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  1. Eliza Waters says:

    WOW!!!!!! 1970 prices… I never thought I’d see that again. Cheap gas and we can’t go anywhere. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ sigh

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    1. Between these prices and my disco music, the only thing I need now is to cut up one of my husbandโ€™s tie-dye shirts that I donโ€™t like for a new mask to create a complete 70s vibe!๐Ÿ˜

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      1. Eliza Waters says:

        Haha, I’ve yet to see a tie-dyed mask…only a matter of time. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  2. John says:

    Must be nice, so why is fuel still over 2 bucks a gallon here…

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    1. This price does include my Kroger fuel points rewards, but the cheapest Iโ€™ve seen this week is $1.09.๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. John says:

        Amazing. We west coast folk are being ripped off…

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    1. The price was amazing and itโ€™s amazing to see the gas stations empty.

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  3. plaidcamper says:

    Filled up the Jeep the other day – why? Weโ€™re not going anywhere! – C$36.00…

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    1. They lifted a few restrictions on our stay-at-home order and I have a feeling there will be more people and cars out next week even though there was still the strong message to stay home. Thank god my new vehicle has fabulously comfortable seats for my back compared to my old Jeep and a fantastic Bose sound system or I might rant about Jeep owners after no long owning one and occasionally still having a tear in my eye when I pass one on the road.๐Ÿ˜

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  4. I’m with Eliza. Never did I think I would see prices like that again. But, yes, nowhere to go.

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    1. Every time I go out I see something new that has changed in our society.

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  5. jillslawit says:

    No idea what UK petrol prices are right now as I don’t have a car and haven’t been anywhere past a petrol station anyway. As soon as folks are out and about again though, prices will be astronomical. Our train fares have apparently gone up though??? Nobody on them when they whizz past and when I think back to when I was jammed into a doowell with my nose pressed against the door in the days when I used to work in an office before social distancing was invented. That seems forever ago.

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    1. It was very strange to see such cheap prices and empty gas stations, but prices are already going up and with the easing of a few restrictions the roads and gas stations are busy again.

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