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(The State)   When fleeing cross-country to avoid double murder charges, remember to fill your gas tank regularly   (thestate.com) divider line 3
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2013-12-16 01:28:04 PM
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uncleacid: Looking at the pictures I don't think they knew what E on the gas gauge means


I lent my truck to a girl last Saturday, and she brought it back past the E on the gauge. I had to pour the fuel stored for the lawn gear into it just so I could drive to the station - so at least I got the chore of emptying fuel for winter job done - but normally, I fill up a tank with 17+ gallons... this time? It took 20+ gallons to fill it up. I had NO idea my gas tank capacity was 21 gallons. Anyway... she's cute, so who cares if she's dumb as a rock.

I've learned a little bit from the kind of people who have no clue what E means.
2013-12-16 01:24:31 PM
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When fleeing cross-country to avoid double murder charges, remember to fill your gas tank regularly

It's good advice even if you aren't fleeing cross-country to avoid double murder charges.
2013-12-16 12:59:16 PM
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That is a terrible place to run out of gas on in mid-December. Always keep your gas tank topped off in Wyoming. It's long stretches of nothing out there and the wind just blows forever.
 
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