Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas!

Have a safe and wonderful holiday!


9 Comments on “Merry Christmas”

  1. Stay safe and warm today…🎄🎄🎄

  2. dakinikat says:

    Have a great day! The festivus miracle here is that freezing temps are gone!! Now the work of putting things to normal !!!

  3. dakinikat says:

    Another bus just arrived outside
    @VP residence. One man tells me that traveled 2 days from Texas and he came from Ecuador. He said he was happy to be here. Bus includes children and women- moved to another bus by aid workers on ground after standing outside briefly in 14 degrees

    and Fucking Gregg Abbott undoubtedly went to church, filled his belly, and felt all Christian smug about it …

    Is this what America and American Christians are about these days?

  4. dakinikat says:

    TACOMA WA
    Over 7,000 were left without power after three Tacoma Power substation facilities attacked
    Tacoma Public Utilities and law enforcement are investigating the incident.
    https://www.king5.com/article/news/local/tacoma/over-7000-without-power-tacoma-power-substation-facilities-attacked/281-44300386-22ed-4a5f-ade2-9f74a72284ab

    • NW Luna says:

      What is going on in this country??? This only damages the common people for the most part.

      Sunday marked the latest incidents in a string of attacks on electricity substations in Washington and Oregon this winter. The motives are unclear. But energy experts have warned the power grid is a prize target for domestic terrorists.

      A U.S. Department of Homeland Security memo warned in January that extremist groups have been creating “credible, specific plans” to attack power facilities since at least 2020. This month, two North Carolina electricity substations were shot up and damaged, causing thousands of people to lose power. The damage to the Pierce County substations didn’t appear as extensive. Moss said the equipment didn’t show signs of firearm damage.

      Puget Sound Energy, the Cowlitz County Public Utility District, Portland General Electric and the Bonneville Power Administration told The Seattle Times they were cooperating with a federal investigation after substation attacks in November. One of the attacks occurred over the Thanksgiving holiday. A fence was cut and equipment damaged at a substation in Clackamas, Oregon, according to the Bonneville Power Administration.

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