cwolf20: Still no word on why gas stations surrounding Louisville, KY cost 80 cents less than gas stations in downtown Louisville
iheartscotch: I've always wondered why we don't have price controls on oil and gas. We are, more or less, a captive market.
God-is-a-Taco: Why yes, it's national treasure Matt Taibbi.I'll never understand the Rolling Stone thing.
meanyogurt: It's almost as if there was a large populous country with a growing demand for the stuff...http://au.businessinsider.com/no-chinese-hard-landing-2013-5
imfallen_angel: Next to be looked into should be the taxes on gas, which consist of 75% (or more) of the prices, supposed to be for road maintenance and such....The roads are so bad that I feel that I'm always going through an obstacle course every day.One particular pothole was so bad that even at low speed, with passengers, I ended up touching the ground with the axel, and that was trying to go around it.
LessO2: Only wish electric cars had more range and would be more affordable. Would love to tell Big Oil to suck it.
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