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Old August 24th, 2011, 04:28 AM
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Re: Gas Prices

I read this yesterday, Knot 2 Loud, and thought of you.

http://www.deathandtaxesmag.com/1050...e-tax-dodgers/
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Old August 24th, 2011, 06:45 AM
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Re: Gas Prices

Thank you. I hope this thing get passed. Seems "speculation" has become another parallel drive for investors to obtain a profitable cash flow (the housing market was/is first and is gaining momentum once again). Corporations who had lost revenue, as least stated they did, and were bailed out gained billion$ all the while laying off and restructuring then rehiring fewer people at lower salaries and adding to them more responsibility at less pay.

One thing I've noticed on the interwebz' sites that list historical data on fuel prices. You can find data on dates and prices of fuel and you can find dates and prices of a barrel of oil, but it's difficult to locate a good historical comparison of the price of a barrel of oil to the price of a gallon/liter of fuel.

Personally, I doubt things will improve much. The days of $1.00 a gallon is over. I expect next year in the USA the medium price per gallon will average $4.50 or more. This is going to hurt a lot of people.
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$1.99 today
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Re: Gas Prices

gas just shot up from $2.29 a gallon to $2.59 a gallon
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