Don’t Bother Attacking the Installation Workers, SmartMeters are Already Here in San Francisco

See? Despite what the headlines say, they’re here right now. They’ve been radiating away in town for so long they’re dusty and stuff. And you haven’t died yet, right?

Remember when Arnold Schwarzenegger wanted to bend the rules in order to spray you with chemicals from the air in order to fight the Light Brown Apple Moth in order to protect some industry that you don’t give a whit about? Well, that was a different situation, we can talk about that sometime.

But SmartMeters, they can’t hurt you. Yes, even you, even if you are “especially sensitive” to SmartMeters.

So don’t throw yourself in front of the fleet of trucks coming down Lombard or anything. You should allow the installation workers to come onto your propertah, cause, you know, you have nothing to fear.

And if anybody tells you any different, they are, best case scenario, patronizing you

As seen in San Francisco back in 2010, broadcasting your private personal information about how much of the G in PG&E you’ve been using. The ‘lectricity SmartMeters look a little  different:

Jack DAngelo likes:

When they knock on your front door
How you gonna come?
With your hands on your head
Or on the trigger of your gun?

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  2. SlideSF says:

    They are here, but how come all their vans have Florida license plates?

  3. sfcitizen says:

    Did not know that.

    The last time PG&E had some big electoral push, there were some white vans with Nevada plates ferrying around election “volunteers.” Maybe the pay is so high, people want to come here for projects like this one.

    Did PG&E contract out the SmartMeter conversion to save money?