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Re: Disaster and travel aroid show

>Since the disaster in New York will the aroid show still go on? I am sure
>some would be scared to fly after this tragedy. I was planing on leaving on
>Monday but would really need to know what the situation is going to be. I
>have heard gas going up to 4.50 if that is the case me driving would be
>extremely expensive. If their are any changes please post them I truly need
>to know. THANKS
There are lots of rumors flying about gas prices suddenly going through the
roof, but at least from what I've heard on the news here, such is not the
case, and any stations which suddenly pop their prices up a dollar or more
are supposed to be reported for price gouging - the fine around here for
that is something like up to $1000/sale!

Good luck with travels.


Jonathan Ertelt
Greenhouse Manager
Vanderbilt University Biology Department
Box 1812, Sta. B
Nashville, TN  37235
(615) 322-4054

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