|At least we are not waiting in lines?
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Author: ba_ba_b00ie Date: Jun 9, 2008 18:25
At least we are not waiting in lines?
I guess I would ratehr pat higher prices than waiting in gas lines. I
went down that road before. What was that in the 70's? No gas lines
were not better in the 70's. then they started with that odd & even
days. Was that in the same time frame.
Maybe the higher gas prices will weed out the people that really don't
have to drive.
But I will still rather pay higher prices than waiting in line.
I have a friend who is a landscaper dude and he has 2 crews. He told
me that last month his gas bill for the 2 crews , what with all the
mowers and weed wackers and the gas for the truck was at $900.00 per
week. Now it has to be $1000.00 per week for the 2 crews.
Hell I am having a hard time paying for my gas to get to work. I am
winding up sleeping the nite at work 2 or 3 nites a week to offset the
consuption of gas that I buy. As of now it is costing me $20.00 per
day in gas to get to and from work. That is exactly 5 gallons of gas
It looks like I wont be taking any road trips to Florida any time
Let me figure it out $5.00 per gallon @ 1200 miles @ 20 miles per
gallon = $300.00.
That ain't that bad. It's gota be cheaper than flying?
I still would rather pay higher prices that waiting in line.
I don't think the "new" general public could handle the rashioning of
Thank goodness the Grateful Dead are not touring.
I could just not afford it.
What do you think tickets would cost these days to see The Grateful
dead if they were touring?
Odd & even crap.
How did were over come that?
How long did that last for.
Is oil the key to the whole thing?
Oil is the devil!!!!!
At least there are no lines.
Is there any soultion?
We are in a ression heading into a depression.
With no end in site.