(20:44:08) Tim: who called? (20:45:01) Dad: Ronnie. He told mom that gas is going up again but, now a $1.00 more (20:45:19) Dad: so, gas will be around $4.00 (20:45:29) Tim: that's... (20:45:31) Tim: wow (20:45:37) Tim: i'm at a loss for words (20:45:41) Tim: that's just retarded (20:45:48) Dad: REALLY
When I was at work, I watched them raise the sign at the gas station across the street from us. I thought I was immagining things when I saw $2.99, but as it got higher in the air, the more my jaw dropped and I became sick. $2.freaking99! I guess in Ft.Wayne, gas is $3.78 a gallon for premium. And I thought we had it bad.
- Posted by Jennz0rz (Guest) on August 31, 2005 at 08:15:27AM
meh I'm not complaining. Gas prices haven't changed THAT much in my lifetime. And if I don't like spending that much on gas, I'll just stop driving so much.
It sucks for people who have to drive 100 miles a day though.
- Posted by Luey (Guest) on August 31, 2005 at 09:58:07AM
Woohoo... a little longer and you will be paying our prices! :)
- Posted by Sean (Guest) on August 31, 2005 at 10:17:51AM
The reason I'm complaining is because everything else will be affected accordingly. Milk and bread are prime examples.
- Posted by tim (Guest) on August 31, 2005 at 04:00:15PM
:) Of course! You will probably witness some mild inflation in food prices etc. I am guessing that your boss won't be paying you any more than you allready earn to compensate for the 'inflation' either?
- Posted by Sean (Guest) on August 31, 2005 at 05:03:06PM
Ha! Of course not. We'll still be making the same amount of money that we're making now. Gas prices going up never changes that.. lol.
- Posted by Rae (Guest) on August 31, 2005 at 06:56:40PM
No, but it NEEDS to. Everything here in the states is dependant on the price of oil. Why should those of us that it affects the most not be compensated/adjusted/whatever for that effect?
- Posted by tim (Guest) on August 31, 2005 at 11:17:17PM