Up to code or not?
You tell me.
Here’s the latest from the the union for our incompetent local power utility, straight outta Vacaville, wherever the Hell that is:
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Is this an image from the charred remains of all those houses that the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers / PG&E burned down in San Mateo County not too long ago? It sure could be, why not?
Take a look.
Oh what’s that, PG&E, it took you a while to own up to being responsible for killing those eight people?
What kind of denial is this, months and months after your killings?
You know, these people? ‘
James Franco, 53 and “Janessa, 13, and Jacqueline Greig, 44; Elizabeth Torres, 81; Jessica Morales, 20, as well three member of the Bullis family — Greg, 50, Will, 17, and Lavonne, 87 “
Here’s the thing, PG&E. Everybody has the right to opt out of PublicPowerSF. So that’s why it’s not going to “nearly double electric generation costs.”
Not everybody in Chinatown is an easily cowed, easily herded stencil voter, right? Consumers will make their own choice – you don’t think that they’re all stupid, do you?
And actually, San Francisco is kind of a hippy town, filled with yuppie-types who will not opt out of public power.
But, of course, if people don’t want to pay extra for juice, they won’t.
It’s as simple as that.
BTW, you all should prolly ID the white Republican lawyer you’re quoting in the ‘Xam here. Otherwise it makes things look like the entire Examiner is agin public power.
The flip side of the latest flyer:
In closing, fuck you PG&E.
Go to Hell.
Or flaming San Bruno, little difference.
There’s genuine lightning over San Francisco tonight.
Check out Trevor Pressman’s brand new 11-second video for proof.
First it was all like this:
Then it was all like this:
And leave us not forget the hail:
And here’s another view, from Bluoz. Striking Bernal Hill:
And here’s KTVU’s effort, a nice shot of simultaneous strikes on our Bay Bridge, showing the Bravo and Delta Towers getting hit:
There aren’t many things from the 1960’s that work as well as they day they were made.
When will this person-hole cover near Divisidero wear out?
Born: October 2, 1969. See that, no fudging of the birthdate, it’s right there, for All to see. How refreshing! (The fact is that if you we’re born in 1970 or thereabouts, you’re middle-aged – welcome to the club.)
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(It says PG&E on it. Shhhh…..)
How old is San Francisco’s oldest manhole cover? No one knows…
Remember all those Plywood Padlock Pigeons hanging above San Francisco a year and a half ago? Sure you do, they were Everywhere You Wanted To Be.
As here, seen back in ought-seven hanging about the MoMA in the SoMA on 3rd Street Willie Brown Way:
Well, now those “berds” from Browne in “Los Berdgeles, CA” can have a place to stay, courtesy of the birdhouses appearing above the Streets of San Francisco these days.
As here, in the Mission, Mission District District, with famous Sutro Tower (it’s analog AND digital, thanks for asking!) in the background:
Hey, have you heard? Teh Berd is the Word.