Sunday, December 31, 2006

THE IRVINGS - IS THIS LEGAL?????


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Originally uploaded by Oldmaison.
Now to be fair? Maybe the price change last friday? I always believe the price would be the same all around the Province?

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

This isn't news. Gas is always a different price between Saint John, Welsford and Fredericton. For someone who thinks he knows everything, you sure don't.

Charles LeBlanc said...

Which blog exactly did I say that I know everything????

Moi knows everything???

You got the wrong guy!

So the Prices change in different cities?

I didn't know that one!!

Thanks!!

Anonymous said...

Why, to see assh@les in print you need only come to this site. Is there a 'be rude to Charles' contest somewhere? Some people were never taught that if you don't have anything nice to say about someone, don't say anything.

The question is of course WHY there is a price difference. It should be cheaper in Saint John, since they have to transport it less.

Another good issue is that NBLiquor is setting up shop IN Irving stations. That's a pretty big issue yet its never mentioned in the press. Why not ALL gas stations all over the province? Why not simply privatize liquor distribution and have it in stores all over.

Good issues and good for you for bringing up these issues even when you don't know the answers. If some posters would try answering them and not simply repeating the question and being rude SOB's, perhaps people can find out.

Charles LeBlanc said...

Don't worry that issue caught my eye. I got the pictures and since I'm in my little room blogging away while watching the football game? I'm going to blog that issue during the next hour.

Charles LeBlanc said...

By the way? People are back from the holidays!!!

I can tell because the nasty comments are starting!!!!...lol

Anonymous said...

government employees are back at thier desks.

Anonymous said...

Irving can do whatever they want and frankly gouging is legal in Saint John and has gone on for decades with the backing of our government.

You and I would not be allowed to put a large sign that close to the street.