No. I pay 3.18 for a gallon of gas. I think. Maybe 3.28.
But even so, your change is a bit more than pennies.
You can buy two gallons of milk for 5 bucks.
I have no idea what a pack of cigs cost and I don’t really care.
Orange juice however remains more expensive than gasoline.
I find it a bit ironic that a product from Florida USA that doesn't require refining is more expensive than a product the raw material for which must be shipped half way around the world before they can even begin turning it into a useful product.
$4.50 in Albuquerque, $7.00 in Chicago, $9.00 in New York, and I do care.
What can you buy with your $0.80 change after buying a gallon of gas?
“You can buy two gallons of milk for 5 bucks.”
Where? Milk is over $5 a gallon in these parts.
You can? Where?