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philh

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Posted: 09/17/19 10:18am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

time2roll wrote:

Oil is back down today. Panic is over. Half the spike is gone.

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/CL=F?p=CL=F

dang it, I didn't fill in time... and by the time I do need to fill up, the crises will be completely over.

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philh wrote:

time2roll wrote:

Oil is back down today. Panic is over. Half the spike is gone.

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/CL=F?p=CL=F

dang it, I didn't fill in time... and by the time I do need to fill up, the crises will be completely over.


Not to worry. I’m sure the next crisis is right around the corner.


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Mex,

Think you need to get back on your "meds"..


Pretty much when I see "MEXICOWANDERER" I scroll by until the next post.

Half the time I can't figure out if the guy is trying to be sacastic, is serious, or is just rambling on about something unrelated to the discussion at hand. I've given up trying to decipher what he writes.


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larry cad wrote:

larry cad wrote:

Current price for diesel (today Sept. 14, 2019) in my area, per Gas Buddy ranges from low $2.79 to high $3.19, and with gas low $2.39 to high $2.75. Will check back in a few days with an update!


Sept. 15, 2019 Gas Buddy ranges from low $2.79 to high $3.19, and with gas low $2.39 to high $2.75

No change yet!


Sept. 17, Gas Buddy ranges from low $2.80 to high $3.25, and with gas low $2.39 to high $2.85

Slight change.


Today is my personal best for most consecutive days alive.

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ljr wrote:

philh wrote:

time2roll wrote:

Oil is back down today. Panic is over. Half the spike is gone.

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/CL=F?p=CL=F

dang it, I didn't fill in time... and by the time I do need to fill up, the crises will be completely over.


Not to worry. I’m sure the next crisis is right around the corner.


“Nothing to see here, Move Along”.........

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Pretty much when I see "MEXICOWANDERER" I scroll by until the next post.

Ya think maybe it's not intentional? Wotta hoot.

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That's the most eloquent way to describe blather that I've ever read.

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maillemaker wrote:

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Mex,

Think you need to get back on your "meds"..


Pretty much when I see "MEXICOWANDERER" I scroll by until the next post.

Half the time I can't figure out if the guy is trying to be sacastic, is serious, or is just rambling on about something unrelated to the discussion at hand. I've given up trying to decipher what he writes.
When you get posts like this one: "Of course not but tel ju IT to the state" you do have to wonder if he is getting close to the worm in a bottle of tequila or if his cat walked across his keyboard. When he posts in the real world it becomes very obvious, very quickly, that his views on personal finance do not align with mine. I don't sweat the potential of a $.25 increase in gas prices. I couldn't tell you if the price today is lower or higher than it was yesterday, last week, last month or last year. When I need gas, I fill up. That is my only management plan for fuels. Others do things differently.

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pianotuna wrote:

Do a little research. You may find that in the East, Quebec is the bottle neck. To the South (USA) we have no control over access. To the West the twinning of the existing line has to go through environmental hoops and hearings. (And no, I'm not a capital L liberal).

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joebedford wrote:

Buy CANADIAN oil, not blood oil.


I agree but how do you do that with a man-child as our Prime Minister blocking our own pipelines?


Piano, that's exactly what I said. The PM has the power to build the Quebec extension (pipelines are federally approved) but he's staying out of it, letting that twit Quebec Premier Legault stop it. As for the west, it's all about liberal activist judges inventing excuses that there was not enough "community consulting". Total BS. The president of Trans Mountain personally visited hundreds of people on the pipeline route and gave his personal cell number to them to discuss any problems. It's liberal judges that are choking the economic life from western Canada.
I believe if that little S^&tstain Trudeau gets re-elected, the West should separate.

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