So how much gas do we really use?

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We did our weekly CNN Headline News segment this morning on rising gas prices, because there's almost nothing else in the news. And I know I posted a gas fact yesterday but here's an interesting fact to put the US gas consumption in perspective:

If California were a country it would consume more barrels of gasoline than any other foreign country. California by itself! The state consumes about 373 million barrels annually and the US as a whole consumes about 3 billion barrels.

But since today's Friday, let's think about happier things so here's a website with pictures of ponies. It helped me.

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April 28, 2006 - 3:12am
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