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May just prove The Hawk's Conspiracy Theory

Bryan Blair writes about:> Gas Price Drumbeat Could be a conspiracy The Hawk says
Many stations along Interstates have started flashing a 'cash' price and then a 'credit' price on their signs and it usually runs about 3 to 5 cents difference....granted they do have to change the prices, so perhaps the driver did indeed see the price change happen, but just pointing out that I have seen Flying J's, Love's and other truck stops on my daily drive to Louisville running the cash/credit prices and it does look like the price changes before your eyes.-Bryan Blair
Maybe this is an explanation, but it is all to logical for a real conspiracy believer. It may just prove The Hawk's Big Oil Conspiracy against Adair Countians. After all, you are an Adair Countian. I just wish Dr. Neat were alive to explain it. -CM

This story was posted on 2009-08-07 10:45:14
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