“A time is coming when men will go mad, and when they see someone who is not mad, they will attack him, saying, ‘You are mad; you are not like us.'” ― St. Anthony the Great
Stadium food and beerCollege textbooks The penny... It costs more to make the penny than the penny itself is worth.Printer ink.CableBeats by drebottled water and Diamonds.Anything associated with a special occasion like a wedding or holiday.
Cointreau, St. Germain, and Domaine de CantonBut, there's really nothing else like these fine French liqueurs, is there?
Marriage. But divorce is worth every cent.
Ghostbusters and Ben Hur remakes.
Good one, very good, in fact.PS Mama, you are aces, and I think you know why.
Hillary Clinton's wardrobe.
Movie theater popcorn and coke.
Bottled water?! Is that from the same retards who have magical thoughts about tap water?
Premium gas. Who the fuck buys that??
ndspinelli said... Extended warranties. August 25, 2016 at 7:17 PMOn certain makes of cars extended warranties are life savers believe it or not.Blogger ndspinelli said... Premium gas. Who the fuck buys that?? Certain higher end vehicles have a high compression ration which requires a higher octane fuel to prevent knocking.
Things that cost more than they're worth: Everything that is subject to government regulation, or, in short, everything. Houses, food, fuel including premium gas (which I buy for my car), energy, clothing, cars, etc etc etc. Graft costs money, y'all.
"Certain higher end vehicles have a high compression ration which requires a higher octane fuel to prevent knocking."Like this one.
My '63 T-Bird loved premium gas. The motor was designed and tuned for it. It got around 12-15 mpg. As heavy as that car was, it had acceleration like nothing else I've ever driven (390 cu in, 4 bbl carb). It could do 10 mph to 75 mph on a freeway on ramp like nothin'. Of course it couldn't stop worth shit -- "stops on a dollar" I used to quip.
These days I still drive my 2003 dirty diesel. Grandfathered in, it doesn't need smog.
I had 2 friends who owned GTO's. They would use "High test" as it was called back in the 60's. I didn't realize there were autos still like those great GTO's that used high octane. I mean all stations have it, so I figured someone bought the expensive product.
My GTO friends always had girls who wanted rides. Chicks dig the fast cars! One girl would always ask for them to "opeb it up." She loved to hear those carbs sucking air. I teed it up for you wiseguys.
Rabel said... "Certain higher end vehicles have a high compression ration which requires a higher octane fuel to prevent knocking." Like this one.That was unexpected, but i think I understand their logic considering it's a 3 cylinder turbo charge ICE engine, the 91 octane is needed to squeeze out more power, but since it has such a small tank, it won't cost you that much.
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