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Funny...all of a sudden I feel like singing...


...come on, it's natural...sing along—you know the words.

That's not my pick-'em-up truck in the picture but it could be.

At the Daily:

Pickup makers plan to swerve around $4-a-gallon gas.
 
General Motors said yesterday that it would begin selling trucks next month that will burn both natural gas and traditional gasoline. Chrysler is expected to make a similar announcement today.
 
The new models are promised as gas prices climbed for 28 straight days. A gallon of regular is now selling for an average $3.77 nationwide, according to AAA, and could top $4.25 by next month.
 
Meanwhile, natural gas prices have fallen to close to a 10-year low, thanks to a relatively warm U.S. winter and an exploration boom in the oil fields of North Dakota, Pennsylvania and Texas.
 
GM will tweak its Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup models at Indiana factories to hold canisters of compressed natural gas. When combined with traditional fuel, the trucks will be able to cover more than 650 miles without gassing up, according to the company’s announcement yesterday...
 
Finding natural gas, however, is a challenge...
 
Oh, that'll change.
 
How can I keep from singing?
 
 

 

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