Cabin 4 what I never can get is over where the refineries are on 80 north by the carcanis bridge you would think gas is cheaper as thye do not have to haul it so far. but those stations are more. The same was true in NJ near Newark Air port and gas was cheaper at the ocean 30 miles south, where I lived.
In north Texas I paid 2.81 a gallon when I filled my truck up yesterday morning. At 1600 later that day the same place, still the cheapest in the area, was 2.84 a gallon. Man this is a bummer...thank God my commute to work is only 6 miles away. Thats still considerably shorter a commute than I had when gas hit the 3.92 a gallon here during the last gas gouging period a couple of years or so back. So I guess I shouldnt really complain.
Ouch on the heating oil. We paid 75 cents a gallon about 15 years ago. We switched to natural gas about five years ago and have not regretted that. Too bad US lamebrain policy is to use portable natural gas for bad and wasteful applications like power plants that could be powered with other fuels. Instead we are wasting a finite resource that could be better applied elsewhere.
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