The ‘Ruinous’ Inflation Is Ruining Us, Right?
Yesterday I paid $3.85 for gasoline at the local convenience store. A week ago, the price was $4.19. A week before that it was $4.49. So, as of today, the 12 gallons I put into my car every time I fill up is now costing me $6 dollars less than it cost me two weeks ago — enough left over for a coffee and a lottery ticket on my way to work.