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A Shell station, in Rancho Cordova, California,  suffered a computer glitch that affected it’s pumps and pricing. The glitch lowered gas to 69 cents a gallon. People started calling friends and family members to come and fill up. The gas was supposed to cost $6.99 a gallon. It took three hours for the gas station managers to realize there was a problem. Many people filled up for under $15.

An Exxon gas station, in Western Massachusetts, stopped selling gas on Friday to protest record prices of almost $5 a gallon. Station owner Reynold Gladu became outraged when Exxon raised prices by 40 cents in 24 hours. He says,  “It’s hard enough for people to put groceries on their table after working in the factory or wherever they work for 30-40 hours a week and not be able to put gas in their car and get to work. I don’t want to be part of that. There’s no justification. It’s the same gas that was in the ground that they’re just making extra money on. ExxonMobil should stop robbing the public.”