Yeah, well, I also do not really understand why coal workers desperately want to stay coal works.
Even here in Germany. In 2016 and global warming that is just downright crazy,
Agreed, I still want to find out how this product works in places like Warren Ohio, Joplin, Missouri, Greensburg Kanasas (Most Damaging Tornadoes I can think of off the top of my head) Where tornadoes while not "common" also aren't "rare" and as such roofs need to be able to sustain pre-tornado weather (including hail) at least a few times a year. (to be reliable)
That doesn't even include Cold Weather testing (which those 3 above also face to varying degrees), extreme summer heat, and snow dead weight (weight of snow/ice on roof) capacities, etc....
and that isn't even including any PV testing... like... Ohh how about a minor heating element that can be turned on in the winter to help de-ice/snow roofs... so as to be able to go back to collecting solar (because "normally"(ignoring temps going up) you can get a lot of snow quickly and then days and days of 'sunny but still cold' where roofs are still snow covered. So... a heating element like this would use battery/etc. power for a short time, but then allow PV collection again... ohh and.... yeah... the list goes on...)
Also... I would want to know if I can buy it in small quantities to put it on small sheds, etc... where a LED light and maybe more would be great add ons... because the "issue" with solar roof that I've been told is that you can't just buy the panels from them... you have to get EVERYTHING including installation from them... and a lot of people HAVE to do the lease option... (b/c they (IMHO) buy grid-tie in systems which makes them susceptible to lower power company regulations...) (I'd be glad to know if I'm wrong on any of Solar City's practices...but still the same issues apply)
I'm using windows 10 and I cannot figure out how to change a user's password. If I were on linux or mac, I'd just type passwd username. But there seems to be no way for an admin to change a users password in Win 10. Am I missing something?
Have you not pressed control-alt-delete and clicked on change password? Or right click on computer and go to manage/local users and groups/Users and then right click on the user and select Set Password? [though this option was removed from home edition LONG ago]
Tell that to all the Walmarts in Texas that can't sell booze.
That's because of already-established "interests" that have "pre-bribed" our "elected representatives" in order to keep their monopoly.
They sell booze at the Walmart near my home in south Texas. HUGE isle full of beer/wine/coolers/whatnot. Since I don't drink I don't know if they sell hard alcohol and I'm not sure if that is what you mean, But they do sell "booze" down here in Walmart.
Good evening, friends. It's great that you're looking to the heavens, but let's not forget that Heaven should be our goal and our destiny. However, that choice is up to us. We have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. But because God sent his only son, our Lord Jesus Christ, to die for our sins, we are redeemed. But we must accept this generous offer from our Lord and each of us must be born again. We must all repent of our sins and have a born again experience if we are to be saved. As Peter powerfully spoke shortly after Jesus ascended into Heaven, he commanded that we are to repent and be baptized. Immersion in water is a sign that we are cleansed of our sins. We should all want to spend eternity in Heaven where we shall not need nor want, rather than eternal torment in Hell. If you're ready to accept Jesus Christ as your personal savior, you must be born again and then you should be baptized with water. I hope and pray that you will read this message and your heart and mind will be opened to our Lord, from whom all good things come.
- Pastor Mitch
It's great to see some stand up comedy on here now and then. Always good for a laugh.
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