The Price of Gas

October 15, 2014 at 12:48 am (Uncategorized)

Hey, post number 800!

As with most other motorists, I drive with one eye on the road and one eye of the price of gas. And if there’s one thing I know, it’s that  any problem, anywhere in the world, means the price of gas will go up.

  • Vladimir Putin gets a cold – prices go up.
  • Sanctions against Iran – prices go up.
  • Rain in Texas – prices go up
  • And of course, holiday weekend, prices go up

Well yesterday was Thanksgiving in Canada , and for the last couple of years, gas prices for regular have been between $1.30 a litre and $1.39 a litre (sorry, if you don’t understand the metric system, but it really does make more sense. Join the rest of the world. And yes, I am spelling it litre) 

Yesterday, the price of gas nearest me was $1.16 a litre!

To make matters more confusing, the fact that ISIS is making millions of dollars a day from the oil fields it controls makes me wonder. Is ISIS reducing the price of gas, and would people be in such a panic over ISIS if it meant continued cheap gas?

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2 Comments

  1. Rude said,

    80 cents a litre down here in Florida!

    • fischerzed said,

      !!!

      Hey, are you guys touring there?

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