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When I was pumping gas at my

When I was pumping gas at my dad's filling station as a lad in the early 60's gasoline never cost less than a silver quarter a gallon. With silver at $27/oz, that translates to gasoline at $4.86. Should silver cost $11?

What does "should" mean? Who, uh, should decide what gasoline should cost?

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