They drop fuel prices down 10 cents now so Jan 1 they can add the carbon tax and slowly rise it up again, by end of Jan we will be paying a $1.40 a litre
Speaking of laughing, see Super Dave Osborn (Bob Einstein) died Wednesday, always loved his supposed “stunts” at the end of the Bizzare show.As for laughing at people laughing, you can't beat the Carol Burnett Show. Tim Conway was the master at getting his co-stars cracking up. And once he got them started, he wouldn't let up! I can watch that all day.
$3.92 US dollars per US gallon.$5.30 a Gallon?! Or did I figure wrong?
Saw that too. My spleen hurt just a little when I read the news.:frown:Speaking of laughing, see Super Dave Osborn (Bob Einstein) died Wednesday, always loved his supposed “stunts” at the end of the Bizzare show.
Says the pot to the kettle.Probably just need step away from
the keyboard. Life’s just way to short for such douche baggery.
Well I figured oil companies would go up no matter what...That math is correct. (Rounded up a tiny bit). It's still closer then you have to be for the math they teach in school now days.
$3.92 US dollars per US gallon.
figured wrong after all. I guess still high(price) for me.
Because they don’t want to pay the fee at the dump. It’s terrible along east edge of Calgary, lots of garbage piles, urban construction garage and shingle piles all over.[/QUOTE][QUOTE
And in other news... why must the urbanites dump their friggn garbage all over the roads and in fields!?
Was hauling grain yesterday and a stinky 4 person couch some how lost its way and ended up right in the middle of a gravel road, 5 mins from town.