Re: But it might save you a few bucks on gas
- From: Debs <YOURFOOTdebs02114@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 04 Jul 2008 01:26:51 -0400
OG, I be... I agree with you 100%!! I just don't want to get started now because a huge rant will ensue...
How U be? MJ (and anybody else living close to the Mexican border)
needs to drive in to Mexico to fill up. CNN had them at about $3.30 a
gallon just a walk over the California border. It woulldn't be enough
to make a dent, unless you owned your own tanker truck, but if we paid
taxes to the Mexican government, instead of our own for gas, they
might decide to regulate fuel prices in the US. They could afford to
do it if they stopped pouring billions a week in to the money pit of
Iraq. Who still isn't producing any oil and if they ever do will never
pay back the hundreds of billions we've invested with cheap petrol.
You see how our friends in Kuwait have paid us back for defending
their country. Where the hell are they when we need help? Damn right,
filling up their ocean liner sized yachts with 26 cent a gallon
deisel. With friends like those, who needs ememas?
On Jul 3, 6:52 am, Debs <YOURFOOTdebs02...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
My lowest is $3.99. Much better than yours Juba. Sorry about that. $4.47
seems to be so so so high!! Is your gas usually a lot higher than other
places, i.e. do you have really high gas taxes?
I M Hurting <D...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message:
A handy link to MSN to find the best price on gas in your area.
Replace the 90210 with the zip code you want to check.
The cheapest price in my area is $4.47 :-(- Hide quoted text -
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