Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by lynn, Aug 9, 2005.
It's $3.09 here, but I think Wisconsin has higher prices than the average.
$3.17 here for Chevron regular. I'm happy to keep seeing it go up. Higher oil prices = more motivation to invest in alternative fuels and fuel-efficient vehicles. Go go oil shortage. Wish I had the money for a hybrid.
$0.82/gallon for premium.
Ditto, or could bike to work, or even walk.
There is ONE advantage to living in an OPEC country with government controlled gas prices.
he's at the source... lol
The refineries make for absolutely beautiful sunsets. Until of course you realize that all those wonderful colors come from all the crap in the air that you're then breathing in.
we get those, too... when the chemtrails are particularly spectacular, lol.
Then I wish for ugly skies and cleaner air.
Crude futures topped $100 per bbl as of yesterday afternoon or this AM.
And to think, road trips used to be a fun thing friends did in order to save a few bucks for an adventure.
And as a result gas prices zipped up 5c/gallon. :-(
When I was in Chicago over the weekend, prices were $3.49 for unleaded. Yikes.
Saw the station that was selling gas at 2.83 per gallon come up to 2.97.
Yikes that's quite a jump. I just filled up for $3.09, wow weee.
Gas was $3.45 a gallon yesterday
Wow. It's actually cheaper by you than up where I am.
$3.19 or $3.23 seem to be the common prices.
It's my non-brand, cash-only station.
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