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Old 09-10-05, 09:58 AM
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In hawaii our gas prices are so high i rather use a hybrid
here is a big rise for prenium gas
1970-$1.70
1998-$1.90
now in the 2005-$3.19
maybe in the future like 2010 it will be $10.00

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Originally Posted by SHOOP
In hawaii our gas prices are so high i rather use a hybrid
here is a big rise for prenium gas
1970-$1.70
1998-$1.90
now in the 2005-$3.19
maybe in the future like 2010 it will be $10.00

Hopefully by 2010 the price of gas will be insignificant and we will have realized that we could have been using alternative fuel sources such as solar power, bio-diesel or hydgrogen 20 years ago which at that point would be almost 30 .

Oh by the way, Koffee is probably going to kill us both. You for starting another gas thread after she spent all that time consolidaring them across the whole forum. And me for contributing to further it. *HIDES*
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