For comparison, “just 21.47 percent of the lower 48 states was drought free, which is down from 56.53 percent at the same time in 2011.”
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Random QuoteQuestions to ponder:
- What would we do if all of our vehicles 'vanished' and we had to restructure our basic needs without the sunk cost of automobiles?
-Would the answers to the above question ONLY be implemented IF all our vehicles 'vanished'? Why or why not?Nate Hagens
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