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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Dump, Feb 11, 2021.
Still not a drop of fucking water in 2 days now
might be the same in other parts of the state, but at least here in austin a lot of the farmers markets are going today and say they have a lot of excess produce because restaurants werent open most of the week. just a thought if youre wanting to avoid the store
Are we thinking that grocery stores will be stocked by sometime tomorrow?
This will go down as the greatest natural disaster to have hit the state so far when everything is accounted for. But to think it was mostly avoidable would be pretty comical in a book and possibly make for a good movie. But this is real life and only manages to make it more tragic and infuriating.
There is a new farmers market that just opened in east Dallas. They sell stuff on the weekends in Canton. Stopped by last night on the way home from checking out some customers’ situations and their shelves are flush with beautiful produce.
here we see ned's head try to break up the ice in his pool
some higher up at heb was on the news last night said it would take about 2-3 days for most of their locations
Seems like this is exactly the kind of thing a senator can help a governor ask the president to do sooner, instead of fleeing the country.
IS THE DOG OK
Yeah why did that asshole hesitate. Jump in the fucking water and get your dog out
Mine started working today. So far i havnt found any busted lines.
Gallery Furniture in Houston, opened this week to anyone without power to come in and relax.
This is relevant to my interests. What’s it called?
Aldi near me got stocked 2 days ago. I’m going to try to beat the church crowd tomorrow morning at a bigger store.
Yesterday afternoon a tree branch fell on a power line two houses down. PG&E had to turn off power in the local grid so that tree crews could safely remove it. While they had the power off PG&E decided to have the tree crews do some other work that needed to be done to clear branches away from power lines. Power was off for about 6 hours total, no big deal, but all evening I got to listen to my neighbors yelling at the crews out in the street because they couldn't make dinner. Went out later to chat with the PG&E foreman and apologize for the selfish entitlement of my neighbors.
All of this destruction and I'll be damned if it isn't a perfect day outside
We were able to place an imperfect produce order for anyone having trouble finding meat and produce
Went to Sprouts in S Arlington around 10:30 this morning and it was fully stocked
Still no water here in the higher elevations west of Austin. That's the price I pay to literally look down on people.
Got to H-E-B and got the GOAT disaster food - Kraft Mac n Cheese
Congrats on the water guys
Congrats on not having to live like refugees due to government negligence anymore guys
What does y'all's water look like? Like is it like that tweet or does it look p normal?
Mine was mostly brown yesterday. A lot clearer today but we are still in boil water effect until Monday at the earliest.
Still no water, going on 50+ hours now, meanwhile in some parts of Austin, car washes are open and there are lines of people waiting to wash their fucking cars.
This state is run by morons.
Clear but still boiling it. Smells funny to me but it could be me talking myself into it.
Priorities.... Gotta wash that salt/sand off our trucks
Ours was always clear but the city said that testing never showed any contamination, it was just that pressure fell low enough that they were obliged to issue the boil order. Order was lifted at 10am this morning
This is what happens when you become the LIBERAL bastion of the state
More blue state bailouts smh
Having gone through this, I will fight any bastard that says a bad word about Beto
Wow 4 million $ for a photo op. Pathetic!
Got a white trash guy that works as Costco on my Facebook feed that wants to fight, then
Meet me in Temecula Nacogdoches in HELL IN A CELL
saw several people got electric bills in the 10k+ range
i’m sure that’ll hold up in court for those dumbass electric suppliers
Can anyone explain to me why losing your power for a week costs the same amount as a decent used car?
there’s no regulation on the electric companies here
people won’t actually have to pay that but they’ll have to fight like hell until it gets resolved
So they're just passing along the costs of the man hours/resources to get everything back up and running to the consumer?
Just got water back
How’s y’all’s water pressure? Mine is awful.
Its not like a downed power line has ever caused a major fire in California or anything...
That all seems normal, am I missing a joke?