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    fill up last night for $3.11. this morning it is at $3.35.
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    3.16 at all the gas stations in town at 9:15 this morning. Came back thru town from dog training at 11:30 and they had all jumped to 3.29. It was 3.09 when I filled up on Tuesday.
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    High gas prices is all part of the plan. Buck up, America. Quit your whining and go out buy a Garbage Motor Volt for $40K or a horse. Better yet, just freaking walk to work because Barack's in charge and he knows what he's doing. Just buck up.

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    Returned from a road trip Tues. and filled up in southern Va., $2.95. Todays' price, $3.25. OUCH!

    High gas prices is all part of the plan. Buck up, America. Quit your whining and go out buy a Garbage Motor Volt for $40K or a horse. Better yet, just freaking walk to work because Barack's in charge and he knows what he's doing. Just buck up.

    We live in Cuba now.
    Already have horses--priced hay and grain lately? They've gone up more than gas. And, we no longer live in Cuba now, we live in Somalia!
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    Paid $3.09 for regular today in MO. I expected it to be higher, but glad it wasn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julie R. View Post
    Returned from a road trip Tues. and filled up in southern Va., $2.95. Todays' price, $3.25. OUCH!



    Already have horses--priced hay and grain lately? They've gone up more than gas. And, we no longer live in Cuba now, we live in Somalia!
    So why is it that our 4-legged friends can't apply for any of Barack's stash? There are 44 million (and rising daily) Americans on food stamps so why not our horses and dogs, too. They also suffer because of the easy money policies of Barakeh Obama and the Chairsatan of the Criminal Reserve, Ben the Ber-Nank.

    They gotta eat, too!!!

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    Y'all are making me sick.....

    Here I sit with TWO diesel trucks.......can't fill them for $100.

    Diesel is up to $3.89 gal.

    WRL

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRL View Post
    Y'all are making me sick.....

    Here I sit with TWO diesel trucks.......can't fill them for $100.

    Diesel is up to $3.89 gal.

    WRL
    Itís kind of taken the advantage away from owning a diesel truck unless you just absolutely need one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goose View Post
    So why is it that our 4-legged friends can't apply for any of Barack's stash?
    All that corn that used to go into livestock feed is needed for ethanol. Never mind that each gal.of ethanol takes over a gallon of gas to produce, our Dear Leader can earnestly claim it's reducing our dependence on foreign oil ::::eyeroll::::
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    Just filled up here in SacTown at the cheapy station. $3.44 for the unleaded. Up from $3.21 last week.

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