Your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena for March 3, 2023...
"Tesla sells vehicles in person at one facility in Mississippi that is classified as a store, not a dealership. The distinction allows the company to operate outside state laws governing franchise businesses. This exception, and the prospect of other electric companies taking advantage of it, gives these manufacturers special privileges that traditional automakers don’t enjoy, according to Republican Sen. Daniel Sparks of Belmont."
Smart idea. Looks like some governors and senators are looking out for the best interests of their state and its constituents.
Concerning Pablo Escobar's hippos,......it's in the water💧
That's funny! "Mississippi, FIRST in everything" Probably more like 'WORST in everything." First in being the worst? Currently though, Alabama has taken the top spot for worst in education. Sometimes, even Mississippi can't save us from last place. Usually, one can count on MS, AL, LA, and WV to be the main competitors in the majority of 'worst' prizes. Categories like 'lowest percentage of bachelor's degrees,' 'highest infant mortality rates,' 'worst quality healthcare,' 'lowest wages,' etc.
Having friends with family in both countries I tried to stay neutral about the Brandon war. But, Ukraine has shown itself to be a nazi nation and that’s probably the only reason the left loves it. Hitler was an elitist communist. Right now Greene wants to put Brandon on the mat over nutty spending on the war and over a callous disregard for New Palestine, OH. God bless her.
Most water in the US is considered polluted, especially farm wells. I use tap water in the nasal rinse, but also add salt, a little boron, and a few drop of iodine. The tube holds 6 oz., and that much iodine is enough to sterilize a gallon of muddy water. Aside from that, our water has copper in it from the mines and calcium from caliche. In addition, scotch snuff once or twice a day. BTW, one more storm coming to AZ from Cali. Cali is supposed to get an additional 2-5 feet of snow to add to the already over 100 inches. Yes, Cali is cursed. Cursed by global warming conspiracy theorists. God is laughing, again.
I love snow! I love to see it falling. Watch it accumulate on trees and lawns. It’s so beautiful. When I get tired of that, I go to another page on the corrupter. We got 2.5 inches in the canyon and up to 14 inches on the Catalina Mtns east of Tucson. I felt pity for the citrus trees and palms. They shiver so in the cold.
Hershey looks like they like the hershey highway more than customers. That's the Wokey Hokey Pokey dance straight to bankruptcy. Millions will boycott them. Their chocolate always did taste crappy.
Edit: if you are a shareholder, then dump and run. Nobody wants to eat crappy chocolate endorsed by some freak with a penis ring in its nose!
"A great tradition". Yeah, of satanically induced hereditary insanity. What a wacko. Don't people know how to think? I forgot, of course not.
It snowed here in southwest New Mexico, US on Wednesday the 1st of March, and it was the strangest, stickiest snow I've ever seen, in that it stuck to the utility poles for several hours in direct sunlight without melting.
Author here doesn't understand that NASA only shows CGI BS. Nothing you can prove to be real from the trip to the moon to pics of the sun, usually in different colors. Fake, always has been. Maybe someone here that posts regularly can wake this guy up; might mean more money for him🤔💲