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To: ThunderSleeps

You have a valid point. I would imagine every one of those affected with loss of power...will go and buy a generator. And there will be a fire started by one of these. Then the state will come to screw so much with that guy, that everyone sits in fear of their own generator starting a fire.

It will simply speed up the process of people to leave the state.


41 posted on 10/09/2019 7:13:42 PM PDT by pepsionice
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To: pepsionice

Just a guess, but in those areas where the power is off I would bet you can’t even buy a generator.
None of the point of sales stations, or checkouts will be working.

The 2 grocery stores here in our town keep the old cash register machines for our winter time and occasional summer time power outages.

The little town I live near in Trinity county runs off hydro power and the distribution lines run through some pretty deep forest; yes, even we have to do a LOT more tree cutting.
I’m at the end of the line and the TPUD right of way is on about 4 or 5 acres of my land, don’t like power outages and don’t like fire even more.

Have chain saw, will (already have) cut any and all trees that represent a danger.


53 posted on 10/09/2019 8:09:38 PM PDT by 5th MEB (Progressives in the open; --- FIRE FOR EFFECT!!)
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To: pepsionice
...Then the state will come to screw so much with that guy, that everyone sits in fear of their own generator starting a fire...

No, the state will screw with the company that made the generator -- not enough money in an individual.

The ultimate result will be that no one will sell generators in CA any longer.

58 posted on 10/09/2019 10:17:28 PM PDT by CurlyDave
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