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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know how big they were, but one of the substations handles 230kV lines.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yep, This also helps shitcan the left's conspiracy theory. There are ways they could have caused a shorter duration outage (it requires a decent aim though), but they shot out the cooling systems on the transformers instead.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 1 point ago +1 / -0

It would only cause a quick blip in the power, a thin wire like carried on a drone would be burned clear. If a breaker were to trip, those breakers automatically reset a couple of times in case of a transient fault (lightning causing a lightning arrester to operate for example).

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 3 points ago +3 / -0

I need this as a sticker on my PepeBook Pro

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 2 points ago +2 / -0

To my knowledge only one of the Jeep comes in any type of electric configuration (Plug in Hybrid) and it doesn't appear that the part of the Jeep with significant damage would be where the batteries would be if that was a hybrid model.

Oh for the record, on the Wrangler (not sure about the Gladiator) you can get the same turbo engine without the electric motor so even if I could identify the engine, I wouldn't be able to tell if it was hybrid or not.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 2 points ago +2 / -0

I doubt it. There are far too many security risks in modern cars. Telematics, microphones, etc. The president (regardless of whom it is) needs to be able to alerted to events going on in the world when they occur and that information may be at least temporarily classified.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 2 points ago +2 / -0

Smart Tesla users have an adapter that allows them to connect to non-Tesla chargers. Even smarter EV owners do most of their charging at home and only use fast chargers during emergencies or road trips. One of the big draws with EVs for me is the fact that your house is effectively the gas station.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 55 points ago +55 / -0

If Apple removes Twitter from the app store Musk needs to disable every Tesla parked at Apple HQ. Same with Google.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 1 point ago +1 / -0

Firstly I am not gay, secondly I have a Subaru Legacy which is met my goals of all wheel drive, good fuel economy, and not break the bank.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 2 points ago +2 / -0

On the market actually. First, you have the Toyota GR86 with is a badge engineered Subaru BRZ. Secondly, you have the Subaru Solterra and Toyota BZ4X which are electric SUVs.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 1 point ago +1 / -0

What about a First generation Subaru made in a Joint Venture with Toyota?

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ford probably doesn't make their injectors, parts like that are usually made by third party suppliers. I wonder who actually made these.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 4 points ago +4 / -0

EV conversions do exist, the shame is, sometimes there are classics that are converted. Classic VW bugs are a common conversion platform for example.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 2 points ago +2 / -0

Some Hondas and even some Subarus are the same. I suspect my Subaru is more American than my Mom's Chrysler or my Dad's RAM.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 41 points ago +45 / -4

How about a Cheech and Chong Record instead, much cheaper to make than a movie.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 2 points ago +2 / -0

Heating the whole house to 64 degrees? Who do you think I am, Elon Musk? Heating oil is $5.17 a gallon from my supplier!

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 1 point ago +1 / -0

Remember, this is a non-refundable credit which means you need to have a tax liability equal or larger to the credit in order to get all the money.

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MEGAWATTMAGASIGN 1 point ago +1 / -0

At 12:43PM Trump Time, I called our heating oil supplier and that's the price ($5.17) they quoted me on the phone.

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