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$1.00 gal. gas next summer

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I heard on the radio that gas might be down to about $1/gal next spring. That might give the RV biz a temporary shot in the arm. Of course it won't stay cheap, but we will take what we can get.

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If gas goes to $ 1.00 the country will be in a depression or worse.

It went up 22 cents, today, in Chaska.

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Being back around $1.40 is in line with where it should be with inflation etc.

If we see $1 gas, this country would move from recession to depression. Job losses would be astronomical. As nice as it sounds, that would be a bad day.

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You do know that shortly after you started this thread gas went like $.20 right? wink

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If it stays low, I know I am gonna head over to Mystery Caves/Forestville to camp. Couldn't afford it this summer.

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they are losing so much money not being able to gouge us right now. you know they only made a few billion dollars in profit instead of a bunch of billion. they are all crooks

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Interesting that the Fuel Bank gas station in the SC area has dropped to 2.37.9 for prepaid gas even though we're nearly back down to 1.51.9 at the street pump. Dude is banking the price will zoom back up. I still have around 45 gallons of 1.99 gas but I'm considering dropping several bucks on future gas. It's hard to know just like the kicking my 401/403b are taking.

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You had me thinking it was $1 for 2010. Now I'm bummed! Probably be back in the 3-4 range again next year if the economy turns around some.

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I agree with Solbes. I jumped on this when I read the post title, what a let down. Threads this old should have an audable snooze alarm when re-activated.

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Don't hold your breath waiting wink

They said it wasn't worth going after oil in ND unless gas was $3.50 a gallon and low and behold it made it there and then some. Now that we have paid for all of the equipment and most of there oil lines the price has dropped a little.

They have us over the barrel and it contains oil cry

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Dang! You really got my hopes up when I saw the thread title on the recently posted on section... Fuel lights on in the truck right now so I get to go spend 80 bucks pretty soon.

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If the gas prices stay this low into the spring/summer, I'll be missing ALOT of work

I'll be buying more and more FORD stock. After all big boys like their big toys (fords highest profit machines) when gas gets cheap!!!

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