Yesterday (Tuesday, May 20), I purchased gasoline, milk and orange juice. Here are the prices I paid in suburban Cincinnati:
> Gasoline -- Regular unleaded, 87 octane, from Speedway: $3.78
> Milk -- 1%, Marsh brand, from Marsh Supermarket: $2.99
> Orange Juice -- Dean's, from Marsh Supermarket: $3.94
Now, on the way home this evening, gas is now $4.09/gallon!
409 is a cleaning product... or the cubic inch displacement of a legendary Ford engine immortalized in song, NOT an amount anyone should pay for a gallon of fuel.
End of rant. Just wondering what you're paying for a gallon of some of life's basics...