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I would very much enjoy having you post in my new "STATE" ranking topic in the "just for fun" topic section. I hope to attract posters from many states.
You can find your Ohio/Buckeye state ranking (which includes all 6 Ohio metro areas + the rest of Ohio) at the following website.
If this is of any interest to you, would love to see you post there on a daily basis. You can also post the total number of Buckeye State members which is found at the beginning of the listing. You may also post you metro area ranking at the same time if you so desire.
My topic can be found at: http://www.dallasgasprices.com/Forum_MSG.aspx?master=&category=1235&topic=499046&page_no=1&FAV=Y Thanks in advance for your interest. I hope to see you as a frequent poster to this topic.
Great post about the end of ethanol & corn subsidies. No more food or feed for fuel. Want to become buddies???
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Thanks for posting; please take the time to "PumpUp" articles that you feel are worthwhile.
Loved your sensible and so very true comment on the article - "Oil settles modestly! " God Bless!
A BIG CONGRATS on reaching 1M and your first new red car! Awesome, most new GBs will never make it to 1M, but you did! : ) Keep going another million or more! Another 2M and you'll be into that nice big limo! : ) Many of the GBs ahead of you have already retired! Don't give up now like so many of those that retired once they got to 1M! You're doing great, so keep going! Keep going like a PRO Gas Buddy! Have a nice week! Thanks!
Could you please provide proof that fracking has caused the contamination you claimed?
I believe we have a common interest in ham radio. I would be honored if you accepted my buddy invitation.
"Why don’t they test the actual miles per gallon on gasoline only or will that prove that the Volt is not that great of a car?" Per the article: "The 2011 Chevrolet Volt gets an EPA estimated 93 miles per ’gallon-equivalent’ when driving under electric power only, 37 mpg when in gasoline mode and over the long term it is estimated to get 60 miles per gallon in combined gasoline-powered and electric-powered driving."
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