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It was $2.80/gallon across Denver metro today.

Has anyone been to Moab or Grand Junction in the past week to post prices from there?

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$2.79 Northeast Arkansas, 12 miles from the Missouri state line.
 

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I heard that the national avg will soon be $3.00 but that it shouldn't last long before it goes down again. They were saying that a lot of this has to do with several refineries being off line due to Katrina but that those should be back on line soon.
 

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351cleveland said:
.I love GW......he's the greatest president ever....[thats sarcasm]

You can't possibly still be on that bandwagon? You can blame him for a lot of things sure, but oil prices? Come on now, that is just ignorance. Major oil producers control the price. As well as supply and demand. Take a simple economics class.
 

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i'm not going to waste the gas to check out the gas station by my house so i'll go with what i saw on the way to work last night.

2.96/gal for regular at BP in illinois.

i believe something around 2.86/gal in indiana.
 

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:banghead Well get used to it folks. The oil companies have got us were they want us and they know it. Did anyone forget the gas crunch of the seventies? The car manufactures made better cars and got better gas mileage and the price went down. Now everyone runs around in huge motorhome size suvs that get ???? to the gallon becuase of their size it doesn't even have to be reported. In my 89 dodge 4x4 with a v-6 I got around 20-24 mpg. Just looked up the 2007 Dodge Dakota with 3.7L V6 210HP 16/20 mpg . Figure it out. Whay are we getting worse gas mileage out of our cars now when technolgy is so much more advanced?

Think about this:The country's largest gas supplier has come under fire in recent days with record profits and a $400 million dollar retirement package for the company's former CEO.

400 million to retire????????


And this is just going to be a vicous curve...high gas prices mean less profit for companies that need to ship, so that means higher consumer goods.

Glad we started a war in a oil rich country because that just caused upstability and that is what is driving up the prices. Not actual shortages but the thought that there might be? Damn and to think about how much oil America is sitting on. Bush needs to loosen up some of our reserves because unlike him I do not get my gas paid for by someone else. :banghead :banghead
 

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Just paid $2.99 in southeast NH for 93 octane (for the bike, not the bronco).
 

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I just paid $2.95/gallon for regular 87 octane just outside Grand Rapids MI. Big Blue 89...youre right on.
 
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