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    Quote Originally Posted by mailman View Post
    Sounds like good news! Way to go, Gary....
    Aside from dropping weight and not forgetting to take my meds, I really have no control over this.

    But thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulelerob View Post
    I was running about with my BIL this morning. We went into a gas station and I asked, do you ever go into a gas station and pull up to the pump to find the filler is on the other side? He said, you know I found out that on our gas gauge there is a arrow that points to the side that the filler is on. I looked at mine and there is a symbol of a gas pump and a arrow. How bout that, fifty plus years in the driver's seat and just found this out.
    That's fairly new. Well at least since they stopped putting the fill pipe behind the rear license plate.
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    Happy anniversary Tanya & Damon!
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    I'm doing the LOTF (Lord of the Flies) survival activity today. I basically toss out a few papers with vague instructions and goals and let them go at it. Every class organizes a little differently and it's always interesting to observe. Natural leaders emerge and kids that so desperately want to be leaders kind of fade into the background when no one will listen to them. It happens every year. Usually they will organize a group of the disenfranchised who aren't really into it and they will spend a lot of time making fun of the other kids who are totally into it.

    It's scary how closely this little activity follows the novel in such a short amount of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    That's fairly new. Well at least since they stopped putting the fill pipe behind the rear license plate.
    Really helps with a rental car.

    Costco tells you to go to any open pump. They have long hoses to reach the far side if necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    That's fairly new. Well at least since they stopped putting the fill pipe behind the rear license plate.
    We were in a 2007 Dodge Caravan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PereBourik View Post
    Really helps with a rental car.

    Costco tells you to go to any open pump. They have long hoses to reach the far side if necessary.

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    Just a quick question: Why shouldn't it always be on the driver's side?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulelerob View Post
    Just a quick question: Why shouldn't it always be on the driver's side?
    Probably determined where there is room for the tank. Mine looks like a fishtanks on the left side of the car. No longer that big thing underneath in the rear. In my Pinto the gas gauge was broken and I would have to tap the tank to see how much explosive I had in my tank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PereBourik View Post
    Really helps with a rental car.

    Costco tells you to go to any open pump. They have long hoses to reach the far side if necessary.

    (Sitting back now to await immature comments.)

    If the hose is too short couldn't they just enter a different direction?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulelerob View Post
    Just a quick question: Why shouldn't it always be on the driver's side?
    My guess: 1) Because sometimes engineers find the other side more convenient. 2) To provide somewhat random use at the pump.
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