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by humblepie  Nov 27, 2014

happy thanksgiving to you and yours

by 40niner  Nov 20, 2014

Would you be interested in: a new one with twist in rules: Counting backwards from 100-0 by 2's. SAME one post-per person-per day. The TWIST is when the game is done and a new game starts everyone also starts again following the one post-per person-per day. Remember it is a game so have fun and good luck. See you in the winners circle. Ed. http://www.winnipeggasprices.com/Forum_MSG.aspx?master=&category=1235&topic=589810&page_no=1&FAV=Y

by fuzzyscout  Oct 31, 2014

By the way, I forgot to add to my last post, that I like your ID "photo." (That right eye could use a monocle though.)

by fuzzyscout  Oct 31, 2014

I am confused. I was responding to your post (which I can't locate now) that said that gas prices now are "considerably higher" than in 1980. I think that is demonstrably wrong. Your message to me addressed the subsequent (to 1980) drop in prices, but I wasn't referring to that, but only the statement that prices now are higher than in 1980. My research indicates that is not correct.

by fuzzyscout  Oct 31, 2014

Ré your post concerning 1980 gasoline prices: There are different ways of calculating the worth of the dollar in the past (percentage of GDP; how long workers in various categories had to labor to pay for a commodity, etc.) so one might arrive at slightly different figures using different methods, but the inflation-adjusted price of gasoline in 2013 dollars was about $3.44. I am not a professional mathematician, but I believe that $3.44 not only is not "considerably higher" than gas prices today, it is lower (by about half a buck around here) than in 1980. I also remember sitting in some pretty long gas lines then.

by dallfo  Aug 17, 2014

It's amazing how far over the line some governments and some businesses will go.

by dallfo  Aug 16, 2014

Thank you for a very enlightening article. I lived on both Honshu and Kyushu, relatively near the Fukushima reactor and not that far from Minamata. I had never heard about the mercury poisoning at Minamata. That article is an eye-opener. You should start posting articles.

by dallfo  Aug 13, 2014

Good article. You've just been pumped. Have a great day.

by umomom  Aug 13, 2014

guess you have to be pretty bad to get banned........just a thought......

by pinkelefant  Aug 12, 2014

They can't write on their whiteboard. A Chemist should understand that. LOL

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