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Old 03-10-2008, 08:50 PM
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$4.10 a gallon

i dont know about anyone else but the oil companies have got me grabbin my ankles.there has to be some way to let them know we cant take anymore of this .
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The only way is to stop driving. Of course, that leads us to a phenomenon eloquently explained in this book, which those chumps know all too well when they grab us by the short hairs.
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Old 03-11-2008, 11:10 AM
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i dont know about anyone else but the oil companies have got me grabbin my ankles.there has to be some way to let them know we cant take anymore of this .
I just paid $3.81 and didn't like it..

Then they wonder why the default rate on homes and other credit loans are so high...
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I just paid $3.81 and didn't like it..

Then they wonder why the default rate on homes and other credit loans are so high...
That's exactly why I've always explained to people that they can live in their truck...but they can't drive their house!!!
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That's exactly why I've always explained to people that they can live in their truck...but they can't drive their house!!!
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Old 03-11-2008, 04:30 PM
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It really is sad.

but on the upside I thought we would be at a solid $3+/gal for gas by last spring.
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the oil companies are responsible for the economy goin down the s h i t t e r!!
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the oil companies are responsible for the economy goin down the s h i t t e r!!
An over simplification...but a very good point. They certainly have to share the blame!!!
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Its outrageous the towing company I work for just had to raise their prices because of diesel hitting $4.00 a gal. Cost $100 to fill the truck from just under half a tank. And to make life fun, try explaining to people why its gonna cost $75-$100+ to tow there car.
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Heres my thoughts on this.Want lower prices?Everyone needs to stop buying diesel fuel from just one of the major oil companies like Exxon/Mobil for one week.They would not make any money and would have to lower the prices to get peaple to buy there once again,Then when they lower the prices all the others would have to lower theres also just to compete with them.Why not try a little of the supply and demand bull**** they have been pulling with us the last few years.

Heres what ticks me off.Now the other night watching Tv they said the latest price increase was due to "Daylight Savings Time"because more peaple would take advantage of the fact that they would be able run more errand after they get home from work and it is still light out.
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