To the Journal editor:
So on my way home from breakfast (on a recent) Sunday morning, I noticed that gas at my local station was $3.26 per gallon. So I thought I would come back and put some in my plow truck.
When I arrived within the hour it was $3.54 and the station up the road was $3.64. Now, did they get new gas within that hour? No! It's the same gas that has been in the tank for three days.
Now that's what I call serious and deliberate price gouging!
I can't wait for the Indians to come.