So apparently there’s one more way – besides our superior corruption and more lovably losing sports franchises – that Cleveland tops Chicago: We have cheaper gas. In fact, we have the cheapest in the country
The average price for a gallon of gas here $2.65. In Chicago, that same gallon will run you about $3.29, the highest average in the country.
Experts believe it’s because of some production problems at some Ohio refineries, which jacked up the prices (when supply was lower) then quickly dropped them again (supply has since grown). C-Notes, however, believes it’s because Cleveland-American is the superior race. Who are you going to believe?
Another possible explanation, lobbed by an AAA spokeswoman
, is that Chicago uses cleaner burning fuels.
We still prefer our theory. – T. K. Kim