Battery versus gas mowers
Myth # 5 states "but remember this: Recharging batteries uses electricity, which may come from coal-powered plants" The fact, Bob, is that even if your electricity comes from 100% coal (rare and becoming rarer) and you have the cleanest new gas mower, there is still absolutely no comparison in terms of emissions. Electricity is much cleaner and not spewing toxins 4 feet below your nose. There are other misstatements; some of your myths on this topic are backed up by myths. Battery power is getting better. faster, and cheaper every day, a major threat to companies like Briggs & Stratton who are working hard to socialize your myths.
Here's a fact, BVO24836, Bob doesn't read these posts so stop acting like you are talking to him directly. Batteries are not getting better and cheaper though the companies in China that make these batteries have brain washed your little peanut brain into thinking so. Do you have a twat knot on your head by any chance? Yeah, I thought so.
BV024840 Unfortunately for you, most people are smart enough to verify facts and are not conspiracy theorists. Those of you who rejects facts and science, know no other way than to double down on your conspiracy theories and will keep your gas machines and gas guzzling trucks until you die. I hope the price of gas doubles, as that will be the only thing that may compel you to look for alternatives.