WorkHard's comment history

WorkHard said...

Ernest,

You are sadly misinformed. TVA does use power from outside the area. We enjoy some of the lowest rates in the country so why would we want to bring in others so we could raise it? You seem to beating your own drum, I guess you are going to write a book. Your web site is nothing more than self serving dribble. So where do they land the black helicopters? While catastrophic damage is expensive the costs for such things are built into budgets. Do you think no one plans for tornados? I was inside a TVA nuclear plant during the storm and the everyone and everything was safe. The plant operations people worked through their plans and we came out the otherside with no damage to the units. TVA has not nor will it ask for money from the Federal government to repair the damage. So are you inside the "2500 mile fence" as you call it or somewhere else? You spend so much time trashing TVA tell us just where are you from?

April 28, 2011 at 11:30 p.m.
WorkHard said...

If no one was working how did it get built? Did it appear by magic? Of course it did not. What you are probaly ignorant of is all the changes that Watts Bar was forced to make in the middle of the construction. there was Chernobyl and Three Mile Island and the fire in the Spreader Room at Browns Ferry. Those incidents caused the NRC and TVA to make changes to the plant that added years to the project. Many of the problems were blamed on craft were in fact engineering blunders and lies told by supervision. If you read the divorce document he said he was sending to money to Iran to invest it not to help his family. So if it is ok with you to send $600,000 to a country that considers itself an enemy of this country then you should hop the next plane and move there. He was not caring and generous to the people whose blood, sweat, and tears built this job. He could care less about the craft workers who put this place online. By your tone you are the same. I am not a moron but you seem to support a man who violates federal law.

February 4, 2011 at 2:56 a.m.
WorkHard said...

Voice of Truth, I am neither lazy, incompentent nor foolish and I come to work to WORK. I find your remarks that because I am "glad" to see him go I do not deserve to work for TVA to be a rude and offensive remark to every craftsman who comes here everyday to get Unit 2 online. I was here when they threw the switch and put Unit 1 into commercial operation and I worked hard for years to see that happen. Mr. Bajestani has violated state and federal law on several different instances (Lying about his "property hardship to obatin money, sending that money to Iran to invest in a property in Tehran, violating restrating orders during his divorce) and I am quite sure that throwing a telephone in a meeting with Westinghouse employees was some other type of infraction that would cause him to lose his position. His divorce is online if anyone doubts this that he testified under oath that he sent $600,000 to Tehran, Iran to "specifically buy some property back in Tehran". Look it up yourself.

February 3, 2011 at 1:36 a.m.
WorkHard said...

His divorce became public information and his blatant disregard for Federal tax code (by lying about his emergency disbursement of funds) and by funneling that money to Iran shows his utter disregard for the rules and regulations of the same government he was employed by. Sending money and visiting Iran while being a site vice president of the only nuclear power plant under construction in the United States was at the least foolish. Is it not illegal to send money to Iran? He could not do it directly from this country so he had to funnel the money through a family member in Canada. He stated in his divorce he is buying property in Iran. Can an American citizen own property in Iran? That would be bad enough but this man was the site vice president for the Tennessee Valley Authority at a multibillion dollar project and had access to plant secrets that he could have easily sent to Iran. His divorce is public information and accessible online. He hid thousands of dollars and sent hundreds of thousands to Iran. I work at Watts Bar and have for many years. I am glad to see him gone.

February 1, 2011 at 12:35 a.m.
WorkHard said...

His divorce became public information and his blatant disregard for Federal tax code (by lying about his emergency disbursement of funds) and by funneling that money to Iran shows his utter disregard for the rules and regulations of the same government he was employed by. Sending money and visiting Iran while being a site vice president of the only nuclear power plant under construction in the United States was at the least foolish. Is it not illegal to send money to Iran? He could not do it directly from this country so he had to funnel the money through a family member in Canada. He stated in his divorce he is buying property in Iran. Can an American citizen own property in Iran? That would be bad enough but this man was the site vice president for the Tennessee Valley Authority at a multibillion dollar project and had access to plant secrets that he could have easily sent to Iran. His divorce is public information and accessible online. He hid thousands of dollars and send hundreds of thousands to Iran. I work at Watts Bar and have for many years. I am glad to see him gone.

February 1, 2011 at 12:18 a.m.
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