Experts say that drought losses will be at least $12 billion, the most since 1988.
Jul 26, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WERC-AM Birmingham
For the average consumer, the effects of this year's brutal drought are still months away, but they are coming, as many food prices next year are expected to jump by as much as 4%, reports Reuters .
“your life is great”
Since: Aug 09
you poop in clean water
this is clearly the governments fault.
no worries, just elect Mitt and the drought will end.
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