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    not Libya.... and you have to remember, if the middle east/libya/angola region starts to become unstable, it is going to push up the price of the US supply

    on a different note did you get my email from yesterday?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ecampbell Click here to enlarge
    on a different note did you get my email from yesterday?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ecampbell Click here to enlarge
    not Libya.... and you have to remember, if the middle east/libya/angola region starts to become unstable, it is going to push up the price of the US supply

    on a different note did you get my email from yesterday?
    Nope, didn't get it.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    But most of that oil goes to Europe?
    From Libya yes....but from other places in the Middle East and Africa, Asia is the main market.

    People think the oil is the issue....it's what people do with the oil that's the issue. The entire Chinese production field is fueled by this. So cheap fuel = cheap products for North America and Europe to consume. It's the indirect cost of oil, or I should say hydrocarbons, that is what is at play.

    The joke is that it's coal that's in greatest demand in Asia.....Australia and Indonesia as an example benifit from this emencely with exports.

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    Want more proof it is about the oil....explain why the US or the UN is not stepping in against Syria. The Syrian government is perhaps worst than what we are seeing in Libya at the moment yet funny enough they are not an oil exporter) so no UN involvement.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ecampbell Click here to enlarge
    Want more proof it is about the oil....explain why the US or the UN is not stepping in against Syria. The Syrian government is perhaps worst than what we are seeing in Libya at the moment yet funny enough they are not an oil exporter) so no UN involvement.
    There are other African nations that could be named as well where government atrocities are taking place and nobody is stepping in. I'm just glad people see the obvious bias.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ecampbell Click here to enlarge
    Want more proof it is about the oil....explain why the US or the UN is not stepping in against Syria. The Syrian government is perhaps worst than what we are seeing in Libya at the moment yet funny enough they are not an oil exporter) so no UN involvement.
    Not entirally true. Active UN actions are blocked by China and Russia. Those countries do the same.to their population, and thus will not vote against Syria. UN and US are trying to isolate the.Syrian governement, but this governement is isolating itself faster than foreign sanctions could, so it appears like nothing much is happening.
    There are two theories to arguing with women. Neither one works

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    is it odd that I get most of my news from this site?

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    60 mil bbl released? Too bad that won't change actual gas prices for a couple of months.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jacksonhandy Click here to enlarge
    60 mil bbl released? Too bad that won't change actual gas prices for a couple of months.
    Already seeing the effects. Gas is almost back in the $3's again for premium.

    Big middle finger to Iran...
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by propain Click here to enlarge
    Already seeing the effects. Gas is almost back in the $3's again for premium.

    Big middle finger to Iran...
    I live in Germany, aafes prices are still $4.11/gal for 98 RON. Just drove through France and paid 1.67 euro/liter for 98 and ended up paying 111 euro for gas the whole trip. $158 bucks as of today, for only about 70-75 liters, I don't remember exactly.

    Plus in Europe they have this new E10 mandatory crap. I actually had to check the owners manual of my wifes car to make sure it could run it.

    Glad your seeing lower prices though.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    is it odd that I get most of my news from this site?
    Nope, I like that it covers everything.

    Now all we need is an IM function, DIY database, and a parts/dealer review databse. BB will become a one stop shop....

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Nope, I like that it covers everything.

    Now all we need is an IM function, DIY database, and a parts/dealer review databse. BB will become a one stop shop....
    Just get your search function working first Mr. Ambitious.. LOL
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by propain Click here to enlarge
    Just get your search function working first Mr. Ambitious.. LOL
    Might require updating the entire board... I'm trying to find a way around that.

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