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Old 05-05-2004, 01:49 AM   #21
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Whatever the price is, you'll pay it. So why complain?

That being said, on highway 60/I-35 south of the cities, there is a place that has premium cheaper then any other place with regular
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Whatever the price is, you'll pay it. So why complain?
Because we can and it makes us feel better.....
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After our Govt. artificially keeps it low.

Ok consider this. All of you people who complain about gas being this high, even canadians? How much do you pay for bottled water? $1 for 20 oz? That'* MUCH less then your gas.

You have been move on, deal with it
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1.99 for 87, Holly Michigan
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1.97 for 87 in Saginaw, MI... jumped from 1.78 yesterday
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After our Govt. artificially keeps it low.

Ok consider this. All of you people who complain about gas being this high, even canadians? How much do you pay for bottled water? $1 for 20 oz? That'* MUCH less then your gas.

You have been move on, deal with it
Yes, but at aprox a mile a minute or 60 miles per one hour, I don't consume 2+ gallons of of fuel per hour... If my car ran on as much water as i do, I prolly wouldn't whine too much...
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Today'* rate was $1.98 for highest grade, $1.88 and then $1.77 for regular.

The above prices were this morning but this afternoon the prices were $2.06 highest, $1.96 and then $1.86 for regular. I am glad I filled up this morning!!!!!
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Around $1.72 for 87

$1.90 for 92
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Milk is getting set to hit 4 bucks a gallon.
Milk isn't even anywhere near $4 a gallon now. Where do you buy your milk at. We get 3 gallons for $5.95, and one gallon by itself is like $2.69 or something.

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