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Marshall Ramsey for February 16, 2021

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    Patjade Premium Member about 2 months ago

    Korea used to be notorious about power outages in the spring, when the first monsoon rains shorted out the electrical work done over the winter. We prepared by installing solar panels on the roof with a battery backup and a couple of generators. The solar/battery backup provides about four to five hours of power, and the generators last as long as we have fuel. We could withstand about a week or so, easily.

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    The Love of Money is . . .  about 2 months ago

    Having lived in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area for 45 years we learned long ago to be prepared. We’re been fortunate not to be without power for more than one day. Some people who live out in the ‘stix’ may be without power for a week or more.

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    mr_sherman Premium Member about 2 months ago

    “THEIR”?

    How about “there”.

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    mr_sherman Premium Member about 2 months ago

    Thankfully, we have a wood stove to keep us warm at least.

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    M2MM  about 2 months ago

    Is the spelling error on purpose? {"their"}

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    ideations  about 2 months ago

    T H E R E

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    g.ramig  about 2 months ago

    Oh so witty and shrewd.

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    studiotyler  about 2 months ago

    Live like “their” is no (electricity) tomorrow? Hello, grammar police here- the word to be used in this sentence and usage, sir, is THERE. (Important tip: if we do not correct errors, the world only gets dumber.)

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