On Fri, 11 May 2007 13:20:00 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The goo is added by your power company to prevent electron retention
problems. They remove the residue from your tank every February 30th,
when no one's looking.
That also explains why February seems so short. It's actually as long
as every other month. People really are gullible. They believe their
randyjustin@___mail.com wrote in news:ijd843puc6mkl8mpp9cnjjs5hiqgjh1ba8@
Remember that I = E/R
This means that you get about 3.1416 volts per foot that the tank is above
your house. If your tank is lower than your neighbor's then although you'd
have a little lower voltage, it would last longer.
On Fri, 11 May 2007 04:36:50 -0500, randyjustin@___mail.com wrote:
There is no point to saying "more gallons of electricity" because they
also hold more pints, more quarts, more cups, more teaspoonsful, more
litres, more bushels, and more pecks of electricity.
It would be better to say just that they hold more electricity.
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