I have this BLOG so that I can comment on other BLOGS.
It's a very boring BLOG.
You are welcome here. Come on in. But don't say I didn't tell ya. It's B-o-r-i-n-g.
my theory is that now since heating oil season is over they have to find some other way to bleed us.
You may be right Lime.Yesterday I went into a gas station and asked for two dollars worth of gas..... The clerk farted and gave me a receipt.
They may move to Arkansas, TLP. But they won't stay. Right, Bill? Hilary?I'm told the prices are spiking 'cause the refineries are being shifted to the production of "summer gas" - and some of them, having to be shut down anyway, are shut down for longer for "maintenance". Which means, of course, that any time Big Oil needs a price spike to meet Wall Street profit projections - hey presto, here comes a refinery shutdown "for maintenance". Think feet.
I hope the spike in gas prices does not effect the price of beer.
I love spinach--let's go!
I am in the middle of a sit-down over gas prices! I don't go much of anyplace I don't absolutely have to go (except last Mon. when I drove 70 miles to meet a blogger).
pheu...I don´t have an uncle :) Got out of moving to Arkansas I guess!
They have been rising here for certain. Guess I'll have to get my bicycle out! Geesh! I hope they start going down instead of rising higher.
Which are the flat States Lucy in case I have to ride a bike when I visit?
Gas isn't that cheap in Arkansas.
LOL on your response to Lime, TLP!I'm with Doug. If the gas in Arkansas were free, I still wouldn't go.
Now, I'm not (of course) making fun of Arkansas. But I'll just walk before I move there.
yeah -- i'm in no rush to move to Arkansas, either. in keeping with your hilarious response to Lime: when i first started reading this post, i thought you were gonna suggest we all move someplace like the "Broccoli Capital", i.e. Greenfield, CA. ; ) xox
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