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3.69 gas today.......and away we go !

bdtex

Administrator
Staff member
Just asking, what was it a year ago__________________thx
You've already asked me that once in this thread and I told you I don't know. Don't really care either. Not gonna look it up either.
 

Dawg

President
Supporting Member
You've already asked me that once in this thread and I told you I don't know. Don't really care either. Not gonna look it up either.
but, you post Today price
I remember price of gas election day 2020--$1.59 a gallon
So you don't care, good
 

TBLee

Governor
Heating oil prices are still up a great deal! Running between $4.40 and $5.00 a gallon. It averaged less than half of that a year ago, and even lower two years ago. It will be a long cold winter for many.
 

Dawg

President
Supporting Member
GOP near-depressions are very good for gas prices.
Where in your senile mind do you post this shit from, affordable gas, 50 year low unemployment, food 13.1%+ cheaper and rent cost not creating homelessness

You're here posting Joe's lie's high cost of fuel is due to Putin while posting now how low gas is........

You're a fruit cake leftist
 

Bugsy McGurk

President
Where in your senile mind do you post this shit from, affordable gas, 50 year low unemployment, food 13.1%+ cheaper and rent cost not creating homelessness

You're here posting Joe's lie's high cost of fuel is due to Putin while posting now how low gas is........

You're a fruit cake leftist
You were apparently in a cave during the Trump near-depression.

It was horrible. The demand for oil was so low it was trading at negative prices. It cost more to store in than it was worth.

Your cult leader.
 
What are you saying?
1. You are in a Republican run state.
2. Gas is 1.69 cent above what it should have been all along if Biden had not effed up in the first place.
3. National average is still 4.25



Hawaii$5.527$5.728$5.962$6.096
Illinois$4.827$5.324$5.693$5.563
Massachusetts$4.522$5.017$5.304$5.676
Maryland$4.306$4.806$5.090$5.317
Maine$4.634$5.059$5.361$5.696
Michigan$4.420$4.883$5.238$5.671
Minnesota$4.332$4.690$5.050$5.372
New Jersey$4.462$5.025$5.268$5.516
New Mexico$4.169$4.506$4.765$5.172
Nevada$5.140$5.397$5.595$5.538
New York$4.579$5.012$5.340$5.803
Oregon$5.169$5.387$5.596$6.191
Pennsylvania$4.555$4.943$5.214$5.759
Rhode Island$4.488$5.029$5.333$5.698
Washington$5.123$5.366$5.538$6.164
Vermont$4.535$5.060$5.443$5.416




It was $1.89/gallon when Trump left office.
 
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