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11-16-2007 01:54 PM
Snowjoe Yeah, here your looking at about$8 a gallon. Plus the cars are alot cheaper in the US. We have friends over there and they had the same exact car as us, it cost them the same amount in dollars as ours did in pounds. So about half the price. Stuff like that is why I cant afford to learn to drive combined with insurance and lesson cost. Urg.
11-16-2007 01:48 PM
killclimbz That is some funny shite, and serious too!

Wow, that is some stoopids shite to kill over.

Snowjoe, I hear ya. US gas prices have been so ridiculously low for so long. I've heard in Europe many places are over $4 a liter for gas. You don't even get a gallon...
11-16-2007 01:20 PM
Snowjoe If only it cost that much here.
11-16-2007 01:19 PM
Mooz
When guns and gas prices collide!

Gas station owner shoots another over a $.03 gas price difference

My favorite part of the article
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While police are still swarming the Marathon station, the BP has jacked up its prices. WXYZ's Bill Proctor reports that as soon as the owner's body was taken away, workers at BP changed the price-per-gallon of unleaded from $2.96 to $3.09.

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