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by ItisAJeepThing  Oct 15, 2013

I was in "crazy" Southern California. I was driving a 1973 Mazda RX3, a hatchback with a Wankel rotary engine. You have to click "accept", I don't show up as a buddy yet.

by julius1st4  Oct 15, 2013

I was working in Timmins in 1973 & I can't recall having any problems getting fuel. I had a brand new 1972 jeep truck [304 V8 & an 8000 lb. winch] [that truck was like a tank] I had to retire it in 1987 [85,000 miles] I bought a Ford F150 4wd [real bad mistake] A total/total LEMON. In 1992 I traded it in on a "Toyota 4 Runner" [real nice machine]

by ItisAJeepThing  Oct 15, 2013

I remember only being able to buy fuel on Odd or Even days based on the last digit of my car's license plate during the oil embargo back in 1973. We need to insure energy independence for all of North America. Care to become buddies?? Warren {:-)

by JimL1  Sep 19, 2013

Sometimes should not mean it never is done. I believe that the Texas interests are the ones pushing the Keystone pipeline to keep the business coming their way and those of us that want any solution, as long as the oil moves, are ignoring the comparative costs.

by JimL1  Sep 17, 2013

Refine oil where it comes out of the ground, eliminating transportation costs and hazards, make the first market close to the refinery, and create lower prices. The same answer applies to the Keystone pipeline.

by Sanpoil  Aug 14, 2013

Nice to meet you from beautiful Eastern Washington.

by Plebe2001  Jul 23, 2013

Regarding your comment about the article 'No Free Sun for you! What Arizona wants to Tax Solar Power!" This is a very poorly written and MISLEADING article. Numerous times it refers to the Arizona state and to 'Tax' solar power. The proposal is NEITHER! Now first I want to say that I am against this proposal. But this has nothing to do with the State of Arizona and has NOTHING TO DO with a state Tax! This is a proposal by a private company, 'Arizona Public Service' Yes they provide a public service, but they are a private company. Now lets wait and see what the Arizona state Utility commission does with this proposal. Read the Article before making comments please!

by SHEP20715  Jun 28, 2013

Welcome aboard buddy, have a nice weekend

by SHEP20715  Jun 28, 2013

Hi did you forget to click on accept. That sounds like a real nice place to live.

by SHEP20715  Jun 26, 2013

Approaching ten years on gas buddy very nice. Your birthday is 16 days after mine (and 5 years) Lets be buddies. Thanks....Shep

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