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The War on Gas

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Last Edited: September 3, 2005, 12:26 am

I've got to start keeping up with the news.

I was reading comments on a blog on another website and made an alarming discovery.

Evidently, President Bush has declared a War on Gas! 

The blog comment I was reading didn't say that. 

I deduced it my ownself with my lightning quick mind.  The person who made the comment had gone out to pick up emergency aid supplies to send with a transport to help the hurricane victims. 

Had to gas up the car on the way to Walmart.  Paid $4.95 per gallon.

Okay.  Probably we've all been wondering why gas prices were going so high without any obvious decrease in availability.  Or maybe all of you knew, but because I'm so reclusive I just missed it.

Whoopee! 

We might pay more, buy by gollee, a lot of people are going to get rich without winning the lottery, and there's gonna be plenty to go around.  Genius, our prez.  Picked the only way possible to be sure Americans will always have a surplus of petroleum.

Jack

 

 

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Comments

1.
ToddComment by Todd - September 3, 2005, 10:34 am
There was one absolutely correct statement in there: "Genius, our prez." You may have ment it sarcastically, but I take it as a truism.

Where are all those spinning, morphing pictures coming from? Do you make them, or what?

-Todd
2.
Comment by Rip Snorter - September 3, 2005, 10:48 am
Morning Todd:

Thanks for the comment.
I fool around with those things, the animations... just messing around with them trying to see what can be done.

I don't see a lot of signs of genius floating around the political arena. I'll admit some politicos might struggle their way up to average, however, on a good day.

Jack
3.
Comment by sagan - September 3, 2005, 8:40 pm
it is my understanding oil executives are gloating about the extraordinary profits in todays market.

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