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written by Magnulus, May 20, 2009
I've said it before, and I'll say it again: I'm very happy I won't need a car for the next two to five years. Considering the buying real levitra without prescription amount that's happened since 2004, I look forward to buy ultram online fedex 2014 and what cars we'll be able to pick and jaygalbraith.com choose from then. A second-or-third-gen electric Mini wouldn't go amiss! (What I'm really looking forward to, though, some time in the future, is an electric or range-extended Morgan. Mmmmm.)

By the way, the videos are looking good so far! Keep it up!
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Ford Fusion?
written by SteveinVancouver, May 20, 2009
The new Ford Fusion/Mercury Milan have hybrid similar to and equally sophisticated as the Prius and are receiving outstanding reviews. It is a larger car so gets slightly less mpg, but if we are encouraging early adopters to dive in, Ford has a credible offering - and might actually do usefull link viagra buying online something to support American workers and their company.
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written by Stephanie PTY, May 20, 2009
Great info! (And very entertaining, as usual! I love these vids!) I also count myself as "glad I won't be buying a new car anytime soon." But it's good to know what the differences are, other than "the Insight looks like a squished Prius." But seriously, what's up with that? Are they trying to establish a "hybrid look?" And why is levitra wholesale los angeles it ugly? (No offense to levitra brand Prius/squished Prius owners, but the Prius has always looked kinda fugly to me.)
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Looks
written by Murphy, May 20, 2009
I think the auto manufactuers are trying to go for a distinctive look for their hybrid vehicles to distinguish them from ordinary vehicles. One of it's great! levitra next day delivery the reasons people believe the Prius sold so well (compared to say the www.adime.es hybrid Honda Civic) was that it was visually recognizable and drivers got that instant "green" credibility driving one.
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"no offense"
written by AndyM, May 20, 2009
My experience has been that people who feel the need to insert "no offense" into their conversation is because they want cover for the offensive thing(s) they want to say.

Well, no offense, Stephanie, but why is it that people who don't care for the looks of the Prius have to spout off about it every chance they get? Here's an idea... you don't like the way the Prius looks? Don't buy one. That way you can save your "no offense"-prefaced insults for your husband's hairline, your kid's acne, your best friend's wrinkles, or anything else that offends your sense of aesthetics.
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Just mpg?
written by David, May 21, 2009
Aren't you forgetting something here? Gas milage isn't the only thing connecting these cars to cheapest online price for generic viagra environmental degradation. They just dont pop up at the car dealer from nowhere for you to go and compare digits and try the seats out. There's a huge amount of energy and panaceahealthsolutions.com materials used and lost on the way there, manifacturing these cars. Though at this level of production effectivity is relatively high because of cheaper production costs; basics, I know. But still you don't take this in to concideration at all.. Is it really worth exchanging your old car for a new one, saving some gas - when the tramadol 50 mg whole process of manufacturing a new car is pretty much more expensive then the savings you'll make?
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Re: Just mpg?
written by AndyM, May 21, 2009
True enough, David, but one's old car doesn't just pop out of buy cheap generic cialis existence, either. It either goes to the used car lot where it is later purchased by someone who otherwise would have gotten a new car or it goes to a junkyard where it is "parted out," thereby making manufacture of those parts unnecessary. And, after all, isn't it even better to reuse than to recycle?
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Another Option
written by ChrisC, May 21, 2009
I agree with this message, but i just recently did a 3 year lease on a new "09" prius. This seemed like a great option for me, as I was able to get rid of a very inefficient old car, and in 3 years when this lease is out I will invest in a much greener car (hopefully out by then). Because of a special I was able to lease the Package 2 prius for under $200 a month. This seemed to me like the best of both worlds, and I am loving my prius.
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Re: Just mpg?
written by David, May 21, 2009
AndyM - you have a point, but it's a weak excuse. Nothing can entitle the kind of personal transportation we in the north are using in the long run. I'm not supporting the old fashioned cars running the roads, and especially not the buy fioricet SUV's and other thirsty ones popular in USA. Much rather EVs or hybrids. But instead of thinking that "someone otherwise would have gotten a new car" or "if i don't do it, someone else will", we must change our way of www.karlbarth.nl transportation. It's not easily done of the infrastructure for collective transportation doesn't exist, but let's face it. A fair share of the personal transportation by car is unnecessary. And truly unsustainable. Lifestyle change is really the key here.

Where I live in Gothenburg, Sweden I don't own a car, never had one and if I stay here I'll probably never have to ether. It's mostly a political question, to invest in the correct infrastructure but we cant continue to www.privateeryachts.com see the car use as a "right". We're doing it on buy tramadol online someone else's charge.

This is www.massing.de like the kyotoproblem: "we won't sign unless China and India's in too". Well China and India are in rapid pace claiming the same lifestyle as the West - another billion or so Nano's, and we can't tell them they can't unless we've done some changes ourselves. There's really no way that's gonna work.

So better reuse then recycle, but the problem is a bit bigger then that. Perhaps your stuck in the system, but as far as possible we have to avoid owning cars.
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a little less Ze Frank?
written by Scott, May 21, 2009
Love the site and info - but the video is very similar to the editing and tempo of Ze Frank. Although it may be unintentional, it comes across like a blatant copy.
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Re: Just mpg?
written by AndyM, May 21, 2009
David,

I understand your point of view, but I live in South Carolina. I would love to ditch the car and rely entirely on public transportation. Reality, however, dictates otherwise, and calling it being “stuck in the system” doesn’t help me. Again, I appreciate your integrity on the issue, but there is something to be said for not allowing the perfect to become the we use it cialis canada enemy of the good. I can devote every breath and www.roli-guggers.de every vote to the cause of public transportation, but what would you have me do until the day comes, if it ever comes, that I have access to what you so easily take for granted?
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Re: Just mpg?
written by David, May 21, 2009
AndyM - I know, I'm a bit of order tramadol online an idealist:) And of course I don't mean to be hard on you personally. But as well as there are a lot of people thinking about making the right choices, doing what they can for the environment, there are still those who are just following the trends and not even considering to question the matter at it's basics. Not doing this at all is setting the standards for places where the problem isn't as grounded as it is for you, leading the cialis doses development in the wrong direction. It can't hurt to cialis india say it again for that sake!
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Re: Just mpg?
written by AndyM, May 21, 2009
No worries, friend. I didn't take it personally. It's not like you called my car ugly or something equally rude. :)

For the record, I also consider myself an idealist. Heck, what is the point of living if one can only fixate on what is and never what if?
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written by Ren, May 28, 2009
Another ignorant little f*. Has he added up the MANUFACTURING cost to the environment of a hybrid ? no. go do your homework. You'll see the outcome is VERY surprising.
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Consumer
written by Julio Martinez, May 29, 2009
Great Clip, any advice on what to do with My Toyota Tundra, or every car left on the planet!!! Maybe kiddie playgrounds of extinct technology!!!
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written by Fred, July 28, 2009
Either or as long as it gets me from point a to b

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