Actually Cody, the cost of food at the grocery store is expected to increase by another 3-4% in 2008. That follows the same percentage as last year which is greater than the actual cost of living and inflation rates by comparison. The production of E85 and the increased value of corn as a result of it is directly related to this situation and has been well documented. An economics professor at a university in Iowa (can't remember which, but can very easily find it) has traced the profits of producing E85 down 4 levels and has shown that at the 4th level it is very miniscule. E85 is not Americas answer.
07 Tahoe LT
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07 Sport Red 4 door SS:
-sticking around for now