The New York Times is either trying to out-Pravda Pravda or is living in an alternate universe.
Colonial Pipeline, a vital U.S. fuel artery that was shut down by a cyberattack, said it hoped to restore most operations by the end of the week. Since the shutdown, there have been no long lines or major price hikes for gas.— The New York Times (@nytimes) May 11, 2021
Here’s what to know. https://t.co/kX58tBAd78
No long lines? No major price hikes since malware shut down Colonial Pipeline’s operations?
Are you freaking kidding me!
This is what you are more likely to see in North Carolina.
We canceled a trip to see the granddaughters this weekend because we weren’t sure we would be able to get gas to get home. Fortunately, I have 3/4 of a tank and the Complementary Spouse filled up on Saturday when we first heard of the malware attack. I won’t be complaining about having to work from home any time soon.