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Well, 101 is rolling I see. We have  and old player coming back and we are in 102. Rumania checking in :cheers:

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In game 102, I being driving a tank, no boat, no tank. Wait I can drive both.

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Nearly 70% filled! 👍👍

Are Algeria’s diplomatic channels open?

The Tunisian State dept wishes to know 😁

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And then there were 4 :ph34r:

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well at this rate we should be able to start by the time spring arrives. :D

Did you know that you know that your home state and mine are the ONLY 2 in the Union that dont allow self service gasoline stations?

what do the other 48 states know about pumping gas that these two states dont?

 

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Wrong Nym.  The reason is that in the People’s Socialist Republic of New Jersey the state government doesn’t trust its citizens to not blow themselves up when fueling. There is a law on the books from 1947 that says that only trained professionals will dispense fuel. Crazy

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There are still to many stupid laws on the books ever were look at Virginia it against the law to move your semi forwards after fueling it

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8 hours ago, The Fremen said:

well at this rate we should be able to start by the time spring arrives. :D

Did you know that you know that your home state and mine are the ONLY 2 in the Union that dont allow self service gasoline stations?

what do the other 48 states know about pumping gas that these two states dont?

 

Oregon, does it for the purpose keeping job,   by not allowing you to pump your own gas,  you make and keep more jobs available.  Everyone drives

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Job's is the reason and I do not drive a Diesel. I drive a 1999 Ford F150. It does rain in Oregon alittle. If you do not like working in the rain, you should not live here but it is nice to sit in the old girl and have the gas pumped.

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35 minutes ago, Saint Michael said:

Job's is the reason and I do not drive a Diesel. I drive a 1999 Ford F150. It does rain in Oregon alittle. If you do not like working in the rain, you should not live here but it is nice to sit in the old girl and have the gas pumped.

I'm formally of Milwaukie Oregon  (go RPHS),  reason I know the back ground and yeah,  it was a great summer job during high school for some extra cash

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