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June 13, 2014, 11:44:48 AM
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Surely that depends on how you drive it?

Surely I drive it as it was intended to be driven, do I not?

Isnt that such an 80s way of driving it then??

I think not as the 80s were times of expensive fuel and the car was built in times of nearly free gas and even a few "no speed limit" highways, was it not?

Lol, expensive fuel do you Americans truly know the meaning of expensive fuel compared to the Europeans?
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June 13, 2014, 11:53:57 AM
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Surely that depends on how you drive it?

Surely I drive it as it was intended to be driven, do I not?

Isnt that such an 80s way of driving it then??

I think not as the 80s were times of expensive fuel and the car was built in times of nearly free gas and even a few "no speed limit" highways, was it not?

Lol, expensive fuel do you Americans truly know the meaning of expensive fuel compared to the Europeans?

Europeans pay the the same price or only a little more for the fuel itself but do pay significantly higher fuel taxes and is that not the cause of the disparity in price?

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June 13, 2014, 11:57:46 AM
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Surely that depends on how you drive it?

Surely I drive it as it was intended to be driven, do I not?

Isnt that such an 80s way of driving it then??

I think not as the 80s were times of expensive fuel and the car was built in times of nearly free gas and even a few "no speed limit" highways, was it not?

Lol, expensive fuel do you Americans truly know the meaning of expensive fuel compared to the Europeans?

Europeans pay the the same price or only a little more for the fuel itself but do pay significantly higher fuel taxes and is that not the cause of the disparity in price?

Yes that is the case in the disparity, but we never see our taxes separate its always included. Do you think its scaring governments the thought of losing tax money to electric cars???
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June 13, 2014, 12:02:20 PM
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Surely that depends on how you drive it?

Surely I drive it as it was intended to be driven, do I not?

Isnt that such an 80s way of driving it then??

I think not as the 80s were times of expensive fuel and the car was built in times of nearly free gas and even a few "no speed limit" highways, was it not?

Lol, expensive fuel do you Americans truly know the meaning of expensive fuel compared to the Europeans?

Europeans pay the the same price or only a little more for the fuel itself but do pay significantly higher fuel taxes and is that not the cause of the disparity in price?

Yes that is the case in the disparity, but we never see our taxes separate its always included. Do you think its scaring governments the thought of losing tax money to electric cars???

No because electric cars cannot replace internal combustion engined cars for most real-life applications, do you not agree?

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June 13, 2014, 12:04:50 PM
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Surely that depends on how you drive it?

Surely I drive it as it was intended to be driven, do I not?

Isnt that such an 80s way of driving it then??

I think not as the 80s were times of expensive fuel and the car was built in times of nearly free gas and even a few "no speed limit" highways, was it not?

Lol, expensive fuel do you Americans truly know the meaning of expensive fuel compared to the Europeans?

Europeans pay the the same price or only a little more for the fuel itself but do pay significantly higher fuel taxes and is that not the cause of the disparity in price?

Yes that is the case in the disparity, but we never see our taxes separate its always included. Do you think its scaring governments the thought of losing tax money to electric cars???

No because electric cars cannot replace internal combustion engined cars for most real-life applications, do you not agree?

I disagree since most journeys completed everyday are well within the range of current electric cars. What would your ideal way of travelling to the shops??
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June 13, 2014, 12:10:41 PM
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Surely that depends on how you drive it?

Surely I drive it as it was intended to be driven, do I not?

Isnt that such an 80s way of driving it then??

I think not as the 80s were times of expensive fuel and the car was built in times of nearly free gas and even a few "no speed limit" highways, was it not?

Lol, expensive fuel do you Americans truly know the meaning of expensive fuel compared to the Europeans?

Europeans pay the the same price or only a little more for the fuel itself but do pay significantly higher fuel taxes and is that not the cause of the disparity in price?

Yes that is the case in the disparity, but we never see our taxes separate its always included. Do you think its scaring governments the thought of losing tax money to electric cars???

No because electric cars cannot replace internal combustion engined cars for most real-life applications, do you not agree?

I disagree since most journeys completed everyday are well within the range of current electric cars. What would your ideal way of travelling to the shops??

In my case the "shops" are 20 miles away (33km) and accessible primarily only by high speed motorway for which most electric cars are not suited, right?

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June 13, 2014, 12:13:15 PM
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Most electric cars in the uk seem to have a range of 150km plus and could easily break the speed limit. Electric cars have really come on a way (Still miles behind) but do you remember those fun electric car styles of the 80s?
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June 13, 2014, 12:16:33 PM
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Most electric cars in the uk seem to have a range of 150km plus and could easily break the speed limit. Electric cars have really come on a way (Still miles behind) but do you remember those fun electric car styles of the 80s?

Ah, the electric Citicar and its ilk, cute but inefficient and oh, so failure, right?

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June 13, 2014, 12:17:39 PM
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Massively failures, unless you count inspiring the next generations to go boldly??

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June 13, 2014, 03:44:10 PM
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Massively failures, unless you count inspiring the next generations to go boldly??



Make it so, #1?
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June 13, 2014, 04:24:05 PM
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Surely that depends on how you drive it?

Surely I drive it as it was intended to be driven, do I not?

Isnt that such an 80s way of driving it then??

I think not as the 80s were times of expensive fuel and the car was built in times of nearly free gas and even a few "no speed limit" highways, was it not?

Lol, expensive fuel do you Americans truly know the meaning of expensive fuel compared to the Europeans?

Europeans pay the the same price or only a little more for the fuel itself but do pay significantly higher fuel taxes and is that not the cause of the disparity in price?

Yes that is the case in the disparity, but we never see our taxes separate its always included. Do you think its scaring governments the thought of losing tax money to electric cars???

No because electric cars cannot replace internal combustion engined cars for most real-life applications, do you not agree?

I disagree since most journeys completed everyday are well within the range of current electric cars. What would your ideal way of travelling to the shops??

In my case the "shops" are 20 miles away (33km) and accessible primarily only by high speed motorway for which most electric cars are not suited, right?

Electric cars can go on motorway as far as I know; we have to be careful about what is supposadly green though, right?

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June 13, 2014, 04:58:34 PM
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Surely that depends on how you drive it?

Surely I drive it as it was intended to be driven, do I not?

Isnt that such an 80s way of driving it then??

I think not as the 80s were times of expensive fuel and the car was built in times of nearly free gas and even a few "no speed limit" highways, was it not?

Lol, expensive fuel do you Americans truly know the meaning of expensive fuel compared to the Europeans?

Europeans pay the the same price or only a little more for the fuel itself but do pay significantly higher fuel taxes and is that not the cause of the disparity in price?

Yes that is the case in the disparity, but we never see our taxes separate its always included. Do you think its scaring governments the thought of losing tax money to electric cars???

No because electric cars cannot replace internal combustion engined cars for most real-life applications, do you not agree?

I disagree since most journeys completed everyday are well within the range of current electric cars. What would your ideal way of travelling to the shops??

In my case the "shops" are 20 miles away (33km) and accessible primarily only by high speed motorway for which most electric cars are not suited, right?

Electric cars can go on motorway as far as I know; we have to be careful about what is supposadly green though, right?

Does not the added expence of an electric vehicle offset any gains?

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June 13, 2014, 05:48:01 PM
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Does not the added expence of an electric vehicle offset any gains?

Perhaps at the moment, but don't you agree that the price of gaz could continue climbing to absurd heights in the next few years, making electric vehicles quite profitable?

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June 13, 2014, 05:55:22 PM
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Perhaps, but do you not think OPEC will notice when demand for petroleum starts falling?
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June 13, 2014, 10:26:31 PM
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Perhaps, but do you not think OPEC will notice when demand for petroleum starts falling?

Who gives the slightest shit what OPEC thinks; do you wish to be a slave to them?

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June 13, 2014, 11:03:46 PM
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Isn't that illegal?
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June 13, 2014, 11:26:00 PM
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Isn't that illegal?


Isn't what illegal and according to whose laws?

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June 14, 2014, 08:30:34 AM
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Isn't that illegal?


Isn't what illegal and according to whose laws?
Isn't the law just a tool to enslave people?

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June 14, 2014, 08:59:41 AM
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Isn't that illegal?


Isn't what illegal and according to whose laws?
Isn't the law just a tool to enslave people?

Laws can be tools of enslavement; The Nuremberg Laws or can be tools of Freedom; The Bill of Rights, can they not?

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What side of that argument do the laws of physics fall on??
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