If All You See…

…is a world flooded by carbon pollution, you might just be a Warmist

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2 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. Dana says:

    With electric car charging taking so long, it’s no surprise that this stuff happens:

    Watch How Electric Car Drivers ‘Steal’ Charging Opportunities
    Disconnect another EV and connect yours, right?
    Nov 25, 2021 at 8:23pm ET
    By: Mark Kane
    Here is an example of something that appears to happen more often that we thought it would, as EV drivers were supposed to have some EV etiquette.

    It occurred at an ordinary charging station with AC Level 2 charging points in the U.S. (date unknown). According to Wham Baam Dangercam’s video, a Tesla car was actively charging, while another EV driver appeared and decided to disconnect it.

    It seems that the woman then started her own session and tried to connect a Kia Soul EV. Everything was recorded by the Tesla Sentry Mode.

    At a later point, the Tesla driver reportedly recognized the same Kia and left printed pictures of the woman “stealing the charger” under the windshield wiper with info “If you really need it, please leave us a note next time.”

    In recent weeks we have seen a few such videos, including a BMW i3 driver and a Toyota RAV4 Prime plug-in hybrid driver (that one was bizarre).

    Well, maybe that’s just human nature and until everything is recorded and everyone will be conscious about being recorded, we will see more and more such events.

    • Professor Hale says:

      I don’t have an EV so I don’t know what the underlaying concept here is. I expect this was at some sort of public charging stating, so nothing was actually “stolen”. The women paid for her own electricity “session”. The Tesla guy had an unrealistic expectation that he had a superior claim to a public station than the Kia EV driver. If he felt that way, he should have stayed with his car to protect his claim.

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