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Re: A dog's obeyed in office

Posted by sigismund on October 31, 2019, at 2:50:42

In reply to Re: A dog's obeyed in office sigismund, posted by Beckett2 on October 31, 2019, at 1:50:26

An opshop is a thrift store, yes.

From what I have heard and imperfectly remembered, something goes wavy in the upper atmosphere causing weather patterns to persist longer (California drought, rain in the midwest, freezing cold in the centre and east). Apparently it is starting to happen in the southern hemisphere with the melting, but it is not nearly as severe.

All the privatisations have changed governments from being service providers to money streams. Room there for family members to cash in on contracts for service provision. And then there is our pathetic dependence on carrots and sticks, as if we can't bear to touch those on the receiving end of the policies.

So what about PG&E (or whatever it is). Was it once government owned? All that money paid to shareholders could have been put to use burying the power lines. Those sunny Reagan years seem long ago, the Clinton promises of economic growth too. Everybody knows the plague is coming.




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