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[ale] Seems quiet
Gas en route to CDC is $1.69 at QT. In Cartersville it's usually $.30 less or better. Apparently the need to keep a enormous pickup trucks fueled keeps the local gas station taxes low. I feel like I'm filling up next to a dump truck used in a mining pit. Tires are 4 feet tall. Then a tiny, tiny person that looks like a 10 year old girl with a wedding ring gets out of tge passengers side with an automatic ladder and a guy built like a sumo wrestler exits from the other. How does one check the oil when the hood is 6 feet off the ground?
On May 15, 2020 6:17:01 PM EDT, DJ-Pfulio via Ale <ale at ale.org> wrote:
>I've filled up with gas 2 times in 2020. Last week was the 2nd time.
>Used a new Kroger fuel-stop. Sorry, no clue what the price was. My car
>wants 91, but only 93 is available at most fuel places. ;( GasBuddy
>to the rescue.
>When 87 gas was $1.50/gal 20 yrs ago, 89 was $1.60 and 93 was $1.70.
>Over the years that changed from $0.10 for each jump to $0.20.
>Then that switched to $0.30 for each jump at some point. It really is
>that simple almost always. Baaaaaaa. We are all nameless sheep. We
>have no names!
>On Fri, 15 May 2020 14:07:45 -0400
>Derek Atkins via Ale <ale at ale.org> wrote:
>> Boris Borisov via Ale <ale at ale.org> writes:
>> > Well gas in Canton Racetrac is $1.39.
>> What was premium at? My guess would be ~$1.79 at best?
>> I paid $1.87 for premium at the Brookhaven Costco.
>> Canton seems a bit far to drive just to save $1-2.
>> > That should do it :)
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