Mike the Mad Biologist

Not that it seems to help. But, by way of Gadflyer.com, I came across this table which lists national weekly gas prices.

2006 is the only year from 1993-2006 where gas prices dropped in the first week of November and then rose dramatically (one percent per week). Every other year prices either flat-lined or continued to decrease. Just something to think about…

Comments

  1. #1 Troublesome Frog
    February 1, 2007

    I remember watching gas prices crash in my area around then and thinking, “Wow. What a clever way to get around campaign financing laws!”

  2. #2 david riley
    June 3, 2009

    intensionally i think gas prices should stay at around 1.95. If gas stays around that price range then i think it will solve a little bit of our problems in our economy today. I might be at a young age but i think the gas should be at a reasonable price for everyone icluding the president. SO KEEP PRICES DOWN

  3. #3 david riley
    June 3, 2009

    intensionally i think gas prices should stay at around 1.95. If gas stays around that price range then i think it will solve a little bit of our problems in our economy today. I might be at a young age but i think the gas should be at a reasonable price for everyone icluding the president. SO KEEP PRICES DOWN

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