WTH happened to gas prices?

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74OA said:

C@LAg said:

74OA said:

Here's what AAA says is causing the rise. PRICES
It is freaking late January.

No One is
taking advantage of the recent milder weather in much of the nation by fueling up and hitting the road.
Forgive me if I trust AAA's expertise over your opinion.
"expertise"
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Mulberrywildman said:

Do we have a thread from that "wbtnumbernumbernumber" guy mentioning how we need to reapply the gas pump stickers he said we needed to remove when gas dropped a few cents?


We are paying more to pay for cleaning all of those off. Of course it's big oil and the mom and pops.

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samurai_science said:

74OA said:

C@LAg said:

74OA said:

Here's what AAA says is causing the rise. PRICES
It is freaking late January.

No One is
taking advantage of the recent milder weather in much of the nation by fueling up and hitting the road.
Forgive me if I trust AAA's expertise over your opinion.
"expertise"


Since most libs lack common sense, then they must rely on the "expertise" of others.

Common sense is what tells you no one is packing the car up in milder January weather and taking a road trip.

But dammit, if AAA speaks one must listen and not question.
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AAA analysts love equating gasoline demand with the dumbest crap. Always have. Their numbers are solid and reliable but their analysts are always throwing **** up at the wall. Numbers are usually good though.
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ABATTBQ11 said:

About month ago a gallon of regular was $2.69. Now I'm seeing $3.15 all over the place. What happened?
PUUUUUTTTTTTIIIIINNNNN!!!!

2wealfth Man
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Get used to higher prices for all kinds of commodities and natural resources. We have underinvested in the infrastructure for years.
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halfastros81 said:

I'd say perception/reality of a shrinking economy has had some negative impact on demand. To some degree it's discretionary spending. Inflation on other non discretionary items like food , power , clothing also leaves less for discretionary gas spending. As someone also mentioned, gasoline supply has also recovered some after the big freeze event .

Diesel on the other hand hasn't moved nearly as much because of steadier demand.

This thread is about rising prices and your entire post is listing reasons why prices would fall; which, again, prices are increasing.
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Every time I start to feel temptation overpowering my better judgement about buying a Ram TRX, a gas price bump helps me resist said temptation. Thanks Biden!
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Rapier108 said:

Election is over.

The government is no longer using the SPR to keep help the Democrats and is now having to buy oil to refill the SPR so taking oil off the market.
Biden said they would refill it only when it was below $ 70.
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74OA said:

Here's what AAA says is causing the rise. PRICES
Holy **** this is a stupid take.
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Keep going up. I like the job security and bonus payouts when gas prices are high
C@LAg
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Tom Kazansky 2012 said:

74OA said:

Here's what AAA says is causing the rise. PRICES
Holy **** this is a stupid take.
74OA said:

Forgive me if I trust AAA's expertise over your opinion.
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74OA said:

C@LAg said:

74OA said:

Here's what AAA says is causing the rise. PRICES
It is freaking late January.

No One is
taking advantage of the recent milder weather in much of the nation by fueling up and hitting the road.
Forgive me if I trust AAA's expertise over your opinion.


AAA are a bunch of America-hating libs defending Biden.
hard times create strong men. Strong men create good times. good times create weak men. and weak men create hard times.

less virtue signaling, more vice signaling.

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Lol,lmao
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As bad as I hate to use CNBC as a news source, the price of gas through the years adjusted for inflation is interesting. I know it's from April of 2022, so the inflation price may be even more.

https://www.cnbc.com/2022/04/13/how-much-gas-cost-every-year-since-1978.html


  • 1978: $0.65 ($2.99 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1979: $0.88 ($3.70 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1980: $1.22 ($4.51 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1981: $1.35 ($4.46 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1982: $1.28 ($3.90 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1983: $1.23 ($3.62 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1984: $1.20 ($3.39 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1985: $1.20 ($3.27 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1986: $0.93 ($2.44 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1987: $0.96 ($2.48 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1988: $0.96 ($2.39 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1989: $1.06 ($2.52 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1990: $1.22 ($2.75 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1991: $1.20 ($2.56 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1992: $1.19 ($2.48 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1993: $1.17 ($2.36 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1994: $1.17 ($2.30 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1995: $1.21 ($2.31 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1996: $1.29 ($2.40 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1997: $1.29 ($2.33 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1998: $1.12 ($1.99 inflation-adjusted)
  • 1999: $1.22 ($2.13 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2000: $1.56 ($2.66 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2001: $1.53 ($2.51 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2002: $1.44 ($2.34 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2003: $1.64 ($2.59 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2004: $1.92 ($2.98 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2005: $2.34 ($3.53 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2006: $2.64 ($3.83 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2007: $2.85 ($4.05 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2008: $3.32 ($4.52 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2009: $2.40 ($3.27 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2010: $2.84 ($3.77 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2011: $3.58 ($4.67 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2012: $3.70 ($4.69 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2013: $3.58 ($4.47 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2014: $3.43 ($4.22 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2015: $2.51 ($3.09 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2016: $2.20 ($2.67 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2017: $2.47 ($2.92 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2018: $2.79 ($3.24 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2019: $2.70 ($3.08 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2020: $2.24 ($2.50 inflation-adjusted)
  • 2021: $3.13 ($3.44 inflation-adjusted)
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A constant assault on domestic energy production is the biggest culprit. Let us develop a stable energy supply domestically and price will stabil8.
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P.U.T.U
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I foresee some high gas prices this summer
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