PHOTO OF THE DAY: Up and up it goes

Photo by Glen Esprit

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26 Comments

  1. Dominican Queen
    May 12, 2011

    I know the prices going high, but Dominicans need to stop complaining especially those who listen to world news. I live in the USA, and while you are in line the people raise the price on you. We pay $3.98 a gallon of gas. Prices are going up all over the world.
    As for the Christians, they should be glad because these spell out the time of Jesus coming is very near.
    God bless

  2. Happiness Ka Fan Cho Mwen!
    May 10, 2011

    Something is wrong with the Meter…Doh matter how much i calculate…something not adding up?

    • Brain Damage
      May 11, 2011

      Another thief that is there. You aren’t seeing that man.

  3. dog face
    May 10, 2011

    what i can’t understand,gas price keep rising without even informing the public but the fares remains the same.We need to take actions…………………………….

  4. Anonymous
    May 10, 2011

    what was the point of petro cairbe then?

  5. ME
    May 10, 2011

    It already $15.45

  6. forkit
    May 10, 2011

    lets all dominicans rally and park our cars by petro caribe, we must form a line(orderly fashion) so we can receive our gas.. for little money as promised

    • Roz
      May 11, 2011

      Just give me the time and place, and i will be there!

  7. forkit
    May 10, 2011

    always remember more weight on your vehicle more gas you burn so NO RIDERZ…. EVERY MAN SHOULD BUY HIS OWN AND NOT GO RED CLINIC AND BEGG, CREAT OPPORTUNITIES SO PEOPLE CAN HAVE JOBS, SKERRO, JESS NOW PEOPLE GOING RED CLINIC FOR GAS MONEY

  8. photographer
    May 10, 2011

    A photo is worth 1000 words. Great imagination. That photo couldn’t be more AUTHENTIC and INFORMATIVE. Who laugh last, laugh the best. All those poor people who were jumping up praising Reggie, ( Minister for PETRO CARIBE but not for ENERGY. Quite laughable.) Skerritt and that bunch of money-hungry DLP politicians are now GRINNING not Laughing. It is those politicians who are laughing at you all. All though their vehicles SUV etc. are gulping gas is joke for them to pay for fuel. The majority of you all will be by the roadside in your different villages BUMMING a RIDE to go to Roseau, to Portsmouth, to wherever. Which Minister or DLP guys are on Petro Caribe board? Who receive the DIVIDENDS? Food prices and Transportation will soon rise. Fish $10.00/lb But who cares? Who cares?

  9. ANN
    May 10, 2011

    THIS IS OUT RAGEOUS

  10. boldaz
    May 10, 2011

    what currency is this? if it is like the worthless money in the Zambia for example then there is nothing to worry about.

    • GO FIGURE.....
      May 10, 2011

      DNO should have a “most foolish comment of the day” vote…. u would win that big time…..

  11. Jaco
    May 10, 2011

    Did they calculate a discount on that sale?

    1.895 gallons at $15.19 per gallon comes out to $28.79 (rounded to nearest penny) not $25.00 as the meter shows.

    • forkit
      May 10, 2011

      imperial gallons and (u.s) gallons have a difference in figures . 15.19 is price per gallon and not imperial gallons

      • Jaco
        May 10, 2011

        That just makes it even worse.

        1 Imperial gallon = 1.20095042 US gallons. The meter shows that the fuel dispensed is 1.895 imperial gallons which is equivalent to 2.276 US Gallons.

        If the price per gallon is $15.19 per US Gallon the total should be (1.895 x 1.20095042) x 15.19 = $34.57.

        In any event, at a $25.00 total cost and 15.19 unit cost, the amount dispensed should be 1.64582 (must be Dominican Gallons whatever that is) which would be equivalent to 1.895 imperial gallons.

        I still think that the figures on the Meter should be easy for the average customer to understand.

        All in all makes an interesting picture.

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      • River
        May 10, 2011

        imperial gallons or (u.s) gallons calculation is calculation. Therefore the Jaco is correct

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  12. shatta
    May 10, 2011

    if dno wasnt biased i would hve answered you

  13. Roz
    May 10, 2011

    Where is stops, nobody knows.

  14. 'Iron' Mike Tyson
    May 10, 2011

    Haha. Imagine that!! This person is spending twentyfive bucks and does not even have two gallons of fuel to take home!

  15. shatta
    May 10, 2011

    what bout the poor people in dominica that cannot afford gas,boy is now d grandbay nation going and stay in grandbay, all transport going and be parked,

    • shatta
      May 10, 2011

      lol i can hear hambag by d bus stop boy

      • forkit
        May 10, 2011

        hanbag is a good man he did not vote that lieing party that tell us gas will be cheap because of petro caribe… dumbinican even biting the other bait saying de cooking gas cheap…. $30 for a propane tank, but dey forget to tell allu is 20 pound cylinder as opposed to $37.00 for dey 25 pound cylinder…
        i will buy by whitchurch always,,,, those lieing pieces of …

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    • Hmmm
      May 10, 2011

      Don’t like your own status… You’re so ignorant. You will keep putting G/Bay on blast, but you’re from the same community. Continue and enjoy the attention – Your life is miserable. And the only attention you get is from the DNO online community. Sad…

      • lisad
        May 10, 2011

        double sad

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    • dominican
      May 10, 2011

      obviously shatta u from der too so ur too bondah will stay der too.. sacway sot….affuss u does contwayay me

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