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Paddy O'Furnijur, Fascista Ubriacone
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Paddy O'Furnijur, Fascista Ubriacone
18 days ago

A blessed Sabbath, Gerbil Nation!

I hope you are all doing well!

I see Mac is trying to palm off a pun on this Sunday morning. That’s a tough nut to crack. At least his pun doesn’t come across as dated.

I’m off to church, until I return, I bid you a frond farewell.

Sven-SemiFascist
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Sven-SemiFascist
18 days ago

Puns. And on a Sunday.

Paddy O'Furnijur, Fascista Ubriacone
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Paddy O'Furnijur, Fascista Ubriacone
18 days ago

We had communion this Sunday, so at least someone forgives me.

Sven-SemiFascist
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Sven-SemiFascist
18 days ago

Interesting to see this Raider takedown on Red State of all places, but no argument from me. #2 is especially embarrassing.

https://redstate.com/brutalbrittany/2023/01/08/top-5-embarassing-raiders-moments-that-have-nothing-to-do-with-how-they-played-n685408

Sven-SemiFascist
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Sven-SemiFascist
18 days ago

Looking at a our natural gas bill (SoCal Gas) and it’s 3X what it was last year for the same period. Good thing we are both still working.

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dv8
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dv8
18 days ago

Ours haven’t gone up very much at all, but we did just get a brand spankin’ new commie governor, so who knows what 2023 will bring.

Sven-SemiFascist
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Sven-SemiFascist
18 days ago
Reply to  dv8

SoCal Gas has been saying it’s due to:

  • Widespread, below-normal temperatures on much of the West Coast, including Washington and Oregon;
  • High natural gas demand for heating by customers in areas with below normal temperatures;
  • Reduced natural gas supplies to the West Coast from Canada and the Rocky Mountains;
  • Reduced interstate pipeline capacity to the West Coast because of pipeline maintenance activities in West Texas; and
  • Low natural gas storage levels on the West Coast.

https://newsroom.socalgas.com/stories/a-note-to-our-customers-high-bills-may-come-as-a-shock-in-january-but-we-have-some-tips-and

There’s no easy way to put this: January bills are likely to be shockingly high. An unprecedented cold snap across the nation in part has caused natural gas market prices in the West to more than double between December and January – to the tune of 128% since December.

Customers can expect to see changes in their natural gas bills this winter due to the rise in natural gas prices. If your residential peak winter bill was around $65 last winter, you can expect to see bills closer to $160 this year. Similarly, if it was around $130 last winter, customers can expect to see bills around $315 this year. These increases are primarily due to increases in the price of gas and to a much lesser extent increased transportation rates. Our rates for the transportation of natural gas are set by the California Public Utilities Commission, which reviews those rates yearly.

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Sven-SemiFascist
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Sven-SemiFascist
18 days ago

Couple more days of rain storms beginning tonite. Don’t tell our neighbors, but I just busted up part of the low retaining wall that sperates our property -- Poor drainage on our side and it won’t do any harm to their property.

Paddy O'Furnijur, Fascista Ubriacone
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Paddy O'Furnijur, Fascista Ubriacone
17 days ago

I hope it improves your drainage, Sven.

dv8
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dv8
18 days ago

I used to know a dude who looked almost exactly like today’s thread pic.

That is all.