Why the high Gasoline prices?...

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Higher gasoline prices caused by the shortage of oil. The less oil we have, the higher the price at the pump. There are a lot of folks that can't understand how we ran out of oil here in the USA.

Well, here's the answer: It's simple... nobody bothered to check the oil. We didn't know we were getting low! The reason for that is obviously geographical, all the oil is in Texas and Oklahoma, and all the dipsticks are in Washington, D.C.!!!


-- Sysman (y2kboard@yahoo.com), July 27, 2000


Everybody bend over. Sysman wants to check your oil.

-- (nemesis@awol.com), July 27, 2000.

Someone give Clueless Sysman the news. Gas futures dropped 20 cents in the last few weeks.

-- cpr (buytexas@swbell.net), July 27, 2000.

Good one there Nemisis....too darned funny, where'd ya buy that cents of humor? ROFLMAO....

Dont be offended sysman, I liked your comment to bout washington, thanks guys/gals, I needed the laughter today. :-0

xoxo, sumer

-- consumer (shh@aol.com), July 27, 2000.

Gas prices are high because you'll pay them. Next question?

BTW, do you want unleaded or hi-test, sir?

-- Grease Monkey (joe.in.overalls@gas.station.net), July 28, 2000.

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