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05-17-2001 02:59 AM
DUMBO30 That was a great one. I wish a/c wasn't so high here in TX. I live in a apt. aprox. 1700 sq. ft, my electric bill for March was 150.00, just received April 225.00. Oh, can't wait till Aug. when it's the hottest time in TX. And every time I turn around Relient charges more.
03-05-2001 04:22 PM
mandymarie01 Well, I am a lucky person then. I am an apartment manager, so I do not have to pay any utilities. But I have had an occation when my property manager told me that our bill was very low and how did I keep it that way. I really don't have a clue. I am always nagging about the tv and the lights being on. I guess i'll stop now that I know it is not a big deal.
03-05-2001 12:59 PM
Kristenph This was very informative. Thanks for sharing it! I'm not going to worry so much about leaving lights on that's for sure!
03-04-2001 04:18 PM
Spaggie That was so cool! And here I thought I was saving big bucks by washing the dishes by hand instead of using the dishwasher. No more dish pan hands for me! LOL! But i don't think I'll tell my family about the TV -- they might want to watch it more!
02-27-2001 09:15 PM
Tara That was cool!
02-27-2001 08:26 PM
postey Thanks Robin! My husband really was right when he said it is okay to leave the TV on - CONSTANTLY!!! LOL
02-05-2001 08:28 PM
Robyn I found this article on energy costs of a home.. I thought it was interesting!!!


http://aolpf.marketwatch.com/source/...current/pf.asp


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