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Thread: Will gas prices drive us into a Depression?

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    Will gas prices drive us into a Depression?

    yes definitately

    No not a chance

    Maybe depending on other factors

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    No, but the banking system giving mortgages to anyone with a pulse definitely headed us in the right direction.

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    yes this country is headed for one bigger than the one in the ,what 20.s or 30,s,it is going to be big.

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    Thats what I feel pap is right making 29 look like a walk in the park. I am serious all trhe info i have says were going down bad. Push your SC or its a big lawn ornement ( if you still own your house). I am sopory but I have a repair business thats down 50 percent. XXXXXXXXXX
    Last edited by Duffy Floyd; 10-29-2008 at 04:47 PM. Reason: political

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    I am depressed now!

    I drive just to and from work total of 415.5 miles a week the cost of gas is a joke yes the dipression level is high

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    Angry

    Quote Originally Posted by Pablo94SC View Post
    No, but the banking system giving mortgages to anyone with a pulse definitely headed us in the right direction.
    That was me I guess

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    Jim I lke your pic LOL

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    Took my 15 mpg service truck off the road and I am driving a 30 mpg car for now and maybe for ever. Note to self cut back on Bud next time LOL, Sorry I am pissed,

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    Quote Originally Posted by NH89SC View Post
    Jim I lke your pic LOL

    Thank You

    That is Cindy Cooper my girlfriend and soon to be queen bee :-) she is a real sweet heart loves race cars and her father is a Top Fuel Hydro owner and driver

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    I need a girl like that that has the same interests as me fast cars on a small budget. DWM 43 LOL

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    No depression...but it's sure to extend the recession we are currently experincing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller View Post
    I wish gas was 3.61 here... its $4+ for reg and $4.25 for 93
    same here in the scrillacon valley

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    Quote Originally Posted by NH89SC View Post
    That was me I guess
    me too. gas here in tucson is 3.46 for reg 87 and 3.68 for 91 can't get 93

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    I'll go with the "no not a chance" choice.

    -Rod

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    Lets face it its not getting any better. I bought $75.00 groceries on Fri night now it's almost gone. can't afford anymore increases. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    Last edited by Duffy Floyd; 10-29-2008 at 04:50 PM. Reason: political

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