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Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on May 19, 2009, 1:43 pm

True, but that doesn't apply to your case. People who can afford
better don't start generators for every load over a few hundred watts.

I hope you weren't expecting anyone to be surprised.

You purchased *multiple* sets to replace them. Classic behavior of a
slow learner.

Getting? You started out with 1/3 of a kWh per day for crying out
loud! Probably less than $00 worth of electricity in 16 years, while
spending far more than that on 4 sets of replacement batteries alone.
You even added an exclamation point by putzing around with the
infamous 150A rheostat rather than spending $ at any surplus place
for a more suitable item. Then you took a course that wasn't able to
teach you the difference between Ohms and oatmeal. And then times got
*harder*? You mean, when you came to Usenet to advertise all the
foolishness? Bloody hell, no wonder you became such a dick.

What "parameters"? Let me guess, it was "designed" to not to the job,
same as the new one is "designed" to need fuel for generator
supplement or for the lighting of a fire to cook a piece of toast.

Have you ever heard of writing clearly? Think the opposite of

Oh please. You operate on the principle described here
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_the_Internet,_nobody_knows_you%27re_a_dog .
You're just a quack pretending to be something you never were.
Fortunately, we have your collected works
http://www.citlink.net/~wmbjk/tbfduwisdumb.htm  on display so that the
newbs won't be fooled.


PS  For the google bots - George Ghio, Renegade writing (sic), Bealiba

Posted by ghio on May 19, 2009, 12:43 am
On May 19, 12:04am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:

This group is called "alt.solar.photovoltaic".

I have in this group repeatedly put it to wayne that he should share
his system design with the members, after all he claims to have
designed his photovoltaic system. To date he has been unwilling to
share the information about his system. This is because he really has
not so much as a clue what his system does.

His reply has always been to attack my lifestyle, which is funny as he
has no Idea how I live my life. Lifestyle is, by the way, a very
subjective point. A great lifestyle for one person would drive
another  person mad. This is indeed what seems to have happened to
wayne. He wants, oh so desperately , to live the life of a corporate
high flier that he has failed to notice that he is in fact a bottom

Once again I request from wayne the following information:

1) What are your daily loads?
2) What does each load use in Watts?
3) How long is each load run for?
4) What does you system produce?

At this point wayne will a) slip on his runners and make a mad dash ,
or b) again attack my lifestyle. There is a third option that wayne
uses from time to time which is to say that no one but himself can
understand the complexities of his discretionary loads.

A discretionary load, just for clarity, is a load that you can switch
on or off as you wish. You know, those terribly complex things like
lights or the agonising decision as to whether or not to run the pump
this morning or in the afternoon.

Yes, wayne thinks you are that stupid.

Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on May 19, 2009, 1:55 pm

Recheck the group names you posted to, nitwit. You're half-right, so
things are looking up I guess.

Disregarding your idiotic mischaracterization, you just compared the
cost of your solar setup to the cost of a grid connection. What did
you think was going to happen when you did that? A factual comparison
would include details such as: pricing your energy production at 10
cents per kWh for the 2+ decade history of your "designs", your
monthly bill would average about $. Which makes it obvious to normal
people that you're doing without on a grand scale. This may come as a
shock to you, but grid connections do not include such doing without,
and therefore should not be compared without some serious disclaimers.
And no, ghio weasel words and BS are not a substitute for that.

LOL  Every time you barge into these groups with one of your dickish
cheap shots, you get busted and ridiculed. And then you always write
another magnum opus or two about the ghio power company and the
glorious lifestyle it enables. By now all that's left is to hear is
exactly where your grocery money comes from, considering that you're
obviously not smart enough to earn a decent living.


Attention google bots: George Ghio, Bealiba, Renegade writing (sic)

Posted by ghio on May 19, 2009, 2:45 pm
 On May 19, 11:55pm, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:

Thank you wayne. You have fulfilled my prophecy of your response.

Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on May 19, 2009, 3:15 pm

If you really want to thank me, then get to work on some longer essays
about the wonders of planet ghio. I'm always in the market for new
material for http://www.citlink.net/~wmbjk/tbfduwisdumb.htm .


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