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VerticalScope: Static websites are best :-)

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Hey everyone just trying to spot any potential good deals on Volts in Michigan to lease at prices under $250 a month. I hate that we can't go to other states to pick up a lease and bring it back or I would be driving to go get one for cheaper.

A few deals I'm seeing is around $300 for these and that's not where I want to be at

I'm looking for entry level Volt with heated seats I'd love to get my hands on the premier but I don't believe an extra $5k is worth it for everything on the car.

And yes I traded my 14 Volt in for a Challenger and I do regret it but when the new V2 came out for the Volt the prices were just AWFUL I couldn't afford it.. I pay right now $250 monthly fully loaded Challenger when I was looking for Volts-V2 they were entry level $270+plus a large down payment didn't make any sense of doing the lease.

Thank you kindly
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Static websites are not the best - especially if you are a web forum.
You successfully interpreted the new, tongue-in-cheek title I added to this thread. :)
Static Movement Vs. Impact:

It's just trance..... with a static background.

Like The Blair Witch Project, I kept watching expecting that something would actually happen... lol
just like Fortran programmers were.
Hey! You leave Fortraners alone. I once wrote a nice do-loop in Fortran (by accident) and it chewed up a huge amount of computer time until someone noticed...oops.
So, you're the one behind what's going on with this site?

I'll bet you're versed in divide-by-zero functions too, hmmm?
What's wrong with dividing by zero? Don't let "old ways" hold you back. The way I do it, the quotient is always zero.
You end up with a NaN
Sure, I always get that. What's an Indian dinner without nan? But making it may not be as easy as it seems.

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