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GhostOfMyFormerSelf 158 points ago +158 / -0

$0.14 overnight...

Fuck. Every. Biden. Ballot. Stuffer.

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IncredibleMrE1 88 points ago +89 / -1

This. Fuck the riggers.

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stratocaster_patriot 39 points ago +39 / -0

Yo where my check at?

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nointernetforyou 20 points ago +20 / -0

We'll see if we can get it to you in 3-4 months... maybe longer...

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War_Hamster 17 points ago +17 / -0

In 3-4 months, none of us will have bank accounts to cash them at.

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Cryptops 6 points ago +6 / -0

Wont need to worry about bank accounts after we've spent it all on astronomical taxes and gas prices

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Trump1234KAG 9 points ago +9 / -0

$10,000,000 on Pakistani Gender Studies

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B4size25paper 1 point ago +1 / -0

You won't need a bank account. Remember: "you will own nothing and be happy about it".

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Averon 4 points ago +4 / -0

I hope you've made provisions to survive with no electrical service, water service or money.

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Whatyougotson 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ya i got all my bitcoins securly hidden in someone elses pocket /s

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peterthegreen 4 points ago +4 / -0

Bank website prompt: "In accordance with new government regulations, please enter your Covid-19 Vaccination ID number in order to access your account."

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War_Hamster 4 points ago +4 / -0

Probably, even if it's against the Nuremberg rulings.

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side_o_beef 2 points ago +2 / -0

"You'll own nothing and you'll be happy."

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War_Hamster 1 point ago +1 / -0

Amazing that they're saying the quiet parts out loud now, isn't it?

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Skyrison 12 points ago +12 / -0

same man! maybe he can AT LEAST make himself useful by giving me that 2000 fucking dollars...... fucking useless shit lord cunt nugget biden

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Fridge_pirate 11 points ago +11 / -0

Pssh, we're all entitled to much more than just a measly 2000. I say we start demanding interest.

The late fee is already another grand, I expect my $12,000 check ASAP.

Print that shit out! Double time!

$24,000 now. Gonna keep going up, too.

Joe's America, right?

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lurker10001111 7 points ago +7 / -0

We aren't entitled to jack sh*t because that 2,000 is a fraction of OUR money (those that pay taxes... so everyone but liberals, pakistan, etc.)

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Wearyman 6 points ago +6 / -0

We are entitled to keep our own money.

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Fridge_pirate 4 points ago +4 / -0

Hell no, you got it all wrong, friend!

Didn't you get the memo?

This is Biden's America. We print that shit out by the mafuggin' roll, son. 24/7/365.

And hell yeah you're entitled to it, we're all entitled to everything in the world and then some more on top of it.

I want my fucking $350,000 stimulus check.

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independentbystander 1 point ago +1 / -0

THREE FITTY (K)

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stratocaster_patriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well actually I don't care about a check. I was making fun of the people who seem to have voted Biden for a stinking check and now that's all they are concerned with.

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westrock2000 2 points ago +2 / -0

Have you considered getting a job clearing abandoned land mines? 😳🤣

I heard that industry is exploding 🤯

https://youtu.be/ZjDbZqsqTYQ

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stratocaster_patriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

Uuuum....so ma check be in duh lanminds?

Dude she is such a bimbo lol.

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Joesf23 31 points ago +31 / -0

Riggers take the bus to get dat gubmint goody bag so they dont care

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Joesf23 16 points ago +16 / -0

Everyone else probably had on more expensive clothes/shoes than you along with a new "hair-did" style

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Prometheus76 17 points ago +17 / -0

Don't forget the gorilla glue!

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el-y0y0s 18 points ago +18 / -0

that 18 cents fed excise tax per gallon of gas you pay out in the suburbs go to the cities to run those buses.

Wealth transfer has been a thing for a long time.

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War_Hamster 5 points ago +5 / -0

108 years at least.

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ElectronicSlurm69 2 points ago +2 / -0

Whenever I see a bus with zero or maybe 1-2 people on it around here I think of Marge Simpson saying this to Homer....."Well, I Was Sure You'd Be On Foot, Because You Always Say Public Transportation Is For Losers. "

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goldkeyboardwarrior 7 points ago +7 / -0

By the time they get that that remaining $1400 that Biden promised (after claiming he would give them 2,000 if they voted for the two Democrat senators in the GA runoff, which is somehow not a bribe), they'll be using it to put gas in their cars because there won't be much left after that.

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caKAG 70 points ago +70 / -0

Easily 20% increase in gas prices since Biden was inaugurated from what I've seen.

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fucktheleft 31 points ago +31 / -0

25% here in my county in Florida

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War_Hamster 16 points ago +16 / -0

I'm in SoCal where I think we have the highest gas prices in the continental US.

https://www.gasbuddy.com/charts

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caKAG 6 points ago +6 / -0

And given California environmental law regarding gas production, it increases the prices in Arizona, Nevada, and other western states.

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james43552352345 3 points ago +4 / -1

You get what you fucking deserve for living in commiefornia.

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War_Hamster 3 points ago +3 / -0

Pretty hard to argue with that.

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james43552352345 2 points ago +2 / -0

hahaha yup. Always cracks me up when I am talking with someone online and they're like "I don't know how you can live in a red state"....like dem states are some sort of paradise of something. Truth be told, these people are probably the typical neck beards that live at home their entire life because housing is too expensive and cost of living is too expensive in dem states.

In red states, you could be making minimum wage and still be able to afford a decent standard of living because the cost of living is significantly lower. In a dem state, it is impossible to make a living if you are making crap money which explains why dems are always angry and want some sort of government out.

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War_Hamster 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well, in my defense I was almost out of California 5 years ago. I was moving to the Caribbean. Then I had a serious injury and spent 2 years rehabbing and watching my business go under.

I'd be in Florida now with my new business, but Covid delayed opening for a year.

But I am getting out of Dodge soon.

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TheThreeSeashells 13 points ago +13 / -0

It was up here a little over 15% from Jan. 20th to Jan. 21st and steadily rising ever since.

I remember when gas prices plummeted under President Trump and the Left was REEEEEEING about how gas prices have nothing to do with who's President (or in our present situation, presiding as the figurehead of a shadow regime.) The mental gymnastics of the Left along with their complete lack of understanding how economies work never cease to amaze me.

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Skyrison 3 points ago +3 / -0

EVERY single one of them is awwwwfully quiet right now ...arent they? even r/politics is turning on biden LOL

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Fridge_pirate 3 points ago +3 / -0

Good. Let the snakes eat each other. Useless wastes of oxygen and other resources.

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SteelBallRun1890 6 points ago +6 / -0

Gas was already going down before the pandemic, it was only during the pandemic it got really low. And it's not like people are suddenly excited to start working in... February? And right after the oil lines were cut and we became a no longer self dependent energy nation. Huh, crazy timing.

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Snipthetipandsip 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm here to remind you that OPEC and Russia had a production battle to drive down prices in March of last year that not only was it successfully negotiated by president Trump, but he also used the low prices to fill our strategic oil reserves.

Oil prices were at a steady low during Trump's admin because of optimism in Trump's energy plan. The price of oil is going through the roof because of Biden's EO closing the XL pipeline. You can't blame the Pandemic for low gas prices as once the price of gas returned to it's average over the 4 years of Trump after OPEC and Russia negotiation on oil production was settled which was in the peak summer months. Besides if high demand was the reason for increased prices it would of hit where we're at now do to how much gas was used to burn down liberal cities during the BLM riots.

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ItsFunToSay-M-A-G-A 2 points ago +2 / -0

From the business card I made below:

(Front side, pic of vacant stare Joe)

"Joe Biden just killed 70,000 jobs, made the price of gasoline go up, and made us dependent on foreign oil by shutting down the Keystone XL Pipeline."

(Back side, pic of Trump smiling)

"MISS ME YET?"

(plus facts about how Trump made the economy and gas prices great, and how Trump won the election, and website URLs where people can prove it to themselves.)

.

JOE BIDEN JUST KILLED 70,000 JOBS - MISS TRUMP YET? - These are REDPILL "BUSINESS CARDS" You Can Print Out and Leave In Stores and Public Places!!! Includes Links to Election Fraud Info Websites!!!

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Print these out and spread them all over your town!

Keep redpilling people by bypassing the fake news media and social media censorship by posting truth messages IN REAL LIFE!

MAGA FOREVER!!!!

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GBA4ever 3 points ago +3 / -0

I paid $2.20 gallon in November. Up to $2.65 today.

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officer_slater 5 points ago +5 / -0

Hilarious you said end the pandemic. Which one of your personal fauci statues do you bow to at night

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Snipthetipandsip 3 points ago +3 / -0

This guy is an idiot. The low price of oil had nothing to do with anything but the production battle between OPEC and Russia which saw us in Florida hit 1.80 as a low in March. After the production battle was negotiated; the price of gas returned to 2.10 - 2.20 which was the national average during Trump term pre-plandemic.

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SteelBallRun1890 1 point ago +1 / -0

How can optimism increase with a "functional govt getting it out to end the pandemic" when that's exactly what we had a few months ago? The government we just had also are the ones responsible for even getting the vaccine so soon in the face of all of those that said it was impossible, whereas the current "government" continues the rate the previous admin dished out vaccines and admits they have no plan whatsoever for the virus. I really don't think it's optimism.

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NathanHale 30 points ago +30 / -0

people will park diesel vehicles like they did years ago

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stratocaster_patriot 10 points ago +15 / -5

Oh you mean those european cars that were illegally belching toxic gases into the air for decades under the radar? Fuck Europe.

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fegeline 10 points ago +10 / -0

Nah that was Volkswagen, those cars weren't more toxic than any older car. Except for the monkeys they put in cages to test if they would survive the emissions. The only chemical they add is adblue (bull piss), same as they put in big rigs to clean emissions.

It's harmless but extremely unpractical because you need a separate tank for that, and that tank must always be between 10-30 degrees C, if it gets even hotter or colder the liquid freeze and destroys the engine. Best case scenario you got a $10,000 reparation.

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stratocaster_patriot 1 point ago +2 / -1

Good input but my point was more along the lines of them pumping things into the air that actually kill people, meanwhile we are acting like we need to join with EU nations to reduce CO2 which is not a poison. I don't think we can trust these people and we can totally destroy their claimed commitment to the environment. If they lied about something deadly, what won't they lie about?

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fegeline 2 points ago +2 / -0

Good point, but I just can't recall anything they would pump into the air via the cars exhaust systems. I'm aware of chem trails after aircraft and some chemicals sprayed directly from the ground or via industrial chimneys but never via cars.

Maybe you're thinking about how they split the diesel particles into smaller pieces. That is indeed dangerous, like asbestos the small particles get stuck in your lungs and new cells will grow over it. Old diesel cars might smell bad and might cause cough if you breathe in the smoke, but at least you'll be able to cough those larger particles up before they get stuck.

This is a problem in most modern diesel cars tho and nothing unique for Europe. I wonder if this might be the reason for the recent adblue hysteria. While adblue might be unpractical it does bind those small particles into crystals, assuming the system works properly.

And yea, the government lies about pretty much everything when it comes to the environment or people health.

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stratocaster_patriot 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm not saying there was a problem with diesel as such. The problem was VW was pumping something like 40 times the USA standard for NOx gas and were covering it up intentionally. So not only were they pumping out 40x the amount of greenhouse gas but it is also highly toxic and of great concern compared to CO2 in my opinion since we all breathe CO2 out and trees eat it.

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TommyLasordasBallBag 5 points ago +5 / -0

Or my F250 🙄. Really going to miss the cooled seats this summer when it's 113 outside

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20DJTrump20 3 points ago +3 / -0

I feel your pain. I drive a 5.4L Excursion, 44 gallon tank. Time to get the V6 coupe running again I guess.

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IncredibleMrE1 25 points ago +26 / -1

That's fucking fast!

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KAGAnoRINO 8 points ago +8 / -0

Usually that speed around either Xioe or Hunter requires a underage girl

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Skyrison 25 points ago +25 / -0

welp...the fun years are now over. :( im going to go back to thinking twice on when to drive in my twin turbo audi. i never ever had to worry about the gas the past few years ive had it or worry about "gas prices" or shit.

:/

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LawfulSilentMajority 22 points ago +22 / -0

That's the goal. They don't want low gas prices because high gas prices are needed to justify the cost of the alternatives they want.

The math looks like crap to spend +$20,000 on a usable electric car when gas is cheap so just make it $5/gal and now look at all the money you're "saving"!

Then we need a $30 minimum because look at how high cost of living is! Don't you care about the disadvantaged poor people? Just don't ask why we've regulated out of existence the option to buy an actually cheap car. There are tons of options around the world to buy a new car that costs ~$6000 made by the same companies that are already in the US market but the literal cheapest you can go is a $15,000 chevy Spark in the US.

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grndmrshlgando 6 points ago +6 / -0

Its really about bankrupting the population so they can control them. theyre hitting food next. Eventually they'll crash the dollar entirely and bring in an age of chaos and carnage.

well if nobody stops them thats what will happen. for having such a huge military and state of the art weaponry the US might as well be peewees playhouse because there appears to be absolutely zero checks and balances or defense against something like this. Theyve been flying the Chinese flag in Massachusetts since September for fucks sake

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Trump1234KAG 1 point ago +1 / -0

we're not already bankrupt? I have a mortgage!

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Rocks_vs_Uzis 1 point ago +1 / -0

A crashing dollar will spell the end of the union (thank God). We'll build a new constitutional federation of independent republics and tell this current government to go fuck itself. There won't be a damn thing those retards can do about it.

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fegeline 2 points ago +2 / -0

$5/gal is just the beginning, some places in Europe takes $7/gal and want to double it in just a few years. And that's not even pure gasoline, they mix in about 25% ethanol in it. 98 octane is pure tho but that's already $9/gal.

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Moheekin 4 points ago +4 / -0

Smiles per gallon my friend.

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Snipthetipandsip 3 points ago +3 / -0

Gas prices were 2.10 national average pre-plandemic and stayed between 2.00 and 2.20 in most states. Your point makes no sense to blame the Pandemic. The only reason the price of oil dropped below the 3 year national average during the first couple of months during the plandemic was because OPEC and Russia were over producing to try and screw each other's profits. Once that production war was negotiated (by Trump) the price per gallon returned to what it was pre-plandemic.

It makes more sense that the sudden increase is based on future speculation that oil will be transported by rail rather then pipeline due to the signing of the EO closing down the XL pipeline seeing as gas started to creep up directly after it's signing. Oil transported by rail has a 20$ increase per barrel over it's transport by pipeline.

Maybe you should try following the money. See who most benefits from oil being transported by rail (hint: last be is buffet) and see how much that individual has donated to Democrats.

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RegularAmerican 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is bulshit don't listen to him^ the us and the world consumed more oil on 2020 than in any year before.

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Deadpool 24 points ago +24 / -0

Democrats, making America a third world shit hole for their pals in Iran, Russia and China.

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My2Cents 22 points ago +22 / -0

food prices going up too. have you noticed?

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TheThreeSeashells 11 points ago +11 / -0

Milk jumped from $2.19/gallon to $2.49/gallon within a week. All that stuff in the supermarket has to get there somehow...and it's not in electric trucks...or magic. I haven't checked eggs yet, but I'm guessing if they haven't gone up yet, they will soon.

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My2Cents 7 points ago +7 / -0

"stimulus" money has to go somewhere--more dollars chasing same supply of goods=inflation.

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rowboat17 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't think it's exactly a supply-demand thing with the stimulus $$. I think the gas stations and other retailers know that consumers get loose with their free gubmint $$ and they can charge more in the short term.

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My2Cents 1 point ago +1 / -0

Biggest asset bubbles are real estate and stock market. Funny money's gotta go somewhere.

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Fridge_pirate 1 point ago +1 / -0

So they can just print some more out and cut me another check.

Fuck it, they want to crater this country, let's accelerate this handbasket. No brakes.

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Falling_ferret 3 points ago +3 / -0

And someone should check with the farmers to see if they're seeing a single $1 from that increase. Me gut says somehow they're getting less.

Pretty soon you'll be asking for your eggs "over microsoft easy(tm)".

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Canlog96 21 points ago +21 / -0

Welcome to the world of liberal leadership. The costs for everything go up up up! A lot of you unfortunate folks in blue states are probably used to this kind of thing by now, but all you small town red state people should get ready too. This is how it always is, the left raises the cost of living for the average person with anti-business and anti-consumer policies like the disastrous and ineffective carbon tax(all it does is raise gas prices and make consumers pissed off. “Putting a price on carbon” won’t stop people from filling up their cars, and it won’t make them blow 100k on a Tesla). And then once they finish damaging the content they’ll blame capitalism for it while more right minded people try to clean up the mess.

It’s been like this for a long time too.

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monkadelic 9 points ago +9 / -0

whats different this time is all the extra money printing. They got Trump to start it, and they're gonna ramp it up. This next payout is just one of many that are coming until we have UBI. Not only are costs going up, but your current savings is becoming worthless.

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Canlog96 4 points ago +4 / -0

Don’t be fooled. These stimulus checks are part of a plan to eventually introduce UBI and as we all know once the government starts up a social program, it’s nearly impossible to stop it. People get addicted to the program even if it’s hurting them and any attempt to repeal it will be met with a violent response. Once the left implements UBI no one will be able to get rid of it.

They’re already saying “see how much these stimulus checks helped people? Why can’t we have UBI and do this every month?!”. These stimulus checks are part one of the UBI plan, giving people a free taste. What people aren’t talking about is how much this costed. That stimulus doesn’t come cheap and doing it every month forever would be a disaster. Now of course the UBI proponents say they’ll pay for it by “taxing the rich”. The rich don’t have enough money for this, and as we all know tax hikes never stay isolated to the rich for long. Think of every time a politician got elected promising to only tax the rich and then a month later you see a 10% tax increase on your already ridiculous bills.

UBI is coming and within our lifetimes. Prepare yourself and your bank accounts. It’s about to get messy

Fuck the left, and fuck UBI

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TheJustin 16 points ago +16 / -0

Up $.30/gal since 1 month ago...

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Cdope45 16 points ago +17 / -1

This is a tax on the middle class and punishment for Trump supporters.

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TheThreeSeashells 3 points ago +5 / -2

It affects the poor the most. "Middle class" people may have the ability to cut back a little here and there. The poor cannot. Where I live, there are people driving almost an hour for low paying jobs because there are none where they live. There are no commuter trains or buses. It's cars only. These are the people who will be hit the hardest and have no other options.

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maleitch 8 points ago +9 / -1

It does not affect the poor the most, so sick of this fucking deification of the fucking poor just because they have no money. They have unlimited subsidies and safety checks funded directly from my paycheck. If your town is so depressed that people have to drive an hour to work fast food jobs then you don't really have a town. You have a spot out in the woods.

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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm not talking about the poor who cheat the system. I'm talking about those who don't ask for a dime of government money and work their asses off to barely get by. Not everyone runs to gubmint for gimmedats. You do realize there are still people who don't want to lean on gubmint for everything or even anything, right?

If your town is so depressed that people have to drive an hour to work fast food jobs then you don't really have a town. You have a spot out in the woods.

I live in the town they travel TO for work. Sounds like you don't live anywhere near rural America though because you obviously haven't seen how quickly it can go from suburban to rural to really rural. As I said, there are no buses or trains either. I grew up in a metropolitan area where everyone assumed there were multiple options to get around and a supermarket within a mile drive from everywhere so I understand that misguided mindset. That's actually not the way it is in many places.

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maleitch 1 point ago +1 / -0

Far from misguided, there are maybe 3 states in this union I have not visited. I do not live in a large town, but I am by no means in a city. I also drive through some of the poorest most rural areas in the country. This is not hyperbole, but actual census data.

I don't understand how someone lives in a trailer, 20 miles from the nearest commercial business, does not own a car, and expects to make a living. How does one even get out there in the first place?

If it is as bad as you say then how do those household get groceries? This is not a bash against you, and kudos for not resorting to government aid, but man if it will help you or them move to a better area of opportunity then use all the welfare you need to get on your feet. It is people in those situations I am ok spending it on.

If you live in the middle of nowhere, then you need to sell your property and go get an apartment in a location where jobs exist. It has been that way for humans since this paid labor was a concept. People do it all the time, and insisting that you have to live in an economic ghosttown are simple creating their own misery.

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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +1 / -0

I lived in the biggest metropolitan area in the country and left to move to a small city in "flyover country", so I've seen both ends of the spectrum and have lived in both ends and seen them up close. Not just visited or have driven through and made a rash judgement.

I don't understand how someone lives in a trailer, 20 miles from the nearest commercial business, does not own a car, and expects to make a living. How does one even get out there in the first place? If it is as bad as you say then how do those household get groceries?

It's statements like this that lead me to believe you have no idea what you're talking about. They're driving 30-45 minutes in some cases to shop. I've heard people talking about how far they drove just to go shopping for food or other items or simply get to a cashier's job. You do what you gotta do.

Also, nobody said these people don't own cars. The discussion is about skyrocketing gas prices and it's affect on people who can ONLY rely on an automobile for transportation because there's no public transportation (or very limited public transportation) where they live.

If you live in the middle of nowhere, then you need to sell your property and go get an apartment in a location where jobs exist.

Not everyone wants to live in some crap apartment in a crap city next to crap neighbors. That's very closed-minded and also EXACTLY what the Left wants: To corral everyone in their shithole cities to exert more control over them. It seems like you're tipping your hand a little bit here.

It has been that way for humans since this paid labor was a concept.

No, it hasn't. Since people began to own cars they have been moving further and further for work. Exactly the opposite of what you claim. I once looked to move to Northern PA and found that there were a LOT of people living there who commuted to NYC or Philadelphia every day despite an almost two hour commute. NYC's commuter area is gigantic despite there being PLENTY of jobs within that radius.

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grndmrshlgando 5 points ago +5 / -0

It affects the poor the most.

Thats the plan. Get the lower class to fight the middle class while the upper class steals all the money and runs

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MustangManny 2 points ago +2 / -0

I see people walking on the side of the road wearing fast food and dollar store uniforms. Like you said some rural areas don't have busses and if they do they only run 2 times per day.

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ThePoisonBullet 12 points ago +12 / -0

Going back to 4 dollars.

We all know it is.

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VoidWanderer 6 points ago +6 / -0

It won't stop there. It's going to get into the 5-6 range, if not a little higher.

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Barrysstash 3 points ago +3 / -0

Probably 9-12 range

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Barrysstash 5 points ago +5 / -0

Probably 13-17

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WhitePowerRanger 1 point ago +1 / -0

Probably 13/50

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ThePoisonBullet 2 points ago +2 / -0

How to dispose car and inform insurance that car magically vanished

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MustangManny 2 points ago +2 / -0

Unfortunately I lost all my cars in a boating accident.

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ManyDirt 2 points ago +2 / -0

That'll make that thurnberg girl happy, though!

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Fridge_pirate 2 points ago +3 / -1

I want to see lines at every gas station. Let's get the per-gallon in two digit status before Christmas. Come on guys. We can do this.

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bidensmissingbrain 2 points ago +2 / -0

🚀🚀🚀

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EirTactical 10 points ago +10 / -0

I fucking hate it. I just got a truck last November for work purposes and I'm now paying roughly $8 more per fill up right now.

Fuck these liberal assholes and their 'morals'.

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MustangManny 4 points ago +4 / -0

On top of that you'll be loading it with $9 2x4's. Price of lumber going up fast.

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EirTactical 5 points ago +5 / -0

Joke's on you. I work primarily with firearms. I just load my truck with scalped ammo and highly vilified firearms.

cries

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Assault-Covfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Same here. My old truck rusted out to the point it wouldn't pass inspection. Got a nice, well maintained 2018 tundra in September. This isn't going to be fun. At least i have a Honda Civic for my daily commute.

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MustangManny 1 point ago +1 / -0

What kind of truck rusted out? I have an early 2000's Dodge Dakota that rusted out within 18 months. Mechanic said it was made of cheap Chinese steel. Rusted out from behind the paint.

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Assault-Covfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

2005 Tundra. 2004 - 2008 editions had (unbeknowst to me) frame rust issues. there were recalls on 07 and 08 models about 7-8 years ago, but that was it. Supposedly, Toyota now uses better steel so hopefully I can get a full 20 years out of this truck. Provided that gas isn't 10 bucks/gallon.

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nickybops 6 points ago +6 / -0

I stopped driving my car unless I need to go far, which is never. I've been taking my electric bike to work since I work a mile away and the grocery store is not even half a mile away from where I live. Thank god for living somewhere where the weather is nice 99 percent of the time. One of these days I will calculate how much money I've saved over these past 6 months. I recommend if the weather where you live permits you to, you should do the same.

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VoidWanderer 4 points ago +4 / -0

You still need to drive your car once or twice every few months to make sure that things actually remain working.

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nickybops 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yup. I've been starting it and driving it down the road every month.

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WhitePowerRanger 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not enough. The gas is what goes bad. If you’re using ethanol (which you are) it goes bad after a month and starts absorbing water which turns into gunk which will clog your injectors. Guarantee you have shitty gas in there now if you’re only driving it 1/4 mile a month.

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Yam_nation 2 points ago +2 / -0

The bigger problem is the food in the store came on a truck a lot more than a mile away. The costs just snowball (snow is frozen water precipitation that can stick to itself in a ball if it's not terribly cold out when it no longer packs together. For those that live where the weather is always nice)

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DeplorableSteph1 5 points ago +5 / -0

We all voted for Joe so we could see massive inflation, lose our jobs, and subsist on free stuff.

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SomeoneInHouston 5 points ago +5 / -0

I've notices this. It will be $4.00 to $4.50 per gallon by summer.

Inflation is going to go crazy, as well. The dollar will weaken.

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Skyrison 2 points ago +2 / -0

:(

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Kamekaze 5 points ago +5 / -0

Wasn't it four am?

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ManyDirt 2 points ago +2 / -0

About 1:30 pm. In Shanghai...

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TheThreeSeashells 5 points ago +5 / -0

It's getting so the promised $2,000 check wouldn't have been enough to offset the rising prices anyway. Think about how high it's going to go once more people start going back to actual workplaces instead of working from home.

Additionally, how about all that, "Taxes will only go up for the rich." How's THAT promise working out for these morons? Higher gas prices which affect everyone, regardless of whether or not they drive a car, and higher insulin prices on top of it. Get ready for another wave of mass homelessness along with a wave of dying diabetics, amputations and blindness...which the media will completely ignore.

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BehindEnemyLinesCA26 4 points ago +4 / -0

Before the election gas was around $3.30 in California, now the average is around $3.70 and rising. Thanks Xiden! At least one of my vehicles is E85 capable and thats around $1.99

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BourneTactical 3 points ago +3 / -0

Problem with E85 is, it burns twice as fast and you’ll end up paying the same price as 87 in the end.

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fegeline 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well, if you own a farm, you could make your own E85. That's a big advantage.

I guess that's also why the government suddenly "forgot" about it, and are now pretending that it doesn't even exist. They don't like free stuff, when it comes from the nature.

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BehindEnemyLinesCA26 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ive been using E85 and yeah it burns slightly quicker (about 30% quicker), but I love how it makes the Silverado 2500 feel a lot quicker. The difference in power feels pretty dramatic when using E85 compared to 87. Going up steep grades, on 87 it felt lethargic and barely able to make it up, but on E85 it pulls effortlessly.

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Chilen 4 points ago +4 / -0

Before Trump took office gas prices in my city (in canada), were 1.35 a litre on average. Thats about the highest prices we have ever had here. In Trumps first year that price fell to 1.17 and then quickly fell to under a dollar and stayed there for the rest of his term. Even going as low as 56 cents!!! A price not seen hdre since about 1999!!!

Before biden got into office, but after he STOLE the election, i predicted to my wife but before xiden is out off office gas would be between 1.80 and 2.00. Xiden has been in office about 3 weeks and the gas here is at 1.17 already.

I deliver newspapers at night and have to pay for my own gas. After i pay for gas each week, i make less than minimum wage!! If gas goes to 1.40 or 1.50......im out of a job because ill be pretty much be working for free.

Fuck you biden and democrate assholes!!!

I have been wearing my MAGA hat every where i go for the past five years and continue to wear it. I get almost all compliments from people about it but the odd retard will ask why i support Trump if im a canadian and have no say in american politics.

Well this is the reason why, you dumb trudeau ball licking fucks!! American politics affect our lives more than 99% of canadians are willng to realize and admit.

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geekesmind 3 points ago +3 / -0

Gas was 1.85 before Trump left office now it's 2.22

It used to cost me around 50 dollars a month to fill up under Trump

Now under Biden, I have already spent 65 dollars since the bastard got into the white house on Jan 20th!!!

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Frosty468 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ours went up all over town.

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ErOsion9o 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes the price has surged in Australia, fucking biden the piece of shit

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jennyfrutex 3 points ago +3 / -0

Shooting up faster than Hunter Biden's latest hooker.

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BigLove 3 points ago +3 / -0

Gas prices shooting up more than Hunter Biden.

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journalist 3 points ago +3 / -0

We are going to be looking at $5 a gallon by the 4th of July.

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RobertBob223210 3 points ago +3 / -0

The general public is still blind to what Biden is up to.

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canttrumpthis203 3 points ago +3 / -0

faster than hunter with a gram of heroine

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axrevolutionai 3 points ago +3 / -0

bought a used 2016 Honda CRZ for 10k in 2019 at the height of Trump's economy

My wife knows how to cruise, drive nice and easy, 55MPG average. BEST car experience of our lives

But I feel horrible for people who have to drive trucks for work or need big cars/SUV for large families, the gas will rape you and nothing you can do about it.

If you're not into havibg a big family and you have a non labor/construction job, get a high MPG car now before dealers and private vendors scalp them like during Barry's time in office

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Candygram_for_Mongo 3 points ago +3 / -0

Fortifying gas prices

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Pravikekec 3 points ago +3 / -0

Orange man bad.

High gas prices good.

Drrrrrrrp..

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TheMadManDidItAgain 3 points ago +3 / -0

Wait until 4am to see what the price does.

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Homemade-Soap 3 points ago +3 / -0

As a Californian, I wish gas was only $3.25.

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SecondProtectsFirst 2 points ago +2 / -0

Cmon man, all the poor people Biden campaigned on helping out just need to buck up and buy a brand new electric vehicle!

Nothing says helping the poor like building half a million EV charging stations!

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VA_MAGApede 2 points ago +2 / -0

Stagflation coming to your town too!

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CHEVLEON 2 points ago +2 / -0

BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE!

With Minimum wage having a high possiblity to go to $15 The price of everything will increase, and many small buisnesses already struggling will be forced to shutter, meanwhile the only options will be the Corporations like Walmart, Target and Amazon.

My Job is Vacuum repair my boss won't be able to legally afford me.

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FiftyCentParty 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks Joe!

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barney85 2 points ago +2 / -0

it's gone up .40 cents here in las vegas since Jan 20.

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KamalaPhallus 2 points ago +2 / -0

More like shooting up faster than a ghetto heroin junkie biden tard

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TeeRoyAL 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, no shit, So.Dakota here ... filled up the truck today and says $2.50 / gallon, i said "Holy Shit, thanks Biden" .. last year it was $2.

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JuicyfearsMAGA 2 points ago +2 / -0

We need to boycott gas once or twice a week. Just doing that costs the oil companies billions a week

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ProudWhiteMan 3 points ago +3 / -0

They just sell it to you the next day these boycotts never work. You can't boycott essential things.

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JuicyfearsMAGA 1 point ago +1 / -0

It was proven that even a day a week reduced the demand enough that it does cost them a lot of money, even if it's an essential

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ProudWhiteMan 1 point ago +1 / -0

well it shakes their supply routes, no gas station to store, no tanker trucks to fill, no refining to operate, ship stays in port an extra few days. Yeah it costs them a lot of money but it won't break them.

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JuicyfearsMAGA 1 point ago +1 / -0

True, it won't break them but a study from the early 2000s showed it would cost them billions a week. Think about how the left and the right both try to boycott companies and it scares them. It can jolt their stock price in a matter of days, even. I think this is something more possible today than ever before with social media, if it catches in, democrat and republican alike might be all for it

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ShitOfPeace 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's likely to get worse. There's pressure to shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Which Biden will definitely cave to.

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TRiUMPh 2 points ago +2 / -0

Or faster than Hunter and his Asian children.

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SCP0073 2 points ago +2 / -0

Higher gas disproportionately affects the low income and minority communities, canceling fracking contracts and keystone pipeline is racist, change my mind.

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Pegstar69 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yup. My revised prediction is $3.50 by Paddy's Day.

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the_neon_cowboy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Think it bad now? hahaha give it time should be $4-5 soon enough

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CharlieMike 2 points ago +2 / -0

If you have access to a Publix grocery, about every 3 weeks, they have a coupon to get a $50 gas card for $40 with every $50 of groceries purchased. When gas was a lot cheaper, I stockpiled a bunch in case prices went up again....