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  • Tanner
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    Happy 4th, and here's to many more on these message boards.

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  • fun4now
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    HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY FORTH

    JUST WANTED TO GIVE MY HAPPY TOO THE BUNCH !!!!!!!!!

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  • Blown S-10
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    Originally posted by dcsound
    God Bless America and all who have served our country and all those currently serving overseas protecting freedom worldwide.

    HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!!!!
    HAPPY 4th everyone.

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  • dcsound
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    God Bless America and all who have served our country and all those currently serving overseas protecting freedom worldwide.

    HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!!!!

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  • klsm54
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    One of the great things about living in this country IS the ability to charge what one wants for the product he produces. ( my sympathy to the dairy farmers) Imagine living in a country where, although your steel and fuel prices would be set by the government, so would the amount you could charge for your labor or finished product.

    What if you had a chance to sell your house for, say a 200% profit, after you had only owned it for a year, but the government stepped in and said you could only make 5% a year on a real estate investment. Ridiculous you say. No more ridiculous that wanting our government to step in and control steel or fuel prices.

    Fuel and steel are commodities, and thus their prices are driven by demand for the products. Back when fuel prices hit their highs in mid May, we Americans bought more gasoline in 1 week than we ever had in any week in May, and it was not even Memorial day yet. As long as we keep burning it, what reason would an oil company have to lower it's price. Nope, I was never led to believe that PROFIT was a dirty word. I only wish that I was selling a product that was in such demnd that I could increase my profits more than a couple percent a year.

    God Bless America.

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  • Grumpy
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    hey dawg--went to PA today and found gas for $1.77. What's goin' on in CT? Even in Baltimore it only about $1.83.

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  • MACH4
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    Originally posted by arcdawg
    gas last monday was 2.01 then yesterday those bustards raised it 2 cents

    only in america ~!

    dawg
    arcdawg,
    Does it bother you to stop and get a soda from a vending machine and pay a buck?? How about a nice cold Dasani water on those hot welding jobs,also a buck!! We here in the U.S.A. have it made as far as petroleum products go, try buying fuel in , let's say England, and paying $4.00 a gal. Figure the price of a gallon of soda and gas is dirt cheap. Anyway, I hope all on the forum have a great and SAFE Independence Day!! God Bless our fighting men and women for allowing us the chance to celebrate another July 4th!!
    Mike
    MACH4

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  • klsm54
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    ......... ...My apologies for not thanking those who have served this great nation in my first post. Weather you served in wartime or peace, stayed in the USa or served abroad, your service is greatly appreciated by this American.... ..Without the millions who have served our country, we would not be celebrating the Fouth of July.

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  • tackit
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    Politics and politicians aside, I am proud to have served this great nation, I love you America. Happy 4th of July everyone.

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  • arcdawg
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    gas last monday was 2.01 then yesterday those bustards raised it 2 cents

    only in america ~!

    dawg

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  • Paul Seaman
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    Thanks and happy 4th to you guys as well as the rest of the great folks here at the forum and at Miller.

    Peace,

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  • klsm54
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    Bad News? The economy is rebounding, my taxes are lower. Thanks in large to the United States, Iraq & Afghanistan are sovereign nations and have and are experiencing massive moves ahead in human rights. There is a world wide demand for steel that is making the prices rise, which means a solid world economy. Lot's to be thankful for. Number one is that I live in the USA, the greatest nation in the world.

    Happy Fourth of July to you Hank, and everyone else here...

    Hope everyone has a great time and stays safe this weekend...

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  • hankj
    started a topic Happy 4th.

    Happy 4th.

    Even with all the bad news, steel prices, and whatever, I'm just **** glad to be here in the USA.

    Happy Fourth of July to all of you and yours.

    Be wll.

    hank
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