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JGinFL
1 month ago

Can someone explain to me why the brain teaser answer is ‘one’? I’m too dumb to understand the answer as being one, but still want to know why. What am I missing?

David Levick
1 month ago

In Alberta, the fuel price went up 5 cents the other day, and that is for a liter not a gallon. Sometimes they have jumped over 10 to 15 cents a liter, the price never seems to come down that fast. All in the name of the Great Carbon Tax.

WEB
1 month ago
Reply to  David Levick

You mean the Great Liberal Tax. :-/

Roger V
1 month ago

Your list of RV Shows has the date for the ’22 Tampa RV Supershow wrong. It reads “Florida RV SuperShow February 19-23 Florida State Fairgrounds”. It’s in January, not February.

Last edited 1 month ago by Roger V
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1 month ago
Reply to  Roger V

Thank you, Roger! It’s been corrected. Take care. 😀 –Diane at RVtravel.com

C.Lee
1 month ago

Regarding surging fuel prices: The presidential candidates clearly stated what their goals for the United States were. Elections have consequences. Folks voted for higher fuel prices, it should come as no surprise that is exactly what we are getting.

Rik
1 month ago
Reply to  C.Lee

Hmm… Have an agenda? The real reason is supply and demand. OPEC production is down. Global demand is up. Some refineries have shut down due to the pandemic. The latest cold snap in the gulf caused more refineries to shut down. The oil companies are very quick to raise prices when a refinery is affected, and very slow to lower them even though full production has returned. As refineries switch to a summer blend, prices will go up further. Usage will be up this summer as the pandemic eases. How anyone voted had very little to do with current price increases.

Richard Hubert
1 month ago
Reply to  Rik

Suggest you go to Gas Buddy and look at their gasoline fuel price trend chart. You will see a large spike which started the day the Keystone XL was canceled by EO and oil & gas leases also invalidated – immediately after the inauguration and weeks before any cold weather hit Texas. And prices have continued to climb since.

Tom
1 month ago
Reply to  Richard Hubert

I read where the Saudis immediately boosted prices to drive up the market as soon as Keystone was shut down. Seems like propane prices escalating is in there too.

Dennis
1 month ago
Reply to  Rik

So well explained but it won’t matter.

Bill
1 month ago
Reply to  Rik

I have to say you are in a dream world if you really believe what you said

Keira B
1 month ago
Reply to  C.Lee

Wouldn’t it be great if it were that simple? You may want to learn about gas and oil supply and prices around the world before you express an opinion on the subject. Isn’t it about time that we rely on facts rather than a belief? And express an opinion because we are informed, and have analyzed the facts? How great would that be?

Dennis
1 month ago
Reply to  Keira B

Truth won’t matter to some or that a lot of production was shut down last year in Texas due to losing money. Just ask all the oil workers who were laid off they know to truth.

Gene M
1 month ago

Well, I stopped buying Goodyear tires after their behavior in the wake of the 2020 protests and now I won’t be buying Cooper either.

Larry
1 month ago

Regarding your article about land crossings into Canada… it is incorrect… there are restrictions and rules!!… like quarantining for 2 weeks and negative tests… check before crossing or you could be in trouble just for coming up to the border crossing itself… there are websites that need to be checked beforehand… you can be fined just because you do not have the correct paperwork with you that is needed to drive into Canada… once you are talking to that Canadian border guard, you are in Canada and subject to Canadian law…

Tom
1 month ago
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1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

Thanks for the link, Tom! Have a good night. 🙂 —Diane at RVtravel.com