War is never good, unless it's a gas price war like the one raging in Wyoming between 28th and 44th Streets. A check on GasBuddy.com shows prices at Wyoming stations in those neighborhoods running about 42 cents a gallon cheaper than the rest of Kent County. But why?
Gas is less than $2 per gallon in Michigan in Greenville, of all places. That hotbed of economic equality. It's the place where low prices began, as the home of Meijer. Now, the gas there is the cheapest in the state.
Well, Greenville had the lowest gas prices in the nation. Had, but not anymore. In a surprising move, the oil companies realized that Michigan had some of the lowest -- if not THE -- lowest gas per gallon price in the nation. So, they stopped that crap in a big hurry.