In $GOD we trust. All others must pay cash.
(your choice as to how to define $GOD)
I went for the Spinal Tap album cover and general heavy metal first, but HHGTTG was the obvious next place to go.
I don't know if San Francisco itself wants that. The Bay Guardian was agitating for it for years, but that doesn't mean the city as a whole was in favor of it. Besides, they've got the Hetch Hetchy Dam providing much of their power supply, and it's been more reliable than much of the rest of the Bay Area's power.
Seems like it to me. But it doesn't sound like the NSA; they're usually better at it than that.
Dude! It says "The page you were looking for doesn't exist." Oh, noes, he was successful!
What's a publicly-owned utility doing trying to hide the negative reputation of its CEO? Leave aside the question of whether the folks they hired to do it could do the job at the price they were charging, they still should have the guts to admit that the CEO they hired is the CEO they hired, and if they don't have the guts to do that, they should have hired somebody who didn't need reputation-washing.
Reasonably priced LED light bulbs that put out enough light to be useful for room lighting are a pretty new thing. I haven't seen =$10 bulbs with lumens equivalent to 60-watt incandescents until last year, though it's possible they've been around slightly longer, and I'm still waiting to see cheap LED bulbs that are equivalent to 100 or 150-watt incandescents. And yes, CFLs have been around for a while, and have probably been cheap for 4-5 years, and most of the hard-to-reach light fixtures in my ceilings have them, and sometimes they burn out. These days, if they do, I replace them with LEDs.
That's efficiency. Energy saving really is the watts; whether the amount of light the choices put out is enough, not enough, or more than enough is a separate question. For night-lights, not much is still usually enough.
The Powers That Be have never frozen any of my accounts, but thugs have burglarized my house more than once.
Interestingly enough, I've had the TPTB freeze all my accounts, but have never had my house burglarized.
And there are plenty of other use-cases for people wanting their name decoupled from their deeds.
Not all of them are exactly bad, either.
You're using an operating system built by an advertising company and you expect privacy?
Spoken like a true AC.