Month: January 2016

Deals on Electricity in Texas

My wife and I just bought a house in Texas and we are looking forward to moving in and to starting our new lives in the state of Texas. I think that it is going to be a good experience for the two of us. I am not really sure how long it is going to be, exactly, before we move into the new house, but I think it is going to be rather soon. So I am checking out this website for Texas electricity providers and trying to find some info that will help me to pick an electricity provider to go with.

I am pretty sure that we should try to go with the lowest rate available, but maybe there are some other considerations that would be worth taking into mind before we make our choice. I do not know much about electricity in Texas, except for the fact that it is not regulated here and so there are a lot of companies to choose from, which is something that I can say I have never experienced before. But it is kind of nice to have choices, I can tell you that much.

I like to have choices with regards to pretty much anything, because when one company is the only company that you can buy smiting from, there is nothing really stopping them from making you pay whatever they want. It’s like the company that made a ridiculous increase in the price of some medication that is used to treat AIDS. Absolutely deplorable, but they were the only company that could make the medicine at the time due to copyright protections or whatever, and so they were able to do that. Of course, the guy in charge of the company is in jail now, but that is a different story.

Live to Travel the World

I like to travel quite a bit. For me there is nothing like the freedom which travelling is able to provide to a person; to see the wider world that’s beyond your own nation’s boundaries is the ultimate expression of human freedom. It’s a basic fundamental human right to be able to travel. Indeed, it’s something that humankind has done throughout the entirety of its own meager youthful existence on the planet. We’ve migrated to every continent on the planet so what’s to stop me from working at a shop printing in Brisbane even if I’m from the United States – Kentucky, of all places. When I look back on my Facebook to see how few of my friends from high school have chosen to travel themselves I’m always blown away. Some of them haven’t even left the tiny town that the majority of us grew up in and fewer still have actually left the state itself. Read more… »