that blows..Ventolin said:The reasoning behind it is that oil refineries all over the Gulf Coast are being shutdown. Its debatable how long until they reopen, considering the size and amount of downfaill we'll be seeing from Ike. The storm is hitting near Houston, and many of the nation's largest refineries are in that area.
Gas is between $4-5 right now on the Gulf Coast. Fill up now, wait a few days, and hopefully it'll drop back down.
Sucks for me, because not only do I have to pay more for gas, but it looks like Ike is coming straight up 59, which is the way I'll be driving there this Sunday, so for sure I'll end up in the remnants of it.
Deentwon said:gas is goin up a dollar at 12?..
i had a friend just call and tell me every gas station is lined up with cars to get gas cuz its gonna be 459 after 12..
i cant stand these damn hurricanes and our political leader assholes!