Discussion in 'Economics' started by bearice, Feb 5, 2011.
Wow that little explosion at a gas terminal way over on the other side of the world caused an immediate increase of 18 cents a gallon at my local gas station.
Damn these markets are efficient. (sic)
The world is a global village. Who is responsible?
Did somebody overlay a cigarette lighter against a photograph? :eek:
fucking hard to get a clean picture of the Flame of Liberty ...
This is the best I could find :
Is it still burning
2 points :
if sabotage... no big deal... ( It will at least permit to everyone to discuss the prices that Isreal had to pay for its natural gaz... I heard about a cost of 0.70-1.20 when the production cost what around 2.60 and that other countries were selling at around 10.00 )
if not... You can't be ready for what's coming... No way ever, or at least not in your sense...
When there are more sabotage and gas pipeline explosions it will be big deal.
The utility company was saying Sunday that it wasn't a sabotage
But I clearly agree that with such a big Flame of Liberty it will hard to find concret evidence for what really happened
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