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Thread: Gas Prices

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    Expert karlsgunbunker's Avatar

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    There is plenty of Oil, it's the refinery's that are the choke point.
    Thanks to the tree huggers and the EPA, there hasn't been a new refinery built in the US since the late 70's.

    It don't matter how much you pump if you can't refine it's no good.

    I think the price of oil is more of a reflection of the dollars loss of value than an oil shortage.

    Hell CANADIAN money is worth more than the US dollar.

    Never thought I'd live to see that

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    Bush is a Texas oil man. I'm sure he's benefiting from these prices.

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    Heres my ride 10in lift on 38.5 Super Swampers gets 7.6mpg good thing I only live 8 miles from work

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    Grandmaster turnandshoot4's Avatar

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    The value of the dollar is absolutley CRAZY. It was said two weeks ago that we weren't in a recession. HA! $100 per barrel isn't helping either. There is always this option, The Air Car - zero pollution and very low running costs

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    Wow that is some bad mileage Nice looking truck though


    Quote Originally Posted by KDUBCR250 View Post
    7.6mpg good thing I only live 8 miles from work

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    Quote Originally Posted by turnandshoot4 View Post
    The value of the dollar is absolutley CRAZY. It was said two weeks ago that we weren't in a recession. HA! $100 per barrel isn't helping either. There is always this option, The Air Car - zero pollution and very low running costs
    Anything that needs electricity to charge, isnt solving the problem until our power plants have a renewable resource. Nuclear Power is the way to go! The Europeans already can recycle the waste water from the nuclear plants. Then the cars can be charged without using fossil fuels or coal.
    Opinions expressed by me are not my actual opinions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-14 View Post
    Bush is a Texas oil man. I'm sure he's benefiting from these prices.
    Kinda sounds like something Rosie O'Donnell would say. Maybe Joy Behar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bwframe View Post
    Kinda sounds like something Rosie O'Donnell would say. Maybe Joy Behar?
    If you sold ammo and prices went up wouldn't you benefit? Just cause mini-14 made the statement doesn't mean he is a Rosie O'Donnell (gun ban advocate).

    We can go to solar power, wind power. Been north up 41 lately? So many windmills you wouldn't believe.

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    Fed Head Bernancke bears a good deal of the current blame. His relentless interest rate cuts have devalued the dollar. Oil, which is traded in dollars, becomes cheaper for other, newly stronger currencies, which encourages them to buy more. Devalued dollars also means it takes more for us to buy that barrel of oil, which drives up inflation.

    Raise interest rates to empower the dollar and you'll see both oil and inflation drop.
    Fishbowl of Bud, Ma'am.

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    What was the miles per gallon on that Dodge before you put the monster wheels on?


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