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Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23825
Mon May 28 2007 01:58 PM
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Professor you were absolutely right. That Ice Cold Coors did hit the spot. Gas prices range from $3.22 to $3.45 here today.


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Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23826
Mon May 28 2007 02:13 PM
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Coors !
That's what they swall'er in Colo.
Thought yaw'll had BETTER STUFF than that up there !

Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23827
Mon May 28 2007 02:42 PM
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On the plains of Colorado
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Colorado Kool-aid!!!!! i'm reaching for one myself....


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Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23828
Mon May 28 2007 03:14 PM
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Hard to find good beer up here now. Oly, Hamms, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Rainier and Lucky are gone. Mostly foo, foo micros now. LOL The old timers are getting the shakes up here. Stuck with Coors I guess.


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Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23829
Mon May 28 2007 03:17 PM
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7 miles from Texas in Louisian...
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7 miles from Texas in Louisian...
Still holding at $3.11 per gallon for the cheap stuff.
What is it in your neck of the woods?
thanks Jeff-ro for reminding everyone what this topic is about.
On the subject of beer......I like Miller.
I was aways told and still believe the best tasting beer is FREE BEER!!!!
So whatever brand you bring Dick to Iowa gas, Jeff and I will help you drink it and it will taste just fine.

Paddy.....Wanted. Cheap gas and FREE BEER!!


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Wanted. Billups, Ride with Rose, Har-V, LORECO, STANOCOLA, Pan Am (early), Hurricane, Evangeline, Canal, Gulf Coast, oil companies.
Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23830
Mon May 28 2007 03:22 PM
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Simi Valley, Ca, USA
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Arco stations selling regular here for $3.29 a gallon.

Make my own brew: Old Factory Whistle--One blast and you're through for the day!

Cheers =:> )

Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23831
Mon May 28 2007 04:03 PM
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I forgot to answer the question!
Gas at Imperial Oil station here in the Great White North (Southern Ontario) today was $1.089C per liter.
That works out to $4.94C per Imperial Gallon.
At today's exchange rate of $1.0815USD per $1.00C, that works out to $3.80USD per USGallon.

(There's 3.78 liters in 1 USGallon.)


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Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23832
Mon May 28 2007 04:11 PM
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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH

"LOVE IS IN THE AIR"

WAY TO GO DICK !!!! YOU REALLY GOT THINGS TURNED AROUND IN A HURRY.

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH LOVE IS IN THE AIR

Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23833
Mon May 28 2007 04:16 PM
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Hey Dick...You said "Time Out - Lets all have a cold one" Will that effect my beer prices? You know, supply and demand issue we all have been reading about.(LOL)

Interesting topic...I just dont feel educated enough to chime in.

On this day, a BIG thanks to all veterans...I buried my father last week, who was a Korean war vet, made me proud to have his Army issued flag next to him at his funeral.

Kurt

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Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23834
Mon May 28 2007 04:34 PM
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DANG!!!!!

I wish the powers to be would go and and look at what I posted on another thread.... AND THIS GOES ON!!!!


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Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23835
Mon May 28 2007 04:55 PM
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Paddy,
IF, I re-lid the cans, will ya still drink it ?

Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23836
Mon May 28 2007 05:15 PM
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WE'RE THE CHOSEN ONES LARRY !

SURE IS LONELY OUT ON THE ROCK.

Always looking for more oldgas members. LOL

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Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23837
Mon May 28 2007 06:52 PM
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Guess I'm not educated enough to talk on this point either? But I can drink beer. LOL


Brian


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Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23838
Mon May 28 2007 06:57 PM
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paducah ky
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I paid $ 1.43 a gallon friday.. PROPANE!!
I bought a 94 dodge 4x4 last year from the local propane co. Its got an 80 gallon tank in the bed. The truck gets about 10 mpg,BUT, Unless I know where there is a propane co at,and open when I need to fill up,I cant really take off on a 400 mile 1 way journey,cuz when its out I gotta walk!!!!!


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Re: IT's RIP OFF TIME AGAIN!!!!!! #23839
Mon May 28 2007 07:21 PM
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Perspective: Does the circa .25/gallon affect you more positive or negative. That is the bottom line that shapes everyone's opinion. As Seth outlined, in Oklahoma (and surrounding oil/gas producting states) the overall economy is in a boom.

Personally, I hope to see the current trend last for 3-5 more years...if not longer. Also, predictions of gas prices curtailing somewhere in the $3.50-4.00 range will be reality unless demand decreases. However I am jaded, my livelihood is enhanced greatly when there are strong oil prices and more importantly when the gas industry is on the upswing.

PS: (for Seth) God Bless Boone Pickens and high energy cost!! (inside joke)


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