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July 13, 2005


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Here is a good guide for new/used car buyer

I just found a great, albeit, somewhat "your milage may vary", tip on when to buy cars. Find a dealer that's moving into a new building soon. We just saved significant money on a recent car purchase this way. Other dealers either laughed at us or told us we were stretching the truth when comparison shopping. They couldn't believe the deal we got.

People are less moral than 30 years ago

Rural development is the main cause of wildfires

I haven't been up to much , but I guess it doesn't bother me. Pfft. I just don't have much to say lately, but maybe tomorrow. Basically nothing seems worth doing.

There are many good guides on the Internet. Here is a good one from an ex-car salesman:

Thanks for this information; it's going to be a huge help to me since I am currently looking into buying a new car.

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