I was wondering if anybody knew why the price of diesel here in Indiana [and midwest] went from $3.69.9 [and cheaper] to $3.99.9 in one day? I googled it and it read that diesel jumped 16.4 cents per gallon in the midwest, and lower increases around the country, but it didn't say why. More like 30 cents here. This is a bunch of crap. The US is now the second largest oil producing nation in the world at 9 million barrels per day, only behind Saudi Arabia. Future generations will look back at this time period as being the biggest consumer ripoff in the history of the planet. OK- I'm done.