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Drought/flood relief...22-11-2022 07:55
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Seems like the West Coast is perpetually in drought, or at least water restrictions in anticipation of drought. While not far east, there is usually several places experiencing a surplus of water, if not flooding. We have rail service from coast-to-coast. We have a surplus of shipping containers, which conveniently fit on rail cars. There is mountains of recyclable plastic nobody really wants to use for anything. Why not make storage container liners, or tanks to fit in them, out of the plastic. Fill them with surplus water in flood prone areas, and send them west to the drought prone areas? The liner idea is better, since the containers could also be loaded with snow or ice during the winter. They don't need to be perfectly water-tight, it's free water, no harm if some of it leaks on the trip west. The water doesn't have to be clean and pristine either. Most should be fine for watering the lawn, flushing toilets, showering the homeless. Could also just be dumped in reservoirs, for hydroelectric.

The thing is that surplus rain water is generally channeled out to sea. Takes time, and flooding isn't generally a one storm event. Usually weeks of wet weather. Pretty much assured that there are areas that won't mind having a few hundred thousand gallons of water hauled off. Won't really prevent flooding, or drain off a meaningful amount to quickly drain a flooded area. Over time though, it will reduce some of the impact, as a preventative, and mitigation.

The water hauled isn't going to be pure, clean consumable water, but can be used for a lot of things, and free up some of the good water. It's not going to be horrible water, since it's the same water that runs off into rivers and streams, lakes.

Freight trains will run, whether the are pulling a hundred cars, or a dozen. Really should be hard to work in some sort of deal to haul some water cars when running a little light on commercial freight. People desperate for any water, will likely pick up the full tab for transportation anyway... It's free water. The containers aren't grossly expensive. Extruding recycled plastic isn't expensive, and already available. Many places in flood prone areas, already have portable pumps... Seems like only a modest investment, to move some much needed water.
22-11-2022 13:40
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Seems like the West Coast is perpetually in drought, or at least water restrictions in anticipation of drought. While not far east, there is usually several places experiencing a surplus of water, if not flooding. We have rail service from coast-to-coast. We have a surplus of shipping containers, which conveniently fit on rail cars. There is mountains of recyclable plastic nobody really wants to use for anything. Why not make storage container liners, or tanks to fit in them, out of the plastic. Fill them with surplus water in flood prone areas, and send them west to the drought prone areas? The liner idea is better, since the containers could also be loaded with snow or ice during the winter. They don't need to be perfectly water-tight, it's free water, no harm if some of it leaks on the trip west. The water doesn't have to be clean and pristine either. Most should be fine for watering the lawn, flushing toilets, showering the homeless. Could also just be dumped in reservoirs, for hydroelectric.

The thing is that surplus rain water is generally channeled out to sea. Takes time, and flooding isn't generally a one storm event. Usually weeks of wet weather. Pretty much assured that there are areas that won't mind having a few hundred thousand gallons of water hauled off. Won't really prevent flooding, or drain off a meaningful amount to quickly drain a flooded area. Over time though, it will reduce some of the impact, as a preventative, and mitigation.

The water hauled isn't going to be pure, clean consumable water, but can be used for a lot of things, and free up some of the good water. It's not going to be horrible water, since it's the same water that runs off into rivers and streams, lakes.

Freight trains will run, whether the are pulling a hundred cars, or a dozen. Really should be hard to work in some sort of deal to haul some water cars when running a little light on commercial freight. People desperate for any water, will likely pick up the full tab for transportation anyway... It's free water. The containers aren't grossly expensive. Extruding recycled plastic isn't expensive, and already available. Many places in flood prone areas, already have portable pumps... Seems like only a modest investment, to move some much needed water.


LA uses 534 million gallons of water every day. This equates to 17,466 rail cars of water per day at 30,000 gallons per car. That said a full freight train of water would supply LA's water for about .1 seconds. Furthermore, there are no extra tanker cars certified for hauling drinking water, not one. You may now resume masterbating


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23-11-2022 02:31
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Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Seems like the West Coast is perpetually in drought, or at least water restrictions in anticipation of drought. While not far east, there is usually several places experiencing a surplus of water, if not flooding. We have rail service from coast-to-coast. We have a surplus of shipping containers, which conveniently fit on rail cars. There is mountains of recyclable plastic nobody really wants to use for anything. Why not make storage container liners, or tanks to fit in them, out of the plastic. Fill them with surplus water in flood prone areas, and send them west to the drought prone areas? The liner idea is better, since the containers could also be loaded with snow or ice during the winter. They don't need to be perfectly water-tight, it's free water, no harm if some of it leaks on the trip west. The water doesn't have to be clean and pristine either. Most should be fine for watering the lawn, flushing toilets, showering the homeless. Could also just be dumped in reservoirs, for hydroelectric.

The thing is that surplus rain water is generally channeled out to sea. Takes time, and flooding isn't generally a one storm event. Usually weeks of wet weather. Pretty much assured that there are areas that won't mind having a few hundred thousand gallons of water hauled off. Won't really prevent flooding, or drain off a meaningful amount to quickly drain a flooded area. Over time though, it will reduce some of the impact, as a preventative, and mitigation.

The water hauled isn't going to be pure, clean consumable water, but can be used for a lot of things, and free up some of the good water. It's not going to be horrible water, since it's the same water that runs off into rivers and streams, lakes.

Freight trains will run, whether the are pulling a hundred cars, or a dozen. Really should be hard to work in some sort of deal to haul some water cars when running a little light on commercial freight. People desperate for any water, will likely pick up the full tab for transportation anyway... It's free water. The containers aren't grossly expensive. Extruding recycled plastic isn't expensive, and already available. Many places in flood prone areas, already have portable pumps... Seems like only a modest investment, to move some much needed water.


LA uses 534 million gallons of water every day. This equates to 17,466 rail cars of water per day at 30,000 gallons per car. That said a full freight train of water would supply LA's water for about .1 seconds. Furthermore, there are no extra tanker cars certified for hauling drinking water, not one. You may now resume masterbating


Never claimed it would be a replacement, or drinking water. Could be treated though. There are a lot of uses for water, besides drinking. The transported water is supplemental. For some, it might mean the can water their tomato plants a little more often, without getting fined for breaking drought restrictions. Don't really give a crap for California. Lot of places west, that need water too, before getting to California. California's problem is mis-management...

All I know is there are a lot of potential customers out west, for a surplus that exists in the east. The water is free for the taking.
23-11-2022 04:57
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Swan wrote:
Furthermore, there are no extra tanker cars certified for hauling drinking water, not one. I will now continue masterbating

Your reading comprehension continues to suffer.

@Harvey,
You said it yourself, California's problem is mismanagement and they know it. They want the drought so they have something/anything to point to for the "devestation that is climate change".


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23-11-2022 07:06
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Seems like the West Coast is perpetually in drought, or at least water restrictions in anticipation of drought. While not far east, there is usually several places experiencing a surplus of water, if not flooding. We have rail service from coast-to-coast. We have a surplus of shipping containers, which conveniently fit on rail cars. There is mountains of recyclable plastic nobody really wants to use for anything. Why not make storage container liners, or tanks to fit in them, out of the plastic. Fill them with surplus water in flood prone areas, and send them west to the drought prone areas? The liner idea is better, since the containers could also be loaded with snow or ice during the winter. They don't need to be perfectly water-tight, it's free water, no harm if some of it leaks on the trip west. The water doesn't have to be clean and pristine either. Most should be fine for watering the lawn, flushing toilets, showering the homeless. Could also just be dumped in reservoirs, for hydroelectric.

The thing is that surplus rain water is generally channeled out to sea. Takes time, and flooding isn't generally a one storm event. Usually weeks of wet weather. Pretty much assured that there are areas that won't mind having a few hundred thousand gallons of water hauled off. Won't really prevent flooding, or drain off a meaningful amount to quickly drain a flooded area. Over time though, it will reduce some of the impact, as a preventative, and mitigation.

The water hauled isn't going to be pure, clean consumable water, but can be used for a lot of things, and free up some of the good water. It's not going to be horrible water, since it's the same water that runs off into rivers and streams, lakes.

Freight trains will run, whether the are pulling a hundred cars, or a dozen. Really should be hard to work in some sort of deal to haul some water cars when running a little light on commercial freight. People desperate for any water, will likely pick up the full tab for transportation anyway... It's free water. The containers aren't grossly expensive. Extruding recycled plastic isn't expensive, and already available. Many places in flood prone areas, already have portable pumps... Seems like only a modest investment, to move some much needed water.


LA uses 534 million gallons of water every day. This equates to 17,466 rail cars of water per day at 30,000 gallons per car. That said a full freight train of water would supply LA's water for about .1 seconds. Furthermore, there are no extra tanker cars certified for hauling drinking water, not one. You may now resume masterbating


Never claimed it would be a replacement, or drinking water. Could be treated though. There are a lot of uses for water, besides drinking. The transported water is supplemental. For some, it might mean the can water their tomato plants a little more often, without getting fined for breaking drought restrictions. Don't really give a crap for California. Lot of places west, that need water too, before getting to California. California's problem is mis-management...

All I know is there are a lot of potential customers out west, for a surplus that exists in the east. The water is free for the taking.


Dude even if every railcar and track moved water to California it would still not equal 1 percent of the daily use. PS, wouldn't a pipeline make more sense? Sure it would but the pipe would need to be 100 feet around to make a dent.

You may resume choking the chicken now


According to CDC/Government info, people who were vaccinated are now DYING at a higher rate than non-vaccinated people, which exposes the covid vaccines as the poison that they are

This place is quieter than the FBI commenting on the chink bank account information on Hunter Xiden's laptop

I LOVE TRUMP BECAUSE HE PISSES OFF ALL THE PEOPLE THAT I CAN'T STAND.

ULTRA MAGA

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23-11-2022 07:57
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Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Seems like the West Coast is perpetually in drought, or at least water restrictions in anticipation of drought. While not far east, there is usually several places experiencing a surplus of water, if not flooding. We have rail service from coast-to-coast. We have a surplus of shipping containers, which conveniently fit on rail cars. There is mountains of recyclable plastic nobody really wants to use for anything. Why not make storage container liners, or tanks to fit in them, out of the plastic. Fill them with surplus water in flood prone areas, and send them west to the drought prone areas? The liner idea is better, since the containers could also be loaded with snow or ice during the winter. They don't need to be perfectly water-tight, it's free water, no harm if some of it leaks on the trip west. The water doesn't have to be clean and pristine either. Most should be fine for watering the lawn, flushing toilets, showering the homeless. Could also just be dumped in reservoirs, for hydroelectric.

The thing is that surplus rain water is generally channeled out to sea. Takes time, and flooding isn't generally a one storm event. Usually weeks of wet weather. Pretty much assured that there are areas that won't mind having a few hundred thousand gallons of water hauled off. Won't really prevent flooding, or drain off a meaningful amount to quickly drain a flooded area. Over time though, it will reduce some of the impact, as a preventative, and mitigation.

The water hauled isn't going to be pure, clean consumable water, but can be used for a lot of things, and free up some of the good water. It's not going to be horrible water, since it's the same water that runs off into rivers and streams, lakes.

Freight trains will run, whether the are pulling a hundred cars, or a dozen. Really should be hard to work in some sort of deal to haul some water cars when running a little light on commercial freight. People desperate for any water, will likely pick up the full tab for transportation anyway... It's free water. The containers aren't grossly expensive. Extruding recycled plastic isn't expensive, and already available. Many places in flood prone areas, already have portable pumps... Seems like only a modest investment, to move some much needed water.


LA uses 534 million gallons of water every day. This equates to 17,466 rail cars of water per day at 30,000 gallons per car. That said a full freight train of water would supply LA's water for about .1 seconds. Furthermore, there are no extra tanker cars certified for hauling drinking water, not one. You may now resume masterbating


Never claimed it would be a replacement, or drinking water. Could be treated though. There are a lot of uses for water, besides drinking. The transported water is supplemental. For some, it might mean the can water their tomato plants a little more often, without getting fined for breaking drought restrictions. Don't really give a crap for California. Lot of places west, that need water too, before getting to California. California's problem is mis-management...

All I know is there are a lot of potential customers out west, for a surplus that exists in the east. The water is free for the taking.


Dude even if every railcar and track moved water to California it would still not equal 1 percent of the daily use. PS, wouldn't a pipeline make more sense? Sure it would but the pipe would need to be 100 feet around to make a dent.

You may resume choking the chicken now


Obviously, thinking isn't one of your talents... It doesn't matter what your home town's daily water use, it's restricted. You get caught watering your tomatoes on the wrong day, you sell some of your Apple stock to pay the fine. Birds crap all over your car, you get to drive around in a crappy car, until car wash day. There will be a point, where hydroelectric dams can't produce, when the water is need for everything more important than electricity. You can't use daily, what you just don't have. Drought means they don't have enough water to meet all of their needs. Which is why they restrict use. Any water brought in, is better than continuing to use up what little they have left.

Of course, the liberal left only thinks that if they can't just write a check, and the entire problem is 'fixed', it's not worth considering. This isn't a quick fix, it's just some relief. They'll still need to manage their water resources, and pray for more rain. I never expect to fulfill all of anyone's daily wants and needs. You have a few shares of Apple stock, so you believe you are better off, than people who own none. A little bit of extra water, is better than not enough. Expecting daily deliveries of the same volume normally used in the day, is ignorant, at best. Trains run 24/7 and can deliver some water daily. It might rain a little, briefly, once or twice a month. It'll add up over time.
23-11-2022 10:08
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Seems like the West Coast is perpetually in drought, or at least water restrictions in anticipation of drought. While not far east, there is usually several places experiencing a surplus of water, if not flooding. We have rail service from coast-to-coast. We have a surplus of shipping containers, which conveniently fit on rail cars. There is mountains of recyclable plastic nobody really wants to use for anything. Why not make storage container liners, or tanks to fit in them, out of the plastic. Fill them with surplus water in flood prone areas, and send them west to the drought prone areas? The liner idea is better, since the containers could also be loaded with snow or ice during the winter. They don't need to be perfectly water-tight, it's free water, no harm if some of it leaks on the trip west. The water doesn't have to be clean and pristine either. Most should be fine for watering the lawn, flushing toilets, showering the homeless. Could also just be dumped in reservoirs, for hydroelectric.

The thing is that surplus rain water is generally channeled out to sea. Takes time, and flooding isn't generally a one storm event. Usually weeks of wet weather. Pretty much assured that there are areas that won't mind having a few hundred thousand gallons of water hauled off. Won't really prevent flooding, or drain off a meaningful amount to quickly drain a flooded area. Over time though, it will reduce some of the impact, as a preventative, and mitigation.

The water hauled isn't going to be pure, clean consumable water, but can be used for a lot of things, and free up some of the good water. It's not going to be horrible water, since it's the same water that runs off into rivers and streams, lakes.

Freight trains will run, whether the are pulling a hundred cars, or a dozen. Really should be hard to work in some sort of deal to haul some water cars when running a little light on commercial freight. People desperate for any water, will likely pick up the full tab for transportation anyway... It's free water. The containers aren't grossly expensive. Extruding recycled plastic isn't expensive, and already available. Many places in flood prone areas, already have portable pumps... Seems like only a modest investment, to move some much needed water.


LA uses 534 million gallons of water every day. This equates to 17,466 rail cars of water per day at 30,000 gallons per car. That said a full freight train of water would supply LA's water for about .1 seconds. Furthermore, there are no extra tanker cars certified for hauling drinking water, not one. You may now resume masterbating


Never claimed it would be a replacement, or drinking water. Could be treated though. There are a lot of uses for water, besides drinking. The transported water is supplemental. For some, it might mean the can water their tomato plants a little more often, without getting fined for breaking drought restrictions. Don't really give a crap for California. Lot of places west, that need water too, before getting to California. California's problem is mis-management...

All I know is there are a lot of potential customers out west, for a surplus that exists in the east. The water is free for the taking.

They have water.


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23-11-2022 10:10
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Seems like the West Coast is perpetually in drought, or at least water restrictions in anticipation of drought. While not far east, there is usually several places experiencing a surplus of water, if not flooding. We have rail service from coast-to-coast. We have a surplus of shipping containers, which conveniently fit on rail cars. There is mountains of recyclable plastic nobody really wants to use for anything. Why not make storage container liners, or tanks to fit in them, out of the plastic. Fill them with surplus water in flood prone areas, and send them west to the drought prone areas? The liner idea is better, since the containers could also be loaded with snow or ice during the winter. They don't need to be perfectly water-tight, it's free water, no harm if some of it leaks on the trip west. The water doesn't have to be clean and pristine either. Most should be fine for watering the lawn, flushing toilets, showering the homeless. Could also just be dumped in reservoirs, for hydroelectric.

The thing is that surplus rain water is generally channeled out to sea. Takes time, and flooding isn't generally a one storm event. Usually weeks of wet weather. Pretty much assured that there are areas that won't mind having a few hundred thousand gallons of water hauled off. Won't really prevent flooding, or drain off a meaningful amount to quickly drain a flooded area. Over time though, it will reduce some of the impact, as a preventative, and mitigation.

The water hauled isn't going to be pure, clean consumable water, but can be used for a lot of things, and free up some of the good water. It's not going to be horrible water, since it's the same water that runs off into rivers and streams, lakes.

Freight trains will run, whether the are pulling a hundred cars, or a dozen. Really should be hard to work in some sort of deal to haul some water cars when running a little light on commercial freight. People desperate for any water, will likely pick up the full tab for transportation anyway... It's free water. The containers aren't grossly expensive. Extruding recycled plastic isn't expensive, and already available. Many places in flood prone areas, already have portable pumps... Seems like only a modest investment, to move some much needed water.


LA uses 534 million gallons of water every day. This equates to 17,466 rail cars of water per day at 30,000 gallons per car. That said a full freight train of water would supply LA's water for about .1 seconds. Furthermore, there are no extra tanker cars certified for hauling drinking water, not one. You may now resume masterbating


Never claimed it would be a replacement, or drinking water. Could be treated though. There are a lot of uses for water, besides drinking. The transported water is supplemental. For some, it might mean the can water their tomato plants a little more often, without getting fined for breaking drought restrictions. Don't really give a crap for California. Lot of places west, that need water too, before getting to California. California's problem is mis-management...

All I know is there are a lot of potential customers out west, for a surplus that exists in the east. The water is free for the taking.


Dude even if every railcar and track moved water to California it would still not equal 1 percent of the daily use. PS, wouldn't a pipeline make more sense? Sure it would but the pipe would need to be 100 feet around to make a dent.

You may resume choking the chicken now


Obviously, thinking isn't one of your talents... It doesn't matter what your home town's daily water use, it's restricted. You get caught watering your tomatoes on the wrong day, you sell some of your Apple stock to pay the fine. Birds crap all over your car, you get to drive around in a crappy car, until car wash day. There will be a point, where hydroelectric dams can't produce, when the water is need for everything more important than electricity. You can't use daily, what you just don't have. Drought means they don't have enough water to meet all of their needs. Which is why they restrict use. Any water brought in, is better than continuing to use up what little they have left.

Of course, the liberal left only thinks that if they can't just write a check, and the entire problem is 'fixed', it's not worth considering. This isn't a quick fix, it's just some relief. They'll still need to manage their water resources, and pray for more rain. I never expect to fulfill all of anyone's daily wants and needs. You have a few shares of Apple stock, so you believe you are better off, than people who own none. A little bit of extra water, is better than not enough. Expecting daily deliveries of the same volume normally used in the day, is ignorant, at best. Trains run 24/7 and can deliver some water daily. It might rain a little, briefly, once or twice a month. It'll add up over time.

The SODC has water. They just don't collect it.


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23-11-2022 13:35
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Seems like the West Coast is perpetually in drought, or at least water restrictions in anticipation of drought. While not far east, there is usually several places experiencing a surplus of water, if not flooding. We have rail service from coast-to-coast. We have a surplus of shipping containers, which conveniently fit on rail cars. There is mountains of recyclable plastic nobody really wants to use for anything. Why not make storage container liners, or tanks to fit in them, out of the plastic. Fill them with surplus water in flood prone areas, and send them west to the drought prone areas? The liner idea is better, since the containers could also be loaded with snow or ice during the winter. They don't need to be perfectly water-tight, it's free water, no harm if some of it leaks on the trip west. The water doesn't have to be clean and pristine either. Most should be fine for watering the lawn, flushing toilets, showering the homeless. Could also just be dumped in reservoirs, for hydroelectric.

The thing is that surplus rain water is generally channeled out to sea. Takes time, and flooding isn't generally a one storm event. Usually weeks of wet weather. Pretty much assured that there are areas that won't mind having a few hundred thousand gallons of water hauled off. Won't really prevent flooding, or drain off a meaningful amount to quickly drain a flooded area. Over time though, it will reduce some of the impact, as a preventative, and mitigation.

The water hauled isn't going to be pure, clean consumable water, but can be used for a lot of things, and free up some of the good water. It's not going to be horrible water, since it's the same water that runs off into rivers and streams, lakes.

Freight trains will run, whether the are pulling a hundred cars, or a dozen. Really should be hard to work in some sort of deal to haul some water cars when running a little light on commercial freight. People desperate for any water, will likely pick up the full tab for transportation anyway... It's free water. The containers aren't grossly expensive. Extruding recycled plastic isn't expensive, and already available. Many places in flood prone areas, already have portable pumps... Seems like only a modest investment, to move some much needed water.


LA uses 534 million gallons of water every day. This equates to 17,466 rail cars of water per day at 30,000 gallons per car. That said a full freight train of water would supply LA's water for about .1 seconds. Furthermore, there are no extra tanker cars certified for hauling drinking water, not one. You may now resume masterbating


Never claimed it would be a replacement, or drinking water. Could be treated though. There are a lot of uses for water, besides drinking. The transported water is supplemental. For some, it might mean the can water their tomato plants a little more often, without getting fined for breaking drought restrictions. Don't really give a crap for California. Lot of places west, that need water too, before getting to California. California's problem is mis-management...

All I know is there are a lot of potential customers out west, for a surplus that exists in the east. The water is free for the taking.


Dude even if every railcar and track moved water to California it would still not equal 1 percent of the daily use. PS, wouldn't a pipeline make more sense? Sure it would but the pipe would need to be 100 feet around to make a dent.

You may resume choking the chicken now


Obviously, thinking isn't one of your talents... It doesn't matter what your home town's daily water use, it's restricted. You get caught watering your tomatoes on the wrong day, you sell some of your Apple stock to pay the fine. Birds crap all over your car, you get to drive around in a crappy car, until car wash day. There will be a point, where hydroelectric dams can't produce, when the water is need for everything more important than electricity. You can't use daily, what you just don't have. Drought means they don't have enough water to meet all of their needs. Which is why they restrict use. Any water brought in, is better than continuing to use up what little they have left.

Of course, the liberal left only thinks that if they can't just write a check, and the entire problem is 'fixed', it's not worth considering. This isn't a quick fix, it's just some relief. They'll still need to manage their water resources, and pray for more rain. I never expect to fulfill all of anyone's daily wants and needs. You have a few shares of Apple stock, so you believe you are better off, than people who own none. A little bit of extra water, is better than not enough. Expecting daily deliveries of the same volume normally used in the day, is ignorant, at best. Trains run 24/7 and can deliver some water daily. It might rain a little, briefly, once or twice a month. It'll add up over time.


You are a moron, now tell us more about how filling old plastic bottles with water will solve California's water problem?

LOL do you have downs syndrome?


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23-11-2022 18:09
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Swan wrote:You are a moron, now tell us more about how filling old plastic bottles with water will solve California's water problem?

You are a genius. You know that a jug of water won't do anything for a man who is thirsty. You are one of the few who are willing to recognize that a dry lawn won't benefit from being watered ... it won't even help.

Where are all the wise people like you when the world needs one?
23-11-2022 18:42
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IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:You are a moron, now tell us more about how filling old plastic bottles with water will solve California's water problem?

You are a genius. You know that a jug of water won't do anything for a man who is thirsty. You are one of the few who are willing to recognize that a dry lawn won't benefit from being watered ... it won't even help.

Where are all the wise people like you when the world needs one?


OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around. Let us know when you solve the problem. Remember that LA needs over 500 million gallons a day, so start shipping

Schizzo ass-wipe alert


According to CDC/Government info, people who were vaccinated are now DYING at a higher rate than non-vaccinated people, which exposes the covid vaccines as the poison that they are

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I LOVE TRUMP BECAUSE HE PISSES OFF ALL THE PEOPLE THAT I CAN'T STAND.

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Edited on 23-11-2022 18:52
23-11-2022 18:54
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Swan wrote:OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around.

Remember, I'm not a genius like you are. It would never occur to me to ship bottles of water as a means to turn a drought around.

I would probably just recommend that water be collected right there in the state as opposed to not collecting it. Also, I would prevent the mismanagement of the already abundant water resources. But this is only because I'm not as smart as you.
23-11-2022 19:02
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
(2785)
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around.

Remember, I'm not a genius like you are. It would never occur to me to ship bottles of water as a means to turn a drought around.

I would probably just recommend that water be collected right there in the state as opposed to not collecting it. Also, I would prevent the mismanagement of the already abundant water resources. But this is only because I'm not as smart as you.


LOL I being brilliant would recommend that the ass-holes in California stop crying and start building desalination plants like Saudi Arabia has. Your IQ does not however allow for rational thought of any kind.

So how much do they pay you to humiliate yourself here?


According to CDC/Government info, people who were vaccinated are now DYING at a higher rate than non-vaccinated people, which exposes the covid vaccines as the poison that they are

This place is quieter than the FBI commenting on the chink bank account information on Hunter Xiden's laptop

I LOVE TRUMP BECAUSE HE PISSES OFF ALL THE PEOPLE THAT I CAN'T STAND.

ULTRA MAGA

Now be honest, was I correct or was I correct? LOL
23-11-2022 20:18
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
(19854)
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:You are a moron, now tell us more about how filling old plastic bottles with water will solve California's water problem?

You are a genius. You know that a jug of water won't do anything for a man who is thirsty. You are one of the few who are willing to recognize that a dry lawn won't benefit from being watered ... it won't even help.

Where are all the wise people like you when the world needs one?


OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around. Let us know when you solve the problem. Remember that LA needs over 500 million gallons a day, so start shipping

Schizzo ass-wipe alert


...and L.A. doesn't have it, because the SODC doesn't collect enough water and indeed has dismantled water collection systems.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
23-11-2022 20:19
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
(19854)
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around.

Remember, I'm not a genius like you are. It would never occur to me to ship bottles of water as a means to turn a drought around.

I would probably just recommend that water be collected right there in the state as opposed to not collecting it. Also, I would prevent the mismanagement of the already abundant water resources. But this is only because I'm not as smart as you.


LOL I being brilliant would recommend that the ass-holes in California stop crying and start building desalination plants like Saudi Arabia has. Your IQ does not however allow for rational thought of any kind.

So how much do they pay you to humiliate yourself here?

They already have sufficient desalination available.

It's called 'rain' and 'snow'. They just don't collect it.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
Edited on 23-11-2022 20:20
23-11-2022 22:15
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
(2785)
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around.

Remember, I'm not a genius like you are. It would never occur to me to ship bottles of water as a means to turn a drought around.

I would probably just recommend that water be collected right there in the state as opposed to not collecting it. Also, I would prevent the mismanagement of the already abundant water resources. But this is only because I'm not as smart as you.


LOL I being brilliant would recommend that the ass-holes in California stop crying and start building desalination plants like Saudi Arabia has. Your IQ does not however allow for rational thought of any kind.

So how much do they pay you to humiliate yourself here?

They already have sufficient desalination available.

It's called 'rain' and 'snow'. They just don't collect it.


No matter Harvey is going to fill up his empty Coke bottles and send them to California which will fix everything. So how about you, do they pay you enough to be the fool?

LOL


According to CDC/Government info, people who were vaccinated are now DYING at a higher rate than non-vaccinated people, which exposes the covid vaccines as the poison that they are

This place is quieter than the FBI commenting on the chink bank account information on Hunter Xiden's laptop

I LOVE TRUMP BECAUSE HE PISSES OFF ALL THE PEOPLE THAT I CAN'T STAND.

ULTRA MAGA

Now be honest, was I correct or was I correct? LOL
23-11-2022 22:38
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
(4463)
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Seems like the West Coast is perpetually in drought, or at least water restrictions in anticipation of drought. While not far east, there is usually several places experiencing a surplus of water, if not flooding. We have rail service from coast-to-coast. We have a surplus of shipping containers, which conveniently fit on rail cars. There is mountains of recyclable plastic nobody really wants to use for anything. Why not make storage container liners, or tanks to fit in them, out of the plastic. Fill them with surplus water in flood prone areas, and send them west to the drought prone areas? The liner idea is better, since the containers could also be loaded with snow or ice during the winter. They don't need to be perfectly water-tight, it's free water, no harm if some of it leaks on the trip west. The water doesn't have to be clean and pristine either. Most should be fine for watering the lawn, flushing toilets, showering the homeless. Could also just be dumped in reservoirs, for hydroelectric.

The thing is that surplus rain water is generally channeled out to sea. Takes time, and flooding isn't generally a one storm event. Usually weeks of wet weather. Pretty much assured that there are areas that won't mind having a few hundred thousand gallons of water hauled off. Won't really prevent flooding, or drain off a meaningful amount to quickly drain a flooded area. Over time though, it will reduce some of the impact, as a preventative, and mitigation.

The water hauled isn't going to be pure, clean consumable water, but can be used for a lot of things, and free up some of the good water. It's not going to be horrible water, since it's the same water that runs off into rivers and streams, lakes.

Freight trains will run, whether the are pulling a hundred cars, or a dozen. Really should be hard to work in some sort of deal to haul some water cars when running a little light on commercial freight. People desperate for any water, will likely pick up the full tab for transportation anyway... It's free water. The containers aren't grossly expensive. Extruding recycled plastic isn't expensive, and already available. Many places in flood prone areas, already have portable pumps... Seems like only a modest investment, to move some much needed water.


LA uses 534 million gallons of water every day. This equates to 17,466 rail cars of water per day at 30,000 gallons per car. That said a full freight train of water would supply LA's water for about .1 seconds. Furthermore, there are no extra tanker cars certified for hauling drinking water, not one. You may now resume masterbating


Never claimed it would be a replacement, or drinking water. Could be treated though. There are a lot of uses for water, besides drinking. The transported water is supplemental. For some, it might mean the can water their tomato plants a little more often, without getting fined for breaking drought restrictions. Don't really give a crap for California. Lot of places west, that need water too, before getting to California. California's problem is mis-management...

All I know is there are a lot of potential customers out west, for a surplus that exists in the east. The water is free for the taking.


Dude even if every railcar and track moved water to California it would still not equal 1 percent of the daily use. PS, wouldn't a pipeline make more sense? Sure it would but the pipe would need to be 100 feet around to make a dent.

You may resume choking the chicken now


Obviously, thinking isn't one of your talents... It doesn't matter what your home town's daily water use, it's restricted. You get caught watering your tomatoes on the wrong day, you sell some of your Apple stock to pay the fine. Birds crap all over your car, you get to drive around in a crappy car, until car wash day. There will be a point, where hydroelectric dams can't produce, when the water is need for everything more important than electricity. You can't use daily, what you just don't have. Drought means they don't have enough water to meet all of their needs. Which is why they restrict use. Any water brought in, is better than continuing to use up what little they have left.

Of course, the liberal left only thinks that if they can't just write a check, and the entire problem is 'fixed', it's not worth considering. This isn't a quick fix, it's just some relief. They'll still need to manage their water resources, and pray for more rain. I never expect to fulfill all of anyone's daily wants and needs. You have a few shares of Apple stock, so you believe you are better off, than people who own none. A little bit of extra water, is better than not enough. Expecting daily deliveries of the same volume normally used in the day, is ignorant, at best. Trains run 24/7 and can deliver some water daily. It might rain a little, briefly, once or twice a month. It'll add up over time.


You are a moron, now tell us more about how filling old plastic bottles with water will solve California's water problem?

LOL do you have downs syndrome?


You are the only moron talking solution. It's intended to give a little mitigation/relief.
23-11-2022 22:58
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
(4463)
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around.

Remember, I'm not a genius like you are. It would never occur to me to ship bottles of water as a means to turn a drought around.

I would probably just recommend that water be collected right there in the state as opposed to not collecting it. Also, I would prevent the mismanagement of the already abundant water resources. But this is only because I'm not as smart as you.


LOL I being brilliant would recommend that the ass-holes in California stop crying and start building desalination plants like Saudi Arabia has. Your IQ does not however allow for rational thought of any kind.

So how much do they pay you to humiliate yourself here?

They already have sufficient desalination available.

It's called 'rain' and 'snow'. They just don't collect it.


No matter Harvey is going to fill up his empty Coke bottles and send them to California which will fix everything. So how about you, do they pay you enough to be the fool?

LOL


Back, during my mis-guided youth... Tomato plants were a euphemism for the marijuana plants some people had growing in their backyards. The hippy parents didn't think we knew the difference. Mostly, we didn't really care, but knew not to say anything. Your reading comprehension/retention issues tends to support you smoke your 'tomatoes'. You seem to think owning Apple stock is a big deal. Yet, there are a lot of people who own Apple. Do they pay out generous dividends every year, or is the value only when you sell shares? I own a few stocks, some have little, to none profit distributions. Some pay out more. Your family and friends seem easily impressed. Doesn't seem to work as well here.
24-11-2022 00:22
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
(19854)
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around.

Remember, I'm not a genius like you are. It would never occur to me to ship bottles of water as a means to turn a drought around.

I would probably just recommend that water be collected right there in the state as opposed to not collecting it. Also, I would prevent the mismanagement of the already abundant water resources. But this is only because I'm not as smart as you.


LOL I being brilliant would recommend that the ass-holes in California stop crying and start building desalination plants like Saudi Arabia has. Your IQ does not however allow for rational thought of any kind.

So how much do they pay you to humiliate yourself here?

They already have sufficient desalination available.

It's called 'rain' and 'snow'. They just don't collect it.


No matter Harvey is going to fill up his empty Coke bottles and send them to California which will fix everything. So how about you, do they pay you enough to be the fool?

LOL

Won't work. The SODC is outlawing trucks and trains, remember?


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
24-11-2022 00:24
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
(2785)
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Seems like the West Coast is perpetually in drought, or at least water restrictions in anticipation of drought. While not far east, there is usually several places experiencing a surplus of water, if not flooding. We have rail service from coast-to-coast. We have a surplus of shipping containers, which conveniently fit on rail cars. There is mountains of recyclable plastic nobody really wants to use for anything. Why not make storage container liners, or tanks to fit in them, out of the plastic. Fill them with surplus water in flood prone areas, and send them west to the drought prone areas? The liner idea is better, since the containers could also be loaded with snow or ice during the winter. They don't need to be perfectly water-tight, it's free water, no harm if some of it leaks on the trip west. The water doesn't have to be clean and pristine either. Most should be fine for watering the lawn, flushing toilets, showering the homeless. Could also just be dumped in reservoirs, for hydroelectric.

The thing is that surplus rain water is generally channeled out to sea. Takes time, and flooding isn't generally a one storm event. Usually weeks of wet weather. Pretty much assured that there are areas that won't mind having a few hundred thousand gallons of water hauled off. Won't really prevent flooding, or drain off a meaningful amount to quickly drain a flooded area. Over time though, it will reduce some of the impact, as a preventative, and mitigation.

The water hauled isn't going to be pure, clean consumable water, but can be used for a lot of things, and free up some of the good water. It's not going to be horrible water, since it's the same water that runs off into rivers and streams, lakes.

Freight trains will run, whether the are pulling a hundred cars, or a dozen. Really should be hard to work in some sort of deal to haul some water cars when running a little light on commercial freight. People desperate for any water, will likely pick up the full tab for transportation anyway... It's free water. The containers aren't grossly expensive. Extruding recycled plastic isn't expensive, and already available. Many places in flood prone areas, already have portable pumps... Seems like only a modest investment, to move some much needed water.


LA uses 534 million gallons of water every day. This equates to 17,466 rail cars of water per day at 30,000 gallons per car. That said a full freight train of water would supply LA's water for about .1 seconds. Furthermore, there are no extra tanker cars certified for hauling drinking water, not one. You may now resume masterbating


Never claimed it would be a replacement, or drinking water. Could be treated though. There are a lot of uses for water, besides drinking. The transported water is supplemental. For some, it might mean the can water their tomato plants a little more often, without getting fined for breaking drought restrictions. Don't really give a crap for California. Lot of places west, that need water too, before getting to California. California's problem is mis-management...

All I know is there are a lot of potential customers out west, for a surplus that exists in the east. The water is free for the taking.


Dude even if every railcar and track moved water to California it would still not equal 1 percent of the daily use. PS, wouldn't a pipeline make more sense? Sure it would but the pipe would need to be 100 feet around to make a dent.

You may resume choking the chicken now


Obviously, thinking isn't one of your talents... It doesn't matter what your home town's daily water use, it's restricted. You get caught watering your tomatoes on the wrong day, you sell some of your Apple stock to pay the fine. Birds crap all over your car, you get to drive around in a crappy car, until car wash day. There will be a point, where hydroelectric dams can't produce, when the water is need for everything more important than electricity. You can't use daily, what you just don't have. Drought means they don't have enough water to meet all of their needs. Which is why they restrict use. Any water brought in, is better than continuing to use up what little they have left.

Of course, the liberal left only thinks that if they can't just write a check, and the entire problem is 'fixed', it's not worth considering. This isn't a quick fix, it's just some relief. They'll still need to manage their water resources, and pray for more rain. I never expect to fulfill all of anyone's daily wants and needs. You have a few shares of Apple stock, so you believe you are better off, than people who own none. A little bit of extra water, is better than not enough. Expecting daily deliveries of the same volume normally used in the day, is ignorant, at best. Trains run 24/7 and can deliver some water daily. It might rain a little, briefly, once or twice a month. It'll add up over time.


You are a moron, now tell us more about how filling old plastic bottles with water will solve California's water problem?

LOL do you have downs syndrome?


You are the only moron talking solution. It's intended to give a little mitigation/relief.


You go Harvey, fill up all yer empty milk gallons and send them to mexifornia, or take your pills and comprehend that you are nutsy


According to CDC/Government info, people who were vaccinated are now DYING at a higher rate than non-vaccinated people, which exposes the covid vaccines as the poison that they are

This place is quieter than the FBI commenting on the chink bank account information on Hunter Xiden's laptop

I LOVE TRUMP BECAUSE HE PISSES OFF ALL THE PEOPLE THAT I CAN'T STAND.

ULTRA MAGA

Now be honest, was I correct or was I correct? LOL
24-11-2022 00:25
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
(19854)
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Seems like the West Coast is perpetually in drought, or at least water restrictions in anticipation of drought. While not far east, there is usually several places experiencing a surplus of water, if not flooding. We have rail service from coast-to-coast. We have a surplus of shipping containers, which conveniently fit on rail cars. There is mountains of recyclable plastic nobody really wants to use for anything. Why not make storage container liners, or tanks to fit in them, out of the plastic. Fill them with surplus water in flood prone areas, and send them west to the drought prone areas? The liner idea is better, since the containers could also be loaded with snow or ice during the winter. They don't need to be perfectly water-tight, it's free water, no harm if some of it leaks on the trip west. The water doesn't have to be clean and pristine either. Most should be fine for watering the lawn, flushing toilets, showering the homeless. Could also just be dumped in reservoirs, for hydroelectric.

The thing is that surplus rain water is generally channeled out to sea. Takes time, and flooding isn't generally a one storm event. Usually weeks of wet weather. Pretty much assured that there are areas that won't mind having a few hundred thousand gallons of water hauled off. Won't really prevent flooding, or drain off a meaningful amount to quickly drain a flooded area. Over time though, it will reduce some of the impact, as a preventative, and mitigation.

The water hauled isn't going to be pure, clean consumable water, but can be used for a lot of things, and free up some of the good water. It's not going to be horrible water, since it's the same water that runs off into rivers and streams, lakes.

Freight trains will run, whether the are pulling a hundred cars, or a dozen. Really should be hard to work in some sort of deal to haul some water cars when running a little light on commercial freight. People desperate for any water, will likely pick up the full tab for transportation anyway... It's free water. The containers aren't grossly expensive. Extruding recycled plastic isn't expensive, and already available. Many places in flood prone areas, already have portable pumps... Seems like only a modest investment, to move some much needed water.


LA uses 534 million gallons of water every day. This equates to 17,466 rail cars of water per day at 30,000 gallons per car. That said a full freight train of water would supply LA's water for about .1 seconds. Furthermore, there are no extra tanker cars certified for hauling drinking water, not one. You may now resume masterbating


Never claimed it would be a replacement, or drinking water. Could be treated though. There are a lot of uses for water, besides drinking. The transported water is supplemental. For some, it might mean the can water their tomato plants a little more often, without getting fined for breaking drought restrictions. Don't really give a crap for California. Lot of places west, that need water too, before getting to California. California's problem is mis-management...

All I know is there are a lot of potential customers out west, for a surplus that exists in the east. The water is free for the taking.


Dude even if every railcar and track moved water to California it would still not equal 1 percent of the daily use. PS, wouldn't a pipeline make more sense? Sure it would but the pipe would need to be 100 feet around to make a dent.

You may resume choking the chicken now


Obviously, thinking isn't one of your talents... It doesn't matter what your home town's daily water use, it's restricted. You get caught watering your tomatoes on the wrong day, you sell some of your Apple stock to pay the fine. Birds crap all over your car, you get to drive around in a crappy car, until car wash day. There will be a point, where hydroelectric dams can't produce, when the water is need for everything more important than electricity. You can't use daily, what you just don't have. Drought means they don't have enough water to meet all of their needs. Which is why they restrict use. Any water brought in, is better than continuing to use up what little they have left.

Of course, the liberal left only thinks that if they can't just write a check, and the entire problem is 'fixed', it's not worth considering. This isn't a quick fix, it's just some relief. They'll still need to manage their water resources, and pray for more rain. I never expect to fulfill all of anyone's daily wants and needs. You have a few shares of Apple stock, so you believe you are better off, than people who own none. A little bit of extra water, is better than not enough. Expecting daily deliveries of the same volume normally used in the day, is ignorant, at best. Trains run 24/7 and can deliver some water daily. It might rain a little, briefly, once or twice a month. It'll add up over time.


You are a moron, now tell us more about how filling old plastic bottles with water will solve California's water problem?

LOL do you have downs syndrome?


You are the only moron talking solution. It's intended to give a little mitigation/relief.

It won't. The problem is there is plenty of water already there, but they just don't bother to collect it. There is not mitigation for stupidity. There is no relief from a dictatorship.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
24-11-2022 00:27
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
(19854)
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around.

Remember, I'm not a genius like you are. It would never occur to me to ship bottles of water as a means to turn a drought around.

I would probably just recommend that water be collected right there in the state as opposed to not collecting it. Also, I would prevent the mismanagement of the already abundant water resources. But this is only because I'm not as smart as you.


LOL I being brilliant would recommend that the ass-holes in California stop crying and start building desalination plants like Saudi Arabia has. Your IQ does not however allow for rational thought of any kind.

So how much do they pay you to humiliate yourself here?

They already have sufficient desalination available.

It's called 'rain' and 'snow'. They just don't collect it.


No matter Harvey is going to fill up his empty Coke bottles and send them to California which will fix everything. So how about you, do they pay you enough to be the fool?

LOL


Back, during my mis-guided youth... Tomato plants were a euphemism for the marijuana plants some people had growing in their backyards. The hippy parents didn't think we knew the difference. Mostly, we didn't really care, but knew not to say anything. Your reading comprehension/retention issues tends to support you smoke your 'tomatoes'. You seem to think owning Apple stock is a big deal. Yet, there are a lot of people who own Apple. Do they pay out generous dividends every year, or is the value only when you sell shares? I own a few stocks, some have little, to none profit distributions. Some pay out more. Your family and friends seem easily impressed. Doesn't seem to work as well here.

He's probably just jealous. The stock I did invest in has far outperformed Apple. It's my own company.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
24-11-2022 01:41
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
(2785)
Into the Night wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around.

Remember, I'm not a genius like you are. It would never occur to me to ship bottles of water as a means to turn a drought around.

I would probably just recommend that water be collected right there in the state as opposed to not collecting it. Also, I would prevent the mismanagement of the already abundant water resources. But this is only because I'm not as smart as you.


LOL I being brilliant would recommend that the ass-holes in California stop crying and start building desalination plants like Saudi Arabia has. Your IQ does not however allow for rational thought of any kind.

So how much do they pay you to humiliate yourself here?

They already have sufficient desalination available.

It's called 'rain' and 'snow'. They just don't collect it.


No matter Harvey is going to fill up his empty Coke bottles and send them to California which will fix everything. So how about you, do they pay you enough to be the fool?

LOL


Back, during my mis-guided youth... Tomato plants were a euphemism for the marijuana plants some people had growing in their backyards. The hippy parents didn't think we knew the difference. Mostly, we didn't really care, but knew not to say anything. Your reading comprehension/retention issues tends to support you smoke your 'tomatoes'. You seem to think owning Apple stock is a big deal. Yet, there are a lot of people who own Apple. Do they pay out generous dividends every year, or is the value only when you sell shares? I own a few stocks, some have little, to none profit distributions. Some pay out more. Your family and friends seem easily impressed. Doesn't seem to work as well here.

He's probably just jealous. The stock I did invest in has far outperformed Apple. It's my own company.


Hey retard, Apple has the biggest market cap on Earth 2.4 trillion dollars, but in your mind you outperformed that. Take your meds


According to CDC/Government info, people who were vaccinated are now DYING at a higher rate than non-vaccinated people, which exposes the covid vaccines as the poison that they are

This place is quieter than the FBI commenting on the chink bank account information on Hunter Xiden's laptop

I LOVE TRUMP BECAUSE HE PISSES OFF ALL THE PEOPLE THAT I CAN'T STAND.

ULTRA MAGA

Now be honest, was I correct or was I correct? LOL
24-11-2022 03:23
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
(19854)
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around.

Remember, I'm not a genius like you are. It would never occur to me to ship bottles of water as a means to turn a drought around.

I would probably just recommend that water be collected right there in the state as opposed to not collecting it. Also, I would prevent the mismanagement of the already abundant water resources. But this is only because I'm not as smart as you.


LOL I being brilliant would recommend that the ass-holes in California stop crying and start building desalination plants like Saudi Arabia has. Your IQ does not however allow for rational thought of any kind.

So how much do they pay you to humiliate yourself here?

They already have sufficient desalination available.

It's called 'rain' and 'snow'. They just don't collect it.


No matter Harvey is going to fill up his empty Coke bottles and send them to California which will fix everything. So how about you, do they pay you enough to be the fool?

LOL


Back, during my mis-guided youth... Tomato plants were a euphemism for the marijuana plants some people had growing in their backyards. The hippy parents didn't think we knew the difference. Mostly, we didn't really care, but knew not to say anything. Your reading comprehension/retention issues tends to support you smoke your 'tomatoes'. You seem to think owning Apple stock is a big deal. Yet, there are a lot of people who own Apple. Do they pay out generous dividends every year, or is the value only when you sell shares? I own a few stocks, some have little, to none profit distributions. Some pay out more. Your family and friends seem easily impressed. Doesn't seem to work as well here.

He's probably just jealous. The stock I did invest in has far outperformed Apple. It's my own company.


Hey retard, Apple has the biggest market cap on Earth 2.4 trillion dollars, but in your mind you outperformed that. Take your meds

You don't own all of the Apple stock. My stock has easily outperformed Apple stock.

You're just making shit up.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
Edited on 24-11-2022 03:24
24-11-2022 15:00
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
(2785)
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around.

Remember, I'm not a genius like you are. It would never occur to me to ship bottles of water as a means to turn a drought around.

I would probably just recommend that water be collected right there in the state as opposed to not collecting it. Also, I would prevent the mismanagement of the already abundant water resources. But this is only because I'm not as smart as you.


LOL I being brilliant would recommend that the ass-holes in California stop crying and start building desalination plants like Saudi Arabia has. Your IQ does not however allow for rational thought of any kind.

So how much do they pay you to humiliate yourself here?

They already have sufficient desalination available.

It's called 'rain' and 'snow'. They just don't collect it.


No matter Harvey is going to fill up his empty Coke bottles and send them to California which will fix everything. So how about you, do they pay you enough to be the fool?

LOL


Back, during my mis-guided youth... Tomato plants were a euphemism for the marijuana plants some people had growing in their backyards. The hippy parents didn't think we knew the difference. Mostly, we didn't really care, but knew not to say anything. Your reading comprehension/retention issues tends to support you smoke your 'tomatoes'. You seem to think owning Apple stock is a big deal. Yet, there are a lot of people who own Apple. Do they pay out generous dividends every year, or is the value only when you sell shares? I own a few stocks, some have little, to none profit distributions. Some pay out more. Your family and friends seem easily impressed. Doesn't seem to work as well here.

He's probably just jealous. The stock I did invest in has far outperformed Apple. It's my own company.


Hey retard, Apple has the biggest market cap on Earth 2.4 trillion dollars, but in your mind you outperformed that. Take your meds

You don't own all of the Apple stock. My stock has easily outperformed Apple stock.

You're just making shit up.


LOL you are just phishing for info and embarrassing yourself completely along the way. Just like all those who preceded you and all that will follow.

Bye the way Apple is currently up 116,107.69%, You may believe that you easily beat that as you beat your meat


According to CDC/Government info, people who were vaccinated are now DYING at a higher rate than non-vaccinated people, which exposes the covid vaccines as the poison that they are

This place is quieter than the FBI commenting on the chink bank account information on Hunter Xiden's laptop

I LOVE TRUMP BECAUSE HE PISSES OFF ALL THE PEOPLE THAT I CAN'T STAND.

ULTRA MAGA

Now be honest, was I correct or was I correct? LOL
24-11-2022 20:46
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around.

Remember, I'm not a genius like you are. It would never occur to me to ship bottles of water as a means to turn a drought around.

I would probably just recommend that water be collected right there in the state as opposed to not collecting it. Also, I would prevent the mismanagement of the already abundant water resources. But this is only because I'm not as smart as you.


LOL I being brilliant would recommend that the ass-holes in California stop crying and start building desalination plants like Saudi Arabia has. Your IQ does not however allow for rational thought of any kind.

So how much do they pay you to humiliate yourself here?

They already have sufficient desalination available.

It's called 'rain' and 'snow'. They just don't collect it.


No matter Harvey is going to fill up his empty Coke bottles and send them to California which will fix everything. So how about you, do they pay you enough to be the fool?

LOL


Back, during my mis-guided youth... Tomato plants were a euphemism for the marijuana plants some people had growing in their backyards. The hippy parents didn't think we knew the difference. Mostly, we didn't really care, but knew not to say anything. Your reading comprehension/retention issues tends to support you smoke your 'tomatoes'. You seem to think owning Apple stock is a big deal. Yet, there are a lot of people who own Apple. Do they pay out generous dividends every year, or is the value only when you sell shares? I own a few stocks, some have little, to none profit distributions. Some pay out more. Your family and friends seem easily impressed. Doesn't seem to work as well here.

He's probably just jealous. The stock I did invest in has far outperformed Apple. It's my own company.


Hey retard, Apple has the biggest market cap on Earth 2.4 trillion dollars, but in your mind you outperformed that. Take your meds

You don't own all of the Apple stock. My stock has easily outperformed Apple stock.

You're just making shit up.


LOL you are just phishing for info and embarrassing yourself completely along the way. Just like all those who preceded you and all that will follow.

Bye the way Apple is currently up 116,107.69%, You may believe that you easily beat that as you beat your meat

Argument from randU fallacy. Jealousy.


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24-11-2022 21:04
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
(2785)
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:OK then, you send as many bottles of water to California as you can to turn their drought around.

Remember, I'm not a genius like you are. It would never occur to me to ship bottles of water as a means to turn a drought around.

I would probably just recommend that water be collected right there in the state as opposed to not collecting it. Also, I would prevent the mismanagement of the already abundant water resources. But this is only because I'm not as smart as you.


LOL I being brilliant would recommend that the ass-holes in California stop crying and start building desalination plants like Saudi Arabia has. Your IQ does not however allow for rational thought of any kind.

So how much do they pay you to humiliate yourself here?

They already have sufficient desalination available.

It's called 'rain' and 'snow'. They just don't collect it.


No matter Harvey is going to fill up his empty Coke bottles and send them to California which will fix everything. So how about you, do they pay you enough to be the fool?

LOL


Back, during my mis-guided youth... Tomato plants were a euphemism for the marijuana plants some people had growing in their backyards. The hippy parents didn't think we knew the difference. Mostly, we didn't really care, but knew not to say anything. Your reading comprehension/retention issues tends to support you smoke your 'tomatoes'. You seem to think owning Apple stock is a big deal. Yet, there are a lot of people who own Apple. Do they pay out generous dividends every year, or is the value only when you sell shares? I own a few stocks, some have little, to none profit distributions. Some pay out more. Your family and friends seem easily impressed. Doesn't seem to work as well here.

He's probably just jealous. The stock I did invest in has far outperformed Apple. It's my own company.


Hey retard, Apple has the biggest market cap on Earth 2.4 trillion dollars, but in your mind you outperformed that. Take your meds

You don't own all of the Apple stock. My stock has easily outperformed Apple stock.

You're just making shit up.


LOL you are just phishing for info and embarrassing yourself completely along the way. Just like all those who preceded you and all that will follow.

Bye the way Apple is currently up 116,107.69%, You may believe that you easily beat that as you beat your meat

Argument from randU fallacy. Jealousy.

Your articulate words of wisdum never cease to amaze the flea circus.


According to CDC/Government info, people who were vaccinated are now DYING at a higher rate than non-vaccinated people, which exposes the covid vaccines as the poison that they are

This place is quieter than the FBI commenting on the chink bank account information on Hunter Xiden's laptop

I LOVE TRUMP BECAUSE HE PISSES OFF ALL THE PEOPLE THAT I CAN'T STAND.

ULTRA MAGA

Now be honest, was I correct or was I correct? LOL




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