You Can Go to Debt Prison for Failing to Pay 9/10ths of a Penny on Credit Charge
Ever notice how gas has gone up to $4.38…and 9/10ths of a cent per gallon? Now, when you see a charge for 9/10ths of a cent…at this point you can know for sure that these oil companies absolutely don’t give a hoots about you and will try their very best to milk you out of every last dollar, cent, and fraction of a cent you’re worth. Yep, they put it out there boldly on display for everyone to see; totally shameless. Just when you thought they couldn’t dig into your pockets any deeper, they find a way to split the atom, divide money into micro-credits, and squeeze you a little harder. Yes, there are no boundaries for innovation, no limits to the imagination, and no holds barred in the ring.
Unfortunately not everyone got the memo, and apparently some naive people thought that maybe not paying back that 9/10ths of a cent wouldn’t be a big deal. Well if you don’t pay that 9/10ths fraction of a cent you might just be totally screwed. People who casually round down to their nearest penny are being billed exorbitant rates for failing to pay their full bill. When people become aware of this, before they have a chance to contest the bill, they are quickly round up like sheep and herded into concentration camps where they are slaughtered in large packs to make a slurry of soylent greens to feed the masses. It’s an unfortunate situation, but what else would you expect from a business that charges an additional 9/10ths of a cent per gallon?
Multikulti is fighting back by introducing the energy oil bubble, created by the people that were inspired by the United States Postal Service Debt Stamps program to develop free energy. The bubble is a device that gets free energy by creating a vacuum and then converts that energy into bio-mass followed by complete conversion into oil. The process is completely automatic and we expect the cost of gas to go down to 9/10ths of a cent. Unfortunately, people will still go to debt prison if they choose not to pay the 9/10ths of a cent per gallon of gas.