lurine at com-pair.net
Sat Dec 5 19:34:43 EST 2009
Our dam and hydro are locally owned. The only thing that will do us in is
if So. Cal figures a way to steal more water.
Now, there may be a war over that! A civil war may come about if the feds
don't stop messing with the water!
--"I'm fascinated by the hard line you're drawing over religion -- It gets
used too much, as an excuse, a fall guy, a weapon, a con. A lot of people,
maybe most, don't mean it except when it suits them." Dallas
----- Original Message -----
From: <Clansgian at wmconnect.com>
> True, but my posit still stands. If we shut down the coal generators,
> hydro would suddenly become so valuable that everyone in the country would
> be bidding against you for it and you'd have to pull the plug anyway.
> We have hydro here too, there is a hydro facility not 16 miles from here
> (TVA South Holston Dam) but in our case (not so much in your case, but
> still a factor) the electricity generated there goes into a pool and is
> by whomever happens to need it and buys it at the time.
> Can't escape the effects of coal, although you might not be a sooty with
> as the rest of us, it's smoke waifs everywhere.
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