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6-09-2008 @ 3:01PM
Might have been changed within the last half hour, but where do you see half a tank? I thought he said that his "favored movie theater is a gallon of gas away," bringing the grand total to eighteen buck an hour. What I want to know is where he lives! If Michael is spending two bucks (16 to 18 dollars) for a single gallon of gas, I'm shocked! We just hit four bucks over the past week or so, sadly.
6-09-2008 @ 3:03PM
Damned stupid comment threading messed up nonsense. <grumble mutter> That was supposed to be a reply to Lashay, but it obviously didn't work out that way.Bad enough I can't find the stupid button on the antediluvian IE 6.0 that they use here at work, but the silly thing rarely replies to the person I clicked! Bah!
6-09-2008 @ 3:46PM
Well, I'm pretty sure he said 18 dollars "per hour" so it would be 4 dollars for a gallon of gas, divided by 2, making an increase of 16 to 18
Er, the divided by 2 part was because the movie is most likely 2 hours long. : P
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