Herman by Jim Unger for January 17, 2022

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    jasonsnakelover  7 months ago

    One time I had $11.

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    Zykoic  7 months ago

    So that’s why gasoline is sooooo expensive. Boosting camel sales for Bedouins. Now that makes sense!

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    Farside99  7 months ago

    Somebody is probably getting a kickback from the Bedouins.

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    whahoppened  7 months ago

    Or.. “How many camels could we buy?”

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    Daniel Verburg  7 months ago

    Huh ? Did I miss the point of the joke?

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    Comic Man Premium Member 7 months ago

    Biden / Shumer conspiring.

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    profbob  7 months ago

    Biden-nomics put up the cost of gas, sell more EVs.

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    Olddog04  7 months ago

    It’s called supply and demand. We are all being conned. There’s plenty of gas. It just gets rationed to us, so the prices stay high.

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    Stocky One  7 months ago

    Yes, business will be good – once you get over the hump!

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    Jeffin Premium Member 7 months ago

    Everyone’s gonna start smoking again?

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    dflak  7 months ago

    Maybe this might not be a bad idea.

    According to popular GOP myth, there is an infinite supply of fossil fuels. According to science there isn’t.

    It costs more and more to dig deeper and deeper to get to oil that would never have been touched when oil was $6 a barrel. It would cost more to extract it than they could sell it for. So there is also an economic side to the equation. As long as gasoline prices can go up, then previously unprofitable oil reserves will open up.

    So it comes down to, “How much are Americans willing to pay for a gallon of gasoline?” All you have to do to test this theory is convince them that we are running out – even for a couple of days and they will pay twice the price and wait on line for hours for the privilege.

    Eventually, we will get to the point where alternative fuels are economically competitive with oil. When that happens, U.S. foreign policy will not have to be based, in part, on the goodwill of foreign oil producers.

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    mindjob  7 months ago

    It won’t work because camel food costs $11 per pound

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    sandpiper  7 months ago

    But first you gotta get over that hump.

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    WCraft Premium Member 7 months ago

    Odd…we’re buying from them again? Seems like only recently we were net exporters of oil, not buyers…

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    Kaputnik  7 months ago

    Considering the probable cost of feeding a camel, gas might have to be more expensive than that. And then there’s the problem of cleaning up all those camel droppings when you don’t live in a big sandbox.

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    p1op2cor3n  7 months ago

    As many as EV cars.

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    Need coffee  7 months ago

    Aha. Always follow the money.

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    ehselin1967  7 months ago

    People would stop driving? Use camels?

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    David Huie Green-HavePityOnOthersYouWillNeedItToo  7 months ago

    Now we know the REAL reason for the current prices!!

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    Daniel Verburg  7 months ago

    That cartoon made Jim Hunger ‘his day of the year’ !

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