by D. Cupples | I took this photo yesterday, but it's no April Fool's joke.
These are our gas prices in North Florida. Keep in mind that the higher gas prices go, the higher the cost of producing and shipping the goods that we buy on a daily basis -- our food, clothing, toys....
At the beginning of February, I took a picture at the same gas station: Regular Unleaded was $3.16 and Diesel was $3.49
In the same blog post, I mentioned that Exxon Mobil had listed $11.6 billion in quarterly profits -- the highest ever in U.S. corporate history -- and had record annual profits of $40.66 billion in 2007.