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Old 09-14-2006, 09:48 AM   #11
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Allright, dangit!! How many times have I told you people you need to join that site? Online fuel logbook, local and national prices....

Sheesh!! Nobody ever listens to me....

My wife has been addicted to that site for a couple years
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Old 09-14-2006, 10:02 AM   #12
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My wife thinks it'* wierd that I keep a logbook on that site. Everytime she'* with me, and I write the mileage on my gas receipt, she asks "How long are you gonna keep doing that?" - "Until I don't wanna anymore. Gas mileage is one way to keep track of how well the car is running. So just sit there and shut up, woman"

OK, I don't say all of that out loud...
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woo hoo! horray for darkest-possible green!

I feel bad for Will
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Old 09-14-2006, 10:11 AM   #14
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Yeah. MN is a nice pretty green also. YAY!!!
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I'm also somewhat intruiged by the obvious fact that areas farthest from oil sources and refineries have the cheapest gas.
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We have a couple or three refineries right around The Cities here (Koch for one). The refineries ain't neccessarily that close to the source for some reason...
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this is BS I live close to a refinery and the prices are 2.61 and up and yet back where I grew up no refinerys and it is 2.40 this sucks
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this is BS I live close to a refinery and the prices are 2.61 and up and yet back where I grew up no refinerys and it is 2.40 this sucks
2.61 wow thats alot Lower then by me..

I wish it was that cheap/ 87 is stil arouns 2.85ish here in NY. and 93 is about 3-.08
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