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A Honey of a Deal

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 26, 2005

A recent nationwide survey showed that Americans believe gasoline prices as the country's top economic issue.

Houston Refiners at a Standstill

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 23, 2005

Luke Burgess discusses Hurricane Rita and its effect on Houston oil refineries

Hurricanes Hate Oil Refineries

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 22, 2005

My girlfriend called me on her way home from work yesterday. She told me that she just filled up her car at $2.85/gallon. I told her to go back and fill up the trunk.

Metals Rally

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 20, 2005

It was early 1988. The U.S. House of Representatives rejected President Ronald Reagan's request for $36.25 million to support Nicaraguan Contras and I could have cared less. That's because I was too busy living the 80's life.

Oil Spikes over $4.35

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 19, 2005

Crude oil futures spiked to over $4.35 today from a six-week low of $62.65. Benchmark light, sweet crude for October delivery rose close to 7%, to $67.50 in afternoon NYMEX trading.

50 Ways to Save on Heating Bills

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 19, 2005

Many people I know are winterizing their house before the cold weather hits. I've found 50 things you can do to save money on your heating bills this winter.

Are Disasters Really Good for the Economy?

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted September 13, 2005

In the middle of the political nonsense being debated among the political parties over Hurricane Katrina is the notion that there's an economic silver lining. The silver lining is that what has been destroyed will be rebuilt bigger and better.

A Community of Curmudgeons

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted September 13, 2005

Being a Baltimore native, I have a soft spot for the opinions of curmudgeons. I've read just about every article written by H.L. Mencken, the godfather of all things curmudgeon.

Gas Prices Still High. Why?

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 12, 2005

Luke Burgess talks Gasoline Futures and Gulf Oil Production

Breathable Medicine

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 9, 2005

When I was ten-years-old or so I found a syringe in the bathroom of my grandparent's house.

US Tells Iran, 'Talk To The Hand'

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 8, 2005

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Iran offered to send the United States 20 million barrels of crude oil. Not because they're good sports.

Katrina Victims to Get $2K Debit Cards

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 7, 2005

Did you contribute to a Hurricane Katrina relief fund? You did now. And I bet you didn't even know it.

Goodbye 2 Hello 3

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 6, 2005

Say goodbye to $2 gasoline. Most likely you'll never see it again.

The Changing Face of America

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted September 2, 2005

The last two weeks of August is my favorite time of the year. Those weeks are a kaleidoscope of emotions invoking the excitement of the changing seasons with the realization that the freedom of summer is coming to an end.

Fear and Loathing in the French Quarter

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted September 1, 2005

I've been to New Orleans several times. To be honest with you, I can only take that city in very short durations. A two day visit is ideal. Three is the max.