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Old 09-02-2005, 01:45 PM   #21
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If gas stays at these levels, you'll see people demanding raises at their jobs.
Path of least resistance...

*Need* to congregate and demand the lowering of gas prices. Supply/demand is a driving force, sure, but this is beyond ridiculous.
That it is...

I'll drive the Mitsu Beater from now on... I can drive that thing to work for a month, and the Bonnie once in a while... Screw filling the tank at almost $40-$50 from empty

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Old 09-02-2005, 01:46 PM   #22
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So, in your opinion, a large-scale protest would prompt either our government or OPEC to do something about the price of oil/gas? Is there actually some action that can be taken, or are the US government'* hands tied?
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So, in your opinion, a large-scale protest would prompt either our government or OPEC to do something about the price of oil/gas?
I doubt it. Probably just get washed down by fire hoses.
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Just came back from a fill up.


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I have a novel idea..let'* let the gas price and MPG threads drop for a while... Have a drink instead
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