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    Đòi được tiền bồi thường từ hãng bảo hiểm cũng mệt à. Trong khi chờ đợi thì sẽ chịu đủ thứ khó khăn, thiếu thốn.

    Vi (nạn) nhân nan.
    (Khổng tử)

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    Nhà cửa và con cái là hai thứ người ta khoái khoe nhứt hạng.
    Đỗ thành Đậu

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    Thích khoe khoang không phải là cái tội mà là cái tật.
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    Nuôi con thì cũng khó, có nhà thì cũng khổ, khoe cũng được. Cha mẹ sinh con trời sinh số.

    Boy, 11, dies in freezing mobile home as Texas death toll mounts
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...ed-hypothermia

    As snow fell in Conroe, Texas, last Monday, Cristian Pavón Pineda ran outside his family’s mobile home, wearing a red jacket and making tracks in the powder. His mother filmed as her 11-year-old played in snow for the very first time.

    Though the family from Honduras had lost power the night before, the start of what they did not know would be days of blackouts in sub-freezing temperatures, they managed to capture a moment of joy.

    But on Tuesday morning, Pineda’s family could not wake him up.

    Investigators are still looking into the cause of the young boy’s death but his family believes he died from hypothermia. As Texas froze, they had no heat.
    Three Children and Grandmother Die in Texas House Fire After Losing Power amid Winter Storm
    https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/...211500939.html

    Three children and their grandmother died in a Texas house fire this week after losing power from winter storms plaguing the state.

    On Tuesday, the Sugar Land Fire Department responded to a 2 a.m. call of a house fire on Vista Lake Drive, where firefighters found the residence engulfed in flames, Doug Adolph, an SLFD spokesman, told the Houston Chronicle.

    Firefighters discovered three elementary-age children and an adult woman dead in the home while the children's mother was outside the residence with burn injuries, Adolph said. The mother is expected to survive.

    The fire remains under investigation, however, Adolph said the family may have been using the fireplace to keep warm during the frigid temperatures.

    "Obviously they were trying to stay warm," Adolph told the outlet. "We can't say that's what the cause was, we just think we know they were using a fireplace."


    At the time of the blaze, the neighborhood was without power due to the widespread winter storm.

    Two separate GoFundMe pages have been set up in honor of the three children who were killed in the fire. The kids have been identified as Olivia, 11, Edison, 5, and Colette Nguyen, 5.

    "Thank you all for your outpouring of love and support... There isn't much we need at the moment but we recognize that we are overwhelmed right now," the children's mother, Jackie Pham Nguyen, shared in a statement on another
    GoFundMe page. "Our hearts are broken right now. However, your acts of kindness have given us some comfort to pull us through. We are forever grateful to you all."
    There's one more kid that'll never go to school
    Never get to fall in love, never get to be cool
    Keep on rocking in the cold world (N. Young)
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    Three elementary-age children and an adult woman who was their grandmother were found dead in the home, Adolph said. When firefighters arrived, the mother of the children was outside the home with burn injuries.

    Bất nhơn quá. Rồi người mẹ trẻ còn lại làm sao mà sống.
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    Phi nhơn: lạm thu phi mã

    State should pay soaring power bills, says Houston mayor
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-...5D-%5Bisapi%5D

    Some residents reported bills of up to $16,000 (£11,500) for just a few days of usage, as temperatures hit 30-year lows of 0F (-18C) last week.

    The deadly storm, which blanketed Texas in snow last week, knocked out power to millions of people across the region.

    But some residents who were still able to turn on their lights and keep their fridges running found themselves with bills reaching thousands of dollars.

    Dallas resident and US Army veteran Scott Willoughby told the New York Times that he faced a $16,000 bill which had obliterated his savings.

    Susan Hosford, who lives in the city of Denison, told the Associated Press she had been charged $1,346 for the first two weeks of February alone and faced bank charges when the money automatically left her account, despite not having enough funds.
    Điện châu nước quế.

    Dọn về Ca li ở cho nó rẻ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Dọn về Ca li ở cho nó rẻ.
    Đi Mexico thấy sao, vừa ấm, vừa rẻ hơn nữa?


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    Anh này được đi miễn phí luôn, nhưng qua bển thấy nóng quá nên phải bay về liền. Chắc tại ảnh nhiều mỡ, mới năm chục tuổi mà bụng như ông địa.

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    Người chăm lo sức khoẻ thì phê bình là bụng ông địa,
    hiểm họa đột quỵ cao hơn đỉnh đầu. Người thần thánh
    hóa thì coi đó là bụng ông Phật Di Lặc. Một trong hăm
    mấy tướng tốt thấy "phát sốt".

    Ông địa này làm gì thì làm chứ chắc cũng cần viện trợ
    của chánh phủ liên bang. Dân của ông địa cần hơn ông
    địa. Ít nhất cũng phải làm áp lực các công ty điện lực.
    Theo tổng thống Pháp là: "trong những giai đoạn đặc
    biệt phải có cách xử trí đặc biệt".

    Ví dụ như ở Đức thì trong giai đoạn covid-19 hiện nay.
    Chánh phủ cấm tư nhân không được đuổi ai ra khỏi
    nhà mình đang cho thuê.
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    Factbox: Winners and losers in energy sector from Texas cold snap


    (Reuters) - A winter storm that hit parts of the southern United States over the past week led several energy companies to report stronger-than-expected results after they were called on to provide more power at higher prices, while others faced millions of dollars in losses.

    Here is a look at the winners and losers in the energy sector from the storm:

    WINNERS:

    Gas producers:

    Comstock Resources said the last week was “like hitting the jackpot,” adding it was able to sell at “super-premium prices” a material amount of production at anywhere from $15 per million cubic feet of gas (mcf) to as much as around $179 per mcf.

    EQT Corp said last week that it also benefited from high prices in regions affected by the cold snap. The company mainly produces gas out of the Marcellus and Utica shale regions in Pennsylvania and Ohio.

    Australia’s Macquarie Group, the second biggest gas marketer in North America after oil major BP, lifted its profit guidance on Monday due to the effects of the extreme winter weather. It expects 2021 profit to rise by 10%, after earlier anticipating earnings to drop.

    Other natural gas weighted production companies, including Cabot Oil & Gas, Southwestern Energy Co, Range Resources Corp and Antero Resources, may benefit from the freeze, Morgan Stanley analysts said in a note.

    Refiners with limited exposure to Texas markets:

    Shares of refiners such as HollyFrontier Corp and Valero Energy Corp rose after the freezing temperatures knocked a large swath of U.S. Gulf Coast refining offline, said Bob Yawger, director of energy futures at Mizuho. Eurozone refiners, including Shell and Total, are positioned to benefit as they ramp up their shipments of gasoline into New York Harbor, he said.

    LOSERS

    Utilities:

    Just Energy on Monday raised doubt about its ability to continue as a going concern, after it forecast a $250 million loss from the Texas winter storms.

    Innergex Renewable Energy Inc forecast a financial impact of up to C$60 million on its Texas wind farms.

    Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp said on Friday it expects the potential hit to adjusted core earnings for this year to be between $45 million and $55 million after bad weather restricted production at its Renewable Energy Group’s Texas-based wind facilities.

    Atmos Energy said on Friday it purchased natural gas for an extra $2.5 billion to $3.5 billion due to higher cost of the fuel, adding it was evaluating financing options to pay for the additional purchase cost.

    Oilfield Services:

    Solaris said on Monday last week’s weather would have an impact on first quarter financials, but did not quantify the hit.

    Shale oil producers:

    Shale oil producers in the southern United States could take at least two weeks to restart the more than 2 million barrels per day of crude output that shut down. Some production may never return, analysts said.

    Diamondback Energy said it expects the weather to wipe off up to five days of production in the current quarter.

    Cimarex Energy Inc said it expects an up to 7% hit to production volume in the quarter.

    Occidental Petroleum forecast first-quarter Permian production of 450,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day to 460,000 boepd, including a 25,000 boepd hit from downtime related to the winter storm.

    Laredo Petroleum said its Permian Basin operations were affected for the last 12 days and estimated the combined impact of shut-in production and completions delays to reduce first-quarter total output by about 8,000 boepd and oil production by about 3,000 bpd.

    Gulf refiners:

    Refiners with oil processing facilities along the Gulf Coast, the main U.S. refining hub, such as Phillips 66 and Exxon Mobil, were forced to halt operations. By Thursday last week, the historic sub-zero temperatures in Texas and Louisiana shut at least 3.5 million barrels per day, or about 19%, of U.S. refining capacity.

    Compiled by Arundhati Sarkar and Arathy S Nair in Bengaluru, Laila Kearney and Devika Krishnakumar in New York and Rod Nickel in Calgary; Editing by Sonya Hepinstall and Arun Koyyur


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