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Posted on Tue Sep 02, 2008 1:06 am  

can only imagine but at least it saves money by cutting sorners. I would probaly smoke much less. Speaking of Wal mart ...I see the prices are really starting to come down along with gas. Still doesn't beat the good old days.
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Posted on Wed Sep 03, 2008 1:49 am  

You can expect the for the prices to fall when the price of gas goes down because the cost of delivery and transportation of the goods is cheaper, so the price break is passed onto to the consumer.
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Posted on Wed Sep 03, 2008 1:57 am  

Yes and it did drop by another 4 bucks but with the up coming OPEC meeting and them wan ting the prices not to drop below $100 a barrell there may not be too much more relief at the pumps ahead..Better than what it was but still outrageous in my books...especially with winter heating around the corner.
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Posted on Wed Sep 03, 2008 2:57 am  

Hopefully it will continue to drop, I sure could use the extra money in my budget, hate spending what I spend on gas to go to work every week.
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Posted on Thu Sep 04, 2008 1:08 am  

I hear you. Just last week we filled up the two trucks on payday and it was over $100 bucks. There is no such thing as extra money these days. I remember when a person never had to worry about how much the fill up would costs because almost always a twenty would cover it.
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Posted on Fri Sep 05, 2008 12:49 am  

I dont think that you will see that again ever. Seems like they jump up a few bucks every year and never really fall to the lowest point that they were originally again. So we have to learn to live with it, I know what you mean though, I try not to run as much. I was really irritated last weekend with all the running that I had to do. Took a day of gas away from me, I had to fill up a day earlier.
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Posted on Sun Sep 07, 2008 1:32 pm  

Prices never seem to fall down to the original low that they were.
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Posted on Sun Sep 07, 2008 6:57 pm  

That is what we refer to as inflation, fortunatel we have cost of living allowance raises where I work, it is also built into the social security and veteran benefits programs. It does not keep up with the price of a loaf of bread but it is an increase to try and help people stay afloat. It usually happens around november time frame, I know it goes on the veteran benefits the first check in December.
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Posted on Tue Sep 09, 2008 2:10 am  

My hubbys work did this too. They call it the energy crisis help. They add so much to each paycheck to help defer gthe cost of gas. It is about $45 a pay and that does help. He really works for a wonderful company and they just recently added a bonus program. For evry 6 months you are with the company you get an employee award. It goes from $650 than if you are there for like say three years it will go to $8000. They will issue them twice a year, once at Christmas and then again in July when it is vacation time.
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Posted on Mon Sep 22, 2008 3:13 am  

That is good, gives you a little incentive to go to work and put in a good days work. How long has he been at the company now?
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Posted on Wed Sep 24, 2008 5:25 pm  

It has been a little over three years. He enjoys it but the hours sometimes get him on the cranky side. I am greatful for this job especiallt the medical part of it. My sister and I was talking about how much we did not get done this year due to the employment incline at work. I told her I couldn't even get a meesly $200 dentist bill paid becaue I had soo much to catch up on and tehn taxes. She said how would you like to have one for 800? They have no dental and every cavity costs over $80 to fix. Ours is only like $16. Another reason why the gas stamps bonus for people under 31000 upsets me.
If we were entitled to med and dentist we could be using that extra towards gas. But instead we are penalized for making more than others. I am surprised there hasn't been a big uproar about this yet. Maybe because it is still in the beginning stages.
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Posted on Sat Sep 27, 2008 6:52 pm  

I have not heard anything about the stimuls that we are talking about. Have you seen the new package in writing.
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Posted on Sun Sep 28, 2008 3:03 pm  

No just a little NBC news talk every now and again. It keeps changing from time to time. Before this it was PA stimulus money was going to the state to repair bridges. I would rather see this then be discluded all together. Even though jy area never sees too many repairs.
I love how they redo the bigger city roads that don't even look as if it is needed while mine around here are falling to pieces litrerally. We vacationed in Hershey PA a few years ago and they were redoing roads that looked in excellent shape. Unreal.
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Posted on Wed Oct 08, 2008 3:04 am  

I train done in the Harrisburg area, I know they are really nice down that way, I think that this government bail out and the stimulus stuff is gonna make us all hurt later. Some how some way this money has all got to be paid back, so those of us that go to work everyday will be bringing home less. I think they need to cut some programs that are enabling people, get them out in the job market so they can start paying for some of this junk too.
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Posted on Wed Oct 08, 2008 9:02 pm  

Well let me just make your world a little brighter...PA is going to have to raise our taxes next fiscal year if not sooner because since people aren't out shopping so they can collect the taxes we are now in deficit. So who do you think gets to bail us out?? Okay no genius needed here...just a working,middle class American.

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