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Bill Hicks

Just wanted to add one other reason why this is not the 1930s. At one point during that time not long after the first big East Texas oil strikes, oil prices fell to 2 CENTS a barrel. The U.S. was literally swimming in oil.

It is an understatement to say THAT won't happen again.

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