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by SHEP20715  Feb 08, 2014

Congratulations for being a gas buddy member for over seven years and posting gas prices to help save money. Congratulations on earning 1.90 MM points. May 2014 bring you and yours peace and joy. Lets be buddies Thanks. Shep

by SHEP20715  Oct 06, 2013

Congratulations on 1.7 MM points, very good. Lets be buddies. thanks. Shep

by sks1586  Jun 26, 2013

Thanks a million for your comments. IMHO, US innovation should help create +ve results & create lower gas prices.

by Ziggy1962  Mar 19, 2013

Would you like to be buddies?

by bell05  Jan 26, 2013

Saw one of your gas price post. Thought you might have a picture of a mustang! Would you please be my newest buddy form Indiana??? David.......QQ

by JimL1  Oct 15, 2012

Of course, "Encana, the gas exploration company that owned the natural gas wells, disagreed vehemently." Which of the tobacco companies did not object to the study findings that tobacco was harmful and/or cancerous? DUH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by coach39  Jul 07, 2012

mustang,Where are they dropping?In Crown Point they went up 30 to 40 cents in two days

by waynemustang  Mar 10, 2012

January of 2009, average gasoline prices were $1.79. Much lower than the July 2008 figures you used. Be honest!

by DonKofAK  Feb 26, 2011

Congress is considering a bill to open Alaska's ANWR now. Here's an opportunity to she who puts up roadblocks. The ANWR coastal plain holds America’s greatest potential for a major oil and natural gas discovery. The U.S. Geological Survey estimates the coastal plain has a 50 percent chance of containing 10.4 billion barrels of oil and 8.6 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. Even the recent oil discoveries in North Dakota pale in comparison to ANWR’s potential, which is likely to hold over four times more oil than any other onshore energy deposit in North America. ANWR’s oil reserves are worth $1 trillion at today’s oil prices of $100 a barrel. the oil resource is owned by the United States government: the revenue from oil production will go into the U.S. Treasury.

by FedUpPhil  Feb 23, 2011

If you remove their taxes and our taxes at the same time you will find that we are paying the same amount. Look it up

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