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CrackerJack2 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just for your info.,
the Dominion Election Management System (EMS) Results Tally & Reporting client application (RTR) allows the person running it to EDIT ANY VOTE COUNT in this module (PDF is Colorado version).
So, if the system uploads say 40,000 votes for Hobbs, and 60,000 votes for Lake someone can just simply edit them as say 55,000 votes for Hobbs, and 45,000 for Lake.
It doesn't matter what the number of votes the scanners allegedly count.
Of course there are likely many other ways of cheating with this software.

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CrackerJack2 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeap,
how on God's green Earth are you going to believe anything coming from those Dominion Voting Systems, whose programming for this election is overseen by Hobbs.
Truly clown world,
with Hobbs the Circus Barker.

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CrackerJack2 1 point ago +1 / -0

It doesn't matter because she is extremely biased.
NOTHING she says will EVER have any respect for well over 1/2 of the population.
Hobbs is simply NULL AND VOID.

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CrackerJack2 2 points ago +2 / -0

Elon Musk should give the farmers there free Starlink so they can get better protection via internet cameras, etc.

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CrackerJack2 1 point ago +1 / -0

Engineer.

The vulnerabilities are kind of scary.
Look at what Rilussia did to the Ukraine.
Lights out.
Also, look what the U.S. did to Iraq just before the war.
Lights out.

I'm just saying tht the longer those power lines are, obviously, the more potential interruption can occur, both natural as well as man made.

Whose to say some former Russians, or Ukranians pulling a false flag didn't shot at those transformers or insulators.

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CrackerJack2 1 point ago +1 / -0

DC is not practical because of the copper requirements, which are enormous.

It depends how you build the systems.
Very small quiet natural gas powered plants, located on every block or two, could not only supply electric power effectively, but also potentially provide thermal energy, which would give you a net gain in efficiency over huge distant plants.

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CrackerJack2 3 points ago +3 / -0

Sorry,
but I'm not going to buy a battery powered car that can turn into a BRICK remotely whenever this Billionaire has a bad day. Neither am I going to buy one that is seemingly tracked minute by minute of every day.

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CrackerJack2 1 point ago +1 / -0

D.C. has almost no interference with radio, T.V.,
and other communications. We'd need less power for cell phones, etc. if we only used D C. for power. Plus, there is no skin effect to worry about with D.C.

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CrackerJack2 1 point ago +1 / -0

A lot if not most of Tesla's batteries are from China. Plus, most of the raw materials are from there as well, after all, Communist China cornered the market on those supplies.
That's why the DemocRATs like EVs so much. They want to destroy America.

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CrackerJack2 2 points ago +2 / -0

and all the soft-ass libtards got pushed into God's country

Sounds like a nightmare to me.

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CrackerJack2 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ha ha.
But we can both agree that these monopolies are constantly pushed by control freaks, as then they can rule without question.

"Do what I say, pay your bills that are massively taxed, or you'll freeze to death serf."

"No other options, oh well."

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CrackerJack2 5 points ago +5 / -0

Sorry,
just having a little fun.

Some guys/gals here don't have a clue what you're talking about so they need a lesson or two on how cars/trucks worked for 80+ years prior to the advent of electronic ignition.

Good old fashioned technology is sometimes the best way to go, and keep alive.

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CrackerJack2 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yeah,
but I can take the battery out of my cell phone, but not from the battery powered car and still get to my Trump rally.

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CrackerJack2 7 points ago +7 / -0

Yeah,
let's rely on the communist Chinese to supply us with real heavy battery packs 5,000 miles away, instead of capitalists in Detroit, Tokoyo and others to build vehicles, and use American produced oil.
Sounds like a plan.

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CrackerJack2 4 points ago +4 / -0

I don't understand the points you're making?

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CrackerJack2 6 points ago +6 / -0

Yeap,
they are actively building a prison AROUND us.
Once it's complete they'll turn all the controls on.
We saw only glimpses of this during COVID and the Canadian Trucker's strike.

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CrackerJack2 1 point ago +1 / -0

So if I lend my 2026 car to the governor and someone accidentally leans on the wrong switch he/she will be killed?

Well,
I guess sometimes technology does have positive aspects.

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CrackerJack2 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes,
there are very few real control freaks in the world, but they're all making their way up to the levers of power in the Gov'ts.
God bless President Trump and others for giving us a reprieve for four years, but these control freaks are on the move again.

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CrackerJack2 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yeah,
the Federal and State Gov'ts are putting so many demands on the new car manufacturers they will simply cost too much for most people.
Devilishly simple, yet effective.

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