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Since: Mar 30, 2011
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(Msg. 1) Posted: Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:42 pm
Post subject: save 15% on fuel costs--tell petrol potentates to go to ****
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click on


and read about the dpollution device

and click it into your truck

and save 15% on fuel costs

improve horsepower

reduce smog

and tell the petrol potentates

to go shove it

and spend the money you save on gasoline or diesel in your

truck, boat, train, heavy machinery, suv, closed-combustion engine

on something nice and fun this spring and summer.

should pay for itself by the end of the summer if not sooner depending
on how

greedy the oil companies and the oil speculators become.

take back your power!

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