What Money? I know what money was but since gasoline doubled in price and the economy tanked who has any extra money to invest or spend? The interest that will now be owed on dividends after Jan 1st it is no longer feasible to invest in the economy or stocks. People will hold on to what little money they might have left so tightly the economy will not be able to recover. That will mean more job losses.
Honestly, I don think there a winning situation in this. I relatively new to to battletech, but from what I understand, Clan are supposed to have an edge in terms of skill, technology, strategy, etc. IS only wins by using guerrilla tactics and overwhelming them.
On my way to Nepal So, my friends, we decided to take a risk. I’m going to cross the border illegally. Let me explain to you: it is the only way my parents can take me with them as their Indian visa is expiring and my rabies vaccination is administered not enough time ago to get the required documents.
It is listed on the menu as 2 but this thing could easily serve about 6 people. It came with vanilla bean ice cream and caramel sauce that just dripped right down the side of the dish. It was an apple crisp for the records. In 2007, however, the venue was brought to a sad end by the very forces that it sought to oppose. When the police came to bolt the doors shut, the crowd protested and refused to leave, leading to at least two arrests. Even after Tonic’s closing, the community spirit was kept alive online throughthe Tonic newsletterandwhere the venue’s fans could share their memories and photos from past shows..
For years a powerful domestic climate change lobby has pushed for EU legislators to penalize sources of energy that are deemed to make the greatest contribution to climate change sources of energy such as oil sands whose extraction is judged as being more carbon intensive than more conventional sources of energy from places like Russia and the Middle East.In the case of oil, this has led to a proposed policy called the Fuel Quality Directive (FQD), whereby oil sands derived bitumen would be assigned a higher carbon dioxide value than other forms of conventional bitumen and penalized as a result.The ostensible goal of the policy is to prevent Canadian oil sands crude from being used in the massive EU marketplace. Yet the FQD only seeks to assign carbon values to bitumen from sources that are transparent and publish the data that EU bureaucrats require to make an assessment of their carbon value. In essence, Russia, Venezuela and a number of Middle Eastern and African producers get a free pass because they refuse to make this type of data publically available, if they even have it at all.