Flushing NY, was a Mets fan for 1 year (the year Howard Johnson won the HR title with 38, if I remember correctly). Became a Yankee in '95, guess I've been blessed with the timing so far.
Now a lifer in northern Mass, saw a house with a huge NY logo in the window in Andover, ma, wonder if he/she has to repair that window often. Almost bought a house down the street, could've been neighbors...
CHIYANKEE wrote: Must be nice, I had to pay $4.25 per gallon after work tonight.
Just to make you all feel a little better, I filled up my car yesterday and it cost me the equivalent of $160, that is (if my maths is correct) $9.84 for a US gallon.
How much per liter? Of course, the distances are different since many Americans drive 60 miles a day to work.
It's about £1.30 a litre here, there are 3.785 litres to a US gallon so £4.92 and the exchange rate is roughly 2:1 - thats how I worked it out anyway. Pretty much everything is way more expensive in England than the US.
Can I suggest to those Americans that drive 60 miles a day to work that they move home!