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ITS A FRIKKEN Gas Stampede!! ITS...GASOGEDDON!! 5.79 NO WAIT, UP TO 6.21 a gallon!! with link.
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[quote:khnum 455005:MV8yMDA4Nzk2XzMzNzUxOTI0XzhEODQzNTE4] [quote:Fred 24737670:MV8yMDA4Nzk2XzMzNzUxODc5XzhGODBEN0Q3] [quote:NalloArt:MV8yMDA4Nzk2XzMzNzUwMjM1XzU3NzFCQzRC] [quote:Anonymous Coward 23343468:MV8yMDA4Nzk2XzMzNzUwMDk2XzM3MTNEMTE1] geez, people are so gas oriented. Losers. Get a bike. [/quote] Ever been to California, dude? Especially San Diego you either have a car or take the bus. You can't walk on freeways and highways. I lived in Chula Vista for eight years so believe when I say, gas for cars is a very big deal there. [/quote] Thats Southern California, plenty of places in Northern CA are walkable. You can walk from Felton to Santa Cruz over park trails, take a bus to San Jose, take a train to SF, walk over the Golden Gate bridge all the way to Mt. Tam and beyond if you feel like it. You'll never catch me moving to Southern California. You'd be extremely dependent on the flow of oil and water over vast distances. In San Francisco you could put a bucket under a tree in the Presidio overnight and gather enough condensed fog to drink for a day. Could use some more bike trails here though, only good ones I know of are in Monterey. [/quote] Congratulations you make the cut Fred. [/quote]
some stations have closed..
As a result, wholesale prices have jumped nearly 73 cents a gallon over the last week. Experts predict that stations are about to pass on that cost to California drivers this week, and there's nothing drivers can do about it.
According to fuel analysts, we could see a jump of 10 to 30 cents a gallon in a matter of days.
What's causing this price spike? The problem is low production blamed on several oil refinery outages due to the extreme heat and continuing problems from an oil refinery fire in Northern California this summer.
californa doom only!
Bet you outa state peeps are lovin it
link to abclocal.go.com
link to www.californiagasprices.com
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