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April 12, 2011

While looking at used cars, there's a few odd things that stick out. How could a person drive a car 100,000 miles but still have it look like new? How could said car sell for $38,000 new but yet be worth $11,000 on the used market. How can such car be small but only get 15 miles per gallon. And then, could a person drive such car with a clear conscious? I keep envisioning a gallon of milk disappearing in 15 minutes, or if you go in dollars instead of volume, I suppose that would be a couple gallons of milk every 15 minutes at highway speed. Oh well, the lines were obviously designed for looks rather than low air turbulence.