I sure don’t like this coronavirus pandemic, but I do know that it’s called COVID-19 and that I’ve lost my ability to drink coffee with my pals.
I bought this mask at a flea market for $15, even though they sold for 50 cents a month ago. As I’ve roamed around town, I’ve noticed gas prices have dropped down to $1.90 a gallon here in Seymour.
That makes sense, since crude-oil prices worldwide have dropped to around $20 a barrel.
However, it begs a question: Why is gas $1.90 here, while the price is around $1.50 a gallon everywhere else?
Just 30 minutes away in every direction, I can find regular unleaded fuel anywhere from 30 to 40 cents per gallon cheaper. Odd, isn’t it?