Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by K4KWH, Sep 11, 2018.
Somebody has to keep Bekins in business!
I hope everything is OK for the folks in the path.
It will be interesting to see how ham radio operators help in the danger zone.
Looks like power is out for many.
I heard that Texas is shipping Lone Star beer to help ease the pain.
The water at the bottom of the tank where the drain is cooler than the water at the top of the tank.
The Gorn will take car of it!
So does 1 out 0f 8 Mexicans.
Before anyone gets excited I used to work in Mexico and have many friends in Mexico.
The crime is messing a lot of nice places up down there. Hope that gets straightened up one day.
Also spent a lot of time in California. I hate traffic so LA is not for me. Nice to visit. Never want to live there.
They need to be shipping Alamo!
Does anyone else think it's kinda strange how they always make beverage supplies from beer manufacturers the very first top priority over everything else?
I can recall reading an article one time on the "top beverages" worldwide. Number 1 on the list was water. Number 2 was tea. Number 3 was beer. I was surprised, as coffee did not make the cut.
Can't cut off the beer supply, that would a cataclysmic, apocalyptic event.
I'm pretty sure that rule applies all the time -- even when there isn't a hurricane about to wash away the consumers in question.
I don't have any kids, but the way it was explained to me by a pair of "soccer parents," is that "when you have kids, you will understand." And that particular pair did not limit their consumption of over-the-counter tranquilizers to just beer.
I dunno about Lone Star, but the breweries here are canning plain water for the hurricane relief effort. (Disappointing, I know).