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    Hit $3.75 for regular here in Chicago. What about you guys.

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    Holy shit, I thought $2.82 was bad.
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    No shit, $2.79 is killing me.
    I should probably change my username to IReallyDon'tTeleMuchAnymoreDave.

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    yeah filled up with D2 @ 2.799 yesterday. Across the street it was 2.999. Bend over baby.
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    $2.91 in breck for 91 octane. 85 was about $2.75

    days like this make me hate having a turbo 4

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    About $3.00 for 87 and $3.20-3.25 for 91 in coastal San Diego.
    ˇÓrale, vato!

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    $1.01 - $1.04 / litre in Calgary. Amazing how a sudden spike in oil prices is imediately seen at the pumps, however a decrease in crude takes months to show up.
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    $2.849 here in WI as of yesterday. I talked to two people yesterday who traded in their gas guzzling van and SUV for a Chrysler Pacifica (still sucks gas but better than the 13 mpg she was getting before) and a Toyota Prius. So some good is coming out of this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by monkeybones
    Hit $3.75 for regular here in Chicago. What about you guys.
    Jesus!

    Where in Chicago you seeing that, a BP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkeybones
    Hit $3.75 for regular here in Chicago. What about you guys.
    Do they deliver it to your home for that price?

    Either that's a typo or you got screwed.

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    I'll fart in your tank for free.
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    Looking out my window at 76, the sign reads:

    $3.03
    $3.15
    $3.25

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    $3.39 I paid for 91 in South Lake yesterday..most places up there $3.49.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkeybones
    Hit $3.75 for regular here in Chicago. What about you guys.
    Holy Fucking Shit! Are there gold flakes in the gas? I filled up for 2.67/gallon in Denver yesterday.
    Last edited by Mybad!; 04-19-2006 at 02:58 PM.

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    3.08 for me today. 93 octane for the WRX. But soon, I move downtown and can public transport to work.
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    Utah aint to bad yet, but I will eat these words.

    $2.41 for 87 this am
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    $2.26-2.45 in Boise, Idaho. I still rode my motorcycle today.

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    was $1.12/liter in North van yesterday... not gonna be able to afford to go wheeling this summer...
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    $2.83 for 87 on the south shore of MA

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    $3.29 in Mammoth last w/e and $3.04 in Temecula this morning. Trip to Mammoth and back now running me $120 each w/e, ouch...gotta love taking it up the ass so oil companies can keep reporting record earnings each quarter.

    Hey Viva--noticed your location is now Swamis, I was just there (and at Pipes) lon a new longboard last Tues-Thurs...are you hitting the waves in Encinitas now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rugbydave
    was $1.12/liter in North van yesterday... not gonna be able to afford to go wheeling this summer...
    What is a liter?

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    Roo - take away the taxes and we pay more per gallon than you do.

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    Roo, it is the Euro that is primarily driving our high gas prices. Fuckin Frogs and Krauts again with the problems.

    Gas prices are a great example of people making irrational "feel good" choices that don't necessarily make good economic sense (eg: spending $ on a new high efficiency car instead of keeping the old guzzler going).
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    Funny how gases prices go up EVERY single summer. Every year there is some other reason.

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    Remember way back, a long time ago, when it was .99 a gallon and less. Man, I remember pushing my Honda into a gas station in highschool and filling up at less than .90 I believe. This was in the 80's of course. Just remembering the good days when you could put in 5.00 and not get laughed at.

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