shït, he certainly got worse after the last news bulletin I saw. Isn't strange how many many South American leaders contracted cancer in the last 10 years. I suspect they've been CIA'd ala Bob Marley.
Just a little bit of plutonium
left in the shoe
can cause pandemonium
and give cancer to you
but it's ok, you'll never suspect us
we are slyer than a fox
Just a little cut, oh look now there's pus.
" Man Takes his chances
by a roll of the dice
Life's full of dances
some not so nice
Some Leaders say
they're doing us right
Others just do it
without showing their might
Men for their people , have it mostly correct
when greed comes to town, people end wrecked
Hugo stood by his stand
free his people from greed
and bless the whole land
have come and gone
If I can't remember them
then they've done us wrong
Yes man takes his chances
here in this life
can leave you in romances
with grief and strife
Or take you up
where you do the most good
and Hugo I believe did as he should
Farewell Friend ~~~~~~~~~~~~
(03-06-2013, 03:52 AM)Shadow Wrote: Very nice CA and I agree. What scares me is what happens to Venezuela now
They get to start paying $4-6 a gallon for gas like the rest of us.
I am not your rolling wheels, I am the highway
I am not your carpet ride I am the sky
I am not your blowing wind, I am the lightning
I am not your autumn moon, I am the night
Confessions of an Economic Hitman:
her's your fuel prices
1. Caracas, Venezuela
$0.18 per gallon (average) — These gas prices have been in place before Chavez took office, and will remain. The last time the government tried to raise gas prices mass protests sprang up across the country, and several people died.
2. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
$0.48 per gallon (average) — The kingdom has 20% of the world’s oil reserves, they are the heavy hitter on the global stage.
3. Tripoli, Libya
$0.54 per gallon— Libya is ranked 9th in the oil-producing world league.
4. Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
$0.72 per gallon (average) — Each person with a vehicle gets 120 litres free per month, so who cares about the price anyway?
5. Manama, Bahrain
$0.78 per gallon (average) — Which is likely to rise due to low oil reserves, and a new plan to diversify the economy.
6. Kuwait City, Kuwait
Kuwaitis by nature are very wealthy, but who doesn’t like a discount?
7. Doha, Qatar
The citizens of Qatar have the second highest income/world and the 7th lowest gas prices in the world.
as i look out the window
the gas station across the street has gas at : $4.89 a gallon
that is $4.70 HIGHER THEN venezuela
i can get about 26 gallons of gas for the one gallon i get here in the states ..
it cost $4000 to get a bag of groceries to market in the states
transportation of produce to market in Venezuela ?
excuse me ,
it cost a person $30 to get to the doctor from outside town
and the DR. bill for a splint on a broken foots
it cost $1.80 to gewt to the Dr.
and free to splint the foot
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