Yesterday I walked into the bathroom in my house and turned on the light. The light bulb blew as I turned it on. Now, we have all had this happen many times before. I did not have any extra of these bulbs in my house. I know this is a different time than it was a month ago. But the question is out there. Am I going to buy new GE lightbulb or sit in the dark? It feels the market is assuming I am going to sit in the dark for the next few years. Rest assured, there is a light at the end of this tunnel, and if the light goes out, it will be replaced, and the businesses producing the light bulbs and the store selling me the light bulb and either the delivery service or the transportation system I use to get the lightbulb will still exist and do just fine. Just a thought.
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