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New Orleans' worst is yet to come | No Electricity for the next 30 - 60 days | Do you know what this means?

 
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New Orleans' worst is yet to come | No Electricity for the next 30 - 60 days | Do you know what this means?
All major electric transmission lines have been destroyed.

All the big towers that deliver power to the city have been knocked over. They're gone...

You have over 1.2 million people grouped together in a low lying swamp surrounded by limited transport access.

You can't pump gas because there is no electricity...

The water is in a similar situation... with major power down, it's only a matter of time before backup generators (if they're still functioning) will run out of fuel.

You can't charge your cell phones because most people don't have ways to charge up without a connection to a power line or running car.

How long can we expect your average city dweller to survive without their digital distractions, a warm meal, and clean water?

No lights.

No 911 services.

And it will take the city a week...

1 week... just to assess the damage and repair plans for the big power transmission lines... before any recommended repairs are sent for...

Then there is the task to bring in the materials, machinery, and labor to build new giant power transmission towers.

How much longer will that take?

And that doesn't even include the surface street power line repairs that will be needed to bring power to each city block and home.

Do you know what this means?

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For those asking for a link:

Hurricane Ida knocks out all transmission lines into New Orleans, leaves 1M+ without power

Source: [link to www.utilitydive.com (secure)]

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Allow me to predict:

In two days when the looting gets really bad, John Bell Edwards will call in the National Guard

I’m just waiting to see if they go house to house gun grabbing
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No gas
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Re: New Orleans' worst is yet to come | No Electricity for the next 30 - 60 days | Do you know what this means?
All major electric transmission lines have been destroyed.

All the big towers that deliver power to the city have been knocked over. They're gone...

You have over 1.2 million people grouped together in a low lying swamp surrounded by limited transport access.

You can't pump gas because there is no electricity...

The water is in a similar situation... with major power down, it's only a matter of time before backup generators (if they're still functioning) will run out of fuel.

You can't charge your cell phones because most people don't have ways to charge up without a connection to a power line or running car.

How long can we expect your average city dweller to survive without their digital distractions, a warm meal, and clean water?

No lights.

No 911 services.

And it will take the city a week...

1 week... just to assess the damage and repair plans for the big power transmission lines... before any recommended repairs are sent for...

Then there is the task to bring in the materials, machinery, and labor to build new giant power transmission towers.

How much longer will that take?

And that doesn't even include the surface street power line repairs that will be needed to bring power to each city block and home.

Do you know what this means?
 Quoting: Coppercoal


Utter bollocks.

All towers? All transmission lines?

Yeah right
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It means the people in the area will not be attacked 24/7 by the fake news propaganda companies for awhile.

Mental welfare in the area should go way up from being unplugged from the MSM.
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Hey the Biten Administration has got this!

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It means if you have a generator you better have a shotgun too.

The have nots will want your shit.
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On the bright side, no power bill for 30-60 days.
What the Hell?...
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Looks like the population of NO will have to be relocated

refugees within their own country
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It time to go to Busch Gardens, Carowinds, Six Flags, Williamsburg, or whatever places like that that are near them?
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Link?
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Hurricane Ida knocks out all transmission lines into New Orleans, leaves 1M+ without power

Source: [link to www.utilitydive.com (secure)]
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Re: New Orleans' worst is yet to come | No Electricity for the next 30 - 60 days | Do you know what this means?
All major electric transmission lines have been destroyed.

All the big towers that deliver power to the city have been knocked over. They're gone...

You have over 1.2 million people grouped together in a low lying swamp surrounded by limited transport access.

You can't pump gas because there is no electricity...

The water is in a similar situation... with major power down, it's only a matter of time before backup generators (if they're still functioning) will run out of fuel.

You can't charge your cell phones because most people don't have ways to charge up without a connection to a power line or running car.

How long can we expect your average city dweller to survive without their digital distractions, a warm meal, and clean water?

No lights.

No 911 services.

And it will take the city a week...

1 week... just to assess the damage and repair plans for the big power transmission lines... before any recommended repairs are sent for...

Then there is the task to bring in the materials, machinery, and labor to build new giant power transmission towers.

How much longer will that take?

And that doesn't even include the surface street power line repairs that will be needed to bring power to each city block and home.

Do you know what this means?
 Quoting: Coppercoal


Utter bollocks.

All towers? All transmission lines?

Yeah right
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You brits are so bloody literal.

He doesn’t mean every single tower is down.

Looks pretty bad to me.

Some of those massive towers that run across the water have toppled over. You don’t just bring in a small crane and hoist up a new telephone pole…. These will require a lot of engineering, fabricating and construction work.
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It means they all are coming to Dallas…again?
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It is not going to take that long to get power restored to the vast majority of people.

Where is your link?
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All major electric transmission lines have been destroyed.

All the big towers that deliver power to the city have been knocked over. They're gone...

You have over 1.2 million people grouped together in a low lying swamp surrounded by limited transport access.

You can't pump gas because there is no electricity...

The water is in a similar situation... with major power down, it's only a matter of time before backup generators (if they're still functioning) will run out of fuel.

You can't charge your cell phones because most people don't have ways to charge up without a connection to a power line or running car.

How long can we expect your average city dweller to survive without their digital distractions, a warm meal, and clean water?

No lights.

No 911 services.

And it will take the city a week...

1 week... just to assess the damage and repair plans for the big power transmission lines... before any recommended repairs are sent for...

Then there is the task to bring in the materials, machinery, and labor to build new giant power transmission towers.

How much longer will that take?

And that doesn't even include the surface street power line repairs that will be needed to bring power to each city block and home.

Do you know what this means?
 Quoting: Coppercoal




Complete retard level bullshit.

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The lights are out
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We are going to need a bigger boat?
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Re: New Orleans' worst is yet to come | No Electricity for the next 30 - 60 days | Do you know what this means?
All major electric transmission lines have been destroyed.

All the big towers that deliver power to the city have been knocked over. They're gone...

You have over 1.2 million people grouped together in a low lying swamp surrounded by limited transport access.

You can't pump gas because there is no electricity...

The water is in a similar situation... with major power down, it's only a matter of time before backup generators (if they're still functioning) will run out of fuel.

You can't charge your cell phones because most people don't have ways to charge up without a connection to a power line or running car.

How long can we expect your average city dweller to survive without their digital distractions, a warm meal, and clean water?

No lights.

No 911 services.

And it will take the city a week...

1 week... just to assess the damage and repair plans for the big power transmission lines... before any recommended repairs are sent for...

Then there is the task to bring in the materials, machinery, and labor to build new giant power transmission towers.

How much longer will that take?

And that doesn't even include the surface street power line repairs that will be needed to bring power to each city block and home.

Do you know what this means?
 Quoting: Coppercoal




Complete retard level bullshit.

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Looks like New Orleans will finally get their "reparations"
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Major electrical tower collapse leaves New Orleans completely without power:

An official in Jefferson Parish says a transmission tower that provides power for New Orleans and the east bank of the parish has collapsed into the river near Bridge City. According to the parish’s Emergency Management Director, cables strung across the Mississippi River are now in the water, but darkness is hampering visibility.

All eight major transmission lines are down, according to Entergy. Due to the weather, they cannot assess the damage. Entergy is providing backup power to the city’s Sewerage and Water Board, but there are significant impacts to the pumping stations.

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All major electric transmission lines have been destroyed.

All the big towers that deliver power to the city have been knocked over. They're gone...

You have over 1.2 million people grouped together in a low lying swamp surrounded by limited transport access.

You can't pump gas because there is no electricity...

The water is in a similar situation... with major power down, it's only a matter of time before backup generators (if they're still functioning) will run out of fuel.

You can't charge your cell phones because most people don't have ways to charge up without a connection to a power line or running car.

How long can we expect your average city dweller to survive without their digital distractions, a warm meal, and clean water?

No lights.

No 911 services.

And it will take the city a week...

1 week... just to assess the damage and repair plans for the big power transmission lines... before any recommended repairs are sent for...

Then there is the task to bring in the materials, machinery, and labor to build new giant power transmission towers.

How much longer will that take?

And that doesn't even include the surface street power line repairs that will be needed to bring power to each city block and home.

Do you know what this means?
 Quoting: Coppercoal


It means they need something much more involved than even the Berlin airlift to keep that place going. I haven't heard anyone in the "Biden-Harris" Administration say shit about a New Orleans airlift, so I guess they're all fucked. This really sucks. A family we know has a daughter that just started at Tulane. They didn't go get her Friday like I thought they should have, and so now she's stuck there.
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It means that a bunch of white people will be working to get civilization started up again while cultured youth/teens burn, loot and murder.
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It means they all are coming to Dallas…again?
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Horrible if true because the majority would be unvaccinated as well.

Shit, this is going to cause COVID to become FUXKING DEADLY





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