Sudden Insatiable Demand for Gasoline Could Trigger Martial Law in NYC
Over 75% of all filling stations in the city remain inoperable as a new storm system engulfs the region limiting capabilities of the entire supply chain causing chaos at the pumps and elsewhere.
By Shepard Ambellas
November 8, 2012
NEW YORK CITY — I’m sure you have all heard by now that people on Craigslist are selling gas for over $8 a gallon, and are even offering sex or precious metals for it. However, t this is not a joke, nor is it funny as things have turned for the worse.
Now, 10 days after hurricane Sandy struck — residents and officials have become uneasy, as New York City has officially entered a Mad Max-like era that is infringing on martial law.
Hundreds of gas stations citywide remain without fuel as residents mettles are tested in what some would say is the worst fuel and weather crisis in US history.