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Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.

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Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.

Look out $5/gal, headed your way.

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Still $3.19 here in S. Fl.
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Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.

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$3.73 in NorCal I-80 corridor.

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$3.35 in Chicago.

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Just to rub it in... $2.89 here in NJ if I travel to it.

http://www.newjerseygasprices.com/

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$3.39 in Hilliard, Ohio. It was 2.95 last week when I got some!?

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Look out $5/gal, headed your way.

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$3.35 in Chicago.

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Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.


Must suck to be in SoCal. I saw $3.13 in Indianapolis on the way to work this
morning...

Look out $5/gal, headed your way.


Probably not anytime soon here.
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Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.

Look out $5/gal, headed your way.

Lew


1.21 a liter here in Toronto == 4.57/US Gallon approx.
I am ignoring the currency exchange as they are so close right now.

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On 2/25/11 1:48 PM, Lew Hodgett wrote:
Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.

Look out $5/gal, headed your way.

Lew


1.21 a liter here in Toronto == 4.57/US Gallon approx.
I am ignoring the currency exchange as they are so close right now.


I filled up yesterday morning at 1.12 a litre here in Saskatoon
yesterday morning. By 4 pm it was 1.19...


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On 2/25/2011 3:23 PM, Doug Miller wrote:
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Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.


Must suck to be in SoCal. I saw $3.13 in Indianapolis on the way to work this
morning...

Look out $5/gal, headed your way.


Probably not anytime soon here.

Don't bet on it, $3.35 in Winslow, Indiana: was 2.99 last week in
Evansville.
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On 2/25/11 3:55 PM, Dave Balderstone wrote:
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On 2/25/11 1:48 PM, Lew Hodgett wrote:
Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.

Look out $5/gal, headed your way.

Lew


1.21 a liter here in Toronto == 4.57/US Gallon approx.
I am ignoring the currency exchange as they are so close right now.


I filled up yesterday morning at 1.12 a litre here in Saskatoon
yesterday morning. By 4 pm it was 1.19...


I filled up Wednesday at 1.17, thought pouring $69 into the tank was
crazy, then saw $1.21 Thursday and realized it would have been $70.

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You're sensationalizing it.

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Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.

Look out $5/gal, headed your way.


You're sensationalizing it.

No it is speculators and stupid panic over what is going on in the
middle east and north Africa that is causing this. Once Gadhaffi
gets run out of Libya it will settle back down.

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Look out $5/gal, headed your way.

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National (USA) price map
http://www.gasbuddy.com/gb_gastemperaturemap.aspx

Local prices
http://gasbuddy.com/
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Must suck to be in SoCal. I saw $3.13 in Indianapolis on the way to
work this
morning...

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Even if Indy paid me to come and have the gas given to me, Indiana
would not be on my list of places to visit, even to see the relatives.

Life is just too short.

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On 2/25/11 4:22 PM, Dave In Texas wrote:

"Lew Hodgett" wrote in message
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Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.


Look out $5/gal, headed your way.


You're sensationalizing it.


No it is speculators and stupid panic over what is going on in the
middle east and north Africa that is causing this. *Once Gadhaffi
gets run out of Libya it will settle back down.


Who knows how many are dying in the streets in Tripoli. And Obama is "
going to talk to some UN people on Monday."
I wish he'd grow a pair.

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Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.

Look out $5/gal, headed your way.

Lew


Between $3.12 on the Indian Reservations to $3.59 at local Mobile
stations in the Buffalo, NY area.
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USD 7.63 / US gallon here in England...

I'm going to dig out my bicycle and walking shoes!
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"Joe AutoDrill" wrote in news:GZT9p.16375$Y63.5222
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Just to rub it in... $2.89 here in NJ if I travel to it.

http://www.newjerseygasprices.com/

Not in 07410 - ~$3.15.

I could also find gasprices in Mass by entering a zipcode, and they are
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"Doug Miller" wrote:

Must suck to be in SoCal. I saw $3.13 in Indianapolis on the way to
work this
morning...

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Even if Indy paid me to come and have the gas given to me, Indiana
would not be on my list of places to visit, even to see the relatives.

Life is just too short.


Oddly enough, that's exactly what many people in the Midwest think of LA. :-)
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3.25.9 500 miles to the east, in Phoenix.
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I'm going to dig out my bicycle and walking shoes!


I vowed to drive 55 today, to get better mileage on my full sized van.

We will see if it lasts, cause "I can't drive 55!"
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No it is speculators and stupid panic over what is going on in the
middle east and north Africa that is causing this. Once Gadhaffi
gets run out of Libya it will settle back down.

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Until the next time, meanwhile we allow our demand for oil to bleed
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$3.19 here in Dallas. I filled my Silverado this evening.
$74.+

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Nor here in western NJ at 3.15

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Just to rub it in... $2.89 here in NJ if I travel to it.

http://www.newjerseygasprices.com/

Not in 07410 - ~$3.15.

I could also find gasprices in Mass by entering a zipcode, and they are
pretty correct too - ~$3.20 around Somerville

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$3.05 yesterday in Caon City, Co..




My Ford van has a 35 gallon tank It is parked. Driving a different vehicle
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On Fri, 25 Feb 2011 14:04:04 -0500, Chuck wrote:

On 2/25/2011 1:48 PM, Lew Hodgett wrote:
Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.

Look out $5/gal, headed your way.

Lew


Still $3.19 here in S. Fl.


I just paid that the day before yesterday at Fred Meyer in Oregon. It
was $3.29 but I get a ten cent discount for shopping at Freddy.
GasBuddy has it at $3.39 today! Up a nickel a day?

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On Feb 25, 4:34*pm, FrozenNorth
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On 2/25/11 4:22 PM, Dave In Texas wrote:

"Lew Hodgett" wrote in message
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Cleared $4/gal in SoCal today.


Look out $5/gal, headed your way.


You're sensationalizing it.


No it is speculators and stupid panic over what is going on in the
middle east and north Africa that is causing this. *Once Gadhaffi
gets run out of Libya it will settle back down.


Who knows how many are dying in the streets in Tripoli. And Obama is "
going to talk to some UN people on Monday."
I wish he'd grow a pair.


blink, blink I read the headline about rioters, rushing from their
Islamic mosques, being fired upon today. Perhaps I don't know the
whole story, but is it wrong to stop rioting in your country? I was
kinda proud of old Daffy, the hateful old effer. I'd rather it wasn't
radical fundamentalist muslims who ousted him, if you don't mind.

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"David Paste" wrote

I'm going to dig out my bicycle and walking shoes!


I vowed to drive 55 today, to get better mileage on my full sized van.

We will see if it lasts, cause "I can't drive 55!"


Hehehe. Nor can I. Besides, I get better gas mileage at 80.
Then again, I've put only 22k miles on the new truck in 3.25 years, so
I'm not a big gas user. If someone gave me an electric car for my
grocery shoppoing, I'd use it exclusively when possible. But I can't
get 500 pounds of tools + a ton of wood/concrete/steel in one like I
can with the Tundra.

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From this morning's NYTimes.
Attack Shuts Iraq's Largest Refinery:
http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2011...L-Iraq.html?hp

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"David Paste" wrote

I'm going to dig out my bicycle and walking shoes!


I vowed to drive 55 today, to get better mileage on my full sized van.

We will see if it lasts, cause "I can't drive 55!"


One of my cars gives an instant readout for the MPG. I picked a flat
stretch of highway on my daily commute and every day drove at a different
speed to see what the effect would be. I could to 75, 70, 65, 60, but at
55, it was a danger to be on the road. I never did get a comparative
reading. Best MPG was 60.

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I'm going to dig out my bicycle and walking shoes!


I vowed to drive 55 today, to get better mileage on my full sized van.

We will see if it lasts, cause "I can't drive 55!"
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I have similar ludicrous fantasies! Motorways are there for a reason,
as are gas pedals!
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$3.499 yesterday here in sig below.

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$3.80 in South San Francisco (Santa Clara County).
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$3.80 in South San Francisco (Santa Clara County).


Premium is running $3.84-$4.35 for South San Francisco (Santa Clara
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Can $5 be far behind?

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$3.80 in South San Francisco (Santa Clara County).


Premium is running $3.84-$4.35 for South San Francisco (Santa Clara
County).

Can $5 be far behind?


Just be patient, Lew. You'll get your sordid price soon.

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Gas was $3.55/gal at the local cash & carry Arco on Friday afternoon
(02/26/11).

Today, 3 days later (03/01/11), it is $3.65/gal.

Add $0.20/gal for premium.

And the crick keeps on ris'n per the late Johnny Cash.

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On Mar 2, 12:12*am, "Lew Hodgett" wrote:
Gas was $3.55/gal at the local cash & carry Arco on Friday afternoon
(02/26/11).

Today, 3 days later (03/01/11), it is $3.65/gal.

Add $0.20/gal for premium.

And the crick keeps on ris'n per the late Johnny Cash.

Lew


Has just topped $8/US gal over here, fwiw.
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