Video from Monday’s PG&E Protest in San Francisco

Thanks to EON as always for their documentation of these events.  It’s a long video, but do be sure to note that about 42:30 in the video when the PG&E representative says “Josh (Hart, Director of Stop Smart Meters!) has to stay out.”

We both had petitions from the public but only Voge Smith was allowed in to present hers.  We just want to let you know PG&E- the discrimination hurts. All we wanted was to say hi to spokesperson Greg Snapper and compliment him on his excellent diary.  Oh well- at least we had a chance to get the message across to shareholders as they entered the building.

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2 Responses to Video from Monday’s PG&E Protest in San Francisco

  1. Richard says:

    “All we wanted was to say hi to spokesperson Greg Snapper and compliment him on his excellent diary.” >> If that’s all you wanted, then I’m not surprised they denied you access.

    You’ll catch more flies with honey than with vinegar…The “diary” posted on April Fool’s Day was just vinegar, plain and simple.

    Or maybe the reps were just anticipating that they wouldn’t be able to get a word in edgewise, as in this interview – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPCdiR20KM8

    I’m not trolling for a reaction here…But any hope for an interview or meeting with anyone inside the company WILL BE predicated on the reputation established in previous interviews.

    Good luck 🙂

    • Richard- We have no honey for PG&E. Their flies have flown and aren’t going to be caught regardless. Maybe the smell of vinegar will rouse the sleeping giant known as the public. As far as Mahlon is concerned, he had a chance to explain his position. And to take a different stand when ecological damage evidence was presented. He – along with Ecology Action and other corporate enviro groups- deserve the criticism.

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