WSJ on Gasoline Prices

gas%20prices.jpgThe Wall Street Journal is usually subscription only, so online readers and bloggers don't use it much. The WSJ seems to think that its readers are rich enough to pay for it and doesn't seem to care that nobody under 30 knows it exists. A shame, because they often run interesting articles worth linking to. For the next two weeks, we can- they have opened the kimono. Today we read how the jump in gas prices has had almost no effect or change on people's habits. Yet.
"With gasoline prices in the U.S. approaching an average $3 a gallon, Americans are moaning about the rising cost, but so far they are resisting big changes in their gas-guzzling ways." ::Wall Street Journal

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