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  • #6973
    Martin Winger
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    So my question is:

    Who is the cowardly M?

    #6972
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    Didn’t know I could do this…

    ;0)

    #6964
    Martin Winger
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    Seems our community pariah is in full swing now that he thinks he can take advantage of the proverbial “don’t waste a good crisis.”  He actually found some ancient issue that he thinks in his sick mind to throw against the wall hoping it sticks.

    Note too the amount of responders he gets as to his blogs….ZERO!

    He also is supporting a person that on the surface has almost done nothing in her life except to have a career in board membership…is there a degree in high school for that?

    This might be a good turning point for the community and some live action giving us a forceful awaking.

    #6726
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    I filled out the form:

    I said:  Why do we need another SCA restaurant when we have 40 neighborhood restaurants available?  This is all within a 4 mile area.

    Sorry  to sound like a broken record, but will we ever get a “Triple Net Lease” to protect the community members?  If we have lawyers on retainer, have them take an already made up form and use it to make the lease.

    Again: If getting to any restaurant, how do you get there…Uber (?), LYFT (?).

    #6614
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    Follow-up:

    Excerpt from Military Times

    Solar Energy…Solar’s Dirty Little Secret Solar energy is touted as clean, however, The Associated Press has reported that many panel makers are grappling with a waste problem.

    Fueled partly by billions in government incentives, the industry is creating millions of solar panels each year and, in the process, millions of pounds of toxic sludge and contaminated water. To dispose of this material, thee companies must transport it by truck or rail far from their own plants to waste facilities hundreds and, in some cases, thousands of miles away.

    The fossil fuels used to transport that waste, experts say, is not typically considered in calculating Solar’s carbon footprint, giving scientists and consumers who use the measurement to gauge a product’s impact on global warming the impression that that solar is cleaner than it really is. A study by Environmental Progress (EP) warns that toxic waste from used solar panels now poses a global environmental threat.

    Last November, Japan’s Environmental Ministry issued a stark warning; the amount of solar panel waste Japan produces every year will rise from 10,000 to 800,000 tons by 2040, and the nation has no plans of disposing it. Neither does California, a leader in deploying solar panels.

    Only Europe requires a solar panel maker to collect and dispose of solar waste at the end of their 118 lives.* All of which raises the question: just how big of a problem is solar waste? EP investigated the problem to see how it compared to the much more high-profile issue of nuclear waste as well.

    They found;

    Solar panels create 300 times more toxic waste per unit of energy than do nuclear plants. While nuclear waste is contained in heavy drums and regularly monitored, solar waste outside of Europe today ends up in the larger global stream of electronic waste. This will also be a problem in the US, which has more than 1.4 million solar energy installations now in use, including many already near the end of their 25 year lifespan.

    #6607
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    Well, well…a remarkable suggestion, and so succinct and to the point, how refreshing!

    Another consideration to this topic is:

    The technology for “solar panels” is running at such a rapid rate it needs someone (anyone here to respond) to make the choice and be sure they won’t be old tech when they are being installed?  Insane, isn’t it!

    Another item high on the list is:  The “BREAKOUT” or day that the cost of the entire installation or job for this type of work is between 11 to 15 years.  That means you finally pay off the cost of the installation. That means the installation will (or should) be paying for itself, barring any further maintenance…and you know there will always be maintenance!  How many of us will still be on this earth to enjoy that day?

    Note too, making solar panels is a very dirty industry, so to a great degree you make something horribly dirty that makes things cleaner…lol.  If anyone is interested in the report, let me know, and I’ll make sure you get it.

    Using solar panels to save on electricity is a fools game…  The only technology that tech is working on and will certainly be “the future” will be Fuel Cell or Hydrogen (sorry).

    BTW, on another note is the “other blogger,” is writing all about Solar Panel’s with data from the government.  Why?

    Bottom line (again), put the towel on the seat, cover in the window and save hundred’s of thousand’s of dollars.

    #6602
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    I absolutely agree with you, Mr. Brown.  We all have (well most) have parked where those solar cover’s were installed at hotels, motels, etc.  They are so tight to get in and out of because of the placement of the posts that are required of the project, ASIDE OF THE COST AND TECHNOLOGY INVOLVED.

    The poor babies that need this to “protect” their butts (put a towel on the seat), and the steering wheel is so hot (put a window cover in your car) to enjoy your rec center.

    Better than burdening everyone with your need to get that ridiculous cover is just to call Lyft or Uber for the really short ride to the rec center of choice as well.

    Problem solved!

    #6585
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    manually lock your car door-by hitting the lock button inside the car.” 

    Sorry, not possible!

    #6419
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    So let us have some fun.  Why not over pay or under pay by a few cents and make them completely insane!

    #6287
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    Uh Oh…

    Here we go?  As someone who has been THIS BUSINESS (Military, Industrial, and commercial CCTV) for over 45 years, be very careful about what and how you want to see and how you want to record the visuals.  This can get very costly due to the environment and where the placement of the cameras need to be placed.

    Please get all the ducks in a row and be sure to have your RFQ in your hands for your company of choice.  Please understand what equipment you are getting too.

    Another factor is maintenance.  We need to know “going in” that we have some serious environmental considerations too.

    Yes, as was mentioned, we have never had a problem…so what would the budget be to do what you feel would give you the coverages you seek.

    #6243
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    Is this the “new norm” to vet the members of our community before they serve?  Who and why did this occur?

    Does the SCA community coffers have so much money they need to find places to spend it?

    It is not only disgusting, but appalling that the “cancel culture” has intruded into the SCA lifestyle.

    Is it appropriate to let us homeowners how much “these” legal fee’s cost?

    So sad to read this.

     

    #5939
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    Are we back to this, again?

    How many restaurants does Anthem need?

    Seems Mr. Brown is a close to exactly correct he deserves a medal!

    Someone had it right in the past that said, “if you want your restaurant, put YOUR money up to show your support.”  You will make it or not.  Do your thing but not on me.

    So, how many restaurants are there in the general Anthem location….20, 30 at last count.

    Need transportation (?) you have Uber or Lyft now.

    Lets try the old formula of a “Triple Net Lease” to start with.

    Then we don’t have to put up the big bucks for another loser.

     

    #5908
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    Where are any comments about “Waldo,” er’ Wendy?  Did she disappear into oblivion?  All so strange especially after all the back and forth to get on the board.  Very odd at best.

    #5671
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    Re:

    Dick Arendt.

    Once again our community and neighborhood pariah (as described by the dictionary) says OUR:

    pa·ri·ah    /pəˈrīə/   noun

    an outcast.
    he is treated as a social “pariah”

    Similar:
    outcast, persona non grata, leper, reject, untouchable, undesirable, unperson.

    He has proven his unworthiness as (inappropriate, ineligible, shameful, undeserving, unfit, unsuitable, base, beneath, blamable, contemptible, degrading, disgraceful, dishonorable, disreputable, good-for-nothing, ignoble, improper, inexcusable, no-account, no-good, not deserving, not fit, not good enough, , nothing, offensive, out of place, recreant, miscreant, reprehensible, unbecoming, unbefitting, unmerited, unseemly, valueless, vile, wretched SELF.

    As we look at his followers we see the usual few as in what we are seeing in this election cycle where one candidate has tens of thousands of followers, and the other 25 people tops at any given rally.  Are these few as sick too?

    WHAT DRIVES HIM TO DO THESE THINGS?

    Why has he done them for the countless times and never gets a decent result?

    Obviously his aggression comes from a perverted mind.

    We quite frankly are both tired and sick of this creature.  Maybe every community needs a being like this to remind us of what exists in the world to be aware and not put our guard down.

    In any event we wish he’d find so remorse and just quit bothering us with anything that pertains to his demands.  He just never seem to offer any good long term results for this community.

    #5664
    Martin Winger
    Participant

    Bottom line (for me) is that after all these years you have always done the right thing and I cannot find a reason to expect otherwise.  No doubt you probably need a break so enjoy it while you can!

    Otherwise “Fagetaboutit!”

    lol.

     

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