I will be totally upfront — I have no idea what this post’s title is supposed to refer to. All I know is that it may be a search term that has been used in the likes of Google.
Does it mean anything to you?
Please note that I am doing an edit to this post on August 25, 2012.
I found a PGE (Pacific Gas and Electric Company) website with a May 10, 2011, article titled PG&E Names Geisha Williams as New Top Electric Executive. Can this rather attractive lady be behind the term heading my post?
How many people can there be named Geisha Williams, after all?
Even Reuters carried the announcement about her: PG&E NAMES GEISHA WILLIAMS EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT OF ELECTRIC OPERATIONS.
My own Google search led me to a page on a website called Curtain Rising (http://www.curtainrising.com) — the page was supposedly http://www.curtainrising.com/page.php?id=geisha-williams-pgu0026e. However, attempting to access that specific URL resulted in a declaration that “WE HAVE MOVED!” Further, a link directed to “CLICK HERE.”
Doing so resulted in being relocated to another website called Download Provider (http://www.downloadprovider.me) where there is supposedly a file that can be downloaded that is — coincidentally enough — called “Geisha+williams+pg │ updated” (and an updated date of August 19, 2012, is given).
By the way, does it instill you with confidence to know that .me denotes a domain based in the country of Montenegro?
Now, the site has a number of other links, including a “Free tour.” Yet, despite clicking upon every link there, I was always presented with a sign-up page. The website would not reveal anything of itself — not even “Testimonials.”
I have once before been sucked into joining a website that somehow had a free book download that I was not able to find even a mention of anywhere else. Upon joining — for a small fee — it turned out that none of the download links for the book functioned. I had been scammed. Research of the site revealed that many others had also been similarly scammed. The website was able to somehow reproduce any search term someone made involving a free download, making it appear as if the download being sought was fortuitously available at that website. But it was a lie — a total ruse.
Thus it is, I suspect, with this Download Provider website. After all, how can there possibly be any kind of download called “Geisha+williams+pg │ updated” when that term exists nowhere else? It is not a movie or book — it is not a download at all. It is a new CEO at PGE.
If I am wrong about Download Provider, I will happily recant.
Anyone interested in stepping up to their defence?
By the way, try doing a search on pgu0026e in Google — lots of suggestions, but nary one that does not seem to be a dead end. However, very curiously, I found this website. Notice an image there titled Pitt River Pgu0026e Sign hosted at Panoramio?
Geisha Williams: My Golden Gate Bridge Memory
Published on May 22, 2012 by pgevideo
PG&E’er Geisha Williams, Executive Vice President of Electric Operations, recalls her honeymoon in the San Francisco, and over 70 pictures she took of the Golden Gate Bridge that remind her – to this day – of that special time.