Apparently, toilet paper, diapers, and fruit juice are so scarce, they've turned into a coveted form of contraband in Venezuela, a nation benefiting from $100/barrel oil with some of the greatest pulpwood forests and opportunities for orchards in the world. They can't afford diapers or fruit juice, but they can apparently bankroll another bankrupt state, Cuba.
Where, of course, you can either eat rice or cigars, I guess, but you'll be lucky to get much else.
We do not care. - This morning I was able to spend some time with my parents. They mentioned that one of their friends is Anglican, in the northern Waikato, and the bishop i...
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