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whereagles wrote:whaddaya think of a hunting shotgun? Recharge time is high but can hit multiple opponents
Jack wrote:The only question is, which to pack? 9mm or .40?
seldom_seen wrote:A locking gas cap may give you a warm fuzzy, but is not much of a deterrent. They will resort to drilling a hole in your fuel tank as well, but sometimes there's a spark...and you may have some BBQ'd gas thieves in your driveway.
gg3 wrote:Next prediction: gas siphoning from parked cars, as per the 1970s. If you don't have a locking gas cap, now's as good a time as any to get one.
Professor Membrane wrote: Not now son, I'm making ... TOAST!
"I'm itching for someone to siphon the diesel out of my car's tank and put it into their Cavalier or Taurus or something."
frankthetank wrote:WI along with one other state do NOT require auto insurance...you can't be ticketed for not having it.
frankthetank wrote:JD- I bet we see more insuranceless drivers in the future. Once gas climbs they'll forgo insurance and use it to fuel up instead. When i was younger, i was spending a lot more on insurance monthly, then i was on gas. I know people with loans on cars that will have insurance to start with, but will stop paying it and wait for the bank to catch on (usually there is a good passage of time).
In MN if you are stopped, you better have proof or else you're getting a fat ticket. I think CO is also very strict.
Jack wrote:And people ask why I'm a doomer...
If oil goes up to, say, $80 per bbl this year...and higher next year...matters should get interesting.
The only question is, which to pack? 9mm or .40?
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