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he even lets us drink spring water on Sundays 2.99 a gallon....

and he gets nightmares about boys dripping blood sold for 2.99 a gallon.......

but he wife was in bed and the horses had to be fed

besides it's 2.99 a story

pay up it's just 2.99 a story...

2.99 a gallon.

.

So i was driving back to my office from my lunch break, and guess how much a gallon of Regular unleaded was?........

.

yup $2.99, and it made me sing........

.

Love<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

DAVID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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he even lets us drink spring water on Sundays 2.99 a gallon....

and he gets nightmares about boys dripping blood sold for 2.99 a gallon.......

but he wife was in bed and the horses had to be fed

besides it's 2.99 a story

pay up it's just 2.99 a story...

2.99 a gallon.

.

So i was driving back to my office from my lunch break, and guess how much a gallon of Regular unleaded was?........

.

yup $2.99, and it made me sing........

.

Love<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

DAVID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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wow.....i contemplated (killed an hour online looking at plane tickets at work) buying a plane tix and crossing the country for Frisco show.....well tell us how it is. You will consist of the east coast representation at the show.

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...david, too bad you cannot make the journey.

i picked up tickets when i was out there in

april. some dear sf friends will be joining me

(i lived there many years). of course

i will report on the show.

meanwhile, let us hope that mr. bush

'gets to the bottom' of the gasoline

price issue. (actually, he is the bottom,

is he not?)

later,

don q

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Low Gas prices = Excess consumption (as long as supply exists)

.

Excess consumption = Smellier smoggier cities

.

High gas prices = Choosing food/rent over gas (but more money for "the bad guys")

.

Solution: Everyone be on the honor system to buy cleaner cars and try to drive less?...No?....maybe....hmm.

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Its a long sticky situation that cannot really be simplified unfortunely.

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I have long been bugged by never being able to get a straight answer on what/who controlls the direct price at the pump. Everyone likes to point the finger at the other guy, but I found that this site provides the most comprehensive explanation as to how the big picture comes together. http://money.howstuffworks.com/gas-price.htm

**I can not vouche for the integrity of this site, as i do not know "who" owns/runs/operates it, but it is the most unbiased reasoning I have heard so far**

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thanks for the link.

by the way, i was not necessarily pointing

the finger at mr. bush. at least not my

gas pumping finger.

i drive as little as possible. i hate

cars. $2.99/gal is outrageous....combined with

mr bush's sudden effort to attempt to deal

with this is almost too much to take for one

who would rather not drive anyway.

anyway, we have gone from gasoline to the

san francisco concert and back to gas. let us

imagine that gasoline does not exist.

imagine that we must walk everywhere.

anyway, i hope a miracle happens and you can

make it to the san francisco show.

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US gallon is smaller than the Imperial gallon.

*checking for the difference*

US gallon = 3.79L

Imperial gallon = 4.55L

This is IF there isn't some sort of universal pertroleum version of the gallon out there (since there used to be many other forms of gallons in the past, I'm not gonna pretend I know for sure)

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