"Free Gas Tomorrow"

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Odessa Dawn

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Does "Free Gas Tomorrow" mean to live/living your life in day tight compartments? I apologize for not being able to bring you the context.


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Does "Free Gas Tomorrow" mean to live/living your life in day tight compartments? I apologize for not being able to bring you the context.


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I'm not sure what you mean by "day tight". "Free gas tomorrow" means that there will be no cost for the gas on the following day.
 

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Does "Free Gas Tomorrow" mean to live/living your life in day tight compartments? I apologize for not being able to bring you the context.


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If that were the meaning, it would be known only to tha author.
 

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I'm not sure what you mean by "day tight".

I apologize for that. It has been interpreted as, "Don’t think about past/yesterday nor tomorrow."

Have a look please.
Shut off the past! Let the dead past bury its dead … Shut out the yesterdays which have lighted fools the way to dusty death … The load of tomorrow, added to that of yesterday, carried today, makes the strongest falter. Shut off the future as tightly as the past… The future is today … There is no tomorrow. The day of man’s salvation is now. Waste of energy, mental distress, nervous worries dog the steps of a man who is anxious about the future … Shut close, then, the great fore and aft bulkheads, and prepare to cultivate the habit of a life of ‘day-tight compartments.’”
Living in Day-Tight Compartments ~ Rod Colon

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Does "Free Gas Tomorrow" mean to live/living your life in day tight compartments? I apologize for not being able to bring you the context.


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There must be some context. The words didn't just appear in your mind in a dream.
 
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