Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Video & Gas

This is a must see video. Sign her up!!!
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I made a u-turn the other day because I saw gas for $3.79. I never thought the day would come when I got excited to see $3.79.

How much have you paid per gallon to fill up with gas over the past week?

12 comments:

Kim Chapman said...

My last fill-up was $3.75/gal. at Kroger.
That was with my .10 discount for spending over $100 in groceries otherwise it would have been $3.85.

James Wood said...

Brace yourselves . . .

Cheap gas in Portland, Oregon: $4.24!

Ouch!

Good think my commute is a one block walk!

James Wood said...

I meant: "Good thing . . . "

rgolf48 said...

A couple of stations around here are as low as $3.95. Most are $3.99.

Jonathan said...

no way that was real...only 2 (and that's generous) girls in the wnba can even dunk and you expect me to believe this girl high jumped a wall, please!

Josh Ross said...

Kim, so now more and more people are motivated to spend over $100 at the store just so they can get the .10 discount. :)

James, keep that up in the northwest.

John, if you are like my dad (your bro), you will drive until you find that $3.95.

Jonathan, she didn't jump the wall. She climbed it. The video just brings back bad memories for you of me doing that to you while playing whiffle ball in the backyard.

Kara Graves said...

well, let's see, when we left Michigan last week it was about $4.20, but in Uganda it only costs about 75 cents to ride on the back of a bike (boda-boda) into town :)

Rick Ross said...

Out here in San Fran it is $4.75.

Sorry to bust your bubble, but the leap was done with ropes.

Are you suggesting that I am a penny pincher? If so, I have really rubbed off on your mother. She now notices every station's price, and will drive on fumes to save a penny.

Actually I used to care more when prices were cheaper and a few cents was a larger percentage of the price. Now a nickel doesn't seem to matter much.

Beverly Ross said...

Buying the cheapest gas is more about bragging rights than actually saving a penny. It makes for great conversation. Who would have dreamed that I would be into this as a conversation piece????

Anonymous said...

I paid $4.05 here in Connecticut yesterday. Of course, that was after a 30 cent discount on every gallon. The sad thing is that $4.35 was one of the lowest prices around here.

Luke said...

I am sure that Avery will be able to do that in a few years. Let her learn to crawl first, but soon she will do that.

Olivia said...

When I left Reno on Wednesday, gas was $4.97/gal.