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While Ms. Pipes spins a fine tale.

It should be noted that the article is an op-ed piece and she is fully
welcome to her own opinion. However, it is not journalism,  nor do I believe
that she is a staff writer for the SF Examiner .

Actual energy reporting from the SF Chronicle can be found at their website.

http://www.sfgate.com/energy/


My overly simplistic opinion is;

You cannot have the benefit of a free market economy until there exists a
competitive free market to benefit from.


Robert Shaffer, PE
Santa Cruz, CA


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Subject: Re: Greed and Reward


> Attention SEAINT List members:
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> I offer the following  to the California ENERGY   Thread  message
>
> San Francisco Examiner
> January 14, 2001
>
> How To Create an Energy Crisis
>
> by Sally C. Pipes
>
> Contrary to current belief, creating an energy crisis in California is not
a
> simple matter. To achieve skyrocketing utility bills and brownouts at
current
> levels, with the threat of worse to come, requires a complicated series of
> steps and considerable determination.....................................
>
>   For    full  story   @
>
>   http://www.pacificresearch.org/oped/011401sp.html
> ==========================================
>
> Bob  Johnson
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