From: Gregory Alan Bolcer (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 26 2000 - 10:10:16 PDT
How silly. Doesn't GM's onstar communications and navigation
system already have geo-locational stuff in it? GM is also
planning on offering Internet access in vehicles this fall.
why can't they just put a big green gas button under a flip
switch on the dash if you know you car will be where it is
for at least an hour or so and someone comes out, fills your
car, checks the oil and fluids, and wipes their fingerprints
off so you never eve know they were there. In fact, you could
get rid of the oil gauge, temperature, gas gauge, etc. One
less thing for those Caddy drivers to worry about so they can
concentrate more on parallel parking and avoiding pedestrians.
> In a message dated 5/26/2000 8:23:43 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> >Is it just me or are more and more fundings looking like "Who wants to
> >be a millionare"? What's the 800# to get into these contests anyway,
> For reasons best not gone into here, I watched the season finale of
> "Felecity" this week. A walk-on character (actually he was sitting down) was
> describing his hot new dot.com idea--an online gas station: "You log into the
> web site and tell us where your car is parked, and we go there while you're
> asleep and when you wake up in the morning you have a full tank."
-- Greg Bolcer email: email@example.com web: http://www.endtech.com work: 949.833.2800 cell: 714.928.5476 fax: 603.994.0516
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