Mercury Retrograde and Canceled Flights, Healthcare, Goods & Fuel
Southwest Airlines is dealing with a sick out today dealing with the forced V. Pilots are also suing.
giovanni posted this yesterday:
Here's the shipping situation:
We also have numerous nurses walking out all over the country. Think about it. Think about it. Your unv buds are going to lose their jobs while you're supposed to care for patients alongside the Nat'l Guard.
I thought "ugly" was an understatement but I hate being accused of "fear-mongering".
This is by no means over or soon to end. Remember, Mercury with sq Pluto THREE times at the same degree.
What do you see out there?
This is from the '70's. Note the price per gallon on the top right. That's an inflated price for the times. When gas was available, you had to wait in line, for many an hour or so. Sometimes odd/even license plates could buy gas on alternate days.
or T-Th-Sa and closed on Sunday.
Many stations only sold gas to customers they knew. Loyalty was rewarded, basically.
The nat'l speed limit was dropped from 70 MPH to 55 MPH.
This hit heating oil as well. Nixon order thermostats set to 68 degrees.
The flight interruption seems like a major occurrence. I understand certain news stations wouldn't report the underlying facts there, but where are the others on this?
The supply chain is certainly an issue. You can't really cash flow when you are sitting on inventory that is 90% complete but waiting for the last part or two. Tough to finish the builds when you can't find steady labor, either. Upping the ante on requirements of said labor isn't exactly helpful.
"With vaccination deadlines fast approaching, hundreds of thousands of US service members remain either unv-nated or partially vaated against Covid-19, according to the Washington Post."
Expect the stock market to be impacted.