So many empty buses running all over the place, and they think we need a train? Another big feel good waste of taxpayer money. The state said "no" and these folks just can't seem to take no for an answer. I hope Durham wises up before it is too late and says "no" also.
As always, that holdover from the "China Syndrome" anti nuke days NC WARN screams the sky is falling and they of course wrong once again, and they will be ignored, thank heavens.
WRAL.com estimated that the loss was about $500M, which is less than .001 (1/10 of 1%) of the State Economy.
I am relieved that you are not sad, Sogno.
And I am happy to see that you at least are knowledgeable in the liberal art of English Studies.
Sogno- Please accept my apologies for making you sad. It was not my intent. I was being honest.
I hope you get to the bottom of the huge conspiracy that you have uncovered.
Sogno- I have no idea how to get into the "shill/con" game. I have never worked for a utility- or been an elected official. Maybe you should try one or both of those. Best of luck to you.
Not sure why one monopoly is worse than two. Duke Energy is one of the best run utilities in the US.
I hope Nuclear power continues to be viable. I doubt that wind and solar could fill in a 60 percent energy gap if coal and gas are in fact eliminated.
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