Are We Repeating the Gas Prices of 2008 All Over Again?

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Remember back in 2008 when oil went to $140/barrel and $4 a gallon gas? It looks like we might be reliving 2008 fourteen years later.

I for one hope that 2022 gas and oil prices do the same thing they did in 2008. Read on for some oil and gas revisionist history and how we survived.

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Small Business Author, Speaker, Radio Talk Show Host, Entrepreneur, YouTuber, Blogger, Vietnam Vet, Average Cook, A fun guy.

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