Thursday, March 17, 2022

Zero to a Hundred in No Time

 


16 comments:

  1. That picture says it all Ed! Wow and the prices go up daily now. But what does Biden or the elitists think, they don't think, and they don't care because they can afford this craziness. God bless and help the rest of us.

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    1. A minor dent in their walking around money.

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    2. He gets driven around by a driver we pay for, in a car with gas we pay for. What, he worry?
      BAYSIDER

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  2. Welcome to The Great Reset, where the elites try and make us all immobile serfs....

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    1. Well, they're working on the "I'll own nothing..." part.

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  3. Ed,

    Don't you know that, when it comes to purportedly ending the pain created by Dementia Joe's $4/gallon gasoline and nearing-10% inflation, we have been instructed by luminaries like both Mayor Pete and Dementia Joe to go spend between $55,000 and $100,000 on an electric car (and, of course, those figures will probably increase)?

    Don't you know that the government's solution to a 10 cent problem is to have us spend $100 or more?

    Where have you been? (Possibly studying something consequential and logical like the Bible?)

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    1. I find it hard to keep up.
      You mean we can't trust the government?

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  4. Ed,

    While your graphic does say a lot, I know a few people who likely would make some tweaks to the graphic.

    One guy that works for my employer (an oil/gas industry company that creates inspection equipment) drives a dually pickup truck that he uses to haul 500 pound magnets and the like to customer sites. From what he was telling me a couple of days ago, you would have to change that "$100" to a "$300."

    On the same line of thinking, we have a number of components shipped to our factory (on the campus where I work). I can't imagine what those guys are paying for a tank of diesel.

    As previously mentioned, I work in the oil/gas industry. Hence, our customers have been seeing the price of oil per barrel bounce from $40/barrel to $135/barrel to $35/barrel (and again to over $110/barrel) all without their being able to participate due to one numb knuck.

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    1. I got called out by Graybeard (on FB) because his fill up is $200+, so I made another for him in comments.

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    2. Ed, I'm thankful I can afford the burden.
      But I wonder how long some of my neighbors can...
      And will it reflect in the elections?

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    3. I pray so.
      But the leftist base in cities like NYC don't drive, and can't judge the effects on their costs.

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