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Old 01-15-2008, 08:51 PM
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When will diesel prices go down ?

I keep hearing that cold weather drives the pricing up, but this is getting old.........
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down?

Ya right!!!!

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Never. Welcome to the increasing Consumer Price Index. Economics is a b!%ch.

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Never. Welcome to the increasing Consumer Price Index. Economics is a b!%ch.

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I agree with you on that for sure..
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Go down ha! Why would it? It's sold to the highest bidder and you /we need it.
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Go down ha! Why would it? It's sold to the highest bidder and you /we need it.


Yup you are correct there..
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never.... especially not if they do the .40 tax increase they want.
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never.... especially not if they do the .40 tax increase they want.

What is the State tax now on a gallon
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makes me want to run fuel oil more and more!!!!! damn taxers!!

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makes me want to run fuel oil more and more!!!!! damn taxers!!

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I know a lot of guys that are doing just that...lol
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Just don't get caught. I've had my tanks dipped 4 times, in the last 3 yrs.
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Yeahhh there are doing that here as well with fines up to $2500
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never.... especially not if they do the .40 tax increase they want.
Actually here they are wanting to do what they call a mileage tax. Since all new vehicles are coming equipped with gps stuff on them now, on the station tanks you have a scanner that reads the mileage off your gps for how far you've driven since your last fill up and charges a tax on how many miles you drive(that will really kill me that's for sure if they actually implement that). Other then the infrastructure problem, there are a few other problems with something like that, but if all the OBD-III stuff gets on vehicles that will be the next thing on there I'm sure.
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Sounds like Big Brother knocking on the door...
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