USN Retired 1965-1995
Yeah I know, but for years after that I would not patronize Chevron or any business I even suspected was affiliated with Chevron, including the Standard gas stations.
Although Standard stations and Chevron stations were two separate entities “back then.” Standard stations were owned and operated by Standard Oil Company and sold Chevron gasoline and other Standard Oil products. Chevron stations were owned (or leased) by individuals.
My then very newly married wife knew of this displeasure with them and once ask me; " If you were about to run out of gas would you then buy from them?" I told, “Yes I would run out of gas.”
She then just shook her head, and I’m sure she was re-evaluating the wisdom of marrying me, although she never said anything. We are still married 48 years later. I think I’m still under evaluation. :):):)
If you have to hunt for dog hair, you do not have a Siberian Husky.
You only have to faster than the guy behind you.
There are more important things in life than Facebook and Twitter,.. like watching TV, and having a beer.
If he didn’t have bad luck, he’d have no luck at all.
Don’t believe your friends when they ask you to be honest with them.
That is possibly a good thing.
Or the bird is looking for Noah’s ark.
That’s bull, there is no free market. Prices are set by businesses for maximum profit through the manipulation of prices by cartels of government and private individuals. It has nothing to do with fair and free competition.
Some humans are wondering the same thing about our species.