La Cucaracha by Lalo Alcaraz for September 21, 2022

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    Templo S.U.D.  4 months ago

    the electric bill is coming out of your allowance, jovencito

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    William Bednar Premium Member 4 months ago

    Ay, caramba!

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    e.groves  4 months ago

    Or the future when electric vehicles rule the road.

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    bbenoit  4 months ago

    Is this the new mantra to discredit electric cars and, god forbid, try to keep our livable planet livable? “If we have electric cars they will crash the grid and no one will have any electricity.” Sheeeesh…. Just because it’s different doesn’t make it bad, just progress (oops, another thing to fear /s).

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    Convicted Pedant  4 months ago

    Surely not the famous Benoit of the Benoit seaplane Fame? (first commercial airline service across Tampa Bay)

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    PoodleGroomer  4 months ago

    Charging an electric vehicle is like leaving an electric stove and oven on high all night.

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    mistercatworks  4 months ago

    Kirby close up with poppies behind close croppedmistercatworks less than a minute agoMy neighbors responded to a 5-day “heat crisis” in out coastal town by buying a portable air conditioner. Yes, it got up to 80 horrible degrees here. Now they have to run it when it gets as high as 70 to justify the expense and I have to listen to it running.

    These are young healthy people.

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    Code the Enforcer  4 months ago

    Situation OVERLOAD !!! …

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    gravygraves  4 months ago

    nice weather in Ajijic 65-85

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    vanderweit  4 months ago

    I live in Los Angeles and in the last heat wave the power grid couldn’t keep up. I had a volt meter plugged into one of the sockets and I was watching the voltage drop down from 110 VAC, to 100 VAC, then down to 95 VAC. It was interesting to see which appliances worked at the lower voltages (fans, but they turn slower) , and which ones just pretended to work (AC units, which just turned into fans). Then it suddenly dropped to 33 VAC, and nothing worked! Good times….

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