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Old 10-09-2019, 08:08 PM
Sailormilan2 Sailormilan2 is offline
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Power companies are shutting off power to sections of the State of California. "Sections" seems to be turning into most of the State.
If my area is affected, power will go off around midnight tonight.
Got the generator filled, plus 2x5 gal cans. Plenty of food and water. Since I live about 2 blocks from a "ghetto" a few firearms stashed in handy locations.
Told my daughter that if goes out she can use the spare generator. Youngest son has his own. Oldest son lives with me.
So, I think we're covered.

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Old 10-09-2019, 09:15 PM
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I got a bad feeling about this. I hope I'm wrong, but,... I'm glad I don't live a CA right now. Stay vigilant, and stay safe!!
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Old 10-09-2019, 09:19 PM
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Highway infrastructure improvements abandoned by Gov. Hair Gel and the tax funds subverted.
Rolling power outages, expected to last for days.
Water being withheld from farms
Housing being made unobtainable
Mentally ill street people taking over urban cities.
Narcotics and human trafficking cartels raiding the rural areas
Corporations bailing out of the State daily.
Refineries forced to export fuel production out of the state.
Mandated High School and Elementary curriculum bordering on insanity.
Electoral votes selectively harvested.
CA is looking more and more like the next Venezuela
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Old 10-09-2019, 11:33 PM
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It sounds like the plan is working.

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Highway infrastructure improvements abandoned by Gov. Hair Gel and the tax funds subverted.
Rolling power outages, expected to last for days.
Water being withheld from farms
Housing being made unobtainable
Mentally ill street people taking over urban cities.
Narcotics and human trafficking cartels raiding the rural areas
Corporations bailing out of the State daily.
Refineries forced to export fuel production out of the state.
Mandated High School and Elementary curriculum bordering on insanity.
Electoral votes selectively harvested.
CA is looking more and more like the next Venezuela
Democrats, working to bring a new and improved society to a state in which you reside.
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Old 10-10-2019, 05:10 AM
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Stay safe Sailormilan.

I hope it ends up being a non-event for you and your family.
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Old 10-10-2019, 05:43 PM
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Stay safe brother. Remember, don’t venture out looking to confront a threat that might be down the road, you do your loved ones no good by doing that. If it comes to your door, keep a clear head and do what you might need to do to protect your family and yourself. God Bless.
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Old 10-10-2019, 05:55 PM
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Power companies are shutting off power to sections of the State of California. "Sections" seems to be turning into most of the State.
If my area is affected, power will go off around midnight tonight.
Got the generator filled, plus 2x5 gal cans. Plenty of food and water. Since I live about 2 blocks from a "ghetto" a few firearms stashed in handy locations.
Told my daughter that if goes out she can use the spare generator. Youngest son has his own. Oldest son lives with me.
So, I think we're covered.
Chain your generator to something. After hurricane Charley my neighbor had his stolen from his driveway while it was running.
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Old 10-10-2019, 06:26 PM
Welder Guy Welder Guy is offline
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Highway infrastructure improvements abandoned by Gov. Hair Gel and the tax funds subverted.
Rolling power outages, expected to last for days.
Water being withheld from farms
Housing being made unobtainable
Mentally ill street people taking over urban cities.
Narcotics and human trafficking cartels raiding the rural areas
Corporations bailing out of the State daily.
Refineries forced to export fuel production out of the state.
Mandated High School and Elementary curriculum bordering on insanity.
Electoral votes selectively harvested.
CA is looking more and more like the next Venezuela
Hey, but liberals will continue to brag that CA has the worlds 5th largest economy.
Stay safe Sailormilan2.
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Old 10-10-2019, 07:35 PM
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LA has Robocops. They'll save us
https://metro.co.uk/2019/10/04/polic...rJFcxICPY5eb8c
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Old 10-10-2019, 07:56 PM
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On the upside.

PG&E stock dropped thirty percent today. Maybe they will just decide to get out of the power business altogether in California. Now this would be interesting to see.

You have to wonder what all of the criminals that frequent the statehouse in Sacramento will do then. If electrical service providers decide to pull up stakes and move on. I would expect some bad things to happen.

Venezuela anyone?
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Old 10-11-2019, 09:13 PM
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PG&E stock dropped thirty percent today. Maybe they will just decide to get out of the power business altogether in California. Now this would be interesting to see.

You have to wonder what all of the criminals that frequent the statehouse in Sacramento will do then. If electrical service providers decide to pull up stakes and move on. I would expect some bad things to happen.

Venezuela anyone?
Gov. Newsom will probably sell the "E" part of the utility to the PRC
He's already killed the "G" part, banning natural gas from new construction.
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