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by Shaduu  Oct 07, 2014

The only reason Ford is #1 in sales is because they lose money leasing them and do you think anybody would buy 1 after 3 years dream on.. Chevy has been the longest lasting most depenable for years. and the best gas milage V8.

by lgppa  Sep 26, 2014

A BIG CONGRATS on reaching that 2M mark and your nice new ride! Wow! Truly awesome! Keep leading the way for others to follow here in GasBuddyland! More than 90% of all the GBs that signed up over the past 13+ years will never make it to 1M points, most GBs quit before they even get close, and there are only 3,703 GBs out of more than 8 million GBs that have reached 2M points! :( Others ahead of you have retired, so there is lots of room at 3M points with that big red limo, only 1,375 GBs out of more than 8 million GBs that signed up over the past 13+ years have continued onto 3M points ! Keep going, don't stop now! It's nice seeing you come back each day as I track your progress to that 3M milestone! Thank you for your 9+ years of dedication here in GasBuddyLand! Have a nice weekend! Ron

by detfan  Apr 26, 2014

Respectfully, your post to me is not very accurate. I don't know why you would want to lie dramatically to me, but that is your choice. I know too much about GM to be snowed by a poster with a hard on against them. So be it. The financial collapse has made it tough enough for GM, but even so, they are making money hand over foot, and many of their cars and trucks are award winning and best in class, so when someone claims otherwise, it doesn't look good for them. You look for GM to implode. I look for them to continue to prosper. Whenever I am in Flint, it is about 80% GM being driven. Whenever I am in Lansing, it is about 80% GM on the road. Whenever I am at one of their assembly plants, the parking lot is vast majority GM. Let's see who is more accurate in a year, five years, and ten years, shall we?

by detfan  Apr 25, 2014

GM is earning alot!! Don't let the first quaret earnings report fool you. Without the $1.3 billion charge off for the recalls, GM made well over $1B for the quarter. GM has over $27 billion in liquidity, and now with the freshest lineup in the industry, profit per vehicle is up, and GM is closing in on Ford's profit margins.

by DoctorV  Mar 07, 2014

The State of Michigan has no duty or authority to inspect crude oil pipelines.

by Ed999  Oct 18, 2013

Amen on the Toyota post !!

by GasaHawg  Aug 12, 2013

Good comment about walmart and China

by Calinda0530  Jul 11, 2013

Thursday is our mutual buddy Tomeboy's birthday. I am throwing him a whiteboard birthday party. Please stop by his WB and leave him a message. I hope you can participate; if anyone is worthy of kind remarks, he certainly is. Thank you.

by SUVBeamer  Jun 07, 2013

More posters needed. We did make it below 10,000 last night, but would like to pass 50,000 total by the end of June, then hopefully on to 100K for the year.. Here's the link: http://www.fortworthgasprices.com/Forum_MSG.aspx?master=&category=1235&topic=525193&page_no=1&FAV=Y

by Plebe2001  May 29, 2013

Regarding your comment on the Article "June historical trend Shows less volatility..." You stated "Just like in the past, prices are controlled by Wall Street speculators so don't expect any great downward trend!" But past history does show that when the world demand decreases reasonably over time, then prices decrease, and when World Demand increases price increases. Now the market is always trying to project these changes and price out future costs based on those projections. Sometimes they are right and they make money, and sometimes they are wrong and they lose money. But those price projections are based on future demand and supplies.

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