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by stormyjean  Oct 31, 2014

thank you, i hope to do many many more,

by ItisAJeepThing  Oct 30, 2014

Congratulations on having the determination to post for 1,700 consecutive days! Hope that you are having a FUNtastic week! Warren

by baitmn  Jul 25, 2014

Glad to have you as my newest buddy, Keep up the good work, Your Gas Buddy here

by SHEP20715  Jul 23, 2014

Congratulations on posting for 1600 consecutive days, that is real dedication, helping others to save money on gas. .YB.Shep

by baitmn  Jul 22, 2014

A Big Congrats on reaching the 1600 Day Mark Posting, Wanna be Gas Buddies

by ItisAJeepThing  Jun 13, 2014

Thanks for becoming my buddy. You have an amazing string of consecutive days, keep it up. Hope that you have a great weekend. Warren

by n0cf  Apr 30, 2014

BTW - please don't take my comments as personal attacks. I want to thank everyone that helps GB by posting regularly. I just wish the mods would provide some guidance after the September 2013 switch to 87 octane gasohol in Iowa. I started a new forum thread in the Iowa section:

by n0cf  Apr 30, 2014

I have contacted them - about the stations that sell two grades of 87 octane... I know there is disagreement on that topic around the state. The "old reasoning" pre September 2013 was midgrade=gasahol based on it being 89 octane (that's straight from the Minneapolis GB folks). However, BP labels their least-expensive gasahol as regular, and sell 89 octane "Silver" -- to me there is no reason to post the more expensive 89 octane price as regular and the less-expensive 87 octane price for BP as regular. I'm willing to agree to disagree with you on "Unleaded versus Super Unleaded" at Caseys, et. al....

by n0cf  Apr 29, 2014

Hi, you got prices reversed at BP 127 Jefferson in Waterloo (you posted $3.809 regular and $3.559 midgrade this AM). Their low-cost ethanol-blended 87 octane is labelled "Regular" at the pump and on the street sign and should be reported as such. Unlike most of Iowa, the BP stations have actual 89 octane midgrade (labelled as "Silver") which is much more expensive than $3.559 currently. I posted pictures of pump and street sign in March. Thanks!

by SHEP20715  Apr 13, 2014

Congratulations on posting for 1500 consecutive days. That is real commitment. May 2014 bring peace and joy. .YB.Shep

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