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Sentrius
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Fort Rozz
Member since Jun 2011
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
This is what happens when you let the hippy tree huggers run the show and you get stupid nonsense like this.

If California would better manage their forests, they would save billions of dollars but no, they chose to listen to morons that have no clue as to what they're talking about.


MasonTiger
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Mason, Ohio
Member since Jan 2005
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
A purge maybe?


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KANDUUU
Member since Sep 2019
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
Are these rolling black outs for the whole state?


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mizzoubuckeyeiowa
Member since Nov 2015
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
A stiff breeze makes the power go out in Nor Cal - for days - everything is above ground, it's so archaic...oh we'll just cut corners and rely on the perpetually good weather.

Uh oh, we're getting a little rain, some breeze - power out everywhere.

And it's the fricking trees. Every tree must be saved, every town and city has a preserve. These weak Pines fall over on power lines all the time.

California is a fricking Desert. But they planted billions of Pine trees everywhere...the weakest trees out there.

The original California Missions were built out of Adobe and Reeds because there were no fricking trees.

From the beginning of California's settlement, the issue was water. How to get water to the big new cities, L.A. and S.F.

But the State wanted to go big Ag, cattle and be the world's biggest Produce producer...in a Desert...oh and they wanted to plant lots and lots of trees...to transform the landscape.

California has always been battling these decisions - to transform a place against its will.
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indianswim
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Plano, TX
Member since Jan 2010
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
I had a video conference call with my San Fran coworkers and they said there was a chance they might get disconnected due to the outage. They were super annoyed and slacked me how dumb the whole thing was.

We still have a few smart people surviving over there, but they are almost done with it.


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TenWheelsForJesus
Member since Jan 2018
2219 posts

re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
How can they voluntary cut off power like this? Is it not illegal to intentionally cut off the power to homes with people that use life support equipment like it is in Louisiana?

People shite on Louisiana, deservedly so a lot of the time, but my power has never been out for more than 2 hours.


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trinidadtiger
Member since Jun 2017
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
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More so underbrush. But they won't touch areas because they're muh protected.


Had a pretty bad beetle problem a few years back that left millions of dead trees still standing, waiting on the next spark, but like the underbrush, they are left in their "natural" habitat.

Too bad this does not apply to the humans who insist on building in these vulnerable areas, insist on power, and then whine when emergency services cant get into these box canyons to get their arses out.


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FredBear
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Member since Aug 2017
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
It's more like a case study of the totally idiotic results left wing ideology brings down on a society. All they have to do is keep the ground under the lines clear and this wouldn't be nowhere near as much of a problem but left wingers are too stupid for that. They would rather allow the problem to fester and get worse and blame it on someone else like the immature fools they are.


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