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- 66 Mustang GT Cpe: 94 Lincoln Town Car Signature: '11 Lincoln MKS
How inconsiderate to signal a right turn, but continue to go straight. The other driver sees the right turn signal, expects the car to make a right turn so proceeds ahead only to be T boned. I never trust a turn signal.
The insurance business is too competitive to enable it to be controlled by a few people i.e. "cabal". The inference reveals the lack of empowerment on the part of the uninformed. Comply with speed limits.No doubt many incidents blamed on "speed" are really due to impairment or distraction. But,we have to keep the story going, so the fun relationship between speed enforcement and the insurance cabal can remain alive and well.
As a fellow conservative who made a living on the commission basis, I agree. Capitl GAins tax is a fine for doing well.9.5% I think. No income tax anyway. And some of the most expensive real estate in the west.
I bet she didn't pay that tax
This "no income tax" in Washington is a sacred cow and we still get taxed to death on everything else.
When we sold a condo last month we were charged a 2% Excise Tax so we had to pay over 4500.00 just for that. Then we will have to pay something like 25,000 in Capital Gains next year.
Property taxes are through the roof too!
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Hearing the truckers on the CB reveals they take pleasure in suddenly pulling in front of your faster car, especially going up hill. All you can do is know what's ahead and making sure you overtake the truck long before it hits the hill.
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