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  1. I think I gotta try the jigger especially after jb's post above. I was pouring from a measuring cup because that's where i made the tea LOL.
  2. I use the one Binging with Babish has to great success, sometimes muddling things in it before shaking for additional flavors like jalapeno.
  3. We don't have water. Street torn up. Should be back soon though. One day job.
  4. Kev where are you? We could try to help if you're Dallas. Just PM me if so.
  5. Just going in circles now, so I'll step out. I hope you take a look at the personal attacks and think through whether it makes you feel good. Enjoy your week. Hope y'all have water and power back for good now down there.
  6. I ripped out the drywall in garage this weekend to let the studs air out, and to create a spout with which I could divert the leaking water heater from this past week's insane TX weather away from the wall and onto the garage floor. So my project now will be to hope the compromised part actually ships from any of the many places it is backordered at, so I can fix the water heater, and then figure out how to drywall the wall back up (assuming I don't have to replace the studs or whatever that flat board on the bottom of the wall atop the slab is called). Then I need to insulate the
  7. Thanks! That's cool - I spent basically all of 2019 in generation across the country, but never got that much of the history. Context helps with everything!
  8. This is one of the most relevant reasons, IMO, as to why an event like this happens. If you don't incentivize excess capacity, you won't have it when you need it. That's the whole point. Plants in those other ISOs (and CA ISO if memory serves) get paid to be available (not as much as actually generating, but enough that it was worth it to help plants increase their available capacity even with some costs).
  9. Thanks HSG - doing so now. If anyone is looking for another good organization to donate to, CitySquare in Dallas uses funds very effectively (a metric that matters to me) to help those in need: https://www.citysquare.org/
  10. 2. I'm sorry you feel that way. Not my intention. Just walking through the argument I presented. I think it's an interesting academic exercise. I'm going to assume you're just being mean and not actually asking for a better explanation. Your answer to #1 would indicate that A) it should have explicit rules about explaining the downside if allowed, or B) it shouldn't be allowed. Do you disagree? What would you propose? I'm pretty interested in energy policy and could one day exercise some influence there. I'd like to learn how other people feel so I can come up with the best policie
  11. That would be a great idea if we keep letting people access it. Totally agree.
  12. I'm sorry you feel that way. I find abandoning principle when times get hard to be more damaging in the long run, and find my stance to be pretty compassionate. If you just google average cost griddy review, 2 of the first 5 results discuss the downside, by the way. So maybe I'm not giving people enough credit for being unable to understand it. If you fail to see how eliminating any consequences so "just the idea" can teach people something, I don't know what to tell you. I've never seen any evidence-based research to indicate that is true. Can you link anything? If we
  13. So let's test it out: On part 1: Do you think you pay more attention next time? On part 2: Do you agree with me that it is a thing which should not be available for consumers to access?
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