Easy answer to high gasoline prices

March 18, 2012

Four bucks a gallon for gas? In the years since gas prices went from 39 cents per gallon to $3.39, I have seen nothing but an increase in traffic.

I don't expect to see any difference if it goes to $10-a-gallon either. There still remains primarily one 150-pound person per 3,000-pound automobile and they all have trouble entering the highway. They all (myself included) will get in a car and drive two miles just to purchase a tube of toothpaste.

So why get upset? Not worth it? Don't buy it.

George B Wroe, Glyndon

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