The backlog of ships in Oakland has diminished. Actually, it is nonexistent. However, our neighbors to the south are now up to a whopping 48 ships at anchor.

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Seriously? I realize ocean carriers are trying to figure out how to cope with this unprecedented chaos, but does the phrase “for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction” mean anything to anyone?

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