Retired since 2015. Volunteer driver for low income seniors for DriveHappiness.ca in Edmonton AB.
Doubles the confusion
Given a choice, more people would adopt change I disagree, (not that it matters) most people are unaware of just how much we rely on the many derivatives of “oil”. Or are unaware of the true cost of “mass transit, electric/solar power, etc.”.
The biggest problem our descendants will face is overpopulation, not enough meaningful employment and the huge debt our generation has burdened the with.
That’s why police hate getting accident descriptions from women.. bumper, fender.. it’s a car, close enough.
Ed needs to call his missus and have her make some observations she could apply herself.
Blue ones are especially ferocious.
Down and over just a tad.. seems simple enough.
Not lazy at all.. He’s the master of his domain and has every right (duty even) to lord over his peasants. She’s.. an ungrateful wretch and should be horsewhipped. It’s insubordination like this that has led to the demise of natural order. /s
Did the kid walk.. mine always wanted to ride the sleigh back up the hill… which would make you puff by the 13th time
Was going to make the same comment but with coffee.. and my breakfast porridge.
Not everyone.. the consumers benefit with lower gas prices. An oversupply of anything benefits the consumer.
A classic example is natural gas. It “was” a by-product and until they developed a international market was either flared off or used to heat greenhouses (Joffrey) and electric power plants. But.. once you get an international price.. the locals can no longer afford it.
The thing most folk forget or are unaware of is that a lot of oil is still being shipped by pipe (old pipe) and rail.. both which are prone to spills. And those righteous America are still bringing in dirty oil (much tainted with blood) from Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Venezuela, Russia and Nigeria to keep the refineries in louisiana running.