Re: So what did you accomplish today? #OT
I went to the store one day,I xan't remember which, and the shelves looked like Russian grocery shelves. I went for salt for my water softener but was so disgusted I just left. I went to another store and there was a line so I went home. Luckily we always keep a good supply of food on hand, and even if that dwindles down I can hunt. We have an enormous amount of hogs in Tx......ummm bacon.
They are saying our electric bills will most likely go up, because they failed us we get to pay the price, I don't understand the logic.
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I sympathize with you. I have livestock & we had -20 last week .I had Fuel jell in my F60d while feeding the cattle hay & waters froze, but we can deal with it. It just takes longer to do chores & I’m exhausted by the end of the day. I heard the Texas Secretary of Agriculture being interviewed this week. Farmers can’t get feed for their cattle, milk is being dumped , meat can’t get processed & the stores are running out of food. The price to the farmer is dropping & the price in the store is going up. This is worse than the Covid supply chain problems. Price of gas here in northern Illinois has gone up $.60. With all the government spending, the dollar will become weaker & buy less.
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I live in Texas. Lost power for 9 hours day before yesterday. It gets cold in the house real fast without heat. My neighbor has an above ground pool that completely froze. Do not know how you folks that deal with that every year can cope. I'm ready for the Texas heat.
That $4.70 gas price, get ready for that to be the norm now that biden put a stop to the pipeline, fracking and no more drilling on public land. We will go back to being dependent on opec and they will make up for what they lost the last 4 years. This is not intended to be a political statement just my gut feeling.
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This is an eye opening post Steve. Prayers go out to those in Texas and the South who are facing the latest weather-related crisis - on top on the pandemic.