posted on Sep, 6 2005 @ 01:10 PM
Before the hurricane, I would always go to one particular gas station because they were always one of the cheapest.
Living in D.C., gas was always expensive so I would gas up when visiting freinds in suburban Maryland. Just this past weekend I filled up at a station
in Maryland at $3.43/gallon. On my way home, I drive by a gas station that I never go to, and don't even look at, because it is always the most
expensive - by at least 20 - 30 cents.
But now, after the hurricane, it is the cheapest, at $3.39/gallon!! And this gas station is almost in the middle of D.C. What is going on? The
expensive stations are now the cheapest and the cheapest are now the most expensive!!!
EDIT: To change gas price from $2.39 to $3.39.... (but I sure do wish my typo was what the gas prices are)
[edit on 9/6/2005 by DCFusion]