Today we had a curious thing happen. We had a run on gasoline. At least one local radio station suggested that oil refineries affected by the storm would cut production, resulting in higher gas prices. I meant to get some gasoline before this became a possible issue, but I discounted the issue a bit. But today at lunch, all the gas stations near my work were either sold out of gas or afflicted with long lines.
I meant to go wait in line early this evening to solve the issue. I am low on gasoline. But I had to work late on an unexpected new matter. On my night drive home, I again saw long lines or stations without gasolinie. The radio says it's all a panic,--there is no real gasoline shortage. But a psychosomatic shortage still fees like a shortage to me.
Today I saw Blue Jays everywhere and popular gasoline pumps.
breakfast: cereal and skim milk
lunch: buffet pizza, broccoli, pickles, cucumbers and carrots
dinner: four cheese ravioli
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