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Pain at the pump: Gas prices keep rising

Published: Thu, February 21, 2013 @ 12:00 a.m.


Ron Catale of Poland fills up at Big Apple Supermarket at Albert Street and McGuffey Road on Youngstown’s East Side, which had gas 12 cents lower than the Northeast Ohio average of $3.81 per gallon. Catale is among many Mahoning Valley residents feeling a pinch at the pump. According to AAA, gas prices have jumped nearly 45 cents in the past month.

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As gas prices have increased around the area, so has frustration among many Mahoning Valley drivers.

According to a AAA report, the average price of gas in Northeast Ohio is $3.81 per gallon, 19 cents more than the previous week. The increase has created irritation, inconvenience and a search for the best prices in town.

At Big Apple Supermarket at Albert Street and McGuffey Road, gas was set at $3.69 per gallon Wednesday, nearly 12 cents lower than the area average. It’s one of the reasons Steve Corbett of Liberty went there to fill his tank. The comparatively low price gives his wallet and weekend plans little comfort, however.

“I go to Cleveland often, but now I got to think twice before I start traveling anywhere,” he said. “In the summer, I’m expecting an increase [in gas prices], but not this time of the year.”

Ron Catale of Poland stopped at Big Apple to fill his tank after attending a funeral Wednesday afternoon. He said drivers have little choice but to pay the price.

“If you don’t have gas, how are you going to get to work?” he said. “Your are kind of held captive by the whole thing.”

He said the price increase is affecting his wife more than him. Catale said his work is only a couple of miles from his home, while his wife travels to Salem every day.

“Thankfully, it’s only one of us who has to drive far to get to work,” he said. “I don’t know how a lot of people do it.”

Just a few miles south at Gateway Gas Mart on Market Street, gas was $3.74 a gallon. Though the gas prices were slightly higher than Big Apple Market, some customers shared the same frustrations.

Ernestine Marshall of Youngstown works in the health-care sales industry and stopped at Gateway on Wednesday. She said her job requires her to travel often, including trips to Akron a couple of times a week.

“I have to limit where I go now,” she said. “I’m spending so much on gas that I just try and stay in the area for business right now.”

According to AAA, rising prices are being propelled by more expensive crude, regional refinery issues and the approaching switch to summer-blend gasoline.

“Right now, things are tight worldwide,” Ray Carbone, president of New York commodities trading firm Paramount Options, told CNN. “Refineries going down, unanticipated maintenance and higher demand ... going into driving season.”

Two-thirds of the cost of one gallon of gas comes from the price of crude, which has jumped 10 percent in the last two months, according to the Energy Information Administration.

The average price for a gallon of regular gas in Ohio is roughly $3.80, according to AAA. The state average is 15 cents higher than a week ago, and nearly 50 cents more than the same time last year.

The state average is a nickel higher than the national average of about $3.75, which is also 15 cents higher than a week ago.

The national average has risen 45 cents in the past month.

The survey said the lowest average price for gas is in Wyoming, where a gallon is $3.18. Drivers in Hawaii are paying the highest average, $4.28 per gallon.


1endthismess(423 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Hey...be sure to thank that nitwit in DC. Yep...and plenty more of this is still coming. Oh yea. Don't forget...thank that nitwit in DC!! Then...turn on the pump and watch the dollars and cents spin past your very eyes. Are you alllllll happppppy now! Hey.... no crying..you wanted him! How's the hope and change.... still working out great for ya???

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2lilgandee(103 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

You said it so well, and whenever we think we are getting ahead they find a way to stick to us...put pressure on the guys who deliver it to by blaming them but it is just our "fine" government sticking it to those working and trying to get out of the holes they keeping digging for us.... No excuse for this bull crap....just greed...

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3rickking123(322 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

That's because obama is in bed with big oil. Where are all the democrats who shouted that bush was in bed with big oil when prices rose? they are pretty quiet right now. Oh it also doesn't help when your energy secretary says that we should be paying $8.00 or $9.00 per gallon while being driven around in a government limo.

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4timOthy(802 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Yesterday 2-0-13 I seen a NAUTURAL GAS (SILVERADO-CHEVY) driving down Rt. #62 West going into Canton, Oh. BRING IT ON ! I'm tried of the MONOPLY these oil Companies have. Change is coming and we can't wait.

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5NoBS(2391 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

From the story: "Two-thirds of the cost of one gallon of gas comes from the price of crude, which has jumped 10 percent in the last two months,"

I doubt this, because when the price of crude falls, gasoline prices do not. But when the price of crude rises, Big Oil uses it as an excuse to jack prices up.

Also, that other third of what makes the price of gasoline must be in high gear, because the $3.20/gallon gas was a mere month or two ago, if increased 10%, would have risen to $3.52. We're more than 20 cents above that.

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6Ytownnative(1118 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

If oil prices were down it would be supply and demand, or facility maintenance or unrest somewhere in the world. But we still export more 100+ millions gallons of gasoline a day while giving these companies billions in tax breaks. So if oil goes down they can export more and create the supply and demand price raises.

And they want to export natural gas next

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7UNCOMMONSENSE(565 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

endthismess, do you remember when a barrel of oil hit $145.29 on July 4, 2008 while George Bush was in office?? So what does that make him...a nitwit?

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8Ytownnative(1118 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

what is the world does WRTA have to do with rising gas prices?

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9IslandMike(764 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

To all you Obama haters: HE WON, GET OVER IT!!

McCain had his butt handed to him last night on The Jon Stewart Show.

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10Ytownnative(1118 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Did Mikie get a free cell phone from Obama?

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11DwightK(1458 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Gas prices went up after Katrina and the oil companies saw that Americans would pay more than $3.00 per gallon. You'll never get them to accept less than that again. Once they've seen how much they can gouge you they'll take and take and take until your wallet is empty.

My next car will be a hybrid. I'm done feeding the machine.

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12Ytownnative(1118 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

For many WRTA isn't an option anyway.

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13Lifes2Short(3879 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

There is not ONE Legitimate excuse why gas prices are this high. Wish someone would just investigate and come out with the "real" reason. Like in the truth. You know that will never happen.

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14Boardman120(82 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Hey Vindy, glad you finally noticed the increase in gas prices. When Bush was President and gas went up a penny a gallon, it was front page news. When he left office, gas was $1.89. Now it's back up to almost $4, and prices have been rising every day since the <cough> election.

Only took you 4 years to notice, but glad you finally did.

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15Ytownnative(1118 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

So people should walk a few miles to get to a bus stop a few hours before they have to be somewhere so they can take WRTA? I voted for the last WRTA but its a no next time.

Awwww Gdog got a phone too.

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16Ytownnative(1118 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

The crime rate of their neighborhood? I see now you want everyone in the country to move into single areas to be served by transportation and everyone have a job near a public transportation line. We can close all factories and stores not on a public transportation line and of course close all farms because most public transportation doesn't go to far into the country. It amazes me how if bush was in office they would be screaming for his head for gas prices like this but the oblamer can do no wrong. He has said he prefers a gradual price change to $4 a gallon. go to Factcheck and check it out. Energy Secretary chu says the administration is ok with gas prices as they are. This is going to make us flock to renewable energy that doesn't exist.

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17Dagwood(353 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Can we please get some Obama gas cards.

Or at least offer a fourth choice at the pump.

Reg-Plus-Premium-....Gov. Option?

You can keep using your old gas but for those who cant afford it or dont have it we will offer a Gov. fuel option. (Works for insurance)

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18Ytownnative(1118 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

I do agree with the government option.
Ohio minimum wage is 7.75 an hour. a gallon of gas is $3.75. Roughly 50% of an hours wages. Average politicians salary is $174,000 per year and works out to somewhere around $83 per hour. A politician should also pay 50% of their hourly wage for gasoline or around $41.50 a gallon with no extra pay for gas expenses. Lets see how long gas prices stay up then.

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19redeye1(5359 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

It all starts at the top, OBAMMY is the cause for rising gas prices , just like George Bush was blamed by liberals when he was in office. . This poorsident has watched gas prices climb ever since he first took office in his first term. gas prices doubled !!!!, I can't wait to see the change this term.brings Let's see by time he's out of office, we should be paying 6 to 7 dollars a gallon for gas.If I got to ride around in an over priced limo, i wouldn't care either The joke is on all the arseholes who believed and fell for his lies about him being for the middle class. He' s laughuing all the way to the bank with your hard earned money. How do you think he made a 11 million dollars in his first term in office. HEE HEE HEE

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20cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

The reason gas prices are high is so big oil can make record profits quarter after quarter. Maybe if we add more billions of taxpayer dollars to the billions we already give them they will drop the price a few cents. Probably not.

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21walter_sobchak(2418 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

It doesn't help that most oil futures are sold on the US market in US dollars. As the Fed keeps printing more monopoly money due to deficit spending, the buying value of a dollar decreases and the barrel price goes up.

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22Boardman120(82 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Walter is correct about inflation causing the increase in gas prices. And why is inflation increasing? Because the Obama administration has increased the deficit to over $16 trillion and has to keep printing money to cover the interest payments on the debt.

And does the media ever mention this? Of course not. Dear Leader wouldn't approve.

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23cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

boardman....the deficit has gone down during the Obama administration. You can Google it.

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24isaac45(361 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

and inflation has been low

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25Boardman120(82 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Keep drinking that Koolaid, cambridge.

The saddest thing about Obama's Useful Idiots is that they are living in the same Marxist hell we are, but they too stupid to understand it, plus they're happy about it.

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26redeye1(5359 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Boardman What would you expect from a man who lives in the land of fruit and nuts. The state with the highest taxes and he 's happy! Give me a breakl the deficit has increased year after year with OBAMMY in control. I was just at a seminar where an economics professor showed us that we are having an inflation rate of 17%, the highest it has been since Jimmy the PEANUT FARMER Carter.

Isaac45 this is about the above statement I just made. That is the true inflation rate unlike the liberal OBAMMY, who claims that inflatton is low. Just take a look at food prices over the last 4 yrs., along with gas prices , Nothing has gone down , Has it! Most prices are up even higher, then gas prices that has doubled under the ARSEHOLE in the WH. He just loves the middle class wouldn't you say.NOT

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27cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

boardman....Obama has reduced the deficit by 8%, that's a fact. It had nothing to do with koolaid. Here is a link backing up my comment, how about you post one that backs up yours?


I'll help you out with the deficit timeline.

reagan8 years of deficit spending.

bush the father 4 years of deficit spending.

Clinton had a surplus the last 3 years.

bush the idiot son had a surplus his first year because it was Clinton's budget. bush pissed away that surplus and had deficit's ever since.

Obama's first year was under the bush budget, that's how it works. Since then the deficit has been reduced under the Obama administration.

I'll be waiting for that link that shows a 16 trillion dollar Obama deficit. teabagger emails don't count.

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28RTS1416(117 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Cambridge, I believe the previous poster was speaking in reference to the national debt not the deficit. The debt has increased from 2.9 trillion under Regan to 16.4 trillion under Obama. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/f...

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29cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

rts....so all the debt since reagan is on Obama? lol, thanks for clearing that up.

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30walter_sobchak(2418 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

US Budget Deficits:
George W. Bush Years:
2001: -$128B(surplus)
2002: $158B
2003: $378B
2004: $413B
2005: $318B
2006: $248B
2007: $161B
2008: $459B
Barack Hussein Obama years:
2009: $1413B
2010: $1293B
2011: $1300B
2012: $1089B
2013: $901B (budgeted)
There you have it. For the seven years under GWB, the total of the deficits were $2.135T. For the first 4 years under BHO, the total deficit is $5.095T. Indeed, the deficit is being reduced as the economy picks up slightly, but it is still extremely high. You can have your own opinion but not your own facts.

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31cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

walter....thanks for backing up the fact that the deficit has reduced.

Other facts that should be considered are bush inherited the strongest economy in history, a budget surplus and the formula for paying off the debt. He pissed away the surplus and his policies brought the worlds economy to ruins.

Obama inherited an economical disaster along with a republican party who's only agenda was causing Obama failure at anything he tried to do to stimulate the economy.

It would be like a person having one thousand a month in income and two thousand in spending. If you reduce your spending by five hundred a month that is a significant reduction in the deficit but the debt keeps piling up because we don't have the revenue to cover the interest on the debt that bush ran up. The teabagger/republicans are against actually paying for the debt bush ran up so we are where we are. Tell me I'm wrong.

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32RTS1416(117 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Cambrige, I don't recall saying the entire debt belonged to the Obama administration.National debt under past administrations. Reagan 2.9 trillion, HW Bush 4 trillion, Clinton 5.6 trillion, GW Bush 10.6 trillion, Obama 16.4 trillion. The largest increase has been under the current administration and they have done it in one term where the others were in for two. The facts speak for themselves.

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33redeye1(5359 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Cambridge you are always blaming Bush when do you start balming Obammy. he 's the one who started to waste even more money on stupid progarms such cash for clunkers, which by the way raise prices on used cars and used car parts, his so-called stimulis package that was suppose to create thiousands of permanent jobs. It didn' t ! All it did was help his union buddies with a FEW months of extra work. Bush 10.6 trillion dollars and Obammy 16.4 trillion dollars , I guess that's how you people from the land of fruits and nuts say it went down. No wonder the schools in California are down near the bottom.of the list..

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34cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

rts....try reading the post just above yours really slowly a few times.

If bush just stayed on the same path Clinton laid out we wouldn't even have a debt right now. bush cut revenue and increased government spending to the point where the current revenue and budget cuts wont even cover the interest on the debt he ran up. You seem to conveniently ignore that fact.

If you want a balanced budget while not adding revenue with tax increases then break down more than a trillion in budget cuts. Tell me the programs cut and the savings from those cuts that add up to the more than the trillion we're looking for.

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35redeye1(5359 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

cambridge Go to national debt clock .gov look at the figures in the upper left hand corner. In case you can't read, it says 16,599,000,000,000 debt and climbing. Where did it go down.?

One other thing I'm all for a flat tax on everything. That way everyone pays. Let's say 15% on all purchases .That to me would be fair,

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36DwightK(1458 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Well, if we're going to talk about borrowing money and increasing deficits, we have to talk about defense spending. In 2000 defense spending was 300 billion. In 2011 it had risen to 700 billion. Spending increased every year for ten years. The increases alone account for 2.7 trillion borrowed dollars.

Blame Bush or blame Obama, either way the debt increased.

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37Boardman120(82 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

I am truly astonished that there are some people who are still blaming Bush for the crappy economy we have. Sorry, Dems, this is all your boy's fault. Gas was $1.89 when Obama took office. It is now up to $3.89 and still climbing. Unemployment is still hovering around 8%, when we were told if we only spent that $787 billion it would come down. The US borrows 40 cents for every dollar it spends, and you seem okay with this.

I guess it explains why this area is such a craphole. You people vote for these liars over and over and never blame them for the sorry state of affairs. Not the sharpest tools in the shed.

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38Metz10987(145 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

It is price manipulation plain and simple by the big oil companies. It has notihng to due with any factors yuo have heard. And who funds political campians for congress and the presdident, the oil compnaies and their lobby which is why the goverment will do nothing to stop it.

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39rickking123(322 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Cambridge, thanks for proving that statistics can be misused in an attempt to prove one's point. You must be an obama accountant. Let's look at the actual billions that are being spent as that is what will need to be paid back, not some fanciful 8% reduction in this year's deficit. that percentage is meaningless. Also can you please provide your source for the strongest economy in history statistic? you also neglected to mention the dot com bubble as the source of the so called clinton economy.

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40DSquared(1569 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

I think someone has a short memory and forgot about that little event called 9/11. I darn-well guarantee you that no matter who the POTUS was; Clinton ,Gore, Bush, Pat Paulsen or whoever: the surplus would have been pissed away because of that mess. Also, I own a hybrid. Mileage is about 31 mpg combined. The tricky part is taking it in for service. Most dealerships have only 1 or 2 certified hybrid mechanics. Unavailability of parts. Longer repair times. 2 batteries. Higher sticker price. God forbid you break down anywhere other than a large metropolitan city! I would recommend holding off a few years until these issues work themselves out.

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41cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

rickking....Here you go. You're welcome.



Also, there were more jobs created during the Clinton administration than the regean, bush the father and bush the idiot son's administrations combined. I'll let you look that one up yourself, I shouldn't be having all the fun.

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42cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

uticashill....Here is the last thread you and i traded comments on. Looks to me like you got your ass handed to you AGAIN.


Tell me you have seen people in your business asked to see MSDS data sheets and I'll call BS. It doesn't happen because you will get run off and you know it.

I've worked in and around many industries. I was a union steel worker before I left Ytown. Since then the most notable industries were big oil, bio-pharmaceutical and micro electronics. Big oil is the industry with the least regard for safety or the environment by far and you don't give me any reason to believe big gas is any better than big oil in those regards.

I've said it many times, I'm not against drilling for gas and oil. If all you used were water and pressure I would have no problem. It's all the hundreds of chemicals for the protection of the pipe at the expense of the environment that I have a problem with. You can make more pipe but you can't make more water.

So you might BS other people but you're not going to BS someone that spent decades working out of a union hall that's built every refinery in the Bay Area for the past hundred years.

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43djicey99(65 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

We all better watch Mad Max and learn how to search for some "go-juice" this summer.

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44rickking123(322 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Cambridge, thanks for providing a nonresponsive answer. Please answer the question asked. Strongest economy in history? by the way history includes all the world you know.

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45cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

rickking....I believe I did answer your question but if you aren't satisfied feel free to post a link where a country of 300 million had a more solvent government and the masses enjoying lifestyle's that only money will bring.

uticashill....Unions are far from obsolete in the Bay Area. More than twenty thousand in the pipe trades all making more than fifty dollars an hour. After twenty five or thirty years you retire a millionaire with a fat pension and the same Cadillac health insurance we had when we worked. How about your rig workers?

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46jojuggie(1621 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

cambridge is a loser just like BO & his obamacare.

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47rickking123(322 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Cambridge, thanks for the comment but that is not what you said originally. You said strongest economy in history and that simply was not correct and you know it.

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48cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

rickking....Clinton with out a doubt presided over the strongest economy in history. I provided links that back up that statement. You claim I'm wrong and offer no proof or a link that shows any economy for any country in history that was stronger.

You shouldn't ask questions if you're not willing to answer them yourself. Where is your proof that there was an economy stronger than the one in America during President Bubba's administration?

uticashill....I love my fat union pension and health benefits as much as I loved those fat union pay checks.

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49rickking123(322 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Cambridge, you offer no empirical evidence, just a link to a blog. Again, i'm not the one who claims it was the strongest economy in history. I asked you to prove what you said, you can't. I don't have the burden of proof here because i'm not the one who said it was the strongest economy in history. you did yet you offer nothing to actually prove what you said. Had you phrased your statement differently this whole conversation would never have occurred.

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50redeye1(5359 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Cambridge $ 50.00 an hour pay in the land of fruits and nuts is probably equal to people around here who make $20.00 an hr. With the high cost of living out there I'm surprised you are surviving. My niece lived there for three yrs and was making good money or so she thought. Then she got a job in Arizona making just a little less , but according to her she has more money to spend now then she ever had in Californy.

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51cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

uselesshill....It gets better. I spent the last fifteen years as a detailer. The contractors paid all my union benefits but I negotiated my wage so I always made at least ten dollars over scale. They were happy to pay it because I'm worth every penny.

You seem to be upset that I earned a living wage and I should feel sorry for Chevron, Intel, Genentech, Bayer, IBM, Shell,, Merk and countless other billion dollar companies where i worked on projects, but for some reason I don't. Maybe if I spent my life living out of a fifth wheel and cheep motels drilling holes in the ground I'd think like you, but then what would you do?

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52cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

uselesshill....have someone explain this article for you.


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53cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Uselesshill.....just read the link above your last comment dummy.

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54cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

uselesshill.....methane is methane no mater where it comes from. The difference is that methane from landfill gas generates electricity in a green, clean and renewable way. It's part of the future and is on par with solar, wind and hydro.

You hear the word methane and think it's the same thing you do when in fact its the opposite. Your confusion is understandable being from texas and all. Now I know how rick perry got elected.

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55cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

uselessshill....Here is a link telling you how even texas has 24 landfill gas energy projects with 57 additional suitable sites. Make sure you scroll down to the "Environmental Impact" section. Like I said this is nothing like what you do. Landfill gas projects reduce pollution and fracking creates pollution.


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56handymandave(564 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago


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57cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

Hman....the strongest economy in history collapsed so fast because bush worked so hard at it.

He started by sending out checks to all tax payers. I split my three hundred between three different charities for the 911 victims.Then came an unfunded trillion dollar tax cut, then trillions on two unfunded wars, then a unfunded 800 billion dollar drug program for the drug companies, tens of thousands of manufacturing companies getting tax breaks while moving their manufacturing to China, economic policies that let wall street and the big banks manipulate the worlds economy into a crash and then on his way out the door told the US taxpayer to fork over another unfunded 800 billion to those banks with no obligation for them to pay it back.

All that unfunded money went on the debt and started collecting interest by the minute without even enough revenue to cover that interest. Like I said bush worked real hard at it. Hope that helps you out and you're welcome.

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58handymandave(564 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago


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59cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

hman....Clinton "made a mess of Monica's dress and perjured himself in front of congress".

bush made a mess of the strongest economy in history and lied about Iraq having WMD's, a nuke program and being involved in 911. All the time bush is telling these lies he is having troops that have bin laden cornered in Tora Bora sent to Iraq letting bin laden escape. The results...thousands of Americans killed, tens of thousands wounded, hundreds of thousands Iraq's killed and trillions in American treasure pissed away.

President Bubba is America's most popular President, on the other hand, your boy bush screwed things up so bad the country elected a black guy....twice!

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60cambridge(3620 comments)posted 2 years, 9 months ago

hman....I should have said "President Bubba is America's most popular LIVING President." My bad.

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61Woody2(26 comments)posted 2 years, 8 months ago


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