I guess if you the only game in town, people have to play.
I see that caddman hasn't drank the kook-aid.
Bless his heart, he took the red pill and decided that he liked it. Reminds me of the apple that Eve was munching on.
So they can expect a 105% increase in the price of gas to maintain the illusion?? LolLooks like those who chose to go green in norway are now regretting their decision.
Electric Vehicle Charging in Oslo, Norway is Now More than Twice as Expensive as Filling Gas-Powered Vehicle
Electric Vehicle Charging in Oslo, Norway is Now More than Twice as Expensive as Filling Gas-Powered Vehicle | The Gateway Pundit | by Jim HoftIt is now more than twice as expensive to charge an electric vehicle in Norway’s capital, Oslo, than to fill up a gas-powered vehicle.www.thegatewaypundit.com
Me neither.You're probably not wrong Rodburner. They have to give you an "incentive" to want to change to electric. Which is why so many oil places have been shut down.
You may not know this, but when obama was president, he did the same thing to coal. Pushing the price of their stocks down to pennies on the dollar. Wanna know who scooped in right behind that and bought millions of shares, which so happened to be one of obamas largest donors as well?
I don't believe in coincidences.
Billionaire has previously funded renewable energy and low-carbon initiatives and has called coal a ‘lethal bullet’ for climate changewww.theguardian.com
Despite spending millions fighting climate change and funding clean energy, billionaire George Soros now looks to be investing in coal. According to a report from The Guardian, the Soros Management Fund (SMF) has spent over $2 million buying up shares of Peabody Energy (NYSE:BTU) and Arch Coal...investingnews.com
Well that’s exactly what they did in California except the price has tripled.So they can expect a 105% increase in the price of gas to maintain the illusion?? Lol
I’m somewhat lucky in that I rarely drive, but when I fill up, the prices here are all over the board. I topped off both cars a couple days ago at the local, tribal owned station. It’s a 76 station, so not crap gas. I paid $3.39/gal, which includes the $.48/ gal. Washington gas tax. But there are stations all around here where it’s still high 4s and low 5s. Whatever the market will bear. It’s nuts. Of course we could always jump into the way back machine with Sherman and Mr Peabody to travel back a short 50 years, to 1973, right?Well that’s exactly what they did in California except the price has tripled.
Really, it sextupled since Y2k.
I remember when gas went from one dollar to two dollars here about 1996. I thought paying $40 to fill a Cadillac was bad and now I’m paying $100+ to fill a Toyota. It was $120+!
That was before the Biden midterm election price drop, where gasoline here suddenly went down way over dollar.
EXCEPT, Strangely, it did not actually take affect in Clovis until well after the election, because people here were not buying enough gasoline for the new lower prices to go in.
In Oct, I was paying $6.69.9 for 91 octane and the other day I paid $5.19.9. I even saw 89 octane under four dollars at the cheapo station. But just yesterday I saw it starting to creep up again.
I also see that you were stations are selling diesel. Particularly the cheapo stations are no longer selling diesel.
Boy, howdy…both my kids, being newer models than me, are saddled with various versions of this. I wasted so much gas on the ground trying to mow the lawns at their houses that now I bring my cans and gas to mow THEIR yards. Good thing I like them. My 30+ year old dump can has eroded away the filter screen to nothing and the transport caps are a baggie/ rubber band and a vacuum cap on the vent, and it will probably be that way until I give up my lawn mowing is relaxing card.