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Patrick Canale
05-31-2001, 07:16 PM
I thought it was great that a Hummer was at national's. After all, i like Hummers

JVN
05-31-2001, 08:18 PM
Jeez Pat, can't you at least drool over a decent car? cmon man...you can do better than a Hummer...;)

~Johnny

Clark Gilbert
05-31-2001, 09:15 PM
Hummers are the AWESOME !!!
They are also cool cuz they are made in Indiana :p


Clark

Bill Whitley
05-31-2001, 10:34 PM
I personally liked the Camaro SS and Corvette better, but I'm a sports car guy... (they are cool cuz they are designed in Michigan)

Bill

Joel J
06-01-2001, 01:04 AM
While on the subject of cars...

Which would you prefer to own: A 2001 Mitsubish Eclipse Spyder or a 2001 Mercury Cougar

----- Spyder

http://www.theautochannel.com/content/vehicles/new/reviews/sneak/images/GT_02.jpg

----- Cougar

http://a332.g.akamai.net/7/332/936/0001/www.edmunds.com/pictures/84330.jpg

Clark Gilbert
06-01-2001, 03:00 PM
:cool: COUGAR :cool:

CLARK

Brandon Martus
06-01-2001, 03:11 PM
*sigh*

Being tall has its drawbacks.

If I could only fit.
Guess I'm stuck with my Dodge Ram :)

http://www.4adodge.com/ram-truck/img/home_main_ram_truck.jpg

Anybody see the new design for 2002?
2002 Dodge Ram stuff (http://www.4adodge.com/autoshow/news/index.html)

Joel J
06-01-2001, 04:26 PM
Originally posted by Brandon Martus
*sigh*

Being tall has its drawbacks.

If I could only fit.
Guess I'm stuck with my Dodge Ram :)

http://www.4adodge.com/ram-truck/img/home_main_ram_truck.jpg

Anybody see the new design for 2002?
2002 Dodge Ram stuff (http://www.4adodge.com/autoshow/news/index.html)
Chose those two cars because my height doesn't really affect the comfort level while in it -- I'm 6'2".... so unless you are 6' 4" or higher, you should fit fine.

Brandon Martus
06-01-2001, 04:28 PM
Originally posted by jOelster

Chose those two cars because my height doesn't really affect the comfort level while in it -- I'm 6'2".... so unless you are 6' 4" or higher, you should fit fine.

6'6" or 6'7"ish.

Joel J
06-01-2001, 04:54 PM
6'6" or 6'7"ish.

...
http://cwm.ragesofsanity.com/cwm/cwm/eek2.gif

Andrew Dahl
06-01-2001, 07:01 PM
I prefer the old school approach-

the redone VW Bus-
its cool comfy and has a kick butt
camping package


dahl

Jessica Boucher
06-01-2001, 09:09 PM
Originally posted by Brandon Martus


6'6" or 6'7"ish.

One of these years, you need to stand next to me & laugh (Im 5' exactly).

Tom Schindler
06-02-2001, 11:45 AM
Ford Escape is the way to go..... i love mine :)

Tom Schindler
Team 177

mike o'leary
06-02-2001, 04:13 PM
you shoulda seen my car (though i do believe its breathed its last...)...i had a 91 mercury station wagon...remember those back in the day when everyone had them. with the wood paneling for the side and stuff? that was my car and i loved it. you think station wagon and you think maybe slightly larger then a sadan, dinky engine...in reality it was wider then my moms suburban, and actually longer too. i never did find a parking spot i fit in lengthwise, and only a few that i fit in width wise
as far as the engine...5L, V8...i suppose it might be considered dinky...

Joel J
06-02-2001, 05:11 PM
The Hoagmaster...

Thats what they should be called. I saw one on the road the other day, and it was at such a negative angle, I thought it was about to split into two buggies...

Its a beast to look at, but if you take a ride in one, you realize why it was so popular in its day...

~Nothing intended...

Anthony S.
06-02-2001, 07:07 PM
Being tall has its drawbacks.

I'm about 6'3 so my selection of cars is limited. I'm still looking for my first car. My mom wants me to have something with leg room, but I don't want a big family car. Whats a good inexpensive car for a person my height thats not to big and family looking?

P.S. Jessica, I've seen a lot shorter people than you so don't feel bad, I'm way taller than my mom, she's about 5'4, my dad is 6'4.

Kyle Gilbert
06-02-2001, 08:02 PM
I think i'm gonna stick with my 1990 Ford Bronco Eddie Baurer Edition...Its got 85,000 miles and still runs like a charm..lol

Hey bill... how about some off roading?...lol


C:\Our Documents\Bronco 2

Kyle Gilbert
06-02-2001, 08:04 PM
Oh bummer.. the link on that pic didnt work...

lets try once again...




C:\Our Documents\Bronco 2\bronco2_front.jpg

Joel J
06-02-2001, 08:35 PM
Originally posted by Kyle Gilbert
Oh bummer.. the link on that pic didnt work...

lets try once again... You are linking to a picture on your computer...

To make the picture viewable to those reading your post, you could upload it to a web-site, and then edit the link in your post.

Bill Whitley
06-03-2001, 12:13 AM
Originally posted by Kyle Gilbert


Hey bill... how about some off roading?...lol


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Bring it on Kyle.... Maybe this time, when you are supposed to be on the road, you will stay there though. :) Trees & cars don't mix very well...

Bill Whitley

Clark Gilbert
06-03-2001, 01:17 PM
I wasnt anywhere near that tree....

Ok.. maybe i was but did i hit it?.. no... i'm still here.. so i scared the crap out of my brother and girlfriend.. give me a break.. it was still fun...


Kyle

Brandon Martus
06-03-2001, 05:40 PM
Originally posted by Kyle Gilbert
Oh bummer.. the link on that pic didnt work...

lets try once again...




C:\Our Documents\Bronco 2\bronco2_front.jpg

You can attach the file to the message, instead of linking it somewhere.

Also, if you find mistakes in your posts, you can hit the 'edit' button in the bottom right corner of the posts, and edit it.

:)

Just lettin ya know,

Joel J
06-03-2001, 05:53 PM
Originally posted by Brandon Martus


You can attach the file to the message, instead of linking it somewhere.

Also, if you find mistakes in your posts, you can hit the 'edit' button in the bottom right corner of the posts, and edit it.

:)

Just lettin ya know,
When editing a message you can't include an attachment, but I see your point, He could post a new one.

Matt Leese
06-04-2001, 08:48 AM
I really have no idea why anyone likes SUVs. No one uses them for their purpose so I don't get it. I'm fairly happy having a Red '99 Dodge Dakota waiting in the parking lot for me although I definately wouldn't have a problem if it turned into a BMW Z-3 Roadster while I was at work. ;)

Matt

Joel J
06-08-2001, 07:10 PM
SUVs...4x4s...I do see a difference...

SUVs are those small "spin-offs" of the real thing (4x4) made to look good at a reasonable price. The main attribute that makes SUVs popular, their "sleek" design, is also a flaw that allows the vehicle to flip upside down in a split second....

4x4s, now those are the "ish". They are rugged, dependable and last a long time. They are also the only things a few of the posters in this thread can comfortably drive in...you know, the height thing...

~Wow, totally went off tangent there....

mike o'leary
06-08-2001, 09:57 PM
the other problem with suv's is that theyre a danger to other drivers, cuz you cant see around them and stuff

plus who wants to own an suv now with gas prices as high as they are?

as far as off roading...i once took my station wagon on a little spin through the woods...it was fun...i was following my friend (who has a tahoe) and he went through the woods and i was too lazy to go around...everyone was shocked when they saw the wagon come out though

and suv's are fine if theyre used to go off roading or cuz you have 5 kids in youre family, or pull heavy loads...but if youre gonna use it for off roading or for heavy loads there are better things out there, pick ups and such

Clark Gilbert
06-09-2001, 01:00 PM
Yeah speaking of high gas prices... my bronco only gets 8 miles per gallon in the city... so at 1.68 a gallon for gas it cost me approx. $40 to go from an empty tank to a full tank.. which only takes a little more than a week...

About the height of SUV's... i like that they are tall cuz it keeps people off your butt when you're driving down the interstate... plus i like sitting up higher.. it gives the feeling of control..lol:D

I think an SUV with 4X4 is perfect for off-roading.. i dont like pickups cuz they can be so light in the back..

mike o'leary
06-09-2001, 02:38 PM
yeah if its tall you feel like youre in control, but how are other cars supposed to see around you? if someones behind you in traffic its impossible to see the car ahead of you's break lights. also when youre at an intersection trying to turn one way and an suv pulls up next to you to turn the other way its impossible to see cars coming from that direction so you cant tell if its safe to turn

also...$1.68/gallon!?

what kind of gas do you get? around here its $1.89 or so at least for the lowest grade of gas...

mike who feels even more ripped off then he did before

Joe Ross
06-09-2001, 02:39 PM
You only pay $1.68 for gas!!!

I'm lucky to find gas for under $2 in LA.

Joe whose old junker gets approx 30mpg

Kyle Gilbert
06-09-2001, 09:35 PM
$2 a gallon?.. holy cow thats a lot...

I just filled up today with regular unleaded and it was only $1.58 a gallon...lol

mike o'leary
06-10-2001, 02:12 PM
$1.58/gallon!???

...thats rediculous...do you have to rub it in?

David Kelly
06-10-2001, 02:24 PM
It got down to $1.54 the other day in Indy. We may have cheap gas, but we have EXPENSIVE groceries. Some survey that they had last month, Indiana is known for haveing the the most expensive groceries in the country. My mom can't go to the store without spending almost $300.

mike o'leary
06-10-2001, 02:25 PM
yeah well, groceries may not be as expensive here as they are over there, but it all evens out if you have 5 kids in youre family...

Bill Gold
06-10-2001, 03:09 PM
The cheap stuff is about $1.90-$2 here... and my '88 blazer gets about 22mpg :(

David Kelly
06-10-2001, 10:54 PM
I remember the week after we got back from our first FIRST Robotics competition in the spring of '99, when the gas got to the price of $.70 per gallon. Man that was nice. I could fill up my car for no more than $7. What a difference 2 years makes.:mad:

mike o'leary
06-10-2001, 10:57 PM
seriously...especially when you consider that the gas companies basically (at some point) take that extra $1.30 times many many lots of gallons and its all profit...
mike who wants his $1.30 per gallon back

A. Leese
06-10-2001, 10:59 PM
ok..can I be your typical girl for a second here? I guess even all of you FIRST guys are typical guys, wanting to talk about their cars. OK. There..I said it.

~Angela who found gas at $1.45 (go Florida!..lol)

Anthony S.
06-10-2001, 11:54 PM
I guess thats one advantage of not having a car:D But a disadvantage is having your parents take you and pick you up from robotics meetings some late nights. Thats why I got a job at McDonalds this summer to try to buy a car. I plan to quit in December for obvious reasons:) Even though I hate my job I still get paid and hope to have enough to buy a car by the time January roles around. What is the best first car for a 6'3 16 year old?:confused:

P.S. hey littlefish180, my nickname at school is slinky. So I like you little picture up there.:)

Matt Leese
06-11-2001, 07:39 AM
In MD gas is about $1.69 a gallon. Well, you can find the watered-down stuff for cheaper but I digress. We also have the second highest income on average for a state (behind Alaska) and are about number 5 in standard of living. So there :-p.

But about the gas companies taking the extra cost in profits: It's not the gasoline companies, it's OPEC. OPEC controls how much crude oil is produced and therefore controls the cost for oil on the open market. They're the ones that get the extra profit by not supplying enough. Just so you know, if OPEC was a group of companies in the United States (as opposed to a group of countries, which it is), OPEC would be causing a little thing known as "restraint in trade...." Todays lesson in monopolistic practices of the world is brought to you by.......no one because the big companies don't want you to know they're monopolies. ;)

Matt who doesn't know where that came from....

Kyle Gilbert
06-11-2001, 07:35 PM
I was so excited today as i drove past the gas station... i looked up at the sign and saw $1.48 a gallon.. i'm so happy cuz i can now fill my tank for less than $40....:)

Molly Menges
06-11-2001, 11:42 PM
i can fill up my tank for less than $15. ok, so i also have to go get gas practically every 3 days. lol...but hey, $15 is a lot compared to the $5 it used to take. :) if it took me almost $40 to fill up my car, my bike would be getting a lot more use. oh well...:p

Kyle Gilbert
06-12-2001, 07:21 PM
It only takes $15 to fill up your car cuz its dinky.. .but i do like the exercise i get from rolling the windows up or down....lol...

Kyle- who loves power windows and locks..:)

David Kelly
06-12-2001, 07:24 PM
Bought gas at BP this morning for $1.44. Later in the afternoon it shot back up to $1.49. Glad I bought it then.

Molly Menges
06-12-2001, 07:57 PM
Originally posted by Kyle Gilbert
It only takes $15 to fill up your car cuz its dinky.. .but i do like the exercise i get from rolling the windows up or down....lol...

Kyle- who loves power windows and locks..:)

ok punk, so i have a dinky car, but i spend less on gas than you do! so ha! and i'm glad you like the exercise you get..lol..cause i like the lack of exercise i get from being in your car. :)

molly-who thinks kyle is the king of all laziness..lol..:p

Kyle Gilbert
06-12-2001, 08:24 PM
Molly....

Hows it feel actually having to pay for gas?...lol :D

and i dont see how you think i'm the king of all laziness...

2X??

Kyle-

:cool:

Molly Menges
06-12-2001, 08:31 PM
kyle-
I wouldn't know what it is liek to have to pay for my own gas, i haven't done it yet. :) ha ha..and you're not the king of laziness...it just sounded like something good to say at the time. oh yea...and yes, 2X..lol..:p
-molly

Kyle Gilbert
06-12-2001, 08:33 PM
oops... well the time will come... just wait.... :)


3X???.......;)

Molly Menges
06-12-2001, 08:38 PM
kyle-
ok..so i can't think of a good come back for that one...so this is all i have to say...

:p :p :p :p :p :p

ok..i'm done..:) 3X?!?!? you're crazy...
-molly

Joel J
06-12-2001, 08:42 PM
If I only knew what this "2x"..."3x" business meant....

Kyle Gilbert
06-12-2001, 08:47 PM
I means nothing... well actually it does...lol.. but dont worry about it.. it is a very very very very long story....

David Kelly
06-12-2001, 08:49 PM
but we do have time. we have no lives outside of robotics. well, at least i don't

Kyle Gilbert
06-12-2001, 08:52 PM
Lets pretend we dont have time...lol...

Kyle- (looks up as the hole he has just dug for himself gets deepr and deeper..)

Molly Menges
06-12-2001, 10:33 PM
darn, i think we have no time for this story. and it would just bore everyone...i know it bores me..:rolleyes: so how is everyone's summer going? lol...

-molly (who now realizes she's stuck in that deep hole w/ kyle)

Jon Abad
06-13-2001, 12:11 PM
I avoided reading this thread for some reason... i don't really know why.. its not like i had anything better to do...

:) have a good summer folks

Andy Baker
06-14-2001, 02:23 AM
Originally posted by Molly Menges

-molly (who now realizes she's stuck in that deep hole w/ kyle)

I would think that you would enjoy being stuck with Kyle, Molly!

Andy B.

ps... to the rest of you... they are dating.

mike o'leary
06-14-2001, 10:37 AM
molly you only pay $15 to fill up youre car cuz the tanks small right? so dont you just have to refill it more? which means you pay the same as the rest of us, just you do it more spread out?

Matt Leese
06-14-2001, 11:43 AM
I don't really know Molly's car so I can't give an exact answer but I can speculate. I'm betting her car gets much better gas mileage than say, an SUV (or insert other large vehicle here). The auto industry tends to put larger gas tanks on vehicles that get poorer miles per gallon because then you don't have to fillup as much. That's why I wish I could stop driving the stupid minivan and drive the Ford Escort. :-D

Matt

mike o'leary
06-14-2001, 12:15 PM
this is true, but did you notice that it was mentioned that she doest have power windows? that leads me to believe that she has an older car, which dont tend to have as good gas milage as a newer car

also she said she has to fill up every 3 days (i think)

Matt Leese
06-14-2001, 01:17 PM
Not having power windows has nothing to do with having an older car. It has to do with not buying the top of the line car. For instance, my family has a '99 Dodge Dakota without power windows. If you tell me that's old, I would just like to point out I've been in FIRST longer than that trucks existed. And they do still make cars without power windows. And as to filling up every three days (I'm not sure if she posted that or not), it depends on how far she travels every day. Don't make a conclusion til you have enough facts. :)

Matt

David Kelly
06-14-2001, 01:18 PM
Correct me if i'm wrong, but don't they still make cars that are stripped down with nothing? No, powerer windows, doors, cheap radio, no cruise, and they still get good milage.

mike o'leary
06-14-2001, 02:15 PM
Originally posted by Matt Leese
Not having power windows has nothing to do with having an older car. It has to do with not buying the top of the line car. For instance, my family has a '99 Dodge Dakota without power windows. If you tell me that's old, I would just like to point out I've been in FIRST longer than that trucks existed. And they do still make cars without power windows. And as to filling up every three days (I'm not sure if she posted that or not), it depends on how far she travels every day. Don't make a conclusion til you have enough facts. :)

Matt

if its a new car without power windows (and i did know that they make those - a friend of mine just got one) then as you said its not a top of the line car...and mostly the cars that get really good gas mileage are more the ones that are top of the line (notice the mostly: some cars like that do get good mileage, but in my experiance most of them dont)

my conclusion was, granted, based on very few facts, but i was using the ones i had...also: she is a high school student: how far
could she possible drive in 3 days to go through a full tank with good gas mileage?

Matt Leese
06-14-2001, 02:50 PM
I'm not sure what kind of cars you buy but cheap ones tend to have smaller engines (less gas consumption) and are smaller overall (again less gas consumption). Basically a bottom line Dodge Neon (which is fairly cheap) will get much better gas mileage than say a Ford Expedition (can someone explain to me exactly why that vehicle exist?!) which costs a whole lot more. And as she said, she has a very small gas tank (10 gallon by my estimate) so needing to fill up every three days is not unheard of.

Matt who wonders why he's arguing about this....

mike o'leary
06-14-2001, 04:37 PM
i didnt mean that they put a monstrous engine in a small cheap car...i meant that they dont put the most efficient engine in it.

and i dont know why im arguing about it either...heres an idea to settle it:
what kind of car do you have molly? and what's its mileage?

Joel J
06-14-2001, 05:10 PM
I have a quite a story for all of you...

Today one of the new radio stations in our area, "hot 93.7", had a promotion at the local Shell gas station, that involved the public getting gas for $0.937 / gal, all day.......

~If only I had a car

mike o'leary
06-14-2001, 05:17 PM
Originally posted by jOelster
I have a quite a story for all of you...

Today one of the new radio stations in our area, "hot 93.7", had a promotion at the local Shell gas station, that involved the public getting gas for $0.937 / gal, all day.......

~If only I had a car

you know, it would almost be worth it to drive down to hartford from boston to fill up at that rate

Andy A.
06-14-2001, 05:48 PM
1969 VW bug.

You could drive one of those things for hundreds of miles before filling up. To bad they had about 10 dollers worth the safety features...
We had a great refurbished one for a while. We had to sell it to save on the insurence, it broke my heart to see it go.

They still rule.

-Andy

Molly Menges
06-14-2001, 06:22 PM
ok..my car isn't that old. it's a 96' neon. (yea, yea...we can stop the laughing..) :p i drive it all the time and all over town, i couldn't tell you how many miles a day or anything, but it gets quite a few. it has really good mileage, and i bet i would get more if i was a better driver. (at least that's what my dad says..lol..) but yea, i have to put more gas in it pretty much every 3 days, but that's not going from a full tank...if the tank is full, then it takes bout a week, but i usually just try to keep it at about 1/2. so there ya go..lol..the info on my wonderful little transporter. :) well, have a good day!!

-molly

oh yea, and baker...being stuck w/ kyle isn't that bad! :D

Jessica Boucher
06-14-2001, 07:05 PM
Originally posted by jOelster
I have a quite a story for all of you...

Today one of the new radio stations in our area, "hot 93.7", had a promotion at the local Shell gas station, that involved the public getting gas for $0.937 / gal, all day.......

~If only I had a car

DUDE! When was that? I dont remember that....

-Jessica B, whose bus driver listens to that station each morning ::cringe:: (no, I dont have a car )

Anthony S.
06-14-2001, 09:36 PM
Don't feel bad Jessica. I'm busting my butt working at McDonalds this summer trying to save money to buy a car. I just don't know what to buy. I'll probably have to get something pretty old. My grandmother has a '98 Dodge Neon that is about to fall apart. It doesn't have power windors nor power locks. The window roller fell off one of the doors. Those are cheap cars, but good on the money.

Matt Leese
06-15-2001, 08:17 AM
I believe my grandmother also has a '98 Dodge Neon (I was mentally trying to figure out the year and I think that's the correct year) but her's is in just fineshape. I think a lot of it has to do with how well you take care of the car. Then again my grandmother's car is seldom driven. I've never owned one but I have driven it and I find it nice. :)

Matt

Joel J
06-15-2001, 12:28 PM
Originally posted by Jessica Boucher


DUDE! When was that? I dont remember that....

-Jessica B, whose bus driver listens to that station each morning ::cringe:: (no, I dont have a car ) I heard it while on my school's "late" bus, which was driving me home....the date was June 14, 2001

Clark Gilbert
06-17-2001, 08:33 PM
Today when i was driving around i noticed a gas price that i havent seen around here for a long time..... At the Speedway near my house gas was $1.38 per gallon!!!


LOL:D

Steve A.
06-17-2001, 09:30 PM
In connecticut, it is like $1.78 for gas....I wish it was that cheap here!! I have to drive all the way up to Mass just to get it for like a $1.50 or $1.60... i dont remember how cheap it was...all I know is that it's way to expensive in CT!!!! :)

mike o'leary
06-17-2001, 09:59 PM
where do you get it in ma for $1.50 or $1.60? i cant find it for cheaper then $1.75 or so

Joel J
06-18-2001, 12:34 PM
Originally posted by mike o'leary
where do you get it in ma for $1.50 or $1.60? i cant find it for cheaper then $1.75 or so When I was traveling with my aunt, she got gas for a very reasonable price in Springfield, MA.

mike o'leary
06-18-2001, 03:12 PM
springfield you say? hmmm...thats sorta a long way from boston

Steve A.
06-18-2001, 05:36 PM
Springfield has cheap gas...I don't know why it would be more expensive in boston. In CT, its about the same all over the state...shouldn't it be the same in MA. Springfield is like a 20min drive for me...so its worth it!! :)

Steve A.
Buzz Webmaster

David Kelly
06-19-2001, 10:52 PM
I saw $1.35 today!!:D WOOOHHOOOO!!!! Keep spittin' out that gas baby:cool:

Dave-O~ who is refering to the gas refineries

mike o'leary
06-19-2001, 11:28 PM
you know what...just...quiet! do you have to rub it in? i mean...$1.35??? thats just obsene...and steve: apparently the boston area is less liked...thats why i ride the t

Clark Gilbert
06-23-2001, 05:43 PM
Gas at Speedway today was $1.29!!!!!! I'm jumping for joy here in Indiana!!!


:D

mike o'leary
06-23-2001, 07:42 PM
quiet you

mike who saw gas for $1.76 today and was practically jumping for joy

A. Leese
06-23-2001, 08:11 PM
Two words for all of you complaining about gas prices: electric cars..They get like 65 miles per gallon b/c they barely use gas at all. A friend of mine has one. Then again, I have yet to see a four-door version of one, many people say they're totally ugly, and they can be costly. OK. Never mind. Another good idea gone wrong..lol

~Angela

David Kelly
06-24-2001, 03:43 PM
Originally posted by Clark Gilbert
Gas at Speedway today was $1.29!!!!!! I'm jumping for joy here in Indiana!!!


:D


Sorry Clark, I gottcha beat. Gas is now $1.23 here on the southside of Indy:p :D :p That's after making a $.10 price dip OVERNIGHT:p :D Haha, we're beating you!! HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAH!!!!!! :p

Tom Schindler
06-24-2001, 06:41 PM
all these gas prices are making me think of the team numbers again!!!

http://www.chiefdelphi.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=166

:)
hehe

Tom

Steve A.
06-24-2001, 08:04 PM
Originally posted by mike o'leary
you know what...just...quiet! do you have to rub it in? i mean...$1.35??? thats just obsene...and steve: apparently the boston area is less liked...thats why i ride the t

Mike's right! Don't rub it in!

By the way what is it that you ride mike?? Don't get me wrong, I like Boston (especially their baseball team :) ) ...is it because cities get higher gas prices???? I dunno!?!?!?! I guess you would have to go to Washington to figure that one out!! :D

Steve
Buzz Webmaster

Joel J
06-25-2001, 10:58 AM
WOW....Gas prices are still being discussed in this thread...

Lets change the subject...

Brandon Martus
06-25-2001, 11:00 AM
haha yea
i should lock this thread, its getting stale :)
people could keep posting their current gas prices forever...
any objections to me locking it? pm me

David Kelly
06-25-2001, 11:13 AM
Nope!! Lock it Brandon