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100 Car Gas Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Car Gas Sayings By Nathan Myhrvold: Politicians don't like to face unpleasant realities. In truth, nobody does, but as individuals, we Politicians don't like to face unpleasant realities. In truth, nobody does, but as individuals, we have no choice; if we neglect to plan ahead, we are held accountable. Fail to meet your responsibilities at work, and you get fired. Ignore your car's gas gauge, and you get stranded. — Nathan Myhrvold
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Car Gas Sayings By Emma Donoghue: Why are places to eat called coffee shops?" I ask him. "Well, coffee's the most Why are places to eat called coffee shops?" I ask him. "Well, coffee's the most important thing they sell because most of us need it to keep us going, like gas in the car." Ma only drinks water and milk and juice like me, I wonder what keeps her going. "What do kids have?" "Ah, kids are just full of beans." Baked beans keep me going all right but green beans are my enemy food. — Emma Donoghue
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Car Gas Sayings By Arnold Schwarzenegger: The message I am trying to get across is exactly this: Protecting the environment does The message I am trying to get across is exactly this: Protecting the environment does not require us to be against large SUVs or trucks. Instead we should develop technology to cut down greenhouse gas emissions because that is where the action is - it's not about what the size of the car is. — Arnold Schwarzenegger
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Car Gas Sayings By Steven Chu: Switching to light-coloured roofs and roadways would have the equivalent effect on greenhouse gas emissions Switching to light-coloured roofs and roadways would have the equivalent effect on greenhouse gas emissions to taking one billion cars off the road for eleven years. — Steven Chu
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Car Gas Sayings By Laura S. Kearney: You can't be tired already," Dalanthas chided. "We have another ten miles left. Don't you You can't be tired already," Dalanthas chided. "We have another ten miles left. Don't you go anywhere in your world?"
"In my world, we don't have to walk. We have cars to ride in."
"You mean like coaches?"
"Kind of. You put gas in, turn the car on, and drive where you want to go."
Dalanthas frowned. "Gas? Is that some kind of animal?"
Kirsta rolled her eyes. "No, it's a liquid."
Aldina joined their conversation. "Is it magic?"
Kirsta felt totally inadequate at explaining something she took for granted. "Well, no. It's a fuel. The engine burns the fuel and makes the car move."
Dalanthas shook his head. "I don't think I'd want to be in a coach that moved by itself. What if it went the wrong way?"
Kirsta giggled. "It won't! The person driving steers the car the way it's supposed to go."
Dalanthas looked at her strangely. "I think I'd rather walk. — Laura S. Kearney
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Car Gas Sayings By Gary Johnson: That's the first sign you know you're a Libertarian. You see the red light. You That's the first sign you know you're a Libertarian. You see the red light. You stop. You realize that there's not a car in sight. And you put your foot on the gas. — Gary Johnson
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Car Gas Sayings By David Thorne: I purchased one of those electronic things that plugs into the wall that is meant I purchased one of those electronic things that plugs into the wall that is meant to scare cockroaches by sending a pulse through the apartment wiring, but while it has reduced the numbers, it seems some have evolved to feed off the electrical signal, increasing their size. I am using one as a coffee table in the lounge and two smaller ones as side tables in the bedroom. They would probably be susceptible to carbon monoxide poisoning, though, so I will try running a hose pipe from my car exhaust to the apartment, closing the windows and leaving the vehicle running overnight. It is apparently an odorless gas so should not prove an issue for my son's Cub group sleepover.
Also, I read somewhere once that cockroaches can survive a nuclear attack, so I have been collecting the dead ones and intend to glue several thousand to the walls thereby ensuring my survival should Cyberdyne Systems become self-aware between now and when the lease runs out. — David Thorne
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Car Gas Sayings By Noam Chomsky: The obvious one, in a market system, in a really functioning one, whoever's making the The obvious one, in a market system, in a really functioning one, whoever's making the decisions doesn't pay attention to what are called externalities, effects on others. I sell you a car, if our eyes are open we'll make a good deal for ourselves but we're not asking how it's going to affect her [over there.] It will, there'll be more congestion, gas prices will go up, there will be environmental effects and that multiplies over the whole population. Well, that's very serious. — Noam Chomsky
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Car Gas Sayings By Tiffany Snow: Here, you drive," Erik said."What? Why?""In case we do have to start shooting; I have Here, you drive," Erik said.
"What? Why?"
"In case we do have to start shooting; I have a badge and you don't," he explained.
"Fine. But for the record, I'm a better shot than you are."
"For your information, I was the youngest kid awarded the rifle shooting merit badge in my troop," Erik said, holding the wheel as she climbed across him.
"Is that supposed to impress me?"
"Just enough to get you back into my bed." She took over the gas pedal and Erik slid out from underneath her.
"It takes more than fancy shooting," she said loftily, making a sharp turn.
Erik was thrown against the door. "Would you warn me before you do that?"
"It's a car chase! — Tiffany Snow
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Car Gas Sayings By Bret Easton Ellis: I come to a red light, tempted to go through it, then stop once I I come to a red light, tempted to go through it, then stop once I see a billboard sign that I don't remember seeing and I look up at it. All it says is 'Disappear Here' and even though it's probably an ad for some resort, it still freaks me out a little and I step on the gas really hard and the car screeches as I leave the light. — Bret Easton Ellis
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Car Gas Sayings By Daniel Kahneman: Adam switches from a gas-guzzler of 12 mpg to a slightly less voracious guzzler that Adam switches from a gas-guzzler of 12 mpg to a slightly less voracious guzzler that runs at 14 mpg. The environmentally virtuous Beth switches from a 30 mpg car to one that runs at 40 mpg. — Daniel Kahneman
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Car Gas Sayings By Noam Chomsky: If you sell me a car, we have perhaps made a good bargain for ourselves. If you sell me a car, we have perhaps made a good bargain for ourselves. But there are effects of this transaction on others, which we do not take into account. There is more pollution, the price of gas goes up, there is more congestion. — Noam Chomsky
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Car Gas Sayings By Chris Paine: What oil companies don't want you to know is that refineries use a huge amount What oil companies don't want you to know is that refineries use a huge amount of electricity in refining gasoline. And that's usually not even figured into reports about gas cars' overall energy use. — Chris Paine
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Car Gas Sayings By Bernie Mac: Okay, first rule of this carpool. No breaking wind in my car. The only gas Okay, first rule of this carpool. No breaking wind in my car. The only gas that Bernie Mac want to be smelling is unleaded. — Bernie Mac
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Car Gas Sayings By Michael Schumacher: An engineer can look at the data, but he needs a translator from the cockpit An engineer can look at the data, but he needs a translator from the cockpit - the driver - to understand it completely. For example, only the driver can tell you why he abruptly takes his foot off the gas pedal at a certain point. The data doesn't necessarily tell the engineer whether the driver made a mistake at that point or the car was acting up. The information the driver provides often helps determine the direction of development. — Michael Schumacher
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Car Gas Sayings By Shayna Varadeaux: Aaron was beside himself grabbing his keys and running out of his office leaving everyone Aaron was beside himself grabbing his keys and running out of his office leaving everyone staring at him. He heard Becca call his name but he didn't have the time, Nia needed him and he had to go now! He felt like he was suffocating as he started the car and pushed the gas down as far as it would go. This guardian bond thing was more intense than he ever thought possible. — Shayna Varadeaux
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Car Gas Sayings By Dylan Callens: Sartre snickered. "Are you trying to make love to that thing, or put gas in Sartre snickered. "Are you trying to make love to that thing, or put gas in it?" He stepped out of the car and flipped the heavy metallic switch, causing the machine to vibrate to life. Odin grunted a thank you as he squeezed the handle, "This liquid stinks. — Dylan Callens
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Car Gas Sayings By Gus Van Sant: If you don't have the story and the unfolding of the trajectory of the saga, If you don't have the story and the unfolding of the trajectory of the saga, it's like getting in a car and not having any gas. — Gus Van Sant
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Car Gas Sayings By Paul Billheimer: Someone has described the modern American as a person who drives a bank financed car Someone has described the modern American as a person who drives a bank financed car over a bond financed highway on credit card gas to open a charge account at a department store so he can fill his savings and loan financed home with installment purchased furniture. may this also be a description of many modern professed Christians? And may this not be one reason why modern Christians have so little time to pray? Importunity combined with perfect faith in unconquerable! — Paul Billheimer
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Car Gas Sayings By Charlie Munger: When you borrow a man's car, always return it with a tank of gas. When you borrow a man's car, always return it with a tank of gas. — Charlie Munger
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Car Gas Sayings By Jessica Scorpio: When people switch to car-sharing from car ownership, they reduce their vehicle miles traveled by When people switch to car-sharing from car ownership, they reduce their vehicle miles traveled by 44 percent, and thus their greenhouse gas emissions go down by, like, 40 percent. — Jessica Scorpio
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Car Gas Sayings By Sean Hampton: A dream without ambition is like a car without gas ... you're not going anywhere. A dream without ambition is like a car without gas ... you're not going anywhere. — Sean Hampton
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Car Gas Sayings By Thomas L. Friedman: Intel engineers did a rough calculation of what would happen had a 1971 Volkswagen Beetle Intel engineers did a rough calculation of what would happen had a 1971 Volkswagen Beetle improved at the same rate as microchips did under Moore's law. These are the numbers: Today, that Beetle would be able to go about three hundred thousand miles per hour. It would get two million miles per gallon of gas, and it would cost four cents! Intel engineers also estimated that if automobile fuel efficiency improved at the same rate as Moore's law, you could, roughly speaking, drive a car your whole life on one tank of gasoline. What — Thomas L. Friedman
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Car Gas Sayings By Todd Stocker: Starting the morning without prayer is like starting a car without gas. Starting the morning without prayer is like starting a car without gas. — Todd Stocker
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Car Gas Sayings By Robert Muchamore: That's the trouble with the world we live in. It's full of people just doing That's the trouble with the world we live in. It's full of people just doing their job and ignoring what's really going on. Care about the rainforest until they get a couple of kids and enough money for a gas guzzling car, or some hardwood dining furniture. Watch all those wildlife programmes and coo over the furry animals, but still eat meat and poultry that was raised in conditions of unbelievable cruelty. — Robert Muchamore
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Car Gas Sayings By Sherry Stringfield: I don't get rattled about the big things. I get rattled when I have to I don't get rattled about the big things. I get rattled when I have to pick up my laundry, get gas in the car, pick up a script. — Sherry Stringfield
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Car Gas Sayings By Mitch Hedberg: I don't know how to fix a car. If the car breaks down, and the I don't know how to fix a car. If the car breaks down, and the gas tank does not say "E", I'm screwed. But if the gas tank says "E", I get all cocky - "I've got this one, don't worry." So I get out the toolbox AKA wallet. — Mitch Hedberg
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Car Gas Sayings By Grace Feldman: If you run out of gas, get a man to pee in your tank. Thanks If you run out of gas, get a man to pee in your tank. Thanks mom, for that timeless piece of wisdom. My car exploded, ok? — Grace Feldman
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Car Gas Sayings By Nina Easton: One of my most vivid memories from 1974 was the gas station at the foot One of my most vivid memories from 1974 was the gas station at the foot of the hill below my Southern California high school - car lines snaking out into the street, heralding the failure of the government's price controls and lame ideas such as odd-even rationing. — Nina Easton
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Car Gas Sayings By Michael J Herbert: A relationship without trust is like a car without gas..you can stay in it all A relationship without trust is like a car without gas..
you can stay in it all you want, but it won't go anywhere ... — Michael J Herbert
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Car Gas Sayings By Richard Hammond: The easiest and simplest thing that any one can do to make their car safer, The easiest and simplest thing that any one can do to make their car safer, more gas efficient, whatever - check the tire pressure. — Richard Hammond
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Car Gas Sayings By Rachel Kushner: There's an innocent displacement, a dreaming, and idols are perfect for a little girl's dreaming. There's an innocent displacement, a dreaming, and idols are perfect for a little girl's dreaming. They aren't real. They aren't the gas station attendant trying to lure you into the back of the service station, a paperboy trying to lure you into a toolshed, a friend's father trying to lure you into his car. They don't lure. They beckon, but like desert mirages. — Rachel Kushner
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Car Gas Sayings By Jay Mohr: Some ladies got the shower massager. Oh, man, you better buy her a diamond 'cause Some ladies got the shower massager. Oh, man, you better buy her a diamond 'cause if she got a shower massager, she don't really need you anymore. That shower massager makes a woman shake like a car on bad gas going up a hill. — Jay Mohr
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Car Gas Sayings By Rebecca McNutt: Try as you might, you'll never be able to please an environmentalist. You can stop Try as you might, you'll never be able to please an environmentalist. You can stop using coal to heat your house, you can stop throwing out bottles and cans, you can have every factory in Canada shut down and you can buy only organic gluten-free non-GMO food, you can give up your favorite station wagon for a weird electric hybrid, you can stop developing film and buy a never-ending cycle of digital cameras, you can give up your job at a refinery or mill, and they'll still get after you for not enjoying yourself while doing so. — Rebecca McNutt
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Car Gas Sayings By J.G. Ballard: The American Dream has run out of gas. The car has stopped. It no longer The American Dream has run out of gas. The car has stopped. It no longer supplies the world with its images, its dreams, its fantasies. No more. It's over. It supplies the world with its nightmares now: the Kennedy assassination, Watergate, Vietnam ... — J.G. Ballard
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Car Gas Sayings By Jarrid Wilson: When it comes to loving people, let's not allow it to be something we do When it comes to loving people, let's not allow it to be something we do on the side. Let's make it a lifestyle. Whether we are at the gas station, picking up groceries, even waiting to get our car repaired, there is always an open opportunity to love someone in need. — Jarrid Wilson
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Car Gas Sayings By Elizabeth Scott: My father looked like he was having a stroke - notthat Mel seemed to notice My father looked like he was having a stroke - not
that Mel seemed to notice because he just kept talking.
"Patrick needs a ride. No car, you know, and so I figured,
hey, I can pick up some gas money." He laughed. No one
else did, and now Patrick looked like he was trying to
push himself inside the door and hide. — Elizabeth Scott
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Car Gas Sayings By Will Rogers: If everybody (traded his car for a horse) they would be out of debt in If everybody (traded his car for a horse) they would be out of debt in a couple of years. Just think, no gas, no tires, no roads to pay for. — Will Rogers
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Car Gas Sayings By William J. Mitchell: Imagine a kind of system where you have lightweight electric vehicles relatively small battery capacity, Imagine a kind of system where you have lightweight electric vehicles relatively small battery capacity, and then picking up charge wherever they park. You never have to worry about filling up your car, never go to the gas station, never plug it in, never do any of these things. — William J. Mitchell
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Car Gas Sayings By Jenny Downham: When I was four I almost fell down the shaft of a tin mine and When I was four I almost fell down the shaft of a tin mine and when I was five the car rolled over on the motorway and when I was seven we went on holiday and the gas ring blew out in the caravan and nobody noticed
I've been dying all my life — Jenny Downham
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Car Gas Sayings By Jarod Kintz: I wired my gas pedal to my stereo, so now when I crank up the I wired my gas pedal to my stereo, so now when I crank up the volume the car accelerates. — Jarod Kintz
Car Gas Sayings By Lynn Jurich: For me, not owning a car means I may spend a little extra time on For me, not owning a car means I may spend a little extra time on public transportation, but I can use that time to read, catch up on work projects, and make the phone calls I couldn't get to earlier. Plus, I never waste time at the mechanics or gas station. — Lynn Jurich
Car Gas Sayings By Nic Sheff: It was like being in a car with the gas pedal slammed down to the It was like being in a car with the gas pedal slammed down to the floor and nothing to do but hold on and pretend to have some semblance of control. But control was something I'd lost a long time ago. — Nic Sheff
Car Gas Sayings By Flannery O'Connor: Usually by the time she had fallen asleep all the classes of people were moiling Usually by the time she had fallen asleep all the classes of people were moiling and roiling around in her head, and she would dream they were all crammed in together in a box car, being ridden off to be put in a gas oven. — Flannery O'Connor
Car Gas Sayings By Lynn Jurich: With Zipcar, consumers avoid the upfront cost of buying a car, not to mention gas, With Zipcar, consumers avoid the upfront cost of buying a car, not to mention gas, insurance, and repairs. Plus, they reduce the number of polluting vehicles on the road. Suddenly the planet-smart carless option is also the convenient money-saving option. — Lynn Jurich
Car Gas Sayings By Arthur C. Clarke: His mind wandered, seeking other examples. People - particularly older ones - still spoke of His mind wandered, seeking other examples. People - particularly older ones - still spoke of putting film into a camera, or gas into a car. Even the phrase "cutting a tape" was still sometimes heard in recording studios - though that embraced two generations of obsolete technologies. — Arthur C. Clarke
Car Gas Sayings By Steven Wright: A cop stopped me for speeding/ He said, 'Why were you going so fast?' I A cop stopped me for speeding/ He said, 'Why were you going so fast?' I said, 'See this thing my foot is on? It's called an accelerator. When you push down on it, it sends more gas to the engine. The whole car just takes right off. And see this thing [mimes steering wheel]? This steers it' — Steven Wright
Car Gas Sayings By Neal Cassady: Billboards, billboards, drink this, eat that, use all manner of things, everyone, the best, the Billboards, billboards, drink this, eat that, use all manner of things, everyone, the best, the cheapest, the purest and most satisfying of all their available counterparts. Red lights flicker on every horizon, airplanes beware; cars flash by, more lights. Workers repair the gas main. Signs, signs, lights, lights, streets, streets. — Neal Cassady
Car Gas Sayings By Donald Jeffries: That tank," Bucktooth pointed at the gas gauge on the dashboard of the decidedly unfredneck-like That tank," Bucktooth pointed at the gas gauge on the dashboard of the decidedly unfredneck-like '65 Dodge Dart, "is almost empty. We ain't going much farther."
"Indeed it is." A solemn Phosphate agreed. "I suggest we stop the car and weigh our options."
"What options?" Professor Buckley asked. "Why do-that is- we've been traveling up and down this path for over an hour without seeing anyone or encountering anything. Even the doughnut shop cannot be relocated. In light of this, what options do we have?"
It was difficult to argue with the ex-history teacher's typically alarmist position. Brisbane's reliable old automobile had indeed been expending its remaining fuel supply in what seemed to be a hopeless effort to exit the unnamed dirt path. After leaving the doughnut shop and the blonde presidential descendant who worked there, they'd been unable to find DeMohrenschildt Lane again, or any other side street. — Donald Jeffries
Car Gas Sayings By Bonnie Jo Campbell: Some people tell me they would be afraid of my characters, but I tell those Some people tell me they would be afraid of my characters, but I tell those people [that] they meet these characters all the time. They just don't care about them when they meet them, at the gas station, the car wash, the post office even. — Bonnie Jo Campbell
Car Gas Sayings By S.E. Hall: Jesus, the list of side effects from suggested medication is longer than the symptoms! I Jesus, the list of side effects from suggested medication is longer than the symptoms! I think I saw everything from blurred vision to run out of gas in your car to give off a scent attractive to werewolves to ingrown nose hairs on there. — S.E. Hall
Car Gas Sayings By Alysha Speer: The paint was glossy, the car was clean, and we had a full tank of The paint was glossy, the car was clean, and we had a full tank of gas to us. The future was up to me, for now. — Alysha Speer
Car Gas Sayings By Maria Bartiromo: If you or me go to the gas station to fill up our car and If you or me go to the gas station to fill up our car and it costs us much more than we expected, it will zap our discretionary income. We won't have the extra money to buy that washing machine or new winter coat-all big ticket items that are important to economic growth. — Maria Bartiromo
Car Gas Sayings By Hunter S. Thompson: Music has always been a matter of Energy to me, a question of Fuel. Sentimental Music has always been a matter of Energy to me, a question of Fuel. Sentimental people call it Inspiration, but what they really mean is Fuel. I have always needed Fuel. I am a serious consumer. On some nights I still believe that a car with the gas needle on empty can run about fifty more miles if you have the right music very loud on the radio. — Hunter S. Thompson
Car Gas Sayings By Michael Bolton: When your car is about to go off a cliff, it's a weird time to When your car is about to go off a cliff, it's a weird time to be thinking about gas mileage and drag coefficients; better to take the right control action - look out the window and steer or use the brake until you're back on course. — Michael Bolton
Car Gas Sayings By Adrienne Wilder: [the car] backfired a lot. Loud enough that when I drove in the wrong part [the car] backfired a lot. Loud enough that when I drove in the wrong part of town and it let loose with a gas fart, people actually ducked for cover. — Adrienne Wilder
Car Gas Sayings By Tim Tharp: it gets a little tiresome when you're so high you go to the movies and it gets a little tiresome when you're so high you go to the movies and look up at the marquee and think the starting times are the ticket prices. I mean, I remember standing there going, 'Ten-fifteen? What kind of price is ten dollars and fifteen cents?' It's a hassle."

"Yeah, one time I was putting gas in my car and thought the number of gallons was the price. I even got into an argument with the cashier. It was hilarious. — Tim Tharp
Car Gas Sayings By Woody Hayes: We do not pull in and fill up. And I'll tell you why we don't. We do not pull in and fill up. And I'll tell you why we don't. It's because I don't buy one goddamn drop of gas in the state of Michigan. We'll coast and push this goddamn car to the Ohio line before I give this state a nickel of my money. — Woody Hayes
Car Gas Sayings By William J. Clinton: Everybody has a gas-guzzling car because people like SUVs. They would like SUVs if they Everybody has a gas-guzzling car because people like SUVs. They would like SUVs if they were hybrid vehicles that had the same horsepower and used less gasoline. Instead, what the auto manufacturers are doing is building SUVs that are hybrid vehicles that use the same amount of gasoline because they up the horsepower. That's a decision that they make to market irresponsible economic behavior. The American people like the SUVs, they have kids, they, they need them, they get around in them, but we have options. — William J. Clinton
Car Gas Sayings By Pittacus Lore: Just hang on, Malcolm, I pray as I press down on the gas and the Just hang on, Malcolm, I pray as I press down on the gas and the car leaps forwards, racing into the night. I'm coming. And I've brought the cavalry with me. — Pittacus Lore
Car Gas Sayings By Michael J. Fox: I owned a Ferrari, a Range Rover, a Mercedes 560SL convertible, a Jeep Cherokee and I owned a Ferrari, a Range Rover, a Mercedes 560SL convertible, a Jeep Cherokee and a Nissan 300ZX. I can't remember the intricate decision tree I had to climb in order to determine which one to drive to work on any given day - it probably had something to do with the weather, or which car had more gas in the tank, or upholstery that best matched whatever shirt I happened to throw on that morning. — Michael J. Fox
Car Gas Sayings By Bruce Feirstein: Real Men no longer drive Corvettes. Despite being able to squander gas with the best Real Men no longer drive Corvettes. Despite being able to squander gas with the best of them, even today's least enlightened Real Man finds the notion of a $17,000 plastic car with no trunk somewhat absurd. — Bruce Feirstein
Car Gas Sayings By Tom Giaquinto: Would you pour sand into the gas tank of your car? Of course not, your Would you pour sand into the gas tank of your car? Of course not, your car was meant to run on good gasoline. Well, your body works the same way. Your body was meant to run on good food: fruits, vegetables, lean protein, and lots of water. Eat good food! — Tom Giaquinto
Car Gas Sayings By Chris Paine: I like to take folks back to the turn of the century when people said I like to take folks back to the turn of the century when people said 'gas cars can never replace horses because you can feed horses at your house, you get along with them, they're nice.' — Chris Paine
Car Gas Sayings By Rob Howze: Think of yourself as being a car and passion is the fuel. The more you Think of yourself as being a car and passion is the fuel. The more you have the further you'll go-and without it you go nowhere! The gas stations are books, workshops, seminars, influential people and anything else that can inspire you to take action. Keep filling yourself up and you will keep moving towards your goal. Now on the other hand the fuel drainers are things like: negative people, bad diets, unfulfilling working conditions, garbage movies/music and basically anything that doesn't produce value for your life. You want to stay far away from these drainers especially if you are PurposeSearching. Chapter — Rob Howze
Car Gas Sayings By Garrison Wynn: Goals are like the gas in your car, you may go in many different directions Goals are like the gas in your car, you may go in many different directions after you fill up, but with out the gas you are not going anywhere — Garrison Wynn
Car Gas Sayings By Kathleen Troia McFarland: Russia does not have a modern economy: it's a petro-power. The only thing it sells Russia does not have a modern economy: it's a petro-power. The only thing it sells that the world wants to buy is oil and natural gas. When was the last time anyone bought a Russian computer? A Russian car? A Russian cell phone? Russia is so dependent on high energy prices that if oil falls below $100 a barrel, the Kremlin can't meet payroll. — Kathleen Troia McFarland
Car Gas Sayings By Keiichi Tsuchiya: You brake and then turn the wheel, step on the clutch, and pull the e-brake. You brake and then turn the wheel, step on the clutch, and pull the e-brake. Release the e-brake, go into countersteer mode, then wait. Wait until you know the car is facing the corner exit direction. then you smile and slam on the gas as you exit the corner. — Keiichi Tsuchiya
Car Gas Sayings By Guo Guangchang: You have to maintain the balance between fast growth and smooth growth. It's like driving You have to maintain the balance between fast growth and smooth growth. It's like driving a car and knowing when to balance the gas pedal and the brake. — Guo Guangchang
Car Gas Sayings By Cory Doctorow: If you've never programmed a computer, you should. There's nothing like it in the whole If you've never programmed a computer, you should. There's nothing like it in the whole world. When you program a computer, it does exactly what you tell it to do. It's like designing a machine - any machine, like a car, like a faucet, like a gas-hinge for a door - using math and instructions. It's awesome in the truest sense: it can fill you with awe. — Cory Doctorow
Car Gas Sayings By Rachel Caine: Faster!" Shane yelled. Eve hit the gas hard, and whipped around a slower-moving van. The Faster!" Shane yelled. Eve hit the gas hard, and whipped around a slower-moving van. The firing ceased, at least for now. "You see why I didn't want you to stop?"
"Okay, your father is officially off my Christmas list!" Eve yelled. "Oh my God, look at my car! — Rachel Caine
Car Gas Sayings By B.J. Ward: Above us all rose my mother's hand, dangling from the column shifterlike some battle-tattered flag Above us all rose my mother's hand, dangling from the column shifter
like some battle-tattered flag for independence, surrounded
by the glass shards and quietude of a parking lot gone empty.
My beautiful mother, safer than ever before,
even in defection. ¼ tank of gas, fully empowered,
her car pointed in every direction. — B.J. Ward
Car Gas Sayings By Anil Ambani: If you look at the top 20 companies of the world, 19 of them are If you look at the top 20 companies of the world, 19 of them are still brick-and-mortar companies. I have nothing against tech companies. What I am saying is that if you have a car manufacturer or an oil and gas manufacturer, you won't get the supply over the Net. — Anil Ambani
Car Gas Sayings By Marc Guggenheim: There's a lot of downtime where you're filling your car up with gas, you're driving There's a lot of downtime where you're filling your car up with gas, you're driving to work, you're stuck in traffic - it's Los Angeles, and so much of it is a car lifestyle. — Marc Guggenheim
Car Gas Sayings By Stephen Colbert: When my car runs out of gas, I buy a new one. I don't want When my car runs out of gas, I buy a new one. I don't want to ride around in a quitter. — Stephen Colbert
Car Gas Sayings By Jack LaLanne: If it tastes good, spit it out. All those cakes and pies and candy and If it tastes good, spit it out. All those cakes and pies and candy and ice cream
all that terrible fast food stuff! I just bought a new corvette sports car ... would I put oil in the gas tank? Would I? — Jack LaLanne
Car Gas Sayings By Steven Wright: I hooked up my accelerator pedal in my car to my brake lights. I hit I hooked up my accelerator pedal in my car to my brake lights. I hit the gas, people behind me stop, and I'm gone. — Steven Wright
Car Gas Sayings By Mary Jane Hathaway: if it meant the difference between getting evicted and living in her gas-less car, or if it meant the difference between getting evicted and living in her gas-less car, or asking a state agency for help, she was glad she'd asked for help. — Mary Jane Hathaway
Car Gas Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: Half a dozen fingers pointed at the amputated wheelhe stared at it for a moment Half a dozen fingers pointed at the amputated wheel
he stared at it for a moment and then looked upward as though he suspected that it had dropped from the sky. "It came off," some one explained. He nodded. "At first I din' notice we'd stopped." A pause. Then, taking a long breath and straightening his shoulders he remarked in a determined voice: "Wonder'ff tell me where there's a gas'line station?" At least a dozen men, some of them little better off than he was, explained to him that wheel and car were no longer joined by any physical bond. "Back out," he suggested after a moment. "Put her in reverse." "But the WHEEL'S off!" He hesitated. "No harm in trying," he said. — F Scott Fitzgerald
Car Gas Sayings By Craig Groeschel: Deciding you should get divorced because you've run out of love is like deciding you Deciding you should get divorced because you've run out of love is like deciding you should sell your car because it has run out of gas. No reasonable person would ever do that. You simply put more gas in your car and go on. If your marriage "love low" light comes on, pull over and start putting love back into your marriage. Once you've filled it back up, then you can go on. SOWING — Craig Groeschel
Car Gas Sayings By Jesse Haubert: When Mr. Caulfield was riding Stayner, his friend and pet horse, to work that morning, When Mr. Caulfield was riding Stayner, his friend and pet horse, to work that morning, he passed the gas station. He was glad that he didn't have to worry about gas prices, like most people, because he didn't have a car. Instead, he just had to worry about getting odd looks from people who weren't used to seeing him ride a horse into town. At least, that was usually all that he had to worry about, but today was different. — Jesse Haubert
Car Gas Sayings By Chris Paine: Obviously the horse can still do things that the gas car can never do, and Obviously the horse can still do things that the gas car can never do, and the gas car will always be able to do things the electric car can't do. But they have really different uses and advantages. — Chris Paine
Car Gas Sayings By Rick Riordan: This is so cool!" Nico said, jumping up and down in the driver's seat. "Is This is so cool!" Nico said, jumping up and down in the driver's seat. "Is this really the sun? I thought Helios and Selene were the sun and moon gods. How come sometimes it's them and sometimes it's you and Artemis?"
"Downsizing," Apollo said. "The Romans started it. They couldn't afford all those temple sacrifices, so they laid off Helios and Selene and folded their duties into our job descriptions. My sis got the moon. I got the sun. It was pretty annoying at first, but at least I got this cool car."
"But how does it work?" Nico asked. "I thought the sun was a big fiery ball of gas!"
Apollo chuckled and ruffled Nico's hair. "That rumor probably got started because Artemis used to call me a big fiery ball of gas. — Rick Riordan
Car Gas Sayings By Pablo: There's a Chinese proverb that says "Wisdom is avoiding all thoughts that weaken you & There's a Chinese proverb that says "Wisdom is avoiding all thoughts that weaken you & embracing those that strengthen you" Your mind is like a Ferrari (Or your favorite car) it is Awesome! ... but if you put sand on the gas tank it won't run. Don't put sand (negativity) on your mind. Think positive, encouraging, uplifting thoughts, & the negative will soon evaporate. — Pablo
Car Gas Sayings By Stanley Greenspan: Imagine driving a car that isn't working well. When you step on the gas the Imagine driving a car that isn't working well. When you step on the gas the car sometimes lurches forward and sometimes doesn't respond. When you blow the horn it sounds blaring. The brakes sometimes slow the car, but not always. The blinkers work occasionally, the steering is erratic, and the speedometer is inaccurate.
You are engaged in a constant struggle to keep the car on the road, and it is difficult to concentrate on anything else. — Stanley Greenspan
Car Gas Sayings By Wayne Coyne: I wish I did believe in God. It would be a great relief to think, I wish I did believe in God. It would be a great relief to think, 'God'll take care of it. God'll put gas in the car tomorrow' — Wayne Coyne
Car Gas Sayings By Kirk Windstein: You can't get away, I can't fill my car up at a gas station without You can't get away, I can't fill my car up at a gas station without Coors Light, Bud Light, Corona, whatever, it's just the way it is. — Kirk Windstein
Car Gas Sayings By Alistair Cooke: Between a quarter and a third of Los Angeless land area is now monopolized by Between a quarter and a third of Los Angeless land area is now monopolized by the automobile and its needs-by freeways, highways, garages, gas stations, car lots, parking lots. And all of it is blanketed with anonymity and foul air. — Alistair Cooke
Car Gas Sayings By Joe Biden: We were never motorheads. We knew fast cars. We knew how to siphon gas - We were never motorheads. We knew fast cars. We knew how to siphon gas - me - charge the battery when it was down. But never hot-wired a car. — Joe Biden
Car Gas Sayings By Mark Noble: None of the proposed inter-city solutions would have offered more frequent or more affordable service None of the proposed inter-city solutions would have offered more frequent or more affordable service than existing options like bussing. Busses can also be easily re-routed around gas leaks, car accidents, or traffic congestion. — Mark Noble
Car Gas Sayings By J.T. Geissinger: It's like a feeling. Like that feeling you get when you've been away from home It's like a feeling. Like that feeling you get when you've been away from home for far too long, and you're tired and hungry, and just fucking spent, and your car is low on gas and it's getting dark, and you're sick of cheap hotels and cheap diners and every song on the radio and every thought in your head, and all you want to do is crawl into your own bed and fall into a dead sleep . . . and then you turn the last corner, and there it is. Home. All your troubles melt away with one big sigh, and you hit the gas hard, because you just can't stay away one second longer. — J.T. Geissinger
Car Gas Sayings By John Kennedy Toole: Psycho? The woman's senile. We had to stop at about thirty gas stations on the Psycho? The woman's senile. We had to stop at about thirty gas stations on the way over here. Finally I got tired of getting out of the car and showing her which was the Men's and which was the Women's, so I let her pick them herself. I worked out a system. The law of averages. I laid money on her and she came out about fifty-fifty. — John Kennedy Toole
Car Gas Sayings By Apryl Baker: ghost. No way am I gonna get bullied by anyone or anything - especially ghosts. ghost. No way am I gonna get bullied by anyone or anything - especially ghosts. "Mattie, you okay?" Mrs. Olson is eyeballing me with concern. I haven't moved to get out of the car. "All good, Mrs. O," I smile weakly at her. "Just tired." Taking a deep breath, I open the door and force myself out. I am not afraid, I chant over and over. The other kids are still at school, so the house is pretty empty. Mrs. O had told me earlier we had a new foster kid in the house, but I'm betting he's at school too. She sends me upstairs with the promise to bring me a sandwich and a glass of milk. The doctors said no caffeine for a while, so my favorite drink in the world, Coke, is off limits. At least until I can escape and get to a gas station. I need it like an addict needs crack. My room is exactly as I left it, the bed turned down and my clothes thrown into a corner. A simple white dresser and mirror, desk, and a twin bed covered in my worn out quilt decorate the room. — Apryl Baker
Car Gas Sayings By George W. Bush: So many people commute in this country by car long enough distances to really cut So many people commute in this country by car long enough distances to really cut into their income, their real income, that they would change their vote based on gas prices. — George W. Bush
Car Gas Sayings By Kaylie Jones: I decided I would not go to court to have my mother declared incompetent, I I decided I would not go to court to have my mother declared incompetent, I would not fight. I put the car in drive and hit the gas. I felt as if I'd jumped off a sinking ship and was in a life raft with my little girl, my face turned away from the horror, rowing, rowing, as fast and as hard as I could in the opposite direction. — Kaylie Jones
Car Gas Sayings By Laurell K. Hamilton: I have to find my happy thoughts, and my pain, and let them do their I have to find my happy thoughts, and my pain, and let them do their alchemic dance to become words, sentences, paragraphs, pages, and eventually a novel. It always seems a little improbable that I can sit at a blank computer screen and just keep typing until I have a whole book. It's like getting into your car with a full tank of gas, but no idea where you're going, or how long the journey will be, but there's an envelope in the glove compartment. It will contain the first clue, and the direction to start driving.

What direction do we start? South - lets burn this mother fucker down! — Laurell K. Hamilton
Car Gas Sayings By Jonathan Carroll: Loving someone is easy. It's your car and all you have to do is start Loving someone is easy. It's your car and all you have to do is start the engine, give her a little gas and point the thing wherever you want to go. But being loved is like being taken for a ride in someone else's car. Even if you think they'll be a good driver, you always have the innate fear they might do something wrong: in an instant you'll both be flying through the windshield toward imminent disaster. Being loved can be the most frightening thing of all. Because love means good-bye to control; and what happens if halfway or three-quarters of the way through the trip you decide you want to go back, or in a different direction, and you're only the codriver? — Jonathan Carroll
Car Gas Sayings By Cindy McCain: As a mother, I - like everyone else - have to fill my gas tank As a mother, I - like everyone else - have to fill my gas tank in my car. I have to feed my family. I have to be able to make sure that I can keep a roof over their heads and, with things escalating the way they are, it's very difficult. People are losing their homes. — Cindy McCain
Car Gas Sayings By Logan Green: We're building the ultimate experience for fun, flexibility, and empowerment where you can rent a We're building the ultimate experience for fun, flexibility, and empowerment where you can rent a car, fill it with discounted gas, meet new people, stop for a Starbucks coffee, and have your earnings deposited into your bank account all in the same day. — Logan Green
Car Gas Sayings By Walt Disney: Main Street, U.S.A. is America at the turn of the centurythe crossroads of an era. Main Street, U.S.A. is America at the turn of the century
the crossroads of an era. The gas lamps and the electric lamp
the horse-drawn car and auto car. Main Street is everyone's hometown- the heart line of America. — Walt Disney