I received the following from Ryan Yonk, a former USU student:
So Atlanta for some reason I can’t quite fathom has limited gasoline supplies, and I betting it would get better not worse while I was on vacation chose not to fill up and came home to a near tank and gas at few stations. Driving home tonight I had underline had to get gas or I wasn’t going anywhere tomorrow and finally at Kroger of all place I found gas, and I must say I had warm feelings for the mega corp. When I got out to buy gas the man at the pump next me was complaining loudly that he didn’t understand why the price was so high , and that it wasn’t right that they were gouging for the gas he needed. And the price was high, really high, like 5.25 per gallon, but my only thought as a stood pumping what must be gold infused gasoline was oh thank god Kroger is “gouging” and they have some left for me to be gouged with.