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Chris Johnston

Some of us down in New Orleans had natural gas powered generators after Katrina and thought things were great until they turned the gas off. Of course you were in no better a situation with a gasoline or diesel powered generator because all the gas stations were closed for almost two months! I realize that what happened here was a fluke, but keep those things in mind when making your decision.

Eh Nonymous

Chris: So you're saying nuclear is the way to go? So long as you have power and running water to keep from having a meltdown? Or is solar a good idea? What about overcast days...

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