Righteous Wrath
Online Community

A place for you to stop, join in, and have some fun with
like minded, all around good hearted, and
fun lovin people.
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We have lots of great discussions and would love for you to join us!

We're retro, we use good old posting forums!
RW Forums

Latest Forum Posts

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Online Community with Long Roots!

The Righteous Wrath is a group of like minded people that come together in our Online Community to share our thoughts, ideas, and impressions of the world around us.  We started out as a guild/community of gamers out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in the late 1990s and have since grew into so much more.  We welcome anyone whom may be interested in joining our little corner of the internet, just drop us a line on our forums to get started!

Discuss with Us!

Nothing is better than the good old forum postings that have survived the ages of the internet.  With our long roots online, The Righteous Wrath has always had some method of discussing a host of various topics in some form.  Come join us, post something or respond to something, and expand our lives with your ideas, thoughts, stories and anything else you can think of.  Your imagination can be your only limit, confined only by the technology of today.

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Latest Forum Posts

Man gets stuck in the "balls" sculpture

I think this is the first time I've seen them in forever but this is both hilarious and tragic

Farewell West Edmonton Mall hello Universal Studios

Say goodbye to Phase I and II, goodbye to the the current look and feel of Phase III

Say hello to Universal Studios $8 billion expansion project

EPCOR bill cut in half

Just got the automated email about the automated withdrawal for the EPCOR (electric) bill for February, it's literally half of what I budget - $125.53 instead of the budgeted $250.

This shocked me.  So I had a look at it and bills over the last year.  Here's what I noticed:

  • in February I used less kWh than in the 11 months before it (669kWh)
  • the price appears to have been capped at 13.5/kWh as of Jan 1
  • the previous two bills had a $50 GoA credit, this one had a $75 GoA credit
  • total price is almost $0.31/kWh without the GoA credit applied, due to transmission and distribution costs
    (gotta remember that when comparing EVs to gas)

Happy New Year! Here's to 2023!

Hope you all had a great 2022 and can't wait for 2023

Happy New Year everyone 🥳