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August 03, 2007

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David = we are having another travel mind meld being in the same town at the same time. Last time: florida. This weekend, i read you're in Chicago? I"m in Chicago at Lollapalooza with the "BAND": Lady Gaga, who's predicted to be the next Madonna.

Check her out....let's compare notes back in new York. Crazy.

David = we are having another travel mind meld being in the same town at the same time. Last time: florida. This weekend, i read you're in Chicago? I"m in Chicago at Lollapalooza with the "BAND": Lady Gaga, who's predicted to be the next Madonna.

Check her out....let's compare notes back in new York. Crazy.

David, once again you saved my life with this marvelous tidbid of info. Actually, I am so grateful to you for this. I hate the embarrassment and hassle of not knowing where the gas tank is in cars I rent.

Oh wow. That is so smart. I can't believe I've never noticed that (well, actually I can believe that because I'm a total airhead)


Actually its even easier than a little arrow;

You see the pump icon? well the if the tube/pump handle comes out on the right (as it does on your picture) then the filler is on the right, if its reversed and the tube/pump handle comes out of the left, the filler cap is on the left.

All major car manufacturers follow this undocumented policy; check it out.


i love that arrow. you are awesome for making sure the world knows about it!

gas tanks in united states should all be on the drivers side untill we start driving on the left side of the road .i wonder who the imbecile was who thought it would be a good idea to put tanks on wrong (passengers)side

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