My health problem surfaced last tuesday. Other than the emergency room that night, I have not been out of the house for a week. Perhaps tomorrow. I want to experience one day without pain first.
My blog talk radio show tonight. Tuesday Talk with Key West Lou. The show is done from home so no problem.
Interesting show tonight. Very interesting. Topics like Saudi Arabia and hypocrisy, German government making money off bestiality brothels, 40 year old woman who just delivered her 13th son, 65 year old woman who already has 13 children delivering quadruplets, Milwaukee man pronounced dead not dead, new DEA chief will no longer focus on marijuana, trailer park owners getting rich, and more.
Join me at 9 my time. www.blogtalkradio.com/key-west-lou.
KONK Life hit the stands yesterday. My article this week Saudi Arabia And The Hypocrisy Of It All. A detailed expose.
The last time I was out of the house (last tuesday), gasoline was $3.99 a gallon. This morning, I read the national average is $2.74. Why so much more for we Key West natives? Don’t tell me the drive from Miami for delivery adds $1.25 on to the average price!
Enjoy your day!
Glad you’re doing better
Gas being so much more expensive peeked my interest. I went on gasbuddy.com (Web site that tracks gas prices in a specific area) They are quoting prices from stations located on North Roosevelt as being $2.77 -$2.84. Where did you see $3.99 or was that for diesel?
Two Shell stations. One at entrance to Key Haven where I live. The other Shell on the boulevard. There probably were some less than Shell. Not as low as $2.77. We have one cheapie gas station, a local, that pumps generally 10 cents a gallon cheaper. I do not know gasbuudy.com. I question their numbers.
If you drive 15 miles up on US 1, there is another Shell Station. Generally, 10 cents cheaper. In the middle keys, gasoline is significantly cheaper. Until you hit Homestead. Then it spikes up again.
Just cause it’s simple doesn’t mean it’s not super helflup.