So you actually think if 1.3 million people (I think that is a rough ballpark of the current positive tests to date) had gotten very ill, we would be better off? Or that containing the spread of the virus would be easier? I'm sorry, I just don't understand that logic. I would imagine if...
Welcome aboard! Lots of good info already. I'll second that you should ask your outfitter (or the outfitters you are considering), and I'm sure they will be able to line up some great stuff for the wife.
Very entertaining story! Thank you for sharing!
I do have a question - when the leopard charged the first time and the client accidentally hit the magazine release, all 4 cartridges dropped. Am I to understand that he was following a wounded leopard without a round chambered?
Just for conversation's sake - I don't think the point is that they have a much lower death rate than everyone else. I think the point is they are on par, or in some cases have a lower death rate than countries that have gone into full blown lockdowns. The argument I believe is that perhaps...
Wheels has summed it up nicely. Today was the settle date for May volumes, and due to a massive oversupply prices fell through the floor. Depending on who you listen to, the world is oversupplied by somewhere around 20+ mmbo/d (million barrels of oil per day).
Today was the settle date for May volumes. There is a massive oversupply due largely to Covid-related stay at home orders (i.e. much less travel) and businesses shutting down, as well as the Saudi/Russia oil spat. Oil will come back when demand comes back.
That is a very simplistic...
Was supposed to be my 3rd day in Zim right now for leopard/buff. Instead, I'm working on selling a house due to a change in jobs.
Also seriously thinking about trying to do a hunt this spring/early summer here in TX before the move. Looking at you @gizmo