Today, for the first time, I paid over $4.00 per gallon for gas. I might have found some still at $3 something, by a couple of cents maybe, but I just didn't feel like driving all over town on fumes looking for it. So I may have bought my last $3-something per gallon gasoline. I may not ever see it again under $4.00, anywhere.
I read one prediction that says in a couple of years it will be up to $12.00 per gallon.
Sounds good to me, you assholes. You have spent your entire lives winding up this particular clock. Now you can damned well hear it strike.
The Roman orator and statesman Cicero once said, "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." You have spent your entire lives avoiding the whole issue of the nature of the world we live in, who is responsible for what is happening in that world, and what must be done about it. Not before time, you are about to begin a long course of schooling on the punishment involved for doing nothing.
In time to come you are going to pay for every hour of your life you wasted playing some stupid online computer game, for every day you fucked off in school, for every triple cheeseburger you stuffed into your gob, every corner you cut, every responsibility you evaded, and every time you turned and walked away to avoid "trouble," pretending you didn't see or hear. And your loved ones will pay a good chunk of your bill as well.
Have a nice life, paleface.