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Bob4
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New Jersey
reply to Sc0tt

Re: Using Dry Ice for Cooling backup for refrigerator?

OK, how much more do you want to pay?


mityfowl
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In 1978/9 new years we had one of the worst ice storms you can have.

The point here is that DFW became a model of tree trimming around power lines.

I can't remember how many days people went without power but at least 4.

People get so possessive about their trees but they rarely realize how it affects others, It's a chain.

I honest believe there should be rules about any power lines with trees.

People here complain and whine on TV because their tree(s) were trimmed too much. THESE THINGS GROW BACK

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Bob4
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Re: Using Dry Ice for Cooling backup for refrigerator?

said by mityfowl:

I can't remember how many days people went without power but at least 4.

In 1998, some people in Quebec went without power for 6 WEEKS.


dennismurphy
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said by Bob4:

Urban areas have more customers and fewer trees per street mile. So PSE&G has more money and fewer trees. OK? You got it? Understand? It's not complicated.

Because Mahwah is urban, right? Understand? Not complicated.

If urban areas = more money = more maintenance, explain why jcpl's system in Morristown keeps exploding.

So answer the question: How much more do you want to pay?

what pseg customers pay ... No more than that.

Except the the east coast blackout several years ago (2004??), power here has never been off more than 4 hours.

8 days, October 2011.

Oh, and your beloved PSE&G kept me in the cold for two days with natural gas trouble. It was JCP&L's electric and a couple portable heaters that kept us warm.

Not talking about gas.

Pseg covers much more than Newark, you know.

Bob4
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said by dennismurphy:

So answer the question: How much more do you want to pay?

what pseg customers pay ... No more than that.

Then you'll never get the improvements you want.


Sc0tt
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Stockholm, NJ
reply to Bob4
said by Bob4:

OK, how much more do you want to pay?

what PSE&G customers pay. and i want the same reliability they get.

did i mention to you my MIL pays LESS than i do for her PSE&G?

enough troll bait. IGNORED

Bob4
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said by Sc0tt:

said by Bob4:

OK, how much more do you want to pay?

what PSE&G customers pay. and i want the same reliability they get.

Sorry, you ain't gonna get it for that price.


dennismurphy
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said by Sc0tt:

enough troll bait. IGNORED

+1

Bob4
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Funny how people always want something for free.


dennismurphy
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said by Bob4:

Funny how people always want something for free.

No, I don't want something for free. I want my power company to live up to their obligation in providing reliable power. Just as the other incumbent in NJ does.

I'm done. You can argue the cost chestnut all you want - it doesn't hold water and you know it. I've repeated several times why but each time I show you why you're wrong, you change your argument.

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Bob4
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said by dennismurphy:

I want my power company to live up to their obligation in providing reliable power.

1. That will cost more money.

2. There is no uptime guarantee. (Just like your Internet service.)