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really? Wow. It's a quarter lower here. That is odd.

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Gas here varies between about 2.45 to 2.56. I will pay closer attention and put an exact amount later. I guess we don't have it bad compared to California.

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post #33  quote:

In Northern England, the price of normal unleaded petrol has dropped from a high average of about ?1.03 per litre to an average of about ?0.95 per litre.

Conversion;- 1 Gal (US) = 3.785412 Litres
?1.00 buys $1.8678 as of today (1/6/06)

so I would pay about $6.72 / gallon(US).

However, my car uses diesel which is more economical but about 5p / litre more expensive which makes it just over $7.00 / gallon(US)


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I got gas yesterday. The closest station, for the cheapest gas, was 3.57.
So, I went a couple blocks further, and got it for $3.47.


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Should move to the east coast (at least in the south) I passed a station on the way home at about $2.60 something or other. Gas should be coming down yesterday the price of a barrel went down some. But there's something wrong with... oh wait that's right you live in Caleefornia where the Dems tax the hell out of you. Sorry! I'm sure Aahnold is having a tough time getting rid of gas taxes.

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Yeah, let's make this all a Rep/Dem thing!!! After all, it's not like there is a Republican in the White House, that makes some damn good $$ in his back pocket from oil.

Besides, WHY would I want to live on the east coast, in humid weather? Nah, I will stick with perfect weather here in San Diego, and deal with Arnold, even though we all know he doesn't belong as our gov.


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Yeah I liked that area when I was there, except for the smog. But it is a nice area and as long as you can afford it it's great. It hasn't been too bad here so far this year but we may get a hurricane. We're due.

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Los Angeles is the city of smog. San Diego isn't that bad. But, it's not like Colorado either, with great air.

Gas prices might be less out that way... but, the cost of living is also less... and the rate of pay is less too. So, it evens out, some.


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Yeah true, I'm comfortable but soon to be jobless, again.

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Tulsa, Oklahoma
2.51


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$3.22 in San Diego

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post #42  quote:

I saw $2.59 the other night. I was shocked. I still couldn't afford to fill up (I gotta eat, you know).

I really hope these prices inspire people to use biodeisel. One of the main arguments against bio fuel was that it would cost $3/gallon. Okay, well, that's hardly an issue any more.


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post #43  quote:

I was in Washington today and it was $3.12 for regular. We're usually a cent or two cheaper than them, so I'm gonna say $3.10 today.

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BioDiesel will be high until there are a lot of processing plants. Same with Ethanol. It' s the initital start up and build up of supplies that is costly. Until they have tank farms full of it they won't lower the cost. As long as there is supply in demand then there is no reason to lower it.

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Down to $2.99 today for regular It's the first time in a while that it's been under $3.00.

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post #46  quote:

Was in AZ over the weekend and found a spot for $2.73, I almost fainted.

Then it's back to CA for the good ol' $3.29. Thanks Dubya .

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post #47  quote:

Down to $2.59 in Houston area.

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post #48  quote:

Paid $3.01 on my last fill up here in San Diego.

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post #49  quote:

I think it's around $2.65 here

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$2.95 the other day. It is about 10 cents more in downtown San Diego.

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2.45

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$2.91

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I just paid $2.49

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$2.53.9

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If politicians told you guys that one of the most important foreign policies is control of strategic interests and protection of resources, including of course a cheap and reliable energy supply and one way to maintain this is military strength and if necessary war, would you guys vote for it? Yes/no?

What I'm talking about here is would you vote for war to maintain your standard of living?


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No

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Last week when I filled up it was $2.87

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This morning it was $2.97. Thank you Meister Boooooosh.

Seriously, I was on my way to work this morning. I hit up AM/PM and as always there were people in line from the coutner back to the beer section. Manning the place were two goobers barely qualified to suck wind not to mention charge people for gas and candy bars. The ATM island deal had said to go inside to pay. So I'm waiting, running late enough as it is. This is really going to give me the red arse. I finally get there and the fat hump clerkin' tells me through his hot dog shaped lips that the ATM is down. I'm pissed so I go, "why don't you put up an f'n sign then?" Of course I said the f'n and was about to follow with, "you cupcake eatin' doughboy." I am a mean, mean man in the morning. So I haul to the next petro palace like 10 minutes away or so and have to hit up the expensive ol' Chevron. The turds. Hence the $2.97.

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$2.29 in Houston

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