*YOU* are responsible for high gas prices

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Wait a week. Spring has just sprung.

You aren't very bright, even for a leftist loser. Hussein has *SAID* he wants fuel prices to be significantly higher. His energy secretary has pointed to Europe and considers $9/gal a reasonable price. Now, tell me which cabinet secretary under Bush said the same.
What a stupid shit leftist.
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On Mar 22, 6:06 pm, " snipped-for-privacy@att.bizzzzzzzzzzzz"

You are about the dumbest shit on usenet. You make Sarah Palin look smart. So even tho gas was more expensive during the Bush administration, Bush didn't want high gas prices because he didn't "say" he wanted high gas prices and forget the fact he got a lot of support from his friends in the oil business.
Crawl back in your hole, dumbass.
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That's *hilarious*, coming from you.
You make Sarah Palin look smart.
I bet you think I make her look cute, too, big fella. But hold your weenie, moron, I'm married.

Now, go back and read the conversation, moron.

Only an illiterate leftist moron would try this argument.
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Country wrote:

Yep, there was a spike in July of 2008, caused by the threatened oil shutdown in Nigera (our 3rd largest foreign oil supplier). Three months later, the price of gas had fallen to $1.61/gallon.
Shortly thereafter, the new administration has presided over a steady climb in the price of gasoline.
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Maybe we should have sent out bank account number, so that the deposed king could send the L4,000,000 pounds that he was trying to get out of Nigeria? I remember getting the email.
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Yep, there was a spike in July of 2008, caused by the threatened oil shutdown in Nigera (our 3rd largest foreign oil supplier). Three months later, the price of gas had fallen to $1.61/gallon.
Shortly thereafter, the new administration has presided over a steady climb in the price of gasoline.
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Robert Macy wrote:

In absolute dollar terms, you are correct. Profit as a percentage of revenue for oil companies is in the mid-range of profitable companies. Many industries have a higher profit percentage than oil companies, many have lower.
Were it not for the sale of beef jerky and such - which has a higher profit margin than gasoline - I suspect many oil companies would go broke.
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Han wrote:

Regrettably, an occasional excess (the one you reference happened thirty-two years ago next Tuesday) is the price we must pay for a market more stable than one without speculators.
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Now you are really going back centuries. But it is a good example of speculators suckering people.
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Very good and the fact that it goes back centuries is an good indication that this isn't something that is new or even unusual.
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People thought cybersex was a safe alternative,
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Nothing new under the sun?
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See, it was always a solar thing ...
But my wife's hyacinths are in full bloom, and so is the forsythia ...
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Everything was about a month early here (my cherry tree bloomed in mid-February). Earlier this week the pollen count was 9369! I don't think I have allergies but I've been sick for three weeks and Cefdinir doesn't seem to have done a thing.
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According to google that's an antibiotic, so it shouldn't do much if anything for allergies. Maybe you mean Zyrtec, or ceterizine? I go and hand over my driver's license and get ceterizine-D. That works for me, but my new doctor told me to watch out, it makes you less careful, so check your reactions before driving ... Nothing happened, but I did notice ...
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No, I meant Cefdinir (I was reading the bottle ;-). I've never had big problems with allergies before so the doc is treating the chest, throat, sinuses, and ears, with the antibiotic, except that it's not working. I only have a couple of days of it left. If it is bacterial it's tough stuff and will love it when if I stop taking the Cefdinir. If it's allergy, it'll last years longer. :-(
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On 3/22/2012 7:53 PM, snipped-for-privacy@att.bizzzzzzzzzzzz wrote:

I used to get terrible sinus infections requiring antibiotics until one day out of desperation, I took the hose from my Hover vacuum cleaner and held it to my nose while running. I felt a couple of sharp painful tugs under my left eye and my sinuses were clear. After that day, I've never had another debilitating sinus infection. ^_^
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On Thu, 22 Mar 2012 20:38:25 -0500, The Daring Dufas

No thanks. That sucks!
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LOL! To "treat" problems similar to that, when I take a shower, I sniff the hot water up my nose and then blow. Gets "stuff" out, and relieves some of the problems. Also gargling with Listerine-type stuff seems to help in reducing nasal runoff into my throat.
Son-in-law had a bad cough etc a few weeks ago that developed into strep, with high(ish) fever. First antibiotic didn't help. Second did, but he was out more than a full week. He said he hadn't been this sick in all his life. Remember that if an antibiotic is going to work, it should do so within about 24 hours. If it isn't go back to a doctor.
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On 3/23/2012 6:51 AM, Han wrote:

I've spoken to ear, nose and throat specialists telling them about my vacuum cleaner trick and they've told me that they have vacuum tubes that they use to clear clogged sinuses which are inserted into the nose of a patient. There are YouTube videos showing the procedure. ^_^
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Well, put that on the list. 1) WD-40 2) Duct tape 3) Shop Vac
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I've spoken to ear, nose and throat specialists telling them about my vacuum cleaner trick and they've told me that they have vacuum tubes that they use to clear clogged sinuses which are inserted into the nose of a patient. There are YouTube videos showing the procedure. ^_^
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