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Discussion in 'The OT' started by Doug Brott, Dec 4, 2008.
3.67 SE of Denver, one Loaf & Jug was still 3.59
$3.75 at the Kroger near the house in Peachtree City, GA
$4.03 and climbing.
The prices around here changed 3 times during the week...now at $3.69 for regular unleaded at Kroger and QT.
Gas just dropped here in suburban Maryland by about a dime a gallon. Yay!!!
I have been on the road the last week in Las Vegas, Southern Utah (Bryce Canyon) and the Death Valley region of California. The most I have paid is $3.99 for regular. The average seems to be $3.89. The highest price I saw was a Chevron in Furnace Creek, CA at $5.67 a gallon! They weren't pumping any gas when I drove by.
Tucson, Az. Got one station in town at $ 3.33. Most stations in the $ 3.39 to $ 3.45 area.
The price of gas has doubled since Obama took office. Fire him and all the other liberal rejects!
Yes, but there's precious little cause and effect with any President, over the short term. And for more things than gasoline prices.
Please keep political stuff outta here!
Obama isn't my favorite lol: ) but he's got nothing to do with gas prices. It takes years if not decades for any policy to take effect.
Stop right there, please.
This isn't a thread about our President, it's a thread to commiserate about high gas prices and brag about having a Prius (ok, that last part is just for me.)
Let's keep the chief executive out of it, ok?
And Congress, and The Supremes, Red, White or Blue states, Parties, etc.
Now, I just watched a "How It's Made" documentary made in 2009, in which they state that the (Audi) diesel engine they're showing gets 30% better mileage than comparable gas engines.
All I know is gas had dropped down to 3.889-3.949 on my way to work (passing several stations) and it was 4.169-4.179 on the way home 9 hours later. Except at one station who still had 3.889 posted and at least 40 cars waiting in line (some blocking the highway). My last fill up was Saturday (3.939) ... hopefully sanity will return at some point.
I've been hoping for that for 50 years.
Here is the station in Death Valley last week!
Is that the one at Furnace Creek, right near the hotel?
How much for a gallon of water?
Cool, clear water?
Can I throw is out there. If we produce more the middle east decides to just produces less the price per barrel stays the same?
It's way more complex than that. Way more. Though in the short term that could be right. Longer term, that'd probably put more pressure on prices.
Right now CT is averaging $4.17/gal. It'll be $5 in no time.