Some of our local gas stations seem to raise their prices almost daily don't they? Yet I don't see their gas deliveries that often. Maybe it's delivered by armored car in the middle of the night. The point is though, when I go to the store or get something delivered I usually have to pay for it right then at the current price, not what the price will be tomorrow or next week. Do the gas stations work differently? If not, why do they raise the prices before they get a new delivery and they too have to pay a higher price? Does it work that way in reverse when gas prices go down? I don't think so. Seems like we are paying more today than yesterday even though the station paid one price for it all. Am I missing something? Could it be that we're being taken? I don't believe it! Our neighbors wouldn't do that. Heaven forbid!

Jim Davis

Ocean Park

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