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by 67SS396C  Apr 06, 2014

If you usually go opposite of CR then you must not be a member.

by sarasotasingle  Apr 01, 2014

Thank you for noticing my 302 Consecutive Days, I am not going to be posting anymore, Be happy for me , I am getting Married tomorrow and moving to her home country of Brazil. I enjoyed the chats and posts, Your GB..AL

by FarmHillBarb  Mar 16, 2014

Good morning! May you begin this day with a smile on your face, and with happiness for your soul to embrace. Barb :)

by goldieolds  Mar 09, 2014

Thank you, I checked it out. It's for lunch. The dinner one was for $399 for 8 people. The one for Signature was lunch, also. I appreciate your trying to help, though.

by LanguageMan1  Mar 08, 2014

"All Fords should be built here" I can almost fully agree! Same with GM and Chrysler to a great extent. Can't hog everything though either. Wouldn't be wise either. Have a great day and weekend.

by LanguageMan1  Mar 07, 2014

That's AVERAGE price there sometime soon.

by LanguageMan1  Mar 07, 2014

What they will do at some point is to export some of what WE need here at home, just like they do with the gasoline. By-the-way, most likely we’re all going up on gas prices. We had just started a downward trend here, but that’s over now. We had three or four stations down to $3.13 a gallon, now they're back up to $3.33 and $3.35 a gallon. The last one just went back up yesterday. One station in Miami is already $3.89 a gallon. I'd get gassed up now as it's going up more. I wish I could have told everyone yesterday, but I couldn't make it online other than to post prices in the morning. Sorry. You're going to see the price at about $3.71 to $3.79 or more there sometime soon.

by LanguageMan1  Mar 07, 2014

In addition to that, he didn't tell all the truth. When we're paying more for energy at any level, we're going to pay more for everything else. Everything that's shipped the cost will be affected by higher prices on the wholesale and retail markets.

by LanguageMan1  Mar 07, 2014

If you took the extra 1.2 mbpd or so off of the markets, they'd already have the price up to $112 to $127 a barrel knowing them. They'll use any excuse they can to get the prices higher and they do anything they can. I'd imagine that they'll ship part of what WE need out of our own domestic supply, to increase the prices more. They do it with gasoline and diesel, and we import twice the amount of gasoline that we export to others. They do it to fill their own pockets. Plus, you have to remember what Obama and many in his administration and in Congress and elsewhere want: They want oil and gas to be higher. They want gas at the pump to be $5 and $6 and more a gallon. Some of them want to increase the gas tax at the Federal level by 50 cents to $2 a gallon. Keep in mind, Obama said "...if my agenda is passed, you're going to pay more for your energy and electricity..."

by LanguageMan1  Mar 07, 2014

NRU! "That's what they told us about drill baby drill too - gas is almost as bad as when it was $140/bbl oil, they lie and no one calls them on it. Until energy is basically free here, there is no reason to export it - most of the beneficiaries are foreign" I have to respond to that because you need to realize who runs the country. It's not the politicians alone, it's the ultra-wealthy, the big Banks, the Fed and the people in it and associated with it, Big Oil, the automakers, and a helluva lot of others. I'm not in favor of ALL the fracking they're doing, but the drilling and production of oil or natural gas or the refining of it here is better for prices on the world's markets as well as our own and what we're all paying at the pump, for our electric bills, for food, etc. If they export only the surplus, it won't hurt us.

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