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  • 99 CENTS A GALLON!!!

    That's right! I passed 4 gas stations on my way to work tonight and saw all 4 gas stations had regular unleaded at 99 cents a gallon!

    What gas shortage?

    Now, I can't wait until movies are $3.00 again!

    How is the rest of the country doing?
    A closed mouth gathers no foot. --Unknown

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    On the way to work I saw gas for $1.059 so I am still up there in price.

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    • #3
      its around 1.359 for supreme in NYC. i remember when i first got my car i was paying .979 in NJ for supreme.


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      • #4
        .919 here!
        This post has been rated PG-13 for your viewing pleasure.

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        • #5
          1.03 here in sunny Florida.
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          • #6
            jeeez that dear...lol...here in aussie its 87c a litre and there is 4.5 litres to the gallon....wish it was 99c a gallon here

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            • #7
              Originally posted by g***a:
              its 87c a litre and there is 4.5 litres to the gallon
              YIKES! I thought we had it bad here, but I guess not. They are predicting that we might get back up to around $2 a gallon come spring/summer!
              A closed mouth gathers no foot. --Unknown

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              • #8
                I wouldn't know.

                I've been using a prototype engine adapter for two years that converts water into fuel.

                It works on the principle of photosynthesis (much like a plant converting sunlight to energy.) I could tell you how it works, but it's technical.

                It works pretty good, and I've considered marketing it, but I just don't think there would be a market.
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                • #9
                  $1.09 here in Az.
                  "To each his own"

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                  • #10
                    We've been at 99 cents for a couple of weeks & one place held a sale at 89 cents last weekend. My sister in the Houston area said she got gas the other day for 84 cents but it was a 15 cent off deal if you use your Randall's (grocery store) card.

                    (Sigh) I remember as a kid buying a gallon of gas for my lawn mowing business for 19 cents a gallon, a bottled 12oz. Coke for 5 cents, & getting a penny change from my quarter.

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                    • #11
                      $1.15 is lowest around here.

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                      • #12
                        A coworker told me that gas was $0.88 in this one area near my home!
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                        • #13
                          Saw it as low as $1.139
                          Education is nothing without experience to back it up.

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                          • #14
                            $1.17 for regular, $1.27 for premium.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by SGT Dave:
                              I've been using a prototype engine adapter for two years that converts water into fuel.
                              Some engineering student here at UNLV built an operating Hydrogen powered internal combustion engine here about a year ago. It was too big and cumbersome to fit into current automobiles but the future can't be too far away. Wonder what that will do to the oil industry, assuming they can't buy off every politican in the world to ban these things.

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