Culver City Observer -

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By Neil Rubenstein
Observer Columnist 

Ramblings Around America

 

January 30, 2020



Good news for those men and women who lives in Oklahoma. It is projected over the next 10 years; they will have a shortage of 7,000 skilled workers each year for the next decade according to an Oklahoma Works study.

The Smithsonian reports out of the roughly 1000 malls currently open 9.3 percent of available space sits vacant.

A slaughterhouse in Jaru, Rondonia can kill one cow every eight seconds.

If you are driving in rural America around dawn and between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m., you should be an alert driver. The odds of hitting a deer in California are one in 1125, in Georgia one in 131, i...



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Reader Comments(1)

BBCC writes:

Thank you for writing. As far as Deer go, yes you can be hit by one as I was many years ago, but that was in TN. The gain versus the loss of a city comes in all forms, but THE MOST CRUCIAL one I believe is people. Without PEOPLE a city will be nothing. That's my food for thought. Cheers Mr. Rubenstein.

 
 
 

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