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Gas prices hit $8 in NJ, Pa. in Lukoil protest
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There is only one way to solve all this and that is by having independent truckers and trucking companies strike for a week. I have seen that one time in my life and gas prices went down by 30%.
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#3
That's why I buy bootleg gas from ARFA. The bad Russians in the gas business.

Good people make money by ripping off the middleman and the customer. Bad people make money by ripping off the government and passing some of the savings down to the middleman and the customer.
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#4
Gas Prices did not hit $8. Stop with the sensationalism already.

A few gas stations raised their prices to $8 as a protest, to make sure nobody would by Lukoil's gas.

To say that "Gas prices hit $8" is misleading and really just dishonest.
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(09-12-2012, 03:40 PM)ehidle Wrote: A few gas stations raised their prices to $8


Also misleading and dishonest.
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I was watching on the news that some local Lukoils here in PA had their prices marked at $9.99 to protest.  However, they weren't actually charging that price.  They just had it on their signs.  I'm betting that the gas stations in the article posted here were doing the same thing.
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Actually it was 9.99 a gallon. Some people paid it too.
I put 170 in my two trucks this week. I have a half a tank left in both. just enough to get to work for two days.Angry
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(09-14-2012, 07:49 PM)bogey1 Wrote: Actually it was 9.99 a gallon. Some people paid it too.
I put 170 in my two trucks this week. I have a half a tank left in both. just enough to get to work for two days.Angry
(leaving my last statement out due to a possible hit from the banhammer).


That sux.  Everything in the news suggested that the signs said one price and the pumps had the real price.  I'm guessing some stations didn't follow that and hosed the customers.
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if we really wanted to lower fuel prices, we would need to gut the epa, and start drilling and refining. it's the only real way. we send how much money to countries that hate us. they in turn feed militant groups that end up attacking us.

we are supplying the bullets to shoot us with. that doesn't seem to make much sense to me.
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#10
I watched a video the other day about the word trade center buildings (911).
Apparently it only costs $1.00 to produce a barrel of saudi oil.
Hmmmmm.
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