Chicago is Sinking!

Submitted by DaveT on 05/20/2004 at 19:03. ( )

Saw on the news tonight that scientist think Chicago is sinking

Let me help you out Steve, Cecil and TonyH



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So what's the deal with Not buying gas yesterday?

This response submitted by kay j on 05/20/2004 at 19:32. ( )

So did it make a difference yesterday about not buying gas? i sure didnt buy any. That crap is expensive. here is $1.90. that is rediculous. I would hate to live some where where it is $2.15 a gal.

Here it's...

This response submitted by Raven on 05/20/2004 at 19:41. ( )

Here it's about 90 cents /litre... 4 litres per gallon thereabouts makes it $3.60 a gallon!


This response submitted by kay j on 05/20/2004 at 19:46. ( )

where are you at that it cost $3.60 a gal


This response submitted by Leslie on 05/20/2004 at 20:29. ( )

He must be in Canada. I was there week before last and I almost past out when I saw the gas prices..... Beer was also high! LOL.


This response submitted by glen on 05/20/2004 at 21:05. ( )

NE PA. in areas 2.24 gal ouch.

And just think

This response submitted by George on 05/20/2004 at 22:24. ( )

Milk is running $2.60 a gallon. Pepsi is $4.00 a gallon, and may God help you if you're buying Italian dressing or mayonnaise. Chevis Regal must be going for about $60 a gallon and I heard that Chanel #5 is around $4,000 a gallon. I don't think they're making any more dinosaurs, but certainly you should expect better out of grass and hay processed through a COW. Gas prices are just like the weather. Every body is complaining, but have ANY of us reduced our travel habits significantly? John Kerry blames the President, but he's the one wanting a universal economy. Ask Raven about gas prices there or look at the EEC and see what THEY are paying for gas. Kerry obviously wants to make you pay more for your gas.

But George your argument does not make sense

This response submitted by Cecil on 05/20/2004 at 23:25. ( )

How many gallons of milk or Pepsi do you buy a week? Certainly not more than a gallon or so?

Actually I don't feel sorry for some folks. They buy gas guzzling SUV's and pickup trucks that are just for looks (have you seen how small the bed is in some of these trucks?)and then they bitch about the price of gas. We still waste a lot of gas in this country and some folks are too lazy to walk a block and instead hop into the car or truck. I was camping once and watched two obese senior citizens DRIVE back and forth to the camp store when it could not have been more than a hundred foot walk. Gee I wonder why they were so fat.

Dave, if Chicago is sinking I think that's great!

This response submitted by Cecil on 05/20/2004 at 23:27. ( )

Just like Mexico City that is also sinking I could care less. As far as I am concerned big cities are an eyesore and a magnet for crime and filth.

Cecil, don't you...

This response submitted by marty on 05/21/2004 at 08:52. ( ) BAD MOUTHIN CHICAGO!

I didn't hear the news last night. But I did notice my basket ball hoop is now at about 4' high. Either the kids dropped it down or you guys are right - we are sinking!

Cecil, I do agree with you to a point. I rarely get downtown anymore. But, Chicago does have some of the finest architectural specimens, along with a vast variety too. Probably moreso than anywhere in the world. If you ever wish to come over and tour the great city, just make sure you get back out before sundown - lol!


This response submitted by homeboy on 05/21/2004 at 13:50. ( )

What part of the city are you from?

I actually grew up...

This response submitted by marty on 05/21/2004 at 14:39. ( )

...on the South side, by Midway airport. I'm now out in Shorewood with a half acre. I couldn't even imagine going back to the hustle/bustle of city life EVER again. Not knockin it. Because there's a lot of fun stuff to do. I'm just into the "front porch sittin" nowadays. Gettin old I guess...

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