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If gas costs too much, then why are people
still burning it in their assault trucks?

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Posted By: Big Bopper, 5/29/2022 9:23:10 AM

As I pumped about $70 worth of liquid gold into my tank in preparation for the three-day weekend established to memorialize three-day weekends, I noticed that the guy next to me put quadruple that into his. His was attached to one of those ginormous RV things that always seem to be in front of me on the mountain passes of Colorado. A friend has one of these. He says they get about six miles to the gallon. I think he’s got that reversed. Those monstrosities are a pet peeve of mine,


Geez, does Beaton drive a Prius with a COEXIST bumper sticker?

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Reply 1 - Posted by: franq 5/29/2022 9:27:13 AM (No. 1169293)
Deal with it, Mr. Beaton.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Californian 5/29/2022 9:29:29 AM (No. 1169297)
If that's how they want to spend their own money it is none of his business.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: qr4j 5/29/2022 9:29:30 AM (No. 1169298)
Smug. That’s a kind way to describe the attitude of the author of this piece. Smug.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: PChristopher 5/29/2022 9:34:31 AM (No. 1169302)
I'm reminded of the South Park episode where Randy Marsh bought a Prius and moved to San Francisco to be with all the other pretentious and sanctimonious people.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Billw 5/29/2022 9:38:48 AM (No. 1169305)
Think it through a bit. Once these rigs reach their destination they're probably going to stay there for some months. Motor homes are not driven back and forth to work. Get it? So those nights by the mountain lake aren't free but they're a lot cheaper than the ski lodges around the corner. Try adding up 30 night's lodging in one of those places and compare. There's more to this on their side.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Quigley 5/29/2022 9:42:44 AM (No. 1169311)
I used to think this guy had some self control and self awareness. That he thinks an article about his constipation would be interesting is tone deaf. Putin’s an “a” because Ukraine is in the news and the chinese get a pass on tibet because, well I’m angry at RVs today. Why does he need to travel at all? He has a bed internet and telephone at home. Stay there. So traveling the way he travels is good; traveling by RV is bad.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: pensom2 5/29/2022 10:21:22 AM (No. 1169344)
Swing and a miss, Glenn.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: red1066 5/29/2022 10:24:40 AM (No. 1169348)
Yes, gas is abnormally high in price. However, if one has one of those huge campers or trucks, they're probably doing fairly well financially and can afford to put fuel into the vehicle. The amount that it's going to cost to fuel those vehicles probably isn't going to be a surprise to them. They've already budgeted for the cost.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: upnorthlurkin 5/29/2022 10:34:37 AM (No. 1169361)
I thought this was satire at first....not well written but satire nonetheless. Being one of those mammoth RVs on the road, I can respond this way. We LIVE in our RV in the winter in Arizona. We travel with three pets which we made a commitment to when we got them. We are retired, no children, and saved our whole working lives to be able to travel and see the USA when we retired. If that offends him, well tough $h!t. ;o)
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Reply 10 - Posted by: farmwife 5/29/2022 10:34:46 AM (No. 1169362)
I'm thinking this guy know very little about manhood.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: vhs68 5/29/2022 10:37:03 AM (No. 1169364)
I think Glenn left off this tag at the end of his article: /s
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Sully 5/29/2022 10:37:41 AM (No. 1169367)
Sorry Lpeeps. Agree w/the author. Ever try to park next to these freaken behemoths?? Why does anyone need to drive around w/that much iron?? If you're in the trades and load em up w/ladders or bags of quickcrete or illegals or whatever, well ok fine. But at the supermarket? Giant vehicles are absurd and a PITA. Whish they'd go away.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: snakeoil 5/29/2022 10:41:52 AM (No. 1169371)
Folks, he's trying to be funny. He made it to amusing. Personally, I hate being behind over sized vehicles because I can't see what's in front of them. My one and only vehicle is a Subaru. These are not cars for snooty libs. They are cars for old people who can't drive worth a flip. Only problem it gives me is when I back out of my steep driveway into the street the backup camera thinks the street is a obstacle and starts beeping like the old pin ball machines and sometimes slams on the brakes. Never been into auto racing--500 miles of left hand turns. Enjoy Memorial Day, drive carefully because the life you save might be mine.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: bad-hair 5/29/2022 10:44:15 AM (No. 1169374)
Entertaining little piece. Um, Glenn, it's my wife who owns the Toyota Tundra. She has no testosterone issues and when we have to pack a load it's packed. My car is quite small. Fun read though.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Knotwyrkin 5/29/2022 10:49:25 AM (No. 1169386)
Usually I agree with Beaton's musing, but I do not in this case. What's it to you? Who made you the arbiter as to what I need? It seems that every liberal gets to make judgements for everyone. Everyone has an opinion, just like everyone has a rectum (except those that don't and have a colostomy, but they wish they did.)
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Reply 16 - Posted by: chance_232 5/29/2022 10:53:32 AM (No. 1169396)
Its been my observation that most of these monsters are bought with the intention of traveling the USA. After one, maybe two trips, they never leave the driveway again. My gripe with the RVs is their seemining inability to travel the speed limit. If you can't afford the gas to drive the speed limit, get off the road. As for ginormous trucks...some of them seem to be owned to compensate for a lack of "manhood". Most are a huge waste of money.....but hey, building them employs thousands. People are free to spend or waste their money on anything they want. This includes jewel encrusted phone cases, 6 figure wedding dresses, 5 figure suits 9r lavish homes. I can't afford them, but I'm glad they exist.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: BarryNo 5/29/2022 11:06:18 AM (No. 1169424)
Most of us dont havev$50,000 to throw away on a new vehicle. If an "assault truck" was what it took to take tools and supplies to someplace, and you do that a lot, you buy "an assault truck". You mealy mouthed mf'r, without thise trucks you probaby wouldn't have a house! They certainly didn't drive prius' and teslas to work! Dumb a*s brain dead liberal!
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Vaquero45 5/29/2022 11:08:24 AM (No. 1169428)
Jeezis, Glenn - lighten up.....
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Reply 19 - Posted by: marbles 5/29/2022 11:51:11 AM (No. 1169460)
Condescending and downright nasty.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: JrSample 5/29/2022 12:14:58 PM (No. 1169489)
As a pickup truck owner for over 30 years, it is not uncommon for non-pickup owners to ask to use it when they need something moved that won't fit in a trunk. By the way, my current F-150 gets 26mpg on the highway. Besides, the high cost of diesel fuel is driving the high inflation rate along with the high cost of fertilizer. Crops are not produced and brought to market by magic elves or unicorns. High grocery, utility, and transportation costs most adversely impact the low-income Americans that liberals pretend to care so much about.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: MDConservative 5/29/2022 12:44:53 PM (No. 1169536)
Good advice to many, #18, not just Beaton.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Zeek Wolfe 5/29/2022 2:29:49 PM (No. 1169616)
I've notice a sharp decrease in the number of small planes flying near my house. Saturday and Sunday...days usually filled with planes are now empty and I live near an airport filled with Cessnas and Piperss etc. Aviation gasoline is very expensive even for plane owners.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: formerNYer 5/29/2022 2:50:16 PM (No. 1169622)
I wonder if he had to change his pink panties after writing this tripe?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 5/29/2022 2:53:19 PM (No. 1169623)
Dude! Merica…butt out of others affairs you prissy little know-it-all!
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Reply 25 - Posted by: paral04 5/29/2022 3:10:32 PM (No. 1169638)
Who is this idiot? Most people don't drive assault trucks. They are struggling to pay to go to work i their high priced gasoline conditions that trickle down to every overhead on purchases we make. Farmers are spending double or more on their fuel to farm for the food this moron consumes. Nurses have to pay more for gas to get to work to help save peoples lives.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: cedar 5/29/2022 3:21:12 PM (No. 1169650)
Some of us need those monster truck for ranching and farming; in other words, to make a living!
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Reply 27 - Posted by: cedar 5/29/2022 3:34:53 PM (No. 1169663)
Oh, and the grills on the front of the monster trucks are for our safety. They are not decorations. Have you ever hit an elk going 60 or 70 miles an hour on a country road? You don't have time to stop when they jump out in front of you, so the monster truck with grills helps save lives. So, Glenn, if you had hit an elk in your prissy Pruis, you wouldn't be alive to write this article. I agree with #23 that Glenn probably wears pink panties.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: deerejon 5/29/2022 4:56:39 PM (No. 1169719)
Hey Glenn MIND YOUR OWN FRICKEN BUSINESS.And don't worry about it.Your cancelled.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Howard Adams 5/30/2022 1:28:47 AM (No. 1170007)
Come to parts of Texas outside the metro areas of Dallas Ft Worth, Houston & Austin... men and women ... white, black, Hispanic... young and old... drive big trucks!
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