May 16, 2013
My mistake. I drive by at 65 miles per hour and assess the prices by pattern, given the glimpses I can manage safely. Combine the similarity between digitally-rendered nines and fours, that the next price down appeared to be $3.84, and that I had another fifteen or twenty minutes before I could enter the data for that and the other stations of which I keep track, it is hardly surprising that I made an error, despite my best efforts. My sincerest apologies, and no maliciousness was intended.
What I find myself wondering is why you felt it necessary to alert me of my erroneous data entry, rather than just correct it.