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Re: Summer 09: The failure of the international money

 

Making fun of my prediction will not put food on your plate. When martial law is declared and there is no food at your local grocery store, you will remember that I told people back in 2005 to prepare for what was coming.

When martial law is declared just who the heck do you think is going to be the Marshal?

 

Heee-heee

 

It is We, Goo-ooo-ROO the Great and Wonderful, by His Grace, Lord Emperor of Bern, Marshal Militar of Owen County and Adversary of He Who Has a Pact With Satan, Amen

 

We have our eye on four large aluminum tanks at the corner of county roads 200 N and 1400 W.

 

 

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The best way to get HDR.. is make your own predictions..

 

for example--I say GM declares bankrupcy.. within 2 weeks prior to 2 weeks after the quarters ends..

 

a one month window..

 

see I dont have to be right... because I am falible..

 

but what if I am right?

 

did I call it first?

 

hehehehehe

 

more fuel on the fire...

 

hi everyone.

 

 

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To Darby:

 

The only thing you are going to do is to continue ridiculing me. I am sure that you are not stock piling food and fuel since you were making fun of me for doing so.

 

Today, gas was at $2.49/gallon, and yet in Jan it was at $1.49/gallon. Back then I said gas would go up and it will. We hit peak oil in 2005. This is temporary.

 

To ruthless:

 

Being that I have lived in mexico I can tell you that for their gov to close down all the schools, restaurants, bars, sports arenas, it has to be serious. However, our gov has a different idea, pretend that there is no flu. Say that everything is fine.

 

Well, all is not fine a 33 year old school teacher died in Texas of swine flu.

 

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5hNkUqwzLRY-8nSc_6e5AM0Vf2FIgD980F3FO0

 

To My_time

 

In reply to:

 

Back in 2005 the death of GM seem so funny to debunkers. It is now that we see my prediction coming true.

 

Still unable to back up this lie with any proof?"

 

When they officially declare bankruptcy I can send you the link.

 

To Kanigo:

 

I tell you that the stock market is going up now, but this is a false rally. Customers back in 2005 had much lower unemployment rates. As oil goes up it will squeeze more money from US and send it overseas. This will cause the "recovery" to abort before it is even born. Nobody is getting pay raises now so where is all the money to restart the economy coming from? Invest in gold.

 

 

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Today, gas was at $2.49/gallon, and yet in Jan it was at $1.49/gallon. Back then I said gas would go up and it will. We hit peak oil in 2005. This is temporary.

Again with the meaningless statements (actually, platitudes) about gas prices. I have proven you to be clueless about oil and gas prices so many times, I am surprised you still mention this. And for you to "predict" gas prices would go up from January to May only proves that you have actually learned something from me about seasonal commodity prices. I don't teach all my knowledge for free, though Kid...so consider this one a gift!

 

Getting ever closer to my 5K posting level! Who's gonna buy me a beer? :D

 

RMT

 

 

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Well, all is not fine a 33 year old school teacher died in Texas of swine flu.

Tragic...no one should die from the flu. But:

 

Last week 800 people died in the US from seasonal flu. Next week another 800 people will die from seasonal flu. Two weeks ago 800 people died from seasonal flu. This year 500,000 people, worldwide, will die from seasonal flu...just as they did last year, the year before that and as they will next year.

 

So, what's your point? Do you have one other than parroting "the news"? Other than "the sky is falling" kooks like yourself blithering on ad nauseum about Swine Flu, Swine Flu doesn't even make a blip on the Flu Radar as compared to seasonal flu. Why aren't you slobbering on about seasonal flu? Your chance of dying from seasonal flu v. Swine Flu is about 10,000 times the greater.

 

And why didn't you make a prediction about Swine Flu, instead of Bird Flu? You did, afterall, tell us that we'd all be assuming room temperature by now from Bird Flu...our just reward for laughing at you. (Why are you so concerned about people laughing at you?)

 

Yikes <sigh> (not an outgassing, BTW...that's the other blitherer's self definition of the word)

 

Can you say lithium and tricyclic cocktail?

 

 

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To rain:

 

Yesterday, I paid $2.46/gallon for gasoline, but it will soon go over $2.50, in fact, it might even punch past $3. Yet, when I told people that a dollar fifty a gallon was temporary few believed me. We hit peak oil in 2005 and the only thing holding the price down is our severe economic recession. Expect consumption in China and India to increase.

 

To Recall:

 

Thanks for the link. The person who made the discovery of the swine flu escaping a lab is Adrian Gibbs. I wonder if he is related to Steven Gibbs.

 

To Darby:

 

This is what John Titor warns us on.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COy1YyVUPQ8

Sales down in April

 

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/story/2009/05/13/ST2009051301402.html

 

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_xyh9YtNemKY/SeS8PEyzPyI/AAAAAAAAAFU/SpwlOZQqU-0/s320/36NinosPerdidos_NinaSentada.jpg

 

 

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The person who made the discovery of the swine flu escaping a lab is Adrian Gibbs

These virus kills Mitchell Wiener...

 

Quoted:

 

Assistant principal Mitchell Wiener dies

 

Updated Sunday, May 17th 2009, 8:19 PM

 

Assistant principal Mitchell Wiener of Intermediate School 238 in Queens died Sunday night at Flushing Hospital, a spokesman said.

 

end quoted:

 

Read more @:

 

http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2009/05/17/2009-05-17_assisant_principal_dies_from_swine_flu.html

 

 

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Summer 09: Failure of The Kid's Prophecies(again)

 

Kid,

 

As usual, debunking your nonsense is like shooting fish in a barrel. And also, as usual, I need do nothing more than use your own words to debunk you:

 

To rain:

 

Yesterday, I paid $2.46/gallon for gasoline, but it will soon go over $2.50, in fact, it might even punch past $3. Yet, when I told people that a dollar fifty a gallon was temporary few believed me.

Wrong. That is NOT what you said. In fact, here is exactly what you said and where you said it:

 

HDRKID's Reply from 3 AUG-2008

 

[email protected]/03/08 08:05 AM Because we are in an election year, politician put pressure on oil companies to lower gas price. Last month I paid $4.39/gallon, but yesterday the price was $3.75/gallon. Such a dramatic price drop can mean only one thing, it has been artificially manipulated to help McCain.

 

 

 

I still stand by my prediction that come next year 2009 we will see gasoline go over $4/gallon.

 

Unlike you I am a real psychic, yesterday I walked into a casino, the security was oppressive, with $20 and walked out with over $1200. I can see future events before they happen. You cannot.

I left the last part of your quote in not because it is relevant, but because it is entertaining in light of how wrong your prediction was. I have colored your prediction in red above. So here in your latest post you are claiming it "might even punch past $3." MIGHT? That surely does not sound like the great seer of the future, HDRKID. And why are you only claiming $3/gallon now when clearly back there in August last year you said you will "stand by my prediction that come next year 2009 we will see gasoline go over $4/gallon."????

 

Which is it, Kid? $3 or $4? Do I need to quote the AVERAGE US PRICE OF REGULAR GASOLINE chart again? Because I will tell you right now (just like I told you last year when you said it would not exceed $4/gallon) that the average US gas price for regular grade will NOT exceed $3/gallon for this summer driving season.

 

Meanwhile, you got some 'splainin' to do about how you are all over the map with your "predictions" of gas prices....hoping upon hope that you get one right. You obviously have not learned near enough from my lessons on volatile commodity pricing. You need to study more...

 

And if you insist, I will re-quote past statements made by you about gas prices that have not borne-out. Go ahead, give me a reason... I have the dossier all ready for you! :)

 

RMT

 

 

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hdrkid:

 

I can't verify this quote, since it is taken from the writing of Helena Blavatsky by an author named Richard Wingate and The Secret Doctrine runs to hundreds of thousands of words.

 

Now the thoughts of H.P.B. about the future of the human race are at least as worthy of consideration as most of the other prophets.

 

The quotation I have in mind is this: "...the first golden age of Western Civilization will begin immediately after the turn of the Twenty-First Century."

 

Note that the quote says, "The first golden age," which implies there will be more than one. :D

 

What the hell does the price of gasoline have to do with the future of civilization?

 

I saw this sign hanging on the wall of a kitchen out here in the country:

 

STOPYERBELLYACHIN

 

 

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Eh...why should I wait and "go easy" on the Kid now? Might as well show others what he really said last year (and what he is trying to recaste with the following quote):

 

Yesterday, I paid $2.46/gallon for gasoline, but it will soon go over $2.50, in fact, it might even punch past $3. Yet, when I told people that a dollar fifty a gallon was temporary few believed me.

But Back in August of 2008 HDRKID said:

 

[email protected]/05/08 06:27 AM Right now, gasoline is going down in price. Most debunkers are happy. They claim that peak oil is a hoax. What I am predicting is that even though the price is falling now, come next year it will go up a lot.

Now we, of course, notice how he kept his "prediction" nice an vague by invoking the oh-so-specific measure of "a lot". But when gas prices were above $4/gallon, how he can classify price increases from $1.60/gallon up to now around $2.50/gallon as "a lot" escapes me... and I would guess others do not see the price rise as being "a lot" compared to what they paid last summer.

 

But we are not done yet:

 

In September of 2008 HDRKID said this:

 

[email protected]/13/08 07:26 AM Yesterday I paid $4.19/gallon for gasoline, versus last week it was at $3.56 and most debunkers said it would soon be under $3/gal for gas. What a difference a week makes. We are running out of oil and soon we will see shortages and it will be rationed.

 

My prediction is that while prices may drop in the short term, long term we will see 5-7 as cheap. The big problem is not the price, but that I have gone into the future and seen shortages of food & fuel.

And, of course, the Kid never tells us what "long term" specifically means. But given his previous prediction for oil going above $4/gallon in 2009, I think that is an indicator that rationing of fuel is not in our immediate future.

 

And how about this HDRKID hit from back in October of 2008?

 

[email protected]/12/08 07:34 PM My prediction that gasoline would go over $4/gal came true, but now gas is below $3/gal where I live. Back in Jan 2007 it was $1.87/gallon. I expect that soon you will see shortages.

First, as I pointed out in my REPLY, he was now changing his prediction post-facto. He was claiming prices would NOT go above $4/gallon, but now here he was claiming that he predicted they would. But still, he predicted "soon you will see shortages". Here we are in May 2009 and no shortages on the horizon.

 

Plenty more nonsense. I even have one where HDRKID even admits that his gas price predictions were wrong! So if he, himself, is going to admit his predictions about gas prices were wrong, why bother listening to anything else he says on the topic? :D

 

RMT

 

 

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To Packerbacker:

 

I do not see a golden age. What I saw in astral was me waiting hours in a long line for half a loaf of bread. I saw a future where food and fuel are rationed. The ration cards are red and blue.

 

Also, roving gangs, cities on fire, burnt out hulls of cars littering roads, and the end of our way of life.

 

To rain:

 

Today, the dow was down again. Dollar hit a yearly low against the euro, and oil was up. Unemployment is rising. States now are running out of money. Since we talked gas went from 2.45 to 2.65, and $3/gal for gas is not far away. People say this is a sign of economic recovery. If that were true, then last year when I was paying $4.39 per gallon things were great.

 

As we run out of oil, our economy grinds to a halt.

 

Peak oil is real. We cannot expect to pay arabs with worthless green pieces of paper for oil. Back in 2005 I told people to stockpile food and fuel. I told people that cities would not be safe.

 

Now in 2009 people like Peter Schiff tell people to stockpile. I gave that call back in 2005. Good remote viewers saw collapse back in the 1990's.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SG5eS7h6hvY

 

 

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From Bird Brain's Blog Site

 

Monday, September 26, 2005

 

Future Event - Major Pandemic

 

I bought today the magazine National Geographic. It talked about the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1919 and how it stated. A major plague that killed 50 million to 100 million people. The researchers are now worried that a major influenza epidemic could kill 180-360 million people.

 

Well, that is very conservative. Actually what will happen is that the bird flu will kill over 6 billion people. And it will bring down the population on the planet to below 200 million. All large cities will become empty. The few people who do survive will be living in areas that are cold. As cold inactivates the virus

Only The Kid, on a planet this size and a population of only 200 million would end up standing in line for bread. Hey, Bird Brain! Go bake your own damned bread. There isn't another soul for a hundred miles of you.

 

Yikes...

 

Goo-ooo-ROO taught me a new spelling word today. It is M-O-R-O-N.

 

 

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Since we talked gas went from 2.45 to 2.65, and $3/gal for gas is not far away.

The problem is, you "RVed the future" and told us it was going to hit $4/gallon this year (2009). You saw that your original $4/gallon prediction was not going to wash this year, so you attempted to re-caste your prediction as $3/gallon. Why on earth would someone who is "RVing the future" ever need to do that???

 

And it also looks like it is time to resurrect the average US regular grade gas price chart:

 

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Note on this chart that the average price has not even reached $2.45 yet (5/13/2009), although I expect it to with this coming week's update. So when the Kid says about that prices went from "2.45 to 2.65" either he is lying or he is again quoting a spot price that he saw on the street.

 

The Kid is shifty this way... even though I pinned him down last year to admit that he refers to US average price for regular grade, that was when his local spot prices were already over $4/gallon...and he was hoping that by shifting to US average price he could avoid being proven wrong (again). So now, with the above, he is trying to shift back to spot prices in the hope that he can say "see, I told you prices would go over $3/gallon." Completely ignoring the fact that he had previously predicted $4/gallon this year.

 

But I will state my prediction once again: The average US price for regular gas, as shown on this continually-updated chart, will not go above $3/gallon for this summer driving season! You can take that to the bank! And another thing you can take to the bank is that, once the Kid sees a spot price above $3/gallon, he will take a picture of it and post it here saying "the debunkers were laughing when I predicted gas would go over $3/gallon, but here is what I just saw today."

 

And then there is his prediction of $4/gallon this year:

 

HDRKID on 08/03/08 08:05 AM I still stand by my prediction that come next year 2009 we will see gasoline go over $4/gallon

Poor, poor, HDRKID. Maybe he should be standing in line for free bread handouts. It is clear he is not gonna make his daily bread on "RVing the future". :D

 

RMT

 

 

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To Darby:

 

Bird Flu was a problem when it first appeared in 1997 because we did not have a vaccine. Currently, we have a vaccine so itis no longer as much of a threat. We do not have a vaccine for swine flu, but it only kills approx 1% of people who get it so worst case scenario a few million die. Life goes on...

 

Growing food is important because I see massive shortages in the future. When using HDR astral time travel the view is one of complete collapse. I do not predict economic recovery, I predict economic ruin!

 

To rain:

 

Making fun of me and my predictions will not prevent them. The ghawar oil field is a supergiant where Saudi Arabia gets most of its oil. It is past peak production. Although our economic crisis has cause less oil to be consume, this will not keep prices down because every year less oil is available.

 

Today North Korea fired off more missiles. Yesterday it detonated an atom bomb approx in size to the one we drop on Hiroshima.

 

TAKEN FROM http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2009/05/the-18-gigayear.html

 

The US government, for example, spends on 'Defense' (including 'preemptive' warfare) and Homeland Security, 8 times what it spends on educating the next generation. There is enough nuclear weaponry in storage around the world to kill every living creature on the planet several times over. Clearly, we're a species with poor odds of surviving indefinitely.

 

My thoughts exactly.

 

Here are unemployment figures

 

460K (8/7/08)

 

445K

 

435K

 

429K

 

451K (9/4/08)

 

445K

 

461K

 

493K

 

498K (10/2/08)

 

477K

 

463K

 

479K

 

485K

 

484K (11/6/08)

 

515K

 

543K

 

530K

 

515K (12/4/08)

 

575K

 

556K

 

586K

 

491K

 

470K (1/8/09)

 

527K

 

585K

 

591K

 

631K (2/5/09)

 

627K

 

631K

 

670K

 

645K (3/5/09)

 

658K

 

644K

 

675K

 

674K (4/2/09)

 

663K

 

613K

 

645K

 

635K

 

605K (5/7/09)

 

643K

 

631K (5/21/09) - preliminary

 

U.S. home prices fall at record pace

 

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/us-home-prices-fall-at-record-pace-case-shiller

 

The banks are insolvent. The banks are not loaning money.

 

What did I predict in 2005? That real estate would fall like a house of cards. What we see is no evidence of a recovery in home prices. This stock market has been artificially propped up by our gov, but the reality is that sales are going down.

 

we are retracing 1930's

 

http://www.planbeconomics.com/2009/05/15/were-tracking-the-1930s-bear-market/

 

Obama says we have no money

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ4RU9rlnbM

Peter Schiff says

 

TAKEN FROM

 

"Once again, the facts do not support the euphoria. Over the past few months, the government has literally blasted the economy with trillions of new dollars conjured from the ether. The fact that this "stimulus" has blown some air back into our deflating consumer-based bubble economy, and given a boost to an oversold stock market, is hardly evidence that the problems have been solved. It is simply an illusion, and not a very good one at that. By throwing money at the problem, all the government is creating is inflation. Although this can often look like growth, it is no more capable of creating wealth than a hall of mirrors is capable of creating people. "

 

 

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To rain:

 

Making fun of me and my predictions will not prevent them.

Actually, just the opposite is indeed true. Back in the day when you were ready to bet big money on your prediction about Hillary being president, I made fun of you. She did not become president. And every single prediction you have tried to make about gas prices (not oil prices, but those are almost as shakey) have not come true.

 

If I were as weak as you in coming to conclusions, I would say that my making fun of you actually does show to be effective in preventing your predictions! But I am not that weak in logical thinking. ;)

 

RMT

 

 

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Bird Flu was a problem when it first appeared in 1997 because we did not have a vaccine. Currently, we have a vaccine so itis no longer as much of a threat.

Who gives a fracking damn about whether or not we have a vaccine? You said that 6 billion people were going to die from Bird Brain Flu. You've said it all - you're looking at headlines and guessing. That's all there is to your "predictions".

 

You are dismissed - out of hand, in fact.

 

 

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The Bogosity of Peak Oil

 

Peak Oil is real, eh Kid? Well, sorry to have to break it to you, but another of MY predictions is showing evidence that your Peak Oil is just another scare tactic:

 

http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/science/05/28/arctic.oil.gas.reserves/index.html

 

"Continental shelves beneath the retreating polar ice caps of the Arctic may hold almost double the amount of oil previously found in the region, scientists say.

 

 

 

In new findings, the U.S. Geological Survey estimates the Arctic may be home to 30 percent of the planet's undiscovered natural gas reserves and 13 percent of its undiscovered oil."

 

Awwwwww, too bad, Kiddy. Hope you are not too sad that another of your gloom and doom predictions is swirling down the toilet.

 

RMT

 

 

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To recall:

 

Three days ago I paid $2.79/gallon for gasoline. I believe during WWII the ration for gas card was 3 gallons per week. There are more events up ahead in the distance; however, rather than try to render analysis on what I see it is better to state the events and allow you to arrive at your own conclusions. Sadly, many of the events such as food shortages will have an adverse effect on our economy.

 

To rain:

 

I do not expect that all my predictions will come true, but over 90% will. I stated that I saw Hillary win in 27 out of 30 timelines, and Obama win in only one. OK on the basis of that I declare her. However, the long shot dark horse candidate came in. That will happen from time to time. I also said that on 10% of the lines WWIII never happens. That said I stock up my shelter in hope of being able to survive.

 

To Darby:

 

Right now we are seeing collapse of our nation's manufacturing base thru an economic recession. Expect as things get worse all systems start to break down. Already where I live out in the boonies they have told us that the state will no longer repair roads or send the sheriff out - we are on our own.

 

The number of cases of swine flu is over 15,000

 

http://www.voanews.com/english/2009-05-29-voa40.cfm

 

Of course the debunkers who laugh at me and yell HOAX can now claim that I did not predict anything, because it was obvious. Just because you do not see swine flu on TV everyday does not mean it went away.

 

In other news Korea fired off more missiles yesterday. They are willing to sell nuclear technology to the highest bidder, including terrorists. Expect Obama to do very little.

 

North Korea is planning to launch even more missiles

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/8074527.stm

 

TAKEN FROM http://www.usatoday.com/money/autos/2009-05-27-chrysler-hearing_N.htm

 

"The future of Chrysler hangs in the balance as it heads to court Wednesday to ask a bankruptcy judge for permission to sell the bulk of its assets to a group headed by Italy's Fiat in hopes of saving itself from liquidation. Attorneys for Chrysler maintain that the deal with Fiat Group is the company's only hope to avoid being sold off piece by piece"

 

A debunker told me that Chrysler was going to come out stronger after the bankruptcy. If you believe that there is a bridge in Brooklyn you might want to buy in addition to a Chrysler car to drive over it.

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/[email protected]_W0QQitemZ110395035598QQcmdZViewItemQQimsxq20090526?IMSfp=TL090526152004r30632

 

Dollar Tree profit up 39%

 

http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20090527-706778.html

 

There are many ways to look at this, because dime stores did well in the depression and 100 yen stores during Japan's lost decade. That said movies were a nickel in the great depression and now we have $5 cinema. Truth be told you do not save money because the cheap junk they sell breaks super quick.

 

Problem banks at 15 year high

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aKYwjGZlsk9o&refer=home

 

Foreclosures at a record high

 

http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-mortgage-delinquencies29-2009may29,0,260044.story

 

Saudi forecast $75 oil

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aaeNtchbnTcU&refer=home

 

 

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Re: The Bogosity of Peak Oil

 

Just a mute point to play into debate'

 

I keep hearing about "peak" oil prices.

 

Okay, with any non replenishable, is one not going to always see "peak" prices inevitably really?

 

Like sure, sometimes you'll hit a big "find" and there will be a surplus on the market for awhile, but in reality - forget the five year, ten year charts - do the 100, 500 year charts lol.

 

I see it hard to fathom that 2009 will be "peak" oil pricing compared to a hypethetical price say down the road in ... oh 2250 ^^

 

Just as well, is anyone surprised it was so cheap back in 1600?

 

(If anyone raises the cost of production vs. technology; yeah yeah lol).

 

If someone back in 1850 said "one day this'here oil will be worth alot more cause it don't grow like plants" - would anyone coin him Nostradamus?

 

Hey HDR, betcha oil is more "peak" in 2011.

 

 

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To Angleochoas:

 

Chevy Volt is supposed to come out November 2010. You do not need a time machine to see that the appeal of a $40,000 electric car with limited range - is very limited indeed. I applaud the visionaries who built it, but my dad who can afford one will not buy one for the simple reason that the range is limited.

 

To rain:

 

OK imagine you time travel back to 1969 after the Apollo moon landing and explain to people what 2009 looks like. They imagine a glorious 21st century with men on mars and flying cars.

 

It is your thankless task to explain that there are no more trips to the moon, the Concorde supersonic jet no longer flies. Both GM & Chrysler went bankrupt our industry was shutdown and sent to Red China which has missiles pointed at us.

 

They will can you a liar and say things like "In the future GM does not go bankrupt, they make flying cars, and I don't have to be stuck in traffic for hours. Also, they build robots. Robots do all the work and people stay home and watch TV. You tell your robot, "mow the lawn and he does it!"

 

 

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To rain:

 

OK imagine you time travel back to 1969 after the Apollo moon landing and explain to people what 2009 looks like. They imagine a glorious 21st century with men on mars and flying cars.

 

It is your thankless task to explain that there are no more trips to the moon, the Concorde supersonic jet no longer flies. Both GM & Chrysler went bankrupt our industry was shutdown and sent to Red China which has missiles pointed at us.

 

They will can you a liar and say things like "In the future GM does not go bankrupt, they make flying cars, and I don't have to be stuck in traffic for hours. Also, they build robots. Robots do all the work and people stay home and watch TV. You tell your robot, "mow the lawn and he does it!"

And what the frack does this have to do with your being consistently wrong when it comes to anything having to do with gas prices at the pump?

 

The summer pump price increases are almost at their peak. Using the US average price chart that I have posted above many times, I predict the peak will occur no later than my birthday (June 23rd). And it will be under $3/gallon.

 

RMT

 

 

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