Official, first day of the weekend, Saturday!  

SmoothOneAllMan 68M
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11/12/2005 4:05 am

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Official, first day of the weekend, Saturday!

7am in the east, slept in and been doing my morning Internet stuff, so a bit later getting this post started. Have to get my laundry started in a little bit, then get out and have breakfast. My chores are not as monumental as some, but there are a few I have to get done this weekend. Have to clean up some in my part of the house. Vacuum, wipe down, etc. Have a few work things to do, but like most weekends, I intend to kick back and rest some. Have to recharge for the coming you know what week? LOL
No news this past week from the legal front, so I am not sure what the hell is going on. I do not call or go see my lawyer unless there is need, cause you know how they love to charge you for stuff. So, I sit and wait.
Update, 9am, I will hang in there and persevere, thanks for the encouragement.
Also, this just in from our daily news paper here in Greensboro:
Gasoline prices shift into reverse

Gas prices in the Triad have taken a U-turn since Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast in late August, dropping as much as $1 a gallon at some stations.

Most experts predict fuel costs will continue to decline. They just don't agree on how much.

"People would like to see it below $2," said Joung Lee, who operates the YiCo station on West Market Street in Greensboro. "They can do some side activities because they are saving gas money."

Lee, who expects gas to drop another 5 to 10 cents a gallon next week, said his prices have tumbled from a high of $3.19 after Katrina disrupted gas supplies to $2.19 on Friday.

Petroleum experts say gas prices are falling for several reasons, including lower crude oil prices, reduced demand, rising inventories of fuel and mild weather.

As long as those trends continue, prices should drop.
(EDIT) Yeah, and any excuse to see the trend change will signal more windfall profits.

But if, for example, the weather turns cold, refineries will be forced to use their inventories to produce more home heating oil, which would push up the cost of gasoline.
(EDIT) See? Getting us ready so do not let them have their way. CONSERVE! We have to do it!

For now, this summer's price hikes have shifted into reverse.

redmustang91 57M  
8599 posts
11/12/2005 5:12 am

Legal stuff always takes too long as everyone ponders and worries over each step! hang tough and persevere.

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