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What a load of bovine droppings!

"Managers said their wholesale cost was way too high, and they didn't want to pass that cost on to their customers." Metinks a more likely story is that the increased wholesale cost plus the current distributor's AR balance from Go-Gas placed them over a pre-set credit limit. No business in the world would make such an idiotic decision intentionally. Think about it.... "We're in business to sell you gasoline, but we simply decided that gasoline is too expensive this week, and you shouldn't buy any." Talk about driving your customers into the arms of your competitors! Now we're expected to believe that they're selling gasoline for their exact cost? That's a mighty big loss leader, considering there's not much else to buy at a Go-Gas. I thought Burger King was the home of the whopper....?

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