Looks like i am now a Peson according to POTUS

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Looks like i am now a Peson according to POTUS
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Hey Turk:

I ride my bike (without falling off) don’t drive no car, I don’t go very fast but I go pretty far.
I did fall up the steps once after after helping out with a fifth of four roses. Cool

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Clearly they meant peon.

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The two-car multiplier is also embarrassingly wrong. You can only drive one car at a time. Whether you have one car or 100, you drive the same amount, so your gas bill is the same.

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Peons or Pesons, We’re not as think as they dumb we are.

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until i saw what i was doin',
was drivin' down the road to ruin. --JT

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A “peson”.. par for the course in the present situaion. Sad

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flashflood wrote:
The two-car multiplier is also embarrassingly wrong. You can only drive one car at a time. Whether you have one car or 100, you drive the same amount, so your gas bill is the same.

Hmm. I have 4 drivers in my family (and 4 cars now), and we burn a lot more gas than when my kids were too young to drive. You might be over-simplifying just a little.

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flashflood wrote:
The two-car multiplier is also embarrassingly wrong. You can only drive one car at a time. Whether you have one car or 100, you drive the same amount, so your gas bill is the same.
The more car & driver combos in a family the more the cost. The multiplier seems about right to me.
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More drivers is different than more cars, and even then the net effect can be counterintuitive. For example, dropping my son off to school and picking him up later required two trips. When he learned to drive and got his own car, that became one trip. More cars, more drivers, less gas.

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Doesn't this misinformation belong in the False Sayings thread? Lol!

I find that my fill up is only ~$10 less. The gas price is different depending on city and each driver's daily drive is not identical. 

 

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Hey who really knows what’s a woman’s is anyway. 
I thought I wanted one or two and had heard a good place to pick ‘‘em up was the grocery store . I kept asking people working at the store what aisle they were in and either they didn’t know what a woman was or maybe they were just out.Either way I’m still looking.

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Boaz wrote:
Hey who really knows what’s a woman’s is anyway.

I can only read that in Skwisgaar Skwigelf’s voice

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The level of intelligence at the top has definitely decreased. But at least we see an increase in the level of incompetence.

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Hi everyone, please be very careful to avoid political commentary and subjective opinions about controversial issues here.

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flashflood wrote:
More drivers is different than more cars, and even then the net effect can be counterintuitive. For example, dropping my son off to school and picking him up later required two trips. When he learned to drive and got his own car, that became one trip. More cars, more drivers, less gas.
well yeah, less gas if you only look at that one example.

What about when he is constantly running around all over creation in his car?
That blows a huge hole in your theory.