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Gasoline Starts Rising Above $3/Gallon For Regular Unleaded
Kansas City, MO - Although anticipated, it's still a bit of a shock to see gasoline prices over $3/gallon. But that's what happened overnight in Kansas City, as stations started raising their prices on fears of production problems relatd to Hurricane Katrina. One station Westport hit $3.09 for regular unleaded. A station manager in Smithville said his prices would go to $3.20/gallon, with a possible stoppage in shipments before too long. With the port of New Orleans closed, gasoline normally traveling up the river must find another route.
I hope gas prices continue to climb even higher than $4 a gal.
The way to make gas go down is very simple. All you have to do is not buy gas for three days. It has to be everyone around the world or atleast in the country that it needs to go down in. I think that if everyone just didn't buy gas for three days the price would drop and if it went back up everyone just not buy it again untill it drops