It's more than "water cooler talk" or casual conversation these days.
The price of gas is affecting our everyday lives.
It's hard for most of us to drive past a gas station without at least a casual glance at the price sign. And oftentimes that glance is more than just casual.
Last Friday, stories about increasing gas prices were buzzing about, with projections as high as $4.50 or $5 a gallon.
One common thread in nearly all the stories: Why?