Amazing to consider that the cost of gasoline is still so cheap that an 88 mile trip has only increase in cost from $13.24 to $17.86, or at $4.62 less than I frequently see people's bill for coffee and a roll at Starbucks. Or less than a typical economy lunch at a burrito stand here in Berkeley Ca. And far less than the subsidy for most train trips of this length. No wonder most of us drive.
gas crisis? what gas crisis?
Paul Brooks made the following telling observation worth broadcasting more broadly on the Preserving the Amercian Dream list serve (yahoo! groups) the other day: