Garden humor thread..

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@Carol Dee , that car must be younger than 9 years old. Sensitive young thing!

Average nationally and even California's average are the same now as in 2012.

Both of my vehicles are older. They were around in 2007 when gas prices were 10% higher than now! Had the pickup out for a drive to the dump, today. Both car and truck keep chugging along.

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@Carol Dee , that car must be younger than 9 years old. Sensitive young thing!

Average nationally and even California's average are the same now as in 2012.

Both of my vehicles are older. They were around in 2007 when gas prices were 10% higher than now! Had the pickup out for a drive to the dump, today. Both car and truck keep chugging along.

Steve
I went looking for a replacement for my 09 truck. I have paid less for houses than what they are asking right now.
 

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@Dirtmechanic I am doing the same. What kills me is a newer used truck, a new 2020, a new 2021 and projected 2022 are essentially the same price..... Where are my rebates on older “new” trucks?
 

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Its funny because its true.

they don't want the chips to get smashed and i think they also use nitrogen gas instead of normal air to help keep them fresher longer. at least that is all in theory. i'm sure they also pull plenty of other marketing gimicks along the way.
 

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