Posted by ghio on May 17, 2009, 4:01 pm
On May 18, 12:18am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:
Are you blind or just stupid. I said, quite plainly I don't use
checks. Only fools believe in free money. I'm a head of you
More fool you. The ideal consumer.
I notice that the shorter and truthful my posts the longer and more
fanciful you posts. Your lifestyle is just that, your lifestyle. While
you are scrabbling around to obtain more and more trinkets others are
quite happy with a cup of coffee while sitting in the sun.
It will have been noticed by all those you are trying to impress with
your big spender posing that you have still failed to answer the
question of your system design.
What does it run, what are the loads (this does not mean how much the
batteries weigh or haw many dishes the dishwasher holds), what does
the system produce. But of course you can't answer these questions for
the simple reason that I pegged your system correctly all those years
ago, In other words you don't have a clue,and didn't design your
Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on May 17, 2009, 6:35 pm
It's true that you did say that, but then again, considering your
history, what's your word worth?
It's not actually free, but it is money that those of us who qualify
can get easily at no direct cost, which is close enough. Plus, only a
nitwit would pretend he couldn't use it or doesn't want it.
Nonresponsive as always. Even a free inverter that you need and want
is just something else to pretend you couldn't use, or the result of
trap you can't describe, right, ghinius?
Oh yeah, happiness is what drove you to invent fault when Steve
described an inverter failure. You're not fooling anyone, there are
some serious issues driving your wacko opinions.
Posted by ghio on May 17, 2009, 9:31 pm
On May 18, 4:35am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:
Ah, the little bit pregnant argument. Good one wayne.
Yep, a born consumer. Just put in on the plastic. They actually coined
a word for your disease "Affluenza" (AF.loo.en.zuh) n. An extreme form
of materialism in which consumers overwork and accumulate high levels
of debt to purchase more goods (affluence + influenza)....
When it comes to you and steve it is hard to avoid fault.
The thing is, that once you have been dead it puts a whole new meaning
on life and, not surprising, lifestyle.
Posted by Eeyore on May 17, 2009, 8:47 pm
I very much doubt he has a clue and has he had to replace the batteries yet ?
Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on May 18, 2009, 12:32 am
On Sun, 17 May 2009 21:47:21 +0100, Eeyore
And yet I was mysteriously long ago able to do what you endlessly
claim is impossibly difficult, plus a lot more. While I was working on
that, you were presumably busy reading Usenet. A normally intelligent
person should have gotten pretty knowledgeable, yet for some reason
you still need schooling on basics such as the power source of USB
powered devices, and the output of common power sockets. Could it be
that you spend too much time posting foolishness instead of learning?
Ghio isn't going to tell you anything honest about my batteries
because that doesn't suit his "stories". The batteries are doing quite
well, and they'll be 14 in the fall. When it does come time to replace
them, the cost won't be anything but a minor factor in the economics
of the project.
But feel free to discuss batteries with ghio, he's the master of
wisdumb such as "there are also no Amp Hours in a battery". Plus, he
has lots of hands-on experience, being that he's on his 5th set last
we heard. Apparently a 1kwh per day power company can be high
maintenance when it's run by a ghinus. You're certain to be
comfortable relating to his difficulties.