Nice Little Protest at the California Public Utilities Commission Foundation Last Night Marred By the SmartMeter People

I don’t know, seems as if PG&E’s cozy relationship with the CA PUC would be the focus of any protest out in front of Clint Reilly’s building at 465 California Street last night, but the anti-SmartMeter people seemed to dominate.

Oh well.

Anyway, take it away, ABC7 KGO-TV’s Heather Ishimaru:

Pipeline safety is a top priority for two new public utilities commissioners and on Thursday afternoon, they promised change, but in the evening they sat down at a swanky dinner party with the very utilities they’re supposed to be regulating”.

The cops and the passersby and the SM people on California last night:

San Bruno Patch has all the deets.

But there was at least one guy out there who didn’t give a flying foxtrot about non-ionizing radiation:

“CPUC DOES NOT NEED CHARITY IT NEEDS TO DO ITS JOB”

Indeed.

This is ought to be fish in a barrel time…

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5 Responses to “Nice Little Protest at the California Public Utilities Commission Foundation Last Night Marred By the SmartMeter People”

  1. RobertWilliams says:

    GET USED TO IT.

    PG&E has already killed people in Hinkley, California and San Bruno California and other places less well known.

    Why are you people complaining about Wireless smart meters? Do you think you and your children deserve better than those adults and children that have already been killed by PG&E?

    PG&E Corporate has a record of lying, covering up, killing and sickening people throughout the state and that’s not going to change.

    I don’t understand you people trying to protect yourselves and your children. Why don’t you people just accept it, like the rest of us.

    It is obvious that PG&E lies for money. But PG&E is the official word and if I go by that and something happens to my wife or children, no one can blame me.

    Also, stop the dam scientists from reporting damage and breaks in DNA chains in human cells and breaches in the blood/brain barrier of lab rats from the smart meter type of radiation and just stop talking about it.

    Just accept it, like the rest of us.

  2. Al says:

    I hate PG&E, but I like Smart Meters. Where is my protest?

  3. sfcitizen says:

    Right here. So noted…

  4. Herr Doktor Professor Deth Vegetable says:

    I hate PG&E, and I also hate smart meters, but that’s just because I’m a luddite.

  5. willow says:

    It just amazes me to see people who “accept” something that is bad for your family’s health and well being. I don’t think any of this should be accepted. It’s very irresponsible to do so.