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Old 01-03-2008, 10:02 PM   #1
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1877-joe-4-oil..... is the # to call...

he is a big time oil dealer who got together with (citgo oil) and is giving "100" gallons of absolute "free" heating oil... to anyone who has no oil and cant afford it..

you can only get 100 gallons per year...

and the total process before you get your oil take a toatl of 3-4 weeks...

so please if your cold and cant afford oil please call the above #....

dont feel like less then everbody else because you need help... i got my 100 free gallons..


and they service the whole u.*... so please give them a call...
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he is a big time oil dealer
he is not an oil dealer, he is a politician that got deeply involved in the Citizens Energy Corporation, a non-profit organization.

but non the less a great resource for those in need of assistance
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Old 01-03-2008, 10:11 PM   #3
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he is not an oil dealer, he is a politician that got deeply involved in the Citizens Energy Corporation, a non-profit organization.

but non the less a great resource for those in need of assistance
thanks for correcting me.. i was'nt 100% sure...

but yes its great for those that need help so i thought i post it up for all to see incase they have not heard about it yet.....

can we make this a sticky,? just so everyone can see it....
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Great. Lets give Chavez MORE money.

Lets raise our taxes....so we can pay our government, to pay PDVSA, so we can assist US citizens with their heating...who probably are having trouble paying their bills....because the government takes too many taxes. So essentially...these people aren't getting free oil..they already paid for it. Now we're just supporting PDVSA in the process.

Great idea. But a better idea would be to just let the people KEEP their money in the FIRST place.
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Heating houses with oil will be obsolete in 10 years anyway once it hits $6 a gallon..which it will.


Here in my town there was an article recently claiming that even with the price increases in natrual gas the average family will save $800 a year in upgrading to natural gas or electric.
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Oil to heat a house?
You wont find that up here...
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when i first bought my new house i paid $450 for 100 gallons of gas..
and that only lasted 3 months of 64 degrees all day long.

i think i need a new heating method......
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