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HEADLINE: Snow storm cost $15 billion so far (1 day ) in the US South
I just finished a article that said the car sales are down, restaurants sales are down, hotels are down, and so forth due to the weather in the south.
In the same article it said the hotels are packed and the restaurants are full, and that the people who need a car will buy one after the storm in two days or so. Body work will peak ... etc ... The only thing for sure is that insurance costs will go up.
The question as always is how do we know what is true and what is a attention getting headline that will not hold up under scrutiny.
So here is the question: Do you feel that you can put your faith in the media and news releases? Are we being manipulated?