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4 th Generation Texan  
Sutherland Springs  
February 15, 2011 9:02am
 
"new guy", does that mean that your 'operation' was successful? Before you were a 'new guy' were you an 'old gal'?

And, just because you know ONE, read that as 1 (One) guy that had an outage for 4 hours (doubtful) we should spend extra millions for plant operations. For your information I do not know ANYONE that had any power outages. It's wonderful how you glue-sniffing, dope headed, far left wing liberal socialist/communist/marxist always sit on your thumbs and wait for the government employee to show up to take care of your problems. Guess you don't remember the days when almost no one that lived in the country even had electricity. Remember when the TV was just a fad and a new fangled contraption that would never catch on? Remember when computers were gadgets from sci-fi movies? Remember when people walked or rode a horse to go to town? And, now people are crippled and hugely injured when the electricity goes out for just a little while. I believe ERCOT and Texas has done very well for itself in the energy department. I remember last year and the year before when we had multiple days in a row with above 100 degree temperatures and not even one electric outage. I consider that a pretty good bit of service to customers.

Bottom line, a lot of you people screaming your head off about ERCOT are silly, rotten, mollycoddled, spoiled brats....Get off your high horse and find something really serious to complain about....like maybe, the country killing President we now have in office that lakes the necessary 'between the leg gadgets' to cut budgets, lower taxes to get this country back to were it should be in the job department. People like you should be *itch slapped every morning before you have your first cup of coffee with the hope that eventually you'll acquire a few scraps of good common sense. I was trying real hard to work in dumb*ss into my description of you, but failed! Now, have that second cup of coffee, read a serious book, get a life, and search for a wee bit of intelligence before the sun goes down, you dumb*ss...hey, I was able to work dumb*ss into my descriptin of you....Good for me. I'll pat myself on the back now!
     
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