Monday, August 31, 2015

The Price Of Gas

Andy | Monday, August 31, 2015 | Best Blogger Tips

Gas prices here normally change at midnight. The TV and radio stations are always happy to inform us if the price is going up or down and by how much. A small lineup like this means the price is remaining the same or dropping at midnight.

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  1. Nice one Andy, could be part of a commercial shoot or a calendar. Try to capture some more with a different look and make one. Must be successful.

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  2. A very nice photo with dark and light.

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  3. It's a very bright and clean station. Did you use a tripod?

    Our grocery store gives gas points for each purchase. Yesterday, I paid $0.279 per gallon after cashing in those points. It cost me $3 to fill my tankūüėÄ

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    1. Today gas is $1.069 per litre. Oil is always purchased with US dollars. The Canadian dollar is about 30% lower than the American dollar. So that means higher prices here.

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  4. Tres futuriste ca change de celles d ici ;o)

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  5. We're around the same price as you are, Andy, down a bit from where it was a month ago.

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  6. Not sure I'd want to stay up past midnight just to gamble on the price of gas. :-)

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  7. Interesting that they change the price at a certain time. Here it seems to be totally random. The price always seems to drop just after I fill up my car!

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  8. Going down is always the preferred direction!

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  9. This does look a bit futuristic. nice.

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  10. Gas prices here seem to be random. Nice shot, that looks like an artistic station!

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  11. The tell us when it goes down though they then sneak it back up with out telling up they are doing so

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