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February 27, 2008

Gas prices rise and crimp your budget

That's the story in a NY Times article today. Notable quote:

"An oil crisis is coming in the next 10 years," John B. Hess, the chairman of the Hess Corporation, said at a recent conference held by Cambridge Energy Research Associates. "It's not a matter of demand. It's not a matter of supplies. It's both."

Looks like it's time to start running our cars on vegetable oil. Or how about driving less and biking more?

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