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May 27, 2008

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Tasuvus

Imagine if gasoline costs $7.00/gallon in your area.

Experts predict it will rise that high.

Obviously transportation costs will skyrocket for transporting food and goods to stores...and certainly they will pass this cost to us. I cannot imagine what things will cost then???

Once again, savings will be the mantra, but I don't believe that will be enough. We must find alternative ways to do things...conservation at the top of the list....everything from gas to food, water to electricity, etc.

What would you do to conserve?

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miro

Jon
is this legit????
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