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Some of it likely has to do with heavy traffic and a bunch of different drivers.
Could be - he wasn't behind the wheel for the multiple misfires adventure and not everyone tweets like Dan does. BMW probably saw this one today:
Companies have no loyalty so I don't think "fairness" comes into play. If you decide to jump ship, I'd tell your company after you've decided to jump ship. If you tell them now and decide to stay, they'll just figure you're going to catch the next (better) train that comes along, and treat you accordingly.
I guess you know about Glassdoor.
Seems like I'm always on clean-up duty around here.
My wife's iPad often does the same thing - I just grabbed your pic and flipped it with an MS Office tool.
Pretty snazzy. Is it just me or do those wheels make me want a Coca-Cola?
Keystone wasn't vetoed. Congress just wants to skip the rest of the review process, just as was done with the TransAlaska Pipeline. Spiro broke the tie vote to skip NEPA in lieu of a fasttrack permit for that one.
There was a refinery fire in Torrance that's hammering California gas prices. For the east coast, I'm sure you'll find the usual excuses there too. Refinery maintenance, seasonal reformulation for summer gas, yada yada. As @graphicguy notes, the crude glut is growing again so the excuses won't be able to stand up much longer. Although the refinery strikes could "help".
We've actually been holding steady around here; cheapest regular is $2.05, most is $2.19.