I solved the problem of dealing with utility company shenanigans by going off the grid entirely. With the ACC in the pocket of the utility companies and the constant shifting-sands of fees and regulations on photovoltaic owners, I just didn't want to get caught in that trap. I know that may not be possible for many homeowners to go off-grid due to their home's energy consumption demands, but in general solar is the way to go. The Industrial Age is over; the Information Age has begun.
Look from the White House to the west upon the row after row of white markers across the Potomac in Arlington Cemetery. Freedom is not free. It cannot be bought with silver and gold, nor is it a commodity to be traded. What you say and do matters. Will it honor those who have paid the ultimate price or will it make their sacrifice in vain. The choice is yours, choose wisely.
"Nice to see our daily troll here. What would a day be without 'what's up again'. A man who hates Tucson so much he still lives here, to fulfill his sad compulsive need to complain about his sad unfulfilled life every day."
Only 19 days into 2017 and Kenneth Groves wins the Tucson Weekly comment of the year!
Wrong, Again could combine all the "clever" BS he has ever and will ever post here and it would still take his ignorant ass 1,000,000,000 years to top that one comment you made. Although we all know that comment still will not be as good.
Congratulations! Any other praise which you receive will be well deserved.
I'd love to hear Roy Carter's take on Trump a year from now.
Earth to liberals...temperatures fluctuate. Who told you it would never go up or down? Do you ever wonder how we left the ice age? No it wasn't Trump's fault. Put down the Al Gore kool aid.
Nice to see our daily troll here. What would a day be without 'what's up again'. A man who hates Tucson so much he still lives here, to fulfill his sad compulsive need to complain about his sad unfulfilled life every day.
This should be required reading for all considering a move to Tucson. It would quickly educate them to the ignorance, hatred and intolerance the 'progressives' have for anyone with divergent views. It could be the spark that moves Tucson from the 6th poorest in the country to Number 1.
The letter supporting trump did not surprise me. It's understandable that some people would support what trump campaigned on. He did bring to my attention something that I have heard a lot of lately, usually in much ruder and cruder terms, that the last 8 years have been so horrific. That our president has been such a harm to us. The economy saved from one the worst economic collapses the country has ever faced and with an opposition party trying to sabotage him at every turn. The price of gas far lower than the previous 8 years. Unemployment is up, wages are rising for the first time in decades. Illegal immigration is down and he has deported more than every other president in history combined. Crime is down, the murder of police officers is the lowest in 100 years. The number of people killed here in the USA by terrorists is 1/30th, outside a 1/15th the last Administration. He passed the GOP's own ACA. What's so terrible?
I'm sure the comments will all be calm, well-reasoned and respectful.
Cdub, they ignore laws they don't like. It will always be a bad ending, but they don't get it.
That made sense.
So tell me please, what's wrong with obeying the law?
Oh my goodness, CW 13. You must be one of those Russian hackers that I've heard about. An honest to goodness Marxist that detests baths.
Blessed are those who obey the law, for they shall be welcome with open arms. Amen.
I am proud to live amongst immigrants who rise above racism and hate. I think throughout all this we have come to realize that nasty, sad, and close minded people who have long plauged our nation still linger in the shadows of God's Glory. GLORY that welcomes all, no one is excluded. Well pray for the people who choose to spew hate in these comments. Blessed are the meek for they shall see the Kingdom of God. Amen, Amen
U-HAUL reservations to CA are soaring. They will soon add a surcharge on one way rentals.
Granted some may be repeat dislikers ,but I still ended up with 110 of them. I assume they all read my comments so I guess they do. How can I not be full of myself when all I do week in and week out is demolish liberals like you.
Get over yourself CW 13.
Do you really believe that people come to this site to read your rants?
6 more. The defense rests.
It's been 2 days now since I first made my comment on the subject. To the 21 gutless wonders who hit dislike but made no attempt to say why, I want thank you so very much. You have proved me right and you wrong. Not one of you is willing to argue with what I said. Probably because you can't. Notice not a word from Peabrain. Timmy the cat girl, Vietnam veterinarian ,that clown with the camera that I always destroy or anyone else in my " fan club". I would also like to say thanks in advance to those that haven't hit dislike but will. Too easy, way too easy.
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