Our favorite Kansas City metro podcaster shares a dire prediction and a glimpse of future pain at the pump.

Sadly, those KCMO bike lanes are starting to look just a bit more practical for broke-ass locals like this town's least favorite blogger.

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"Gas companies across America are reconfiguring their pumps to accommodate $10 per gallon fuel.  Just a couple months ago, this was an online spoof... I'll tell you how it became reality."

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