Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by 90_EF_Hatch, Oct 13, 2008.
HOLY SHIT! i never thought i would see a 2 on front again ...
man, that's a daylifter - rep from cel! thanks
I wanna know how you got so much rep power
you can see what rep shes recently received.
its been in the 2s here for 2 weeks.
shi gas is still 369 in vegas for premium i want low gas prices lol and to run at the track it is 699 a gallon for 100 oct
3.39 here in bham
still 330-370 here
It was like $2.95 in Fredericksburg when I went home for Fall break.
I just find it weird how our economy is at the lowest its been for a while yet the gas prices are falling down below $3. Doesn't make sense, but hey, I'm not complaining.
same here, depends on the part of town, in franklin its still about 3.40-50. in antioch it around 3.20-30, in smyrna its 3.10, and in murfreesboro its most likey about 2.99.
B, it's $3 here for minimum. IT's worth it for you to drive the truck down here for a fill up.
im on the idaho/oregon border and we are at about 3.55-3.65 for regular last i checked.
$2.75 for regular, $3.05 fro premium.
everything is expensive in palm beach florida, i would LOVE to see gas under $3.00 but we arent even close yet..
i fill the truck at stop and shop. with my 40-50 cent savings from buying groceries, it doesnt make it so bad
The worse things get the more cautious people get about spending. They drive less, therefore demand goes down. If demand goes down significantly then the oil companies won't sell as much. They'll do better dropping the prices and having people continue to buy then keeping the prices high and having people say "fuck it, I just won't go out as much."
An over-simplification yes, but that's the gist of it, amongst other factors.
$2.85 in Metro Detroit by the way...
sourced from the AP
Oh ya well its finally dropped down to $0.99 here......
A LITRE BUAHHHAAAHAHA!!!
But seriously it hasent been under a dollar all summer, it peaked at $1.40 a litre so this is a good thing.
EDIT: Oops not $99.9 its $0.99.9
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