Oh man, RPD General Manager Phil Ginsburg is NOT going to like seeing this. ‘Cause the daredevil seen below didn’t take a time-out to thank lawyer Phil Ginsburg for being appointed as RPD general manager.
Now, there’s a safety line, but this video is scary nevertheless.
As seen near Land’s End, near the Golden Gate Bridge:
So PG&E and former PG&E workers now employed at the CPUC are upset because the paltry $300,000,000 that it’s going to have to “send to Sacramento” as punishment for killing eight people in San Bruno? Well, gee, if I were in charge, it would be $1,000,000,000 and if these interested parties started yammering about “giving” all that money “to the Legislature,” then I’d say fine, just withdraw it in cash, put it in a field and then burn it.
Just anything to teach you a lesson, PG&E.
So you have Appointed Mayor Ed Lee in your back pocket, and you have former Mayor Willie Brown acting as one of your lobbyists. Good for you, PG&E! But it doesn’t mean that you’re not the worst large utility in America.
Think on that, you Pigs, Giraffes, and Elephants.
Anywho, before you can see a Justin Bieber video on the YouTube, this is what you have to watch these days. And that’s per some dude on Twitter, so you can bank on it. But I saw it afore some other video so there’s that.
Now officially, this ad is from PG&E’s house union, but we all know it’s from PG&E. (PG&E can’t exactly do this kind of ad itself, it’s not allowed.)
Here it is:
Of course, you’ll have the option of opting out of public power, so what’s the big deal?
IDK, I think this dude’s court-appointed mouthpiece would be happier if dude hadn’t turned off Find My iPhone before negotiating the $180 finder’s fee.
“Uploaded on Jul 10, 2013
A friend of mine dropped her phone. This guy found it, and demanded $180 to get it back after disabling ‘Find My iPhone’. The police agreed to set up the sting. The guy you see from the back in the hat is the undercover cop. He goes to pay the guy and the three others move in. Especially notice the one flick out his baton. At this point, I am asked to stop filming, but allowed to continue after informing the officer of my rights. He only asked I moved a little down the block, which I complied with.
I don’t know, just last month I saw actual rickshaws in Japan, where the name comes from. But rickshaws are banned in some other parts of the world for being too dehumanizing or demeaning or something.