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5/08/2006

Nothing To Do With The Price Of Tea In China

Now that gas prices keep rising, I seem to be driving all over the place. What's up with that? I know that compared to Europe's gas prices and what you pay for a latte from Starbucks, gas is a relative bargain. This past weekend, for example, I drove to Santa Monica sat on the 405 twice, both on Saturday and Sunday. I saw friends on both occasions, so it was worth it. Oh, to compensate for higher fuel cost, I've cut way back on my Starbucks intake. Jen, you'll be proud of me.

7 comments:

Gone Home said...

Out the door just in time
Head down the 405
Gotta meet the new boss by 8am...

Chris said...

I read the other day that Saudi Arabia was worried about their domestic gasoline prices escalating, so they put a cap on their prices at around 60 cents per gallon!

It's even cheaper in Venezuela.

Of course, those are subsidized prices - supposedly production cost of gasoline is around $1.25/gallon.

Peeved Michelle said...

You couldn't take Sepulveda?

Logtar said...

Thanks for playing the handwritting meme :)

Jodi said...

Ian--yay! I love Lazlo Bane!

Chris--And then there is Brazil...

PM--Yeah, yeah...I was too late to get on Sepulveda. My bad.

Logtar--you're welcome! It was fun!

madretz said...

I hear ya. Drove up and down the state again this past weekend. Driving down to San Diego in 2 weeks. 3x in 6 weeks...I really should fly!

ren said...

i drive to santa monica every weekday. it's fun.

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