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Hey just me, or just us, or dolt, or voice of reality, or whatever it is you are calling yourself now.
I found another Volt that can be opened with my key fob. I found it at one of the targets in San Jose, CA.
Guess what? When I started the car, it had the same miles and the same amount of gas used as the guy down the street (the one I break into so I can video his screen .... remember?). It is also the same miles and same gas used as mine.
So, either all these Volts are mine (is mine), or everybody in the SF Bay Area that owns a Volt have the exact miles and have used the same amount of gas as mine, his, theirs, whatever.
In case you don't get what I mean ... this is verifying my claim that I have only used 7 gallons of gas for over 5,000 miles.
You can deny all you want. It doesn't make you right. Video proof is verifiable. That's why it is allowed in court.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ciaM-VKAjRUXX&feature=you tu.be
Quit the theatrics and get over it.