Bidenflation: The price of a July 4th cookout is up 17% this year

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  1. Gateman_Wen

    Gateman_Wen Well-Known Member

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    Nope, just completely off topic deflection.
     
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    FreshAir Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    lol, you obviously don't
     
  3. Pixie

    Pixie Well-Known Member

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    I have no idea what you are talking about.
    What Scottish home?
     
  4. Pixie

    Pixie Well-Known Member

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    I think you should close down your computer and sleep off whatever it is that is affecting your connection with reality.
    WTF?
     
  5. Zorro

    Zorro Well-Known Member

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    White House Is Quietly Modeling For $200 Oil "Shock"

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    "You don't have to be a very sophisticated person to know how lines of presidential approval and gas prices go historically in the United States"

    "While the Biden administration is hoping and praying that someone - anyone - will watch the comical "Jan 6" kangaroo hearsay court taking place in Congress and meant to somehow block Trump from running for president in 2024 while also making hundreds of millions of Americans forget that the current administration could very well be the worst in US history, it is quietly preparing for the worst."

    "As none other than pro-Biden propaganda spinmaster CNN reports, when it comes to what really matters (at least according to Gallup), namely the economy, and specifically galloping gasoline prices, the White House is in a historic shambles."

    "Biden is now polling well below Trump at this time in his tenure."


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    While Dems were desperately flogging J6! "Cushing inventories dropped to just 1 million away from operational bottoms at roughly 20MM barrels. This means that the US is officially looking at tank bottoms."

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    "Over the last 2 weeks, the US gov has drained 13.7 million barrels from the SPR, "and yet, commercial oil stockpiles still fell 3 million barrels over the period."

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    Joe Biden will not handle this. We're producing 12 million barrels a day and running 2.4 mbd short. Just about where we would be if we are still pumping at Trumpian rates with the near 10%/yr in growth we were enjoying during the golden age of well stocked shelves, sensible prices and rising wages of the Trump era.

    The SPR sales end in Oct. "One can speculate how much longer Democrats can continue the "Jan 6" dog and pony show as the entire economy implodes around them, how America will vote in November when gas is $10/g or better should not be a mystery to anyone."
     
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  6. Zorro

    Zorro Well-Known Member

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    Perfectly on topic with the OP.
     
  7. Pixie

    Pixie Well-Known Member

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    Modern batteries are lithium.
    Main sources are Australia, Chine, Argentina and China.
    It is derived from an évaporation process of brine from hard rock.
    The rest of it is made from carbon based matériels to produce the lithium ion batteries today.
     
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    drluggit Well-Known Member Donor

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    LOL... facts... cause they are "off topic"... laughable. I suppose you like cake though.
     
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    drluggit Well-Known Member Donor

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    Sorry that reality just suddenly familiarized itself with you. And your response? Smug. Perhaps you should do more to acquaint yourself with how the raw materials that you enjoy in your products you use are produced. Does it offend you to know that kids in the DRC die because they mine the cobalt you use in things like the batteries you lauded?
     
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    drluggit Well-Known Member Donor

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    Your shallowness in this area knows no bounds...

    https://www.cobaltinstitute.org/ess...g-the-green-economy/batteries-energy-storage/

    Currently, the most popular lithium-ion technology to power these devices is the lithium-cobalt oxide (LCO) battery which has a cathode composed of LiCoO2.

    You might want to crack a book next time.
     
  11. Pixie

    Pixie Well-Known Member

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    https://www.cobaltinstitute.org/ess...g-the-green-economy/batteries-energy-storage/

    Currently, the most popular lithium-ion technology to power these devices is the lithium-cobalt oxide (LCO) battery which has a cathode composed of LiCoO2.

    You might want to crack a book next time.[/QUOTE]
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    Lithium-ion batteries

    Lithium-ion batteries are the most commonly used electric car batteries. Hybrid nickel-metal batteries are only used for hybrid cars yet. SLA or Lead-Acid batteries have a life span of only 3 years.Feb 28, 2022
    https://www.carandbike.com › news
    Most of today's all-electric vehicles and PHEVs use lithium-ion batteries, though the exact chemistry often varies from that of consumer electronics

    https://dragonflyenergy.com › electr...
    What Types of Batteries Are Used in Electric Cars? - Dragonfly Energy
    Jan 31, 2022 — Most new electric cars feature lithium-ion batteries. There are 6 main chemistry types of lithium and cars tend to use the most energy-dense ...

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org › wiki
    Electric vehicle battery - Wikipedia
    The most common battery type in moder electric vehicles are lithium-ion and lithium polymer, because of their high energy density compared to their weight.

    https://www.leasefetcher.co.uk › ele...
    What Types Of Electric Car Battery Are There? - Lease Fetcher

    Mar 16, 2022 — Lithium-ion batteries are currently the most widely-used - and for good reason. They offer high energy density and the cost to produce lithium




    https://www.edfenergy.com › batteries
    Electric Car Battery Life, Cost of Replacement, Recycling & Leasing

    A Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery is a type of rechargeable battery used in electric vehicles and a number of portable electronics. They have a higher energy ...

    https://www.omazaki.co.id › electric...
    Electric Car Batteries and Characteristics - Omazaki Group

    There are no other sources. The types of electric car batteries are also depends on the car system. The most popular electric car battery used is the lithium ion battery.

    Not à molécule of cobalt in sight.

    Apology accepted.
     
  12. Zorro

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    HE’S TOXIC: Dem Rep Doesn’t Want Biden Campaigning for Her: ‘I Intend to Do the Campaigning Myself.’ “Appearing on Fox News’ America’s Newsroom on Tuesday, Dana Perino pointed out that some have called the race to represent Virginia’s 7th District a ‘toss-up’ and asked whether Spanberger would call in the big guns by having a sitting president campaign with her. Spanberger dismissed the idea.”

    Wants Grandpa Felony Fingers to just stay away.

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    “I intend to do that campaigning myself. I am a candidate. It is my name on the ballot. Certainly, when I first ran, I ran in an R+7 district and I won that seat by getting out and speaking to voters,” the congresswoman said.

    Good strategy. Voters LIKE being listened too.

    "Spanberger did call out one Democratic leader by name, saying it’s time for a newer generation of Democrats to take over leadership positions, specifically the role of House Speaker, currently held by 82-year-old Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). Spanberger said she did not vote for Pelosi to continue as House Speaker last year. She was one of 15 Democrats that did not back Pelosi."

    “It is time to usher in new leadership across the board,” the Democrat said.

    Dems need more like this.
     

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