On Apr 17, 9:23 pm, "HeyBub" <hey...@NOSPAMgmail.com> wrote:
> Paul Drahn wrote:I was driving from the airport in Seattle a few years back.
> > On 4/15/2012 8:33 AM, Way Back Jack wrote:
> >> in terms of energy savings, privacy, fire risk, and, most
> >> importantly, health ramifications. Thank You.
> > First, let me say my electronic assembly service company built several
> > thousand printed circuit boards a few years ago that were used in a
> > smart meter demonstration in Tacoma, WA. I can assure everyone there
> > is no capability in any so-called smart meter to remotely shut off
> > your electricity. In Oregon, that would in fact be illegal. To
> > disconnect a customer's power, a service person must first determine
> > there is no medical reason for service to be uninterrupted at that
> > location. then they can pull the meter.
> As I type this, I'm waiting for CenterPoint to flip a switch at Electricity
> It will be done without a visit from any of their employees. I've had it
> Of course I'm not in Washington state. Things in Washington are done
They had just gotten some light snow, maybe an inch.
Boy, what a disaster. Accidents everywhere, cars in
ditches. Being from
the NYC area, I thought it was because they probably
don't get much snow and don't know how to drive. But
maybe there were other factors.....
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