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originally posted by: Vector99
originally posted by: reldra
a reply to: Vector99
CNN wasn't being over dramatic. Your first source leads to a title on another site saying a state of emergency was declared on one of the states.
When you need to circumvent regulations set in place, you have to have an emergency. They wouldn't have been able to get approval for bypassing DOT regulations regarding transporting HAZMAT otherwise.
The scary part is a fatigued driver with 4.5 tons of a highly volatile substance in tow.
originally posted by: FlyingFox
Gas piplelines share suppliers. Raw gas goes in one end from any refiner, and it's metered out the other end. They don't get the exact same gas back, it's all mixed together....the American Way!
originally posted by: ishum
a reply to: eriktheawful
Damn!! Gas here is around $2.45 to $2.55. Thats without any delivery or pipeline problems.
i would love for gas to under $2 here. NW Oregon btw.