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REC 90 - what, ten-percent corruption?

That was what was sold here as just-plain regular until a few weeks ago.

Jay-sus.
Non ethanol fuel, 90 octane.


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I usually have to fill up 1x a week. The last three fill-ups (three different stations), the pumps have all slowed down and stopped on exact dollar amounts as if I prepaid. $75.00, $80.00 and $80.00. Now granted that gets me 95% full so not worried in short term, but 100% convinced this is a rationing tool. Guy at pump next to me this AM said the same thing has been happening to him recently.....i inquired inside the stations and they just throw their hands up and shrug.
 

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Gas prices have a profound psychological effect on the NPC's. Riding around the popular resort area my cabin's in, I see many many cabins and cottages that haven't had their lawns mowed. That means quite a few folks are not coming up north like they usually do. The reason I say NPC's is I'm sure many of these folks think nothing of dropping $40 at a drive through 4-5 times a week and paying $100+ a month on entertainment like their smart-tethers and pay teevee.

The reason this makes me nervous is the globalists running the occupation regime obviously have zero worries about the mid term elections. The next steal must be a done deal in their eyes. They will usually put a spit shine on their destruction before an election and they're not even bothering to do that now. Pretty damn alarming.

If there is anybody on our side it would be nice for them to make an appearance. But I ain't holding my breath.



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I know that my brother's family is dealing with a Wisconsin lake cabin. They had been using if for a long time. Her dad had been making the 2-hour trip to maintain things like the lawn. However, her grandma passed away and they have to decide what to do with it. Resort/second homes are gonna be the first to get sold and I think they will sell, so I told them to hurry it up. Otherwise to keep it they have to buyout two other siblings.

But year, gas prices are only going up for the near future. They have to go all-in to get people into their great reshit. I told the wife to let our lawn grow a bit more with $5 / gallon gas.
 

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Still 4.69 here for 87, though I did see 4.92 in a neighboring town.
 

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Wednesday morning in my little town. One way to beat the higher gas prices.

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East Tn, $4.49.9 Reg Unleaded 90%, Diesel $5.49+ most places.
Aldi Toilet Paper 12 Pk $6.39 two months ago, $8.39 today...FRN's really holding value...
 
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just got back from town, gas -87 octane- actually went down to 4.54, from 4.69, in the last day or two (dunno when exactly, dont go to town everyday).
 

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87 octane holding steady at $5.39 in southern Oregon.

Anyone notice the price of Motor oil has gone thru the roof in the last couple of weeks. Went into town to buy Delo SAE 30 for an oil change and holy cow- $20 a gallon. Then I looked online and wow. Prices are going crazy.
 

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87 octane holding steady at $5.39 in southern Oregon.

Anyone notice the price of Motor oil has gone thru the roof in the last couple of weeks. Went into town to buy Delo SAE 30 for an oil change and holy cow- $20 a gallon. Then I looked online and wow. Prices are going crazy.
Yeah I change my own oil too.



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Aldi Toilet Paper 12 Pk $6.39 two months ago, $8.39 today...FRN's really holding value...

Member's Mark Ultra Premium Soft and Strong Bath Tissue, 2-Ply Large Roll Toilet Paper (235 sheets, 45 rolls)​

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"This is the best toilet paper ever made. It’s so affordable and feels so much better and softer than the expensive brands. I honestly don’t know why you’d buy Charmin - this stuff is better!" Kaykay11187, Sam's Club Member

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CURRENT PRICE: $21.78 $21.78 $0.48/ea


This had been $19.99 for quite a while. The worst part (for those that need it) it's reportedly "Out Of Stock" in the store. For those that have not tried this, I had used the blue label Charmin for all of my adult life till I tried this and really liked it better. It is also quite a bit less expensive than the offering from Costco which I also found to be better than Charmin. I have Charmin stacked away from when TN Andy was posting his custom made TP boxes. When I pull out one of them, the size difference is noticeable between old and new sheets. Both Sam's and Costco's sheets are larger and thicker than Charmin is now. The Sam's offering being my favorite.


ETA... Going to Aldi is like going to the fish market, a lot of their products are tied to the market's current pricing. They seem to vary by the week on some items. I doubt the price of the TP will come back down.....
 

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I know that my brother's family is dealing with a Wisconsin lake cabin. They had been using if for a long time. Her dad had been making the 2-hour trip to maintain things like the lawn. However, her grandma passed away and they have to decide what to do with it. Resort/second homes are gonna be the first to get sold and I think they will sell, so I told them to hurry it up. Otherwise to keep it they have to buyout two other siblings.

But year, gas prices are only going up for the near future. They have to go all-in to get people into their great reshit. I told the wife to let our lawn grow a bit more with $5 / gallon gas.
I have an old reel mower in the shed, I' been thinking about getting that sucker out to save on gas.
 

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$4.79 in NW Ohio today
 

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How is that even legal?
Aren't they government regulated for price increases?

Umm, yes I'm sure they are but have you paid attention? Nat gas prices are easily up double or triple. Thank Europe because our gas is going to them. So at the worst it went from like $1.5 to $9.5, a 533% increase.

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I remember the fake shortage in the 70, long lines, could only gas up based on the last digit of your plate.
 

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I remember the fake shortage in the 70, long lines, could only gas up based on the last digit of your plate.
I remember my mom & dad talking about how much gas they had so they could get to work & back for the week & who would fill up and when.
 

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I remember my mom & dad talking about how much gas they had so they could get to work & back for the week & who would fill up and when.
I remember the extreme measures our family took, in 1974.

My mother, who had landed a State job a couple of years earlier, started taking the bus to work. It was easier, back then; there was a commuter express that worked our suburb and then shot down the freeway into the downtown business districts...but, still.

My old man traded his Kaiser Wagoneer in for a Ford Maverick. THAT was the bonehead move of an era. Restored J-Series Wagoneers now sell for upwards of $70k. That Maverick, like all Ford products, was reduced to iron oxide in eight years.

There was little leisure travel that year, our family or others in our circle...as neighbors' driveways filled with Pintos, Datsuns and Ramblers, and nobody used them much.

Took two years to recover from that New Normal
 

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Local propane suppliers, always wonder why I am requesting propane price qoutes. I try to keep tanks full and prebuy for upcoming heating season. Alot of cash is involved, if you do not pay attention.