it cannot be ignored

I just heard that people are lining up in Georgia to pay US$5.00/gallon for gas. (And we were complaining yesterday when gasoline prices went up here from Cdn$1.00/liter to Cdn$1.20/liter – about US$4.00/gallon.)

News of disruptions in the gas supply sparked runs on stations and a sharp spike in prices, with some drivers in Atlanta, Georgia, facing prices above $5 a gallon. read more

I KNEW that I should have asked Mom how to do canning when she was visiting… something tells me that fresh vegetable prices are going to skyrocket this winter. At least we have a roof over our heads, though – unlike thousands upon thousands of people across this beleaguered world.

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