Oil futures are again breaking records after surpassing $110 a barrel on March 13 in New York.  Despite evidence to suggest that high fuel prices are not justified -- weakening demand and growing supplies have been unable to stop skyrocketing prices.  With gasoline prices expected to rise even more in the next few months, consumers are starting to lose patience.  And as VOA's Mil Arcega reports, it is not just average motorists who are hurting.