Untitled - by tthunderdan
- by tthunderdan - 5/3/2007 - 5:56:05 pm
v1- by tthunderdan - 5/3/2007 5:56:05 pm
tthunderdan5/3/2007 5:56:19 pm
tthunderdan5/3/2007 6:21:35 pm
...what was yours is mine now, and I will sell yours/mine at ever increasing profits, so go to work, pay your tax, and buy the oil and you gonna' like it...ain't a F%#KING thing you can do about it...and pay your tax...you are either with us or against us...
yanbu5/3/2007 7:04:10 pm
i was rightly pissed off about it today - i didn't buy gas hoping it would drop tomorrow, probably go up instead
Al5/3/2007 8:50:33 pm
We lose.
tthunderdan5/3/2007 9:00:58 pm
...this is not intended to downgrade in any way the good folks who serve, to whom I owe more than I could ever pay, so please do not take it that way...the notion that if you aren't in favor of the war, you are not supportive of the troops is complete BS propaganda and I wish it would not be used anymore, it is tired...
daydreamer5/3/2007 9:38:57 pm
No GAS on May 15, 2007! In April 1997 there was a "gas out" nationwide in protest of gas prices. Gasoline prices droped 30 cents a gallon overnight. NO GAS!!!
espcomix5/3/2007 10:36:51 pm
Come you masters of war
You that build all the guns
You that build the death planes
You that build the big bombs
You that hide behind walls
You that hide behind desks
I just want you to know
I can see through your masks...

fraitbz5/4/2007 3:03:33 pm
tim5/5/2007 1:30:58 pm
i've always understood the gas boycott thing as being a myth. They stations receive gas from the gas trucks, we buy gas a day before the strike, and buy gas the day after the strike (and because of the strike it'll probably be in mass quantities). So... I don't know, ride a bike.
Captain O5/5/2007 4:08:23 pm
snopes.com has an article on the myth of the one day gas boycott (enter "no gas" and the article will come up)