Thursday, September 01, 2005

Higher and higher

That $3.15 at Stewart's yesterday is a distant memory now. Read 'em and weep -- they're up to $3.45 at the Stewart's Shop in Mendands.

The Exxon station across the street from work is $3.09. Why is Stewart's so much higher? Stewart's President Gary Dake offered an explanation on the news last night. Here's my favorite quote from the story:
“We have customers driving in and looking at the price and then driving away. I'm thankful I sell ice cream cones and not just gasoline on a day like today."

At least we haven't seen sights like the one on joevideo's blog...yet.


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