hello from ma and pa

Discussion in 'Start Your Journey Here' started by ma and pa, Nov 11, 2006.

  1. ma and pa

    ma and pa Active Member

    Really enjoy cleanmpg because of all of the info available. Competing against EPA combined means everyone can participate. Ma does 2/3 of the driving so deserves most of the credit for our 119% efforts. We live in NW Vermont so our driving is uncongested. I cruise at 1700 to 1800. Thank You to all of our Veterans on this special day. Ma and Pa.
  2. philmcneal

    philmcneal Has it been 10 years? Wow

    wow nice, 20% over epa in a SUV, that's thumbs up for me! Welcome to cleanmpg!

    And yes remember those who gave us the freedom to drive ;)
  3. tigerhonaker

    tigerhonaker Platinum Contributor

    Thank-You I am one of Americas Veterans. Viet Nam 1965-1966

    Terry RA 15-696-222
  4. Chuck

    Chuck just the messenger

    Welcome to CleanMPG and allowing us to be a resource. :)
  5. highwater

    highwater Well-Known Member

    Welcome to ma and pa, hope you'll like it here. We got sa many ways, your bound to like some of 'em.:D

    And.... THANK YOU........Terry:)

    We need a flag waving banana......hint....hint....hint:mad:

  6. tbaleno

    tbaleno Well-Known Member

    :flag: there you go. It is just a fat banana ;)
  7. highwater

    highwater Well-Known Member

    Nah Tom, he ain't fat, you just got him turned so we can see him endwise, axially instead of radially.:D

    :flag: :flag: :flag: KIA :flag: :flag: :flag: MIA :flag: :flag: :flag: POW :flag: :flag: :flag: :flag:

    Thanks Tom.
  8. RH77

    RH77 Well-Known Member


    THANK YOU for your service in the Army!

    I have to apologize on behalf of previous generations for the poor treatment you guys got when you came home. When asked, you fought for our Country, period -- without question.

    It's like today -- whether or not people agree with the war in Iraq, we must support our troops now and when they return. It's an all Volunteer system, so they need help with PTSD, employment, housing, etc. when they get back. People tend to forget that many need help when they get home, and I can see that isn't happening so much.

    :flag: Thanks again to all Veterans every day of the year.


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