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Sinister04L

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45 in office : Press asking about his ****ing sex life, and trying to grill him every which way

46 in office : 'ok i'm going to fail horribly at reading off of this script and then pick on pre-selected individuals, for pre screened questions'
It was ridiculous and painfully obvious. It was in the news cycle for a week when something as stupid as Melania seemingly slapping his hand away and Biden is up there completely incoherent and suddenly they're all Stevie Wonder.
 
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I will say, one curious thing around here is the price difference between 87 and 93 used to be .85-$1 and that difference is now only .40-.50 cents
 

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Dipshits think premium will make their car last longer...

No concept of what octane really means...


"Gross added that he "cannot imagine that [those drivers] still are. But then again, a lot of people are under the mistaken belief that premium is better for their car."

For Garcia, who drives a Honda CRV, it's worth paying for premium.

"The difference is 30 cents, 40 cents for 10 gallons — I'm paying $4 difference," he explained. "I don't really see it that bad because if the premium would make my car last longer and it'll give me more mileage. I feel like those $4 is worth it."
 

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What a joke.

Memorial weekend premium was $4.94, today it's $5.49....

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Jumped $0.10 again overnight! Premium at both Costco and BJs is $5.25. I expect to see BJ's jump again to $5.35 by tomorrow because they're usually 10 cents higher than Costco because they give BJ's members a 10 cent a gallon discount. :(
 

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I wish it was only a $0.10/gal jump here. It jumped again yesterday, for a net increase of $0.60/gal for 87 in a week. It's outrageous.

And we're well beyond the "bUt iT wAs HiGhEr iN 08 aDjUsTeD fOr iNfLaTiOn!"
 

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I will say, one curious thing around here is the price difference between 87 and 93 used to be .85-$1 and that difference is now only .40-.50 cents
This is actually the way it used to be around here about 10 years ago, actually even less if I remember correctly. There used to only be a 10 cent increase in each grade back when I was in high school and college, and it was like that for years. Then it went to 20 cents, and then 40 cents. Now its all over the place. Not sure why that is other than supply and demand, or they want to punish people with performance vehicles.
 

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low 5.30s for tanker load of diesel

supplier text late this morning did say it was dropping and might be good to grab a load tomorrow but well have to see how that plays out
 

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Local Chevron's are hovering at $6.99 for diesel. Wife paid $6.03 for 91 at Costco in Sunday. I think I paid $6.60 or $6.70 at a 7-11 on Sunday. It was $98 to fill from half tank in my truck.
 

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