Wow…is it really that bad? Or is it just a few stores.
That makes more sense now why stuffs at HD increased at least 10% after October 1, 2021. I'm doing a big project at the house and having to go back to HD to get more, and I noticed that their price tags on the shelves are not updated since last weekend when the prices were lower.
Should have read "couldn't".
Not sure, just stopped by Walmart for my usual weekend grocery shopping.Wow…is it really that bad? Or is it just a few stores.
So far in Aus we haven’t had this issue expect in the initial rush days., even then it was rectified quite quickly
As to Halloween…I find it amusing that in Aus we have to use a code to check in where ever we go, but going from house to house where everyone is sticking their hands in a pot is somehow ok.
Nothing really makes sense anymore
I wonder where the "specific impacts" are located in the world. I would place my bet on developing countries which mimic the US' development prior to 1970. US has its regulation of occupational health, water, air, and waste started as early as 1930s and the level of stringent that we see today are a reflection of the laws changed in the 1970s (e.g. OSHA, CWA, CAA, RCRA, and CERCLA).C|net said:"Our objective is to map all possibly relevant studies on climate-related changes, rather than a list of studies where the relationship between an observed climate trend and specific impacts has been demonstrated with high confidence,"