Sunday, August 27, 2017

40 Days And 40 Nights

Once I stood to lose her when I saw what I had done
Bound down and threw away the hours of her garden and her sun
So I tried to warn her, I turned to see her weep
Forty days and forty nights and it's still coming down on me

The area is home to nearly one-third of the nation's capacity to turn oil into gas, diesel and other products

Kloza said that normally refining is knocked offline for just a brief time, making the impact on prices fleeting. But that depends on the severity of the storm.

"Katrina was the exception," Kloza said, referring to the 2005 storm that badly damaged Gulf Coast operations.

12 denialist years later...

"This is a storm that the United States has not seen yet"

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Global Warming Denialists Would Like A Harder Lesson, please

Speaking of dedicated denialists

The perfect shit storm deja vu:
Debt ceiling standoff, EM market rotation, Fed balance sheet rolloff, U.S. deflation, and of course mass complacency

"This time with feeling"

The fifth wave is ending the exact same way as the first wave.

You know, mass denial propagated by a society of total fucking morons who know everything by knowing nothing: