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DK April 23rd, 2006 17:37

Sound Off on Current Diesel Price
 
Hi Gang, Just paid $2.84 at my favorite station here in central Massachusetts. Just wondering what you all are seeing.:confused:

rotarykid April 23rd, 2006 17:43

Diesel went up $0.20 a gal this week in Denver . On Friday I saw it priced from $2.899 to $3.099

mrGutWrench April 23rd, 2006 17:53

__. Up a good bit to $2.68 -- $2.75 in rural southeastern NC. I was in the Raleigh today and saw numbers about 10 -12 cents above that.
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scooperhsd April 23rd, 2006 18:25

Where I live (north of Raleigh in the Wake Forest / Youngsville area), diesel goes from $2.79 -$2.89.

vikingrob April 23rd, 2006 19:27

In the Twin Cities area, about $2.80 in Minnesota and about $2.95 in Wisconsin (higher fuel tax).

Ironman24 April 23rd, 2006 20:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by scooperhsd
Where I live (north of Raleigh in the Wake Forest / Youngsville area), diesel goes from $2.79 -$2.89.

Same prices on the south side of Raleigh. I've noticed that it's about 5 cents higher when you can pay at the pump.

I'll be traveling through Alamance county on 85 tomorrow, hopefully it will be a little cheaper for my next 700 mile fill up. :)

scooperhsd April 23rd, 2006 20:27

I've noticed (more than once in the past) that the prices are higher IN Raleigh than out in the suburbs...

Mike_M April 24th, 2006 01:16

Here in Phoenix, mostly $2.90s and low $3.00s, with the occasional $2.89 mixed in. There are some stations (not near me) over $3.10.

And my B99 just went up from $2.64 to 2.91. :mad: Could be profit-taking, could be higher cost of methanol...who knows? I trust my supplier, and their supplier usually has good motives, but with D2 prices up, I guess I couldn't blame them too much for making a little money. 27¢/gal seems a bit excessive, though. I'm sure it's not (purely) profit.

Mike

Cheshire Cat April 24th, 2006 02:47

very roughly converted approx$6.90 /us gallon thank god you're not still a colony!!!!!!

HEMIHD April 24th, 2006 03:56

I have been looking around for all of the diesel stations around my home and office since I got my TDI and the prices are around $2.95-3.15 a gallon, but I haven't had to stop and put any in yet

Variant TDI April 24th, 2006 04:43

Wheaton/Silver Spring Maryland

2.799 at the Pay-at-Pump Cheapie.
2.899 at the Cash Only cheapie that had been undercutting everyone by 30 cents from Katrina until yesterday.

> $3 everywhere else.

Daemon688 April 24th, 2006 07:44

I paid $2.79 three days ago, gas was at $2.81.

RealMonster April 24th, 2006 08:22

Last time I filled up, Petrol was $1.03/L and Diesel was $0.849/L.

Petrol is up to $1.08/L, but I'm not sure what Diesel is up to -- I don't fill up often enough. ($1.08CDN/L is about $3.59US/gallon. And I live in Alberta!)

06JettaTDIdsg April 24th, 2006 08:38

Across the street from my house:

Diesel is $2.86
RUG is $2.91

Davin April 24th, 2006 08:47

I paid $3.279 for a couple gallons in the LA basin (south bay) last week, and $2.999 for B20 at a truck fueling depot that's open to cars as well. I didn't notice what D2 was selling for there, but it's usually about 10 cents cheaper than B20.

Hookstra April 24th, 2006 08:58

$2.75 in FR for D2, B5 is $2.87 (Yesterday's prices).

Audi5000TDI April 24th, 2006 10:17

Changes daily...

http://www.californiagasprices.com/i...D&tme_limit=48

DK April 24th, 2006 10:26

Hah!! Who notices how highway speeds trend down following an upspike in gas/fuel prices? It is so predictable. The SUVs have slowed for sure. We all have to be very satisfied with our investment in a TDI. No matter how high the price goes, my last tank yielded 51.7 mpg. We expect that to improve this week. :D DK

nhdude April 24th, 2006 10:27

Last tank was $2.99 in Southern NH

Rodinal220 April 24th, 2006 12:42

Paid 3.05 for BP at Rt22/21 in Linconshire.

david_594 April 24th, 2006 12:52

I noticed the value of my car went up like 2 grand in the last month or so.... But I am paying 2.96 a gallon. Any other vw I would drive would have running on premium which is like $3.20 a gallon now so I'd saying I'm doing decent.

txrider April 24th, 2006 13:09

With 658 miles on the previous tank, I filled up for $2.83/gal in Longview, TX on some Exxon low sulphur (according to the sign on the pump) just off the 20 a couple hours ago.

Ken

BrianCT April 24th, 2006 15:23

$2.999 at most Shells outside city limits but recently paid $3.31 at a Glastonbury CT Shell last week.

jettafock April 24th, 2006 15:29

In Cockeysville, MD I saw once station at $3.15 and another 2-3 miles from there at $2.87. What a diff. a mile can make eh?

dgt April 24th, 2006 16:17

$7.89 :eek:
small wonder im risking a hefty fine using 1/2 SVO

:mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad:

oguzooz April 24th, 2006 19:46

Harrisburg, PA Diesel is 2.98, B5 is 3.21

spool time April 24th, 2006 21:10

Hey DK, where did you get $2.84 from? Cheapest I could find in my town in Central MA, just east of Worcester, was 2.93. Please let me know as I would love to save the .09 cents!

thanks

pugman April 25th, 2006 08:05

The last tank was $2.49 (on 9 Apr) here in St. Louis. I still have 1/2 tank and I am on 445 miles. I will make the 600 mile club once again maybe even the 700 mile club if I wait to fill up. (I usually fill up at 1/4 tank.)

pruzink April 25th, 2006 08:12

CT diesel price
 
The truck stop in Milford, CT (one of the best prices in the State, its right off of I-95) is $3.05/gallon.

daBooj April 25th, 2006 09:01

filled up the new golf at 2.899 yesterday in Glen Burnie, Md. Probably not the cheapest, but they're not too bad on price. And have best fuel in the neighborhood.

DK April 25th, 2006 09:28

Spool time....I always use the Mobil station off Rt.2 in Westminster. It's a very busy truck stop. Fuel is always fresh. I guess the prices there aren't too bad either, after seeing what some of you folks are paying. DK

No Exit April 25th, 2006 10:45

$2.899 at Hess over the weekend in Elkridge. ~$3.10 in No.VA. I know its a terrible thing to wish for but I think it would be interesting to see all hell break lose if fuel reaches $5/gal in the US. People will start siphoning out of each others tanks and stealing gas from each other.

Seen a lot more motorcycles on the road lately.

JerryKib April 25th, 2006 11:25

fuel prices around Tampa
 
D2 is running around $2.89 most places around here. I may have to do a trip from here (Tampa) to Northern Calif. and back, so I reviewed the list of Flying J stations on my route. Current (Flying J) prices for my route range from as low as $2.739 to over 3 bucks per gallon. I sure am glad to be driving my TDI.

I also have noticed an increase in the number of motorcycles (and motor scooters!). A few minutes ago at lunch, we saw a couple pull up next to the restaurant in a motorcycle with side car (nice one, too).

PDJetta April 25th, 2006 13:14

I got almost 50 gallons of D2 three weeks ago at a Flying J near Richmond for $2.479 a gallon. I still have about half of it left:) I filled up six 5.25 gallon "gas" cans and filled my tank.

D2 is right at $3.00 a gallon in Northern Virginia where I live.

--Nate

DK April 25th, 2006 18:23

Nevermind.... when I started this thread on the 23rd my fuel was at $2.84...today I noticed the same station was at $2.96. By the time I need fuel again it will likely be over $3.00:(

Fluke April 25th, 2006 18:34

Central Colorado mtn. $ 3.15 today and climbing, reg 2.94.

El Dobro April 25th, 2006 18:47

$2.79 at the Hess by me.

bam_bam_dip April 25th, 2006 20:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cheshire Cat
very roughly converted approx$6.90 /us gallon thank god you're not still a colony!!!!!!

AMEN;):D

sodapop6620 April 28th, 2006 05:46

Manhiem, Pa at the wo go station b99.99 was 2.799 and b5 was 2.959. And of course after I filled the guy told me it was going down today. The Pa turnpike has d2 for 2.939-2.959 and gas is 3.039 this is the first time I seen that.

HEMIHD April 28th, 2006 08:20

It's been so long since I actually had to stop for fuel I forget how much it was :D

At least when I was commuting in my truck, I got to see the inside of several stations a week.

esoteric0001 April 28th, 2006 09:21

Paid 2.69 this moring. Rowlett TX just east of Dallas. I could have gotten it for 2.66 if I paid with a Walmart card.

40X40 April 29th, 2006 17:09

South of KCMO rug is 2.69-2.68
D2 is running about 2.73 at most places.....
But there is one shell station... D2@ 2.58, it's not red, but not hi-quality.
D2 has been stuck at that price for 2 weeks. RUG goes up and down though.
RUG has been going down since wed morning.
Bill

sodapop6620 April 29th, 2006 20:07

"I could have gotten it for 2.66 if I paid with a Walmart card"

You really do have a SUPER Walmart!!

03BeigeGolfTDI April 30th, 2006 06:49

$2.88 in the Attleboro area (CITGO Full Service on Rt 123 near the 95 N/S ramps)

TornadoRed May 2nd, 2006 02:15

http://pics.tdiclub.com/data/500/Valero_may1.jpg
Not PhotoShopped.

peteman May 2nd, 2006 05:50

$0.889/Litre for Diesel, Gasoline is at $1.095.

Westro May 2nd, 2006 05:54

2.75 for RUL
2.85 for Diesel #2

So much for diesel being less than RUL!:(

05TDIPDHappy May 2nd, 2006 08:54

Fueled up last week for 2.929/gal.

Today the sign says 3.15/gal CASH or 3.18/gal Credit..... :eek: :mad:

Dunno513 May 2nd, 2006 09:32

Lakes-Seacoast NH $2.929 - $2.999 been that way for the last few weeks. I can't complain tho. Commute cost is less than half of what is was. Diesel would have to pass $6/gal to see what I used to spend. ;)

pugman May 2nd, 2006 10:55

Ok, I have fill my tank and the price was at $2.69 while RUL was at $2.77.
BTW: My mileage was 657 with 1/4 tank left, I only added 11.3 gal. Could I have made the 700 club?

avantaholic May 2nd, 2006 20:40

today I noticed (In Seattle, WA):
Gas at $3.15/$3.25/$3.35, diesel #2 at $3.25. B99 is STILL $3.05.

oh yeah- petroleum free!

RAST May 3rd, 2006 08:09

Yesterday (2 May 06) in the Chicago area I noticed that Diesel is running about the same as the lowest-priced Regular Unleaded, which is right about $2.80/gal. The 93 octane stuff is about $3.10

Compared to my old ride Diesel would have to be $6.20/gal for me to complain!!

I got 23 gallons of B100 @ 2.95/gal last Saturday :)

EdButler May 3rd, 2006 09:01

94.9p/Litre

So in your money its $6.83/USG - oh boy do you have it easy!

DK May 3rd, 2006 09:09

EdButler,
Is gasoline less or more expensive than diesel in Britain? DK

mrGutWrench May 3rd, 2006 20:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by RAST
Yesterday (2 May 06) in the Chicago area I noticed that Diesel is running about the same as the lowest-priced Regular Unleaded, which is right about $2.80/gal. The 93 octane stuff is about $3.10 (snip)

__. All this pricing stuff is *really* wierd. I was driving by the Flying J near Burlington NC on Sunday. Diesel was $2.83 and RUG was $2.71 -- there were lines down the road. When I got home, diesel at the Wilco-Hess was $2.84 and RUG was $2.92. What's going on?????
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AlaskaRanger May 3rd, 2006 21:44

Poor Cheshire Cat: $6.90,
Ed Butler: $6.83,
and
taking-the-cake dgt: $7.83

Let's see: at 50mpg, $7.83/gallon STILL works out to a fuel cost of almost 16 cents per mile. Gaaccckkk! Remind me to take a bicycle if I ever visit Scotland.

In Alaska this week, Fairbanks is at $2.839; in Tok I paid $3.049. I don't know about Anchorage - probably a few pennies cheaper than Fairbanks.

In Whitehorse earlier this week, I saw C$1.049/l or US$3.54; throughout British Columbia, the high I saw was the same and the low was C$0.979 or US$3.30.

TornadoRed May 3rd, 2006 21:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by mrGutWrench
__. All this pricing stuff is *really* wierd.... What's going on?????

There is no way to know. Amidst all the complaining, there is a serious shortage of information about the status of refinery shutdowns, maintenance, restart schedules, etc.

Part of it is proprietary information, I understand that; if a particular refinery is about to restart, competitors may try to unload their fuel at as high a price as possible, before the additional supply reaches the market.

But you would think that the people who are supposed to report the news, would at least attempt to find out. They could park outside the refineries, and ask everyone who goes in or comes out, "what's the progress? when's the restart?"

EdButler May 4th, 2006 08:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by DK
EdButler,
Is gasoline less or more expensive than diesel in Britain? DK

Gasoline is usually 2-3p cheaper than Diesel. Our smart arse government thinks that even though Diesels are more expensive to buy than their petrol equivelants, upping the tax of their fuel and road tax will not sway people from their extra MPG... Well their right, but it wasnt this way 10 years ago :rolleyes: ...

Unleaded: 94.9p = $6.75/USG
Diesel / Shell Diesel Extra: 96.9p = $6.89/USG
SuperUnleaded / Shell Optimax 98RON / Tesco 99RON / BP Ultimate: 98.9p = $7.03/USG

BP Ultimate Diesel: 100.9p :eek: = $7.18/USG

Come to think of it, im pretty low on fuel... Bye bye £45 ($83) lol :(

Dunno513 May 6th, 2006 11:24

Keep cutting em
 
Saw D2 at a local station drop $.05 while RUG stayed put. I always like it when that happens :p Course D2 was still $.04 higher than RUG :mad: At least there's a station thats below $2.90 now.




BrianCT May 6th, 2006 11:51

A friend of mine in Saudi Arabia said that since a barrel of crude reached $75 ...in local Saudi Arabian gasoline stations have dropped their fuel pump prices from 90 cents a gallon to 59 cents a gallon.

Quote:

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia With gasoline prices at historic highs in the United States and some other Western countries, Saudi King Abdullah issued a decree Sunday lowering domestic gasoline prices by about 25 percent immediately.
According to a government statement, the decrease was to reach 30 percent by year's end.
Click here to visit FOXBusiness.com's Energy page.
The drop in prices means Saudis now will be paying 60 halalahs per liter of regular gasoline, or about 60 U.S. cents a gallon. The price of super drops to about 76 U.S. cents a gallon. There are 100 halalahs in the Saudi riyal, which is worth about 26 U.S. cents.
The statement said the king issued the decree to ease the "cost of living burden on Saudi citizens."
The big reduction in gasoline prices in the world's largest oil producing nation was announced as prices in oil importing nations reached record levels and oil company profits soared to all-time highs.
The price of a gallon of regular gasoline in the United States now is above U.S. $3 in some regions.

jayp111 May 6th, 2006 20:04

BP's premium D was $2.93 today....'bout the same as RUG

Dunno513 May 7th, 2006 21:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by BrianCT
A friend of mine in Saudi Arabia said that since a barrel of crude reached $75 ...in local Saudi Arabian gasoline stations have dropped their fuel pump prices from 90 cents a gallon to 59 cents a gallon.



OK here are some figures for Saudia Arabia

Imports—partners: US 21%, UK 9%, Japan 9%, Germany 6%, France 5%, Italy 4% (1998)
Imports—commodities: machinery and equipment, foodstuffs, chemicals, motor vehicles, textiles

Anyone see where I'm going here. Raise our oil prices and we cut off your food supply. Why aren't we doing to some of these countries what they are doing to us with the supply and demand forces.

All is fair in "Oil" and War... :D

DK May 8th, 2006 09:37

Dunno513
I see where you're going. I wonder if anyone heard the interview on PBS "Science Friday" last week about methynol. The Dr. and Nobel prize winner was insufferably long-winded, but the argument for methynol over ethynol was pretty strong. I presumed when I bought my TDI that the next car I bought would burn something other than an oil...:confused: DK

BrianCT May 8th, 2006 10:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dunno513

Anyone see where I'm going here.

Yes, isolationism. This back-fired on the U.S. between 1921-1933. If there was a boycott on Saudia it wouldn't hurt them a single cent. China is begging for all that the middle east can produce. China has an ever increasing demand on oil and they'll never complain a second on the price of a barrel.

You see?

Playing fair in the sandbox means sharing the pales and shovels.

Brian

LightningTDI May 8th, 2006 10:33

Diesel Prices
 
US$2.87 here in Tampa...

HEMIHD May 9th, 2006 12:00

$3.03 in Bristol Connecticut this morning. I went to Impexfest this past weekend in Maryland and D2 was about .20 cents cheaper.

Variant TDI May 10th, 2006 05:07

Still at 2.85 at the CashOnly in Wheaton, MD.

PDJetta May 10th, 2006 09:33

On Sunday when I filled up it was $3.03 a gallon at Hess in Alexandria, VA (about 6 miles South of the Washington Beltway on US Rt. 1). I've seen it other places up to $3.29 a gallon in Northern Virginia. Us folks in Northern Virginia have some of the highest priced diesel in the nation, rivaling California prices.

--Nate

peteman May 10th, 2006 09:53

0.855 /litre here, gasoline 1.059/litre

RAST May 10th, 2006 10:06

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dunno513

Anyone see where I'm going here. Raise our oil prices and we cut off your food supply. Why aren't we doing to some of these countries what they are doing to us with the supply and demand forces.

All is fair in "Oil" and War... :D

Here's a little-known problem with your theory.

It's called the national debt. Saudi Arabia owns $Billions and Billions of US Dollars. More than enough that if we decided to boycott them, they could sink our economy in ten seconds. If Saudi Arabia sold their dollar holdings the US economy would collapse in days. (Same can be said for China, the UK and Japan.) Remember what happened to Argentina when their currency collapsed? That could happen to us if we "got tough" with Saudi Arabia. We simply can not afford to piss them off.

In fact the situation has gotten worse in the past 5 years than it was in all the history of the US combined. If you want a real eye-opener on the topic just read this:

Quote:

Throughout the first 224 years (1776-2000) of our nation’s history, 42 U.S. presidents borrowed a combined $1.01 trillion from foreign governments and financial institutions according to the U.S. Treasury Department. In the past four years alone (2001-2005), the Bush Administration has borrowed a staggering $1.05 trillion.
http://www.house.gov/apps/list/heari...ks_record.html
As President Clinton said, "How do you get tough on your banker?"

mjnusn May 10th, 2006 11:29

$2.68 on corner of battlefield and airport in Chesapeake, VA. I think the station was a SOLO.

PapaBare May 10th, 2006 12:37

Diesel is $0.965 /litre & gasoline is $1.095/litre or
diesel is $3.33/USG & gasoline is $3.77/USG.

And these prices are down from the winter time.

What are you complaining about????

mrGutWrench May 10th, 2006 17:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by PDJetta
On Sunday when I filled up it was $3.03 a gallon at Hess in Alexandria, VA (about 6 miles South of the Washington Beltway on US Rt. 1). I've seen it other places up to $3.29 a gallon in Northern Virginia. Us folks in Northern Virginia have some of the highest priced diesel in the nation, rivaling California prices. --Nate

__. Yeah, Nate. More of the same. I went up to visit MzLauraLee over the weekend and stopped at Love's near Emporia. D2 was $2.73; RUG was $2.69. I think she mostly uses the B20 at Pentagon tho.
'

istewart May 10th, 2006 18:36

$3.16/gal. cash at Texaco truck stop in Tracy, CA. I've given up on buying from regular gas stations, they're even worse.

larithmos May 10th, 2006 19:01

I am in LA for the summer and have seen diesel hanging around 3.59 to 3.79 lately.

TornadoRed May 10th, 2006 19:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by larithmos
I am in LA for the summer and have seen diesel hanging around 3.59 to 3.79 lately.

If you do a little research, you can find #2 diesel for less than $3.25. I've paid 3.239 as recently as Tuesday the 9th.

Try this site:
http://www.losangelesgasprices.com/i...s&tme_limit=36

HFSH May 11th, 2006 10:16

Oregon WI just filled up last night $2.949

Carla May 11th, 2006 17:20

Just saw 2.89 .. a 10 cent drop from last week.. On the South Shore..Ma

TornadoRed May 11th, 2006 17:27

Noticable price declines at some stations -- others are keeping their prices high. But I never bought from them anyway.

A few days ago, only a few stations in the county were charging less than $3.30. Now there are at least 20, and one station has dropped below $3.20

sodapop6620 May 11th, 2006 17:35

B99.99 at Wo Go is $2.89 today. That is the same price as thier B5 pump price.
But they do have E85 for $1.85 as an intro price, not sure when they will add the extra dollar back in.

overbite May 12th, 2006 07:02

Gas took a $.37 jump last night. Diesel stayed the same or went up a dime depending on the station. Evertying RUG and Diesel is at $2.89 and up.

klufkee May 12th, 2006 07:10

Filled up this morning in Lancaster, PA and paid $2.86 / Gallon.

Dunno513 May 12th, 2006 14:02

Yesterday D2 @ 2.92 Today 3.05 RUG went from 2.95 to 3.01 There is still no love for D2.

fgn11 May 12th, 2006 14:28

Sound Off on Current Diesel Price
 
Just filled up at GasMart in Algonquin, Illinois for US$2.999 per gal., about a mile down the road I saw that fuel was US$2.849 at Meijer. I should have shopped around more. My bad luck.

sythy May 13th, 2006 22:16

3.45 here in santa barbara california

PerkHouse May 16th, 2006 05:38

$2.79/gal here in High Point, NC

uberdiesel May 16th, 2006 05:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by sythy
3.45 here in santa barbara california

Ouch! In Houston filled up 2 days ago for 2.709 at a Kroger with my bonus card. I see prices from 2.74 to 2.85.

HFSH May 16th, 2006 07:28

last i saw, Oregon WI was $2.979 for #2.

tedbiv May 16th, 2006 08:41

2.85
 
North Raleigh has 2 shell stations $2.85, Exxon and BP have it for 2.89

Dunno513 May 19th, 2006 16:40

Looks like gas prices have fallen in the past week, along with it D2 prices too. For a week D2 shot above RUG, but they seem to have slipped back down. Paid 2.84 on Wednesday while RUG was 2.87. On Thursday RUG was down to 2.77. I can't keep up with it. There's still a station nearby with D2 at 2.99 with RUG at 2.84. I boycott them just because.

dradeka May 19th, 2006 17:45

$2.91 at Hess in Middletown, RI Today.
___________________________________
2005 Jetta GLS TDI 5 speed Wagon.

Diesel Drvr May 20th, 2006 07:30

I am currently paying $5.16 an imp. gallon here in Atlantic Canada so you guys should consider yourself lucky. Also biodiesel does not exist around here either.

candrews4tdi May 24th, 2006 20:07

I'm in the North Atlanta Metro area. I just payed $2.60 a gallon for #2 Diesel at my local Kroger.

RT1 May 25th, 2006 07:32

BP/Amoco truck stop Rt 1 South, Lawrenceville NJ (Bakers Basin) $2.77

El Dobro May 25th, 2006 09:50

The Gulf by me just went from $2.81 to $2.79.

MrErlo May 25th, 2006 09:52

Sapp Bros, 144th St I-80 exit
D2 - $2.89
B20 - $2.89

Nebraska Iowa Supply Co.
B99 - $2.80 (quoted not actually purchased...yet)

DK May 25th, 2006 10:39

Currently $2.95 at my usual Mobil...down from $2.99. DK

TornadoRed May 25th, 2006 17:28

Throughout most of SoCal, the lowest-price stations are charging $3.19-3.25 a gallon for #2. And there are enough of them, that no one needs to pay more than $3.30.

I don't know what gasoline is selling for -- I don't pay any attention. But I think it's about 5-10 cents more than diesel, except at the places that really aren't trying to sell any diesel.

HFSH May 26th, 2006 06:44

$2.969 in Oregon WI yesterday
$2.929 in McFarland WI yesterday

Lightflyer1 May 26th, 2006 08:23

$2.56 here, in central Texas.


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