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Tuesday, December 2, 2014

CBS: How low can gas prices go?

I suppose that is totally dependable on how low we set the bar. It could end up at a point where it is still yielding positive results for both parties. It wouldn't do any good if either consumer or gas provider would fall flat on their back.

I have a suspicion that gas prices could drop to a level where there is still some wiggle-room left. How far down prices can drop to reach that level is uncertain. In my personal opinion; I don't think they will go down very much.

I am quite sure someone will go into a song and dance about why they don't go as low as they can go and we will be kept in limbo.

CBS: What happens when you swipe your card?
That is the weirdest thing of all. I have noticed that after swiping my card the amount in my bank account dwindles. That hasn't happened just once or twice, but each and every time. So much for paying with plastic; it costs you anyway.

CNN: 19 ways to be a morning person.
That is all good and well, but for all those 19 ways to work there is one thing that needs to happen first. You have to open your eyes.

Preferably in the morning!



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