#3
A day

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17 days last month thanks to Hurricane Matthew


I'd literally kill myself
#4
About 2 weeks when I was visiting my grandparents during a flood. They usually get their power cut off for 6-8 hours every day in the summer anyway so they're used to it and it isn't too difficult to adjust to.
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#5
Quote by StewieSwan
A day


I'd literally kill myself


Well really it was only 6 or so days because I bought a generator
#6
About four days to a week. For a while it was every day from 7 to 12 and 4 to 8 (which meant that waking up at 8 pm and sleeping at 10 am was a valuable asset).
#7
Perhaps 9 hours a couple of years back.

Something made a local transformer explode and it disrupted some shit or something.
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yes every night of my entire life i go to bed crying because i wasnt born american
#9
hurricane Rita
hurricane Ike
missed like 2-3 weeks worth of school time between those 2 ayyeee
wasn't so bad living so far from the real disaster, but yeah electricity not working was a bish, had to read a ton of books to pass the time.

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#10
Ha i grew up with solar power. So never, or 18 years. However you want to look at it.