And that's just the Mid Atlantic States. Throw in Wildfires outwest and the coming flooding of Major Metropolitan areas on the East and West coast and I'm speechless

Way to manage a society you Democratic and Republican dopes.

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anonymous green 2 years 16 weeks ago
#2

Elliot, I edited your joke, now it works like you do:

Knock Knock

WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Knock Knock

WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Knock Knock

WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Knock Knock

WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Knock Knock

WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Knock Knock

WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Knock Knock

WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Knock Knock

WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Knock Knock

WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Knock Knock

WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Knock Knock

WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Knock Knock

WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

anonymous green 2 years 16 weeks ago
#3

WOOOOLLLLFFF!!!!!!!

Hahahahaha! Gotchya that time!

Not even a Knock Knock, my God I'm funny.

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telliottmbamsc 2 years 15 weeks ago
#4

3, possibly 4 people "adapted" to the Heat Wave hitting Southern Wisconsin by dying heat related deaths.

Other reports are of massive fish die offs as ponds and lake temperatures increase beyond that capable of supporting life.

anonymous green 2 years 15 weeks ago
#5

Elliott,

Don't forget that the sky is falling!

You always leave that part out.

Try this. WOLF!!!!!! FALLING FROM THE SKY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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telliottmbamsc 2 years 15 weeks ago
#6

Why is it taking so long to restore electricity to the millions of victims of the storm in the North Eastern United States?

So, when a Utility goes before its respective Utility Commission to set rates the Utility sets out all its costs and the Commission sets the rates accordingly including a profit margin. All is fine, fair and well right? Not exactly. The Utility will invariably include some kind of line item for “Repair”, “Maintenance”, “Storm Damage”, “Emergency”. etc. in their costs probably in the form of “Allowance” or “Reserve”. For instance, “$100 million for “Emergency Power Restoration Equipment and Personnel.” The Commission sees the need for such self insurance to meet the needs of Customers (99%’rs) in the event of a storm and approves it. There you have it. The, say $100 million becomes part of the electric Utility Companies operating costs for purposes of setting rates and the cost is passed on to the Customer (99%’rs).

Now a storm comes along. It wipes out power to 5 million people and what happens? You guessed, in reality the Utility has spent pennies on being prepared for such an event. It is just like Exxon\BP Valdez all over again. They tell the 99%’rs and it is repeated by the Government, “Oh dear, Oh my! Mother Nature why she was so, SO VERY bad! No amount of reserve or allowance could have prepared us to be able to properly restore power to that many People!” And the Utility proceeds with the trucks, crews and resources it did spend some of the $100 million they got customers to pay for to restore power.

Question: Was Mother Nature that so very VERY awful in this instance? Answer: It doesn’t matter - the utility is still only going to use the $1 or $2 million spent of the $100 million they collected to restore power. And if push comes to shove for an election year, well then, they are going to have to borrow ready to use equipment and staff to deal with the problem because they simply aren’t prepared like they promised. That is what we are seeing with Utility workers being brought in from all over the place to help the Eastern States restore power…during a heat wave. It’s still cheaper to be ill-prepared, than spend the full $100 million to be prepared, even if you have to ask for help and get a bill from another industry member (chances are the Government will pay the invoice for you anyway)

anonymous green 2 years 15 weeks ago
#7

Why did it take you your whole life to become so ill-informed about everything?

anonymous green 2 years 15 weeks ago
#9

Why did it take you so long to become so stupid?

A yes or no answer, please.

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