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  • #16
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    The part that really irritates me is when the price of crude goes up $1.00 a barrel the price at the pump goes up say $.05¢. The next day the price of crude drops $1.00 a barrel and the price at the pump stays the same. Next day, the price of crude goes up $1.00 to equal the price that it was two days prior but the price at the pump goes up another $.05¢. So the same $1.00 increase in the price of crude actually generates two price hikes at the pump. To add insult to injury, when the price at the pump does happen to fall it only goes down a smaller portion then the previous increase in crude caused it to rise.
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    • #17
      Re: gas jump

      The price of oil has nothing to do with the price to produce a barrel or whether ones currency is up or down its to do with how greedy companies like shell, mobil and others feel on the day just take the Easter Holidays coming up hear in Australia the price will increase on Easter Thursday and will go down when all go back to work which happens whenever holidays are on.

      Tony

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      • #18
        Re: gas jump

        Its about $2.75 in indy, thinking of buying a horse.

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        • #19
          Re: gas jump

          Originally posted by sand n sun View Post
          Its about $2.75 in indy, thinking of buying a horse.
          Yes that would be a good idea but how much is it going to cost to run a horse the car has got us by the balls and I like travelling faster than thirty miles an hour far long periods of time which a horse cannot.

          Tony

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