valerie wrote: Funny because last night I watched a futuristic movie and the gas per gallon was $37.50.
I don't know how long a life I will live but I do have to say, I wonder about the young folks and the children being
born today. What kind of future they will have.
I can remember paying $0.29 on average for a gallon of gas, $0.05 for a candy bar, $0.19 for a loaf of bread, $0.02 for a couple pieces of candy or a little handful of chewing gum, $0.12 for a soft drink (and you got $0.02 back when you took the bottle back to the store).
Over the course of just 40 years (I was 16 years old, 40 years ago), prices have skyrocketed beyond belief to those in my generation. Makes me wonder what prices will be in 40 more years.