Texan Power Grid
#1
Texas has it's own power grid so it does not have to deal with the federal government.
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Wow.
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#2
Texas also borders a major other country, which would also have it's own electricity separate from the USA Federal Government.

Electricity is a widely traded resource, and it makes trading sense to have a neutral middleman between the US Feds and the Mexican Government.

Edit: just found out that the texas system is completely closed, with not even an international high-powered transmission link between it and mexico. This is trading nonsense, there's easy economic profit to be made here and i suspect they're not doing it for political reasons
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#3
http://www.forbes.com/sites/christopherh...4633026fb4


http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2...can-market
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#4
(09-23-2016, 05:58 AM)xZenxMomentx Wrote: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2...can-market

at least someone's trying to improve the system.

sadly it seems that someone else wants political power.
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#5
If only Enron had been a good company...

Texas is well placed geopolitically to be a major Electricity Trader, becoming the Middleman between North and South America

Everyone would gain from this arrangement through cheaper electricity bills, And Texas would gain from trading profit.

The new company should split trading profit as follows:

25% to investors (the stock market)
25% to the workers (wages)
25% to the government (tax)
25% to charity (lego to syrian refugee camps)

I believe absolutely no one should be pissed off by this proposal? correct?
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#6
If Trump is going to negotiate this deal, I would recommend the following profit split:

20% to Investors
20% to Workers
20% to Tax
20% to Charity
10% to Trump
10% to Trump's Advisor's.

His election pledge is that he will get a better deal.
If you don't trust him, vote Hillary.

If you don't give a shit about anyone or anything, don't vote at all.
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#7
Notice how even Minetexas Anarchy Server benefits from this deal:

Lower Electricity Prices Means Cheaper Running Costs For Server Hardware

That Means Atar Needs Less Money To Cover Running Costs

Which Means Better Server Hardware

And DDOS Protection

Also Means Cheaper Frat Badges, And Special Donation Packages

That Means More Frats, More Greentext, More Brands, More Tyler, More Memes, More Players

Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah

Rinse

Repeat
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#8
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