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Byline: Rick Robinson
Oct. 4--Oklahoma motorists are getting that pleasantly giddy feeling again. The gasoline-price roller-coaster is plunging once more.
In one month it's dropped statewide by 34 cents to $1.33 for a gallon of regular, AAA Oklahoma reported Tuesday.
That's down 6 cents just from Monday, and down 22 cents since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
In Oklahoma City, the news for drivers was even better -- regular gasoline was down 38 cents in the past month to $1.29 average. Pump prices as low at $1.15 a gallon were spotted Tuesday, with unconfirmed reports of even lower prices.
The state is seeing its second price …