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Many gas stations not stopping at $4 | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 146 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Apr 29, 2011, titled Many gas stations not stopping at $4 | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Just a day after a couple of stations in Columbus poked through the $4 barrier for a gallon of regular gasoline, stations throughout central Ohio topped the mark yesterday.

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Randy

New York, NY

#144 May 3, 2011
GasReality wrote:
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I agree 100%. The slums of the future will be the sprawling particle board palaces of Delaware while the real wealth will move back inside the outerbelt. High gas prices are permanent, and Central Ohio will "turn itself inside out" to adjust to them.
Columbus better step up and fix their infrastructure and Crime issues before they see me move back into the outer-belt. I'd rather pay 100 a week in gas before I pay more to live in Columbus.
Bystander

Columbus, OH

#145 May 3, 2011
Moving to Texas wrote:
Isn't it ironic that the only promise Obama is keeping is to get gas prices to $5 a gallon. All you union members who support him and the other liberal dems that want to drive up prices to wean us off fossil fuels have yourself to thank for the high gas prices.
Please do us all a favor and "get along little dogie!!" Whaddya waitin' for?
GasReality

Columbus, OH

#146 May 3, 2011
Randy wrote:
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Columbus better step up and fix their infrastructure and Crime issues before they see me move back into the outer-belt. I'd rather pay 100 a week in gas before I pay more to live in Columbus.
You will be paying $500 per week, and we don't want you back.
bumper sticker

Columbus, OH

#147 May 3, 2011
Thanks to Democrats, my SUV is powered by foreign oil.

“American gvt is in the bag”

Since: Sep 10

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#148 May 4, 2011
Randy wrote:
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Columbus better step up and fix their infrastructure and Crime issues before they see me move back into the outer-belt. I'd rather pay 100 a week in gas before I pay more to live in Columbus.
What do you mean, "pay more?" It's cheaper to live inside the belt. Depending on where you live. My property taxes are $1700 per year, what are yours?
Hooked on Fonics

Columbus, OH

#149 May 4, 2011
KLM wrote:
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And the minute electricity becomes a valuable commodity, prices will skyrocket.
You're so right... I mean I don't use electricity now in any way. Numbnuts

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