Discussion in 'Boston' started by IMMA DRIVER, Jan 12, 2019 at 10:57 AM.
The Wakefield sonoco is down to $2.07
They need to lower the milge rate.
They need to lower the milge rate
I heard mayor Mardi Walsh, that said Uber drivers create gridlock in Boston, and pollute the city, and suggested a $1 tax for every trip that is no pool, NPR yesterday
Walsh is a jackass hack. If we were union he’d be screaming that drivers don’t get paid fairly.
But your not your a Uber slave
Where is that Ty?
Right off of exit 42. The station has been the cheapest for a while.
Next to Irving
1/4 mile to the right off exit 42 is a Prime that consistently beats these two by $.03 to $.09/gal
Paid $2.47 today at Speedway in Quincy.
There are a couple of Primes on Hancock Street but not 24 hiurs.
The Shell on the Lynnway seems to usually have good prices, but I don't think better than mentioned above.
Bellingham Speedway $2.35,also is a Citgo @$2,31,but I prefer the first one so I collect rewards for freebies
Prime just opened up a new location that’s 24 hours on the Woburn/Stoneham line right off exit 36 (Montvale Ave)
Though for around the same price, I usually go with top tier gas (Sunoco, shell, Mobil, irving, and others).
Typical MA politician. Create problems from lack of planning and governance and tax your way out of them.
That AlPrime station has had the lowest gas prices since it opened and there's about 4 other gas stations right in that area. I've gone there a bunch of times now.
Who is electing these idiots?
All city of Boston employees; dpw, teachers, fire, police, all of the so called private/public agencies, rose kennedy greenway commission where the head makes several hundred thousand per year, UMass employees where the top earner makes 1m and the President earns about 600k, MBTA workers, all state workers (especially the non essential) etc....and all of these people retire with 80% pensions or close to it and subsidized health care.
Did I miss anyone? Oh right...all of the non profit organizations and all of the higher ed colleges and university employees.
Any other questions as to why this is a 1 party state?
Separate names with a comma.