Texas Luring Jobs Away From California With Promises Of Electricity, from The Babylon Bee

U.S.—New billboards have been popping up in California with the slogan “Move to Texas: We have electricity!” Many see this as a play to lure jobs away from California, as many jobs rely on electricity, especially in the modern economy. This could especially be attractive to jobs in the tech sector.
Roy Rivera, a tech analyst with decades of experience in cutting edge technology, explained that “a lot of tech uses electricity.” He then pointed to a chart showing that tech businesses can be at least 300% more effective when they have power.

California Governor Gavin Newsom was dismissive of Texas’s claims, though. “They’re making false claims of being able to deliver electricity 24/7,” Newsom said, “but it just can’t be done.” Newsom was also dismissive of the Lone Star State’s other claims, such as affordable housing, plenty of water, cheap gas, plastic straws, and not constantly being on fire. “It sounds made up,” said Newsom. “I don’t even think there is a Texas.”

California plans to fight back. It’s now working on a wall to keep people and jobs from leaving California. The planned wall should extend along the entire California border, except for the southern part.

https://babylonbee.com/news/texas-luring-jobs-away-from-california-with-promises-of-electricity

2 responses to “Texas Luring Jobs Away From California With Promises Of Electricity, from The Babylon Bee

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  2. Thank God for Gavin Newsom: The governor of California said 24/7 electricity is unachievable, even in Texas!

    I wonder why we Nigerians have been disillusioned on ‘wishful thinking The Nigerian government can give us 24/7 electricity since independence from Britain in 1960.

    No wonder we always had 2/24/7 or 60/365 days of electricity but Michael Faraway never planned it this way.

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