Tuesday, August 08, 2006
How Much For A Gallon Of Gas?
a) drill in ANWR,
b) uncap the capped rigs right here, in the U.S.,
c) begin exploring and pumping oil off certain coastal areas of the U.S.,
d) understand that until the last drop of oil runs out, that it is the cheapest mode - thus far - of commodity, exchange, transportation and manufacturing.
$4/gallon? $5/gallon? $8/gallon? $10/gallon?
How much...how much people, how much?
EastC: You have a good idea there....
Thanks both, for visiting and commenting, as always!
You can still call me Phoenix... just figured it was time to lose that name (personal reasons).
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