I've only driven our car, what, twice? Three times maybe? Gas prices don't make my brain burn. Gas prices are up. Gas prices here in Nova Scotia are among the highest in the country. The (regulated) price at the corner is $1.321 per litre. People are freaking out. One by one, freaking out. But how much can you freak out, and for how long? Antishay writes about the whining on her blog: I had a conversation the other day that went something like this: Friend: OH MY GOD Gas is now $3.71 a gallon! Me: Oh? Friend: THAT'S JUST INSANE. I can't afford that. Me: I don't really look at gas prices. Friend: I always go to Arco, they're usually $0.05 less. Me: I don't know... five cents doesn't really add up. My tank holds about 14 gallons, so that's only a savings of $0.70 per gallon. It just doesn't make much of a difference to me. Granted, when we were in high school it was $1.14 per tank, but the day-to-day savings doesn't give me much to celebrat
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