I wrote a letter to the editor of the Flamborough Review last week, and it was published in today’s edition. There was a column last week suggesting the possibility of a “gas-out”, i.e. a day where everyone doesn’t buy gas, forcing the gas companies to lower prices. I pointed out that if you don’t buy gas on that day, when you normally would, you’d have to buy it the day before or the day after, and so demand over that three day period wouldn’t change. If gas prices drop at all, they’ll climb right back up the next day.
This is the second time I’ve been published in the paper — I had a letter to the editor of the Hamilton Spectator published a couple of years ago.