Which is why Internet access should be a public utility, and not left to the private sector.
The last thing I want is local, state, or federal government being my ISP. Customer service from any of those entities, for anything in which they engage, is worse than any ISP, mom-and-pop or national. It's like watching Medicate or the VA, and then saying that going to the doctor for an ear infection should be a trip to a government office.
The king of shitposting
Sure. As soon as you admit that "installed capacity" != "capacity factor", meaning that renewable are still generating only a small fraction of the power of non-renewables.
Or, to put it another way, when you take away the spin - this "accomplishment" isn't very impressive. Your demands for others to kowtow to you are considerably premature.
Say that 10 times fast....
or say it once backward and... summon the ghost of Steve!!!! (woooOOOOOOOOoooooo)
No silly, the USB-C version is only $30. Except, you can't use that whilst charging.....
What are you trying to say?
That a piece of jargon with a very specific contextual meaning is at risk of being dumbed down when it's used in the wrong context. As it was in this case.
"I have five dollars for each of you." -- Bernhard Goetz