1. I’m sure the Board member’s fees are quite modest; Calif. customers know that they deserve every penny of it 🙂

  2. The PG&E Board of Directors: “You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.” Well, you probably will find another wretched hive, but this one will do for now.

  3. Robert Barricklow

    What ever happened to that ancient concept of “public” utilities?
    Of which, the Bank should be top priority.
    The Financial magician accounting background of Chew should dispense w/any legitimacy. The rest simply follow suite[as in corporate fascism suits].

    1. Small world, I remember Richard Kelly from the 80/90’s, when I worked for Xcel Energy. These guys keep going and going, can’t give up their power egos.

      1. Robert Barricklow

        It is indeed a small world Sandygirl.
        The ego is not an innocent bystander. While it claims to have our own best interests at heart, in its relentless pursuit of attention and power it undermines the very goals it sets out to achieve. If we want a more satisfying existence, we have to teach it to loosen up. How we interact with our own ego is up to us.
        Before his enlightenment, the Buddha. did battle with a fearsome and wily god named Mars, who represented his ego. Even after his battle and Buddha’s enlightenment; Mars remained a force to reckon with. After the ecstasy, it is said, comes the laundry.

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