- Jul 27, 2004
I never said we get hurricanes in the mountains, but we get swamped with people seeking higher/safer ground because of hurricanes, and virtually none of them could make it here on a 200'ish mile range of an EV. But of course you choose to say I did, so you could respond.Do you have a lot of hurricanes on your mountain? Or is that why you're a mountain man, you're so fucking scared of storms that are what ifs that you'll shit your pants over what ifs about electric cars?
Forest fires are an issue, that's why my property is fire safe'ed. 30' low fuel area around structure, no ladder fuels, etc. Asside form that your 'what if' bull is just that. A bit childish don't you think, next are you going to insult my daddy?And what if oil poisons your land? What then? What if your mountain gets leveled for coal? What if forest fire comes along and blows up your natural gas house? Or one of your neighbors decides to annihilate their family and blows it up by letting it fill with gas and it blows up your house? What if a tornado sucks up your gasoline and catches fire? What if the world was made of pudding?
Bull fucking shit. They're concerned with the actual hurricane and overall public safety, not people with electric cars