Oil prices climb back to pre-pandemic levels
08/02/2021 | news | business | 352
Having hit an all-time low last year, oil has recovered on the hopes of a quicker economic turnaround.
Sad to say so but Asia /Australasia has proven far more effective at handling the pandemic than the Western World led by the US & its Atlantic dominions (England)?

How could we have been the worst, when we had the intellectual giants Trump, Mini-Trump and Mr Eyetest in charge?
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08/02/2021 11:14:29 1 5
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Cant argue with that, although some will gladly do just that.
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08/02/2021 10:35:09 53 9
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Sometimes it feels as if this virus is Earth's way of catching its breath and slowing down pollution for a while...
Try thinking, I find reason is far better in such situations Removed
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08/02/2021 12:08:32 13 5
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Who selects which stories can be commented on?
The is a question I asked the moderators when they deleted one of my posts for writing 'yawn' as a reply to a very repetitive complaint. They said that they were unable to discuss the issue and rejected my appeal.

The moderators are certainly BBC luvvies.
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08/02/2021 15:26:06 11 2
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It climbed back up because new POTUS Biden has immediately, once again, made the USA dependent on imported oil. Under Trump they were a net exporter. The price jump happened in January, it's not rocket science.
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