Fourteen months ago, I was coaching little league baseball, and the father of one of my players just happened to be the chief financial officer for Exxon-Mobil. In an after game chat, he mentioned that he was just finished doing a “net profit analysis” on the company. “This is staggering, even to me,” he blushed, “but right now we’re making about $81 million dollars a day.” We all looked at him in silent amazement. That is, until today, when (as Paul reported), that figure is now $112 million per day. Party at the gas pumps!