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Carcharias 3 months
Yea maybe, but the energy weapon angle the conspiracy theorists were pushing sounds way cooler. 🤷‍♀️ Just sayin, credit where credit’s due. :)
NeverMetTheGuy 3 months
... which is why I'm sticking to the Lazer Beams from Space theory. Then if it turns out to be true one day, immediately regret it.

Hannibal 3 months
Yep, California forestry regulations such as not clearing underbrush or having consistent controlled burns had zero effect. Nothing to see here...

Leon Jones (LiLFunnyMan) 3 months
Here come the rate increases.

Evil Smoo 3 months
This is a good argument for regulation. Sure, it costs the company money, so... less jobs. But... they don't burn down an entire state, which seems kind of important.
LetsBeReasonable 3 months
Regulation is most often not the answer. Accountability is, corporate entities create too much protection for the individuals who run them so when something like this happens no one is held to account. Instead PG&E files bankruptcy avoids all the money it owes and in turn raises its rates on consumers. Regulations will just be another added "reason" for rates to be raised, further hurting consumers and benefitting PG&E's bottom line.
Beisht Kione 3 months
What couldve this company done to prevent this?
paddy 3 months
the could have had systems in place to prevent lines from going un-maintained for extended periods. whatever they were dong wasn't working clearly.

Rocky LeBlanc 3 months
But I thought it was global warming and... Blah blah blah Trump did it!