OK, so the price of gas is obscenely high, and I don't care how much they pay a gallon or liter or however they measure it over in Europe. Over there they aren't buying gasoline, they are funding their Socialist government giveaways.
My anger is to the right of the decimal point. I think it is simply wrong for gas stations to continue to charge fractions of a cent per gallon. If the prices is $2.53 a gallon, then it should be $2.53 a gallon, not $2.539 per gallon. Yes I understand the deceptive marketing theory. It simply looks cheaper. Maybe that made sense when the price was 89 cents a gallon, but today's consumers are too sophisticated for that garbage.
If the price drops below one dollar a gallon, they are welcome to tack on fractions of a cent to the price of each gallon, but so long as they are charging more than a dollar a gallon (and they are approaching three times that) then they should not be allowed to charge a fraction of a cent per gallon.
Shamrock Farms can't do that for milk. Why should Chevron do it for gasoline?