The story of how George Lopez’s new film “Car Dogs” got made is as intriguing as the plot itself. Scottsdale native Mark King’s movie script bounced around big Hollywood studios with marquee names attached for years, but, like many screenplays, never got to the silver screen.
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The practice of pricing fuel with a fraction of a penny is thought to have started around the 1930s. While we can’t be sure who was the first to price fuel this way, it seems to have become relatively commonplace across the United States all the sudden around the same time. So what happened? In short- taxes and the Great Depression.