The Dog Days of Summer and Gasoline Prices

EagleGuy

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Well, the Gulf Coast dodged one bullet when Marco wimped out. However, it looks like Laura is acting more and more like a woman scorned. :D

Marco didn't Polo!
 
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Zunardo

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Well, the Gulf Coast dodged one bullet when Marco wimped out. However, it looks like Laura is acting more and more like a woman scorned. :D
There are two other variations on a theme that are absolute truths:

- Hell hath no fury like a woman's corns
- Hell hath no fury like a woman
 

thavoice

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Was nice to see 2 of the 3 local place go down 20 cents for this holiday weekend.
Now 1.89 and 1.90 for the two, and the other that is always well behind the times is still at $2.09. They have a tendency to keep it higher, and raise it, because they run low and run out of fuel. At least three times this past year they were without gas for days on end...
 

EagleGuy

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Was nice to see 2 of the 3 local place go down 20 cents for this holiday weekend.
Now 1.89 and 1.90 for the two, and the other that is always well behind the times is still at $2.09. They have a tendency to keep it higher, and raise it, because they run low and run out of fuel. At least three times this past year they were without gas for days on end...
Yeah, only down a dime here. But, it is at 1.90, too. Maybe, the hurricane did not disrupt too much?

Sounds like #3 may want to up it another nickel or so. Or, up the delivery schedule (if possible) No?
 
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EagleGuy

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Looks like the dog days are over in Denver. 92 degrees yesterday and this today:


What's that white stuff? ❄

Didn't realize it, but while Denver has had six instances where the temps have dropped 60 degrees or more in the winter, this is the first such summer massive drop.
 
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