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RE: El Paso, TX

Probably because 80% of residents have a license to carry! :D El Paso is not in NM, but is in Texas. The NM state line is also the northern line of El Paso. You can get shot in either one, take your pick. Is El Paso a safe city? Safewise ranked El Paso #6 in the Top 10 Safest Metro Cities for 2019 with populations over 300,000 and as 7th in 2018.Jun 12, 2020 https://www.google.com/search?q=el+paso+crime+stats&oq=el+paso+crime+stats&aqs=chrome..69i57j0i22i30l4.5527j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
paulcardoza 04/27/21 07:25am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: El Paso, TX

AGREED! I would put El Paso at the very bottom of my places to visit list. Carlsbad Caverns is ~~2 hours east of there. That's as close as I would go to El Paso! I worked in El Paso for about 2 years. Don't quite know what you can find to do for 3 days. Military town due to Fort Bliss. Juarez across the border is too dangerous. In southeastern New Mexico you can do Carlsbad Caverns and Guadalupe National Park.
paulcardoza 04/26/21 06:17am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cell Phone Restart

I reboot ~~ once per week. Seems to be frequent enough for me. (iPhone 12 Pro)
paulcardoza 03/18/21 06:20am Technology Corner
RE: wind power

This is exactly today's biggest hurdle for wind/solar reliance. Battery technology is far from ready to cover needs during days when the wind is calm or the sun is blocked. A common thread regarding wind and solar power generation is about the lack of bulk storage for the periods those technologies are not generating power. Battery technology is improving, but still has a long way to go for the bulk capacities needed for fossil fuel power plant replacement. But there is an old tried and true power storage technology that's been around for years and is now seeing renewed interest. Take a look at these articles on pumped storage: Pumped storage gets a boost (or two) in the US And this one from Duke Energy: Pumped-Storage Hydro Plants
paulcardoza 02/22/21 08:17am Around the Campfire
RE: Brady Bowl 10

The TB defense won the game. They had Mahomes running for his life all game. It was a stellar performance. Brady was just Brady..... Phemomenal. Barret should have gotten CO-MVP ... he was in the backfield all night long. Maybe the NFL should give out a Offense MVP and a Defense MVP. The game was truly a team effort, like a machine. That's how Brady operates so well, he builds a team and gives credit to the team when it wins. The only 'I' in his team is the one at the end of Gronk's name. :) Mahomes learned a lesson last night - hope he uses that lesson to make himself a better QB. Romo kept making excuses for KC, players hurt, Mahomes hurt. These guys get paid a lot of money ... the best of the best athletes. No excuses. All teams get players hurt, some step up, some don't.
paulcardoza 02/08/21 07:52am Around the Campfire
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