Sunday, March 16, 2008

Start Walking


With this news:
"Light, sweet crude for April delivery spiked to a record $111.42 a barrel. . .", summer beach day isn't looking so promising. Normally, we go every Wednesday, but if gas is over $4 a gallon, we won't be able to afford it every week.

6 comments:

John Hattan said...

Nonsense. Our own president stated in a press conference last week that he'd been studying gas prices closely, then he expressed shock at a reporter's question regarding $4 a gallon gas. Therefore your picture is just some clever photoshopping.

Premium is $3.99 here, and it will go no higher.

Christina said...

It's okay that you can't afford the gas to go to the grocery store, you won't be able to afford the food there anyway.

We're so smart we don't drill our own stores of oil but had the foresight to burn our food supply.

It's a wonder the mole people haven't taken over, it can't be too hard to topple our gov't.

katzbox said...

My democrat hands are trying desperately to hold my lips together....trying....arrrggghhhh

Actually, who can predict what oil is going to do...all I know is that my next car is definitely going to be a hybrid...and if we can get hybrid fuels on board and in the pubic consciousness, we'll all be better off...

frizzlefry said...

Hattan, thanks for clarifying. I agree that at $3.99 a gallon, I can easily drive to the beach every week, maybe even twice. However in the world did I miss the fact that GWB is outraged by high gas prices? I feel very reassured. . .

And Christina, the latest news that the price of wheat is skyrocketing does indeed have me very worried.

Katz, please don't stay your democrat hands. Share the thoughts. All are welcome here, Except GWB. I have no use for him.

Naomi said...

Crazy, huh?!?

Looks like the Paseo pool is going to be the highlight of our summer around here.

Oh, wait. If the pool nazi is back this year we won't have any fun there, either. . .

frizzlefry said...

Judging by the Easter party, the pool nazi is fully entrenched and happily ruining everyone's lives.

They would only give me 4 hot dog tickets, until I asked them which of my children would have to choose to either go hungry or go home early to eat. Begrudgingly we ended up with 5- because this is a 4-person family area, eh?