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W. Kamau Bell Oct 9
"The judge declined to impose more sweeping changes that he’d earlier floated, including requiring PG&E to inspect its entire electrical grid. Lawyers for PG&E said that would take years to complete & be prohibitively expensive." Just awful.
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kim Oct 9
Nothing like getting 2.5 million people to use candlelight to reduce the chances of fire
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Michael Schmeltz Oct 9
Being in the East Bay, I find this inane and a waste of resources. They should have been preparing for these events years ago instead of catering to their profits/shareholders. We've exchanged one disaster for another 🙄
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Rachel Kim Oct 9
The level of incompetence from the is really something: • Website with outage information crashes • Timing of outages changing • No clear sense of when the power will come back on So the only positive from this is we are reminded of why monopolies suck.
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Jenna Oct 9
Hey , are you going to provide those supplies for people who can't afford them? Replace the food for people on limited or fixed incomes who just lost everything in their fridge? What about disabled people who need power for their essential medical devices?
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~Marietta Oct 9
Wow. So now you are advising people that they may not want to use back up power for the power you've turned off because of possible wildfire hazards that now has 800,000 people using candles. Wow. 😏
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Silver Rockwell Oct 9
First they burn down my county with bad equipment. Then they say they are gonna raise our monthly bills to cover being sued and we have no say in that, Now they can just shut our power off anytime they want with less than 12hours notice. WTF is going on here???
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Brad Heintz Oct 9
Facebook: Check it out! Dark mode in Messenger! Apple: Oh yeah? Well we'll do dark mode in ALL OF iOS! PG&E: Hold my beer.
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Viana Oct 9
The more I learn about this the more I think this company deserves to be dismantled
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Cat Brooks Oct 9
thinking about the homeless who use streetlights, workers who’ll be sent home w/o pay, elderly living alone, the disabled who need technology, the sick who need energy reliant machines to live
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blackness everdeen 🐺 Oct 9
is a reminder that gas and electricity - which impacts our daily lives - should not be privately owned. A private company has no accountability and their greed can never be checked. Power to the people - literally ✊🏾💡
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Nina Sheridan Oct 9
The power is out, but the bars in Sonoma are still serving
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Lorenzo De Janeiro Oct 9
Last year PG&E burned NorCal cities to the ground. To make up for it, this year they are leaving them in the dark. Every exec should be fired.
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Lilly Oct 9
Here’s the truth as to WHY this is happening.
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Olivia Smith Oct 9
My town is out of water bottles, Ramen, batteries, and gas. Our power has not been shut off yet, and we can't get a straight answer out of PG&E when this is going to happen. It was midnight, then noon, then 2pm and now they're saying 8. It's chaos.
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Stephen Deng Oct 9
This is wild. First: 1.5 days Then: Up to 7 days!! Now: <1 day Town went from buying backup flashlight batteries to full-on Mad Max and now to a quiet evening with a book. I imagine I'll be hunting for food with the next update.
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Josh the future ghost Oct 9
Bay Area residents, remember, if you don’t have enough food stocked for your family, you can always eat the rich
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Elizabeth Lawrence Oct 9
First my power was going off at midnight. Then noon. Then 8 pm. Now word is 10pm. PG&E also set up a 2nd website which immediately crashed and they’ve deleted the tweet and you can’t make this shit up
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spoopy liv 🎃 Oct 9
where is she it’s 8pm
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Dimitri Fire Emblem Oct 10
If you're going to fuck over thousands of people, at least do it on time assholes.
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