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Friday, February 19, 2016

The obnoxious and obtuse left

The leftist technocrats of San Francisco don't seem to grasp that when the revolution comes, they're going to be among the first strung up. And in light of their entitled attitudes, deservedly so.
I am writing today, to voice my concern and outrage over the increasing homeless and drug problem that the city is faced with. I’ve been living in SF for over three years, and without a doubt it is the worst it has ever been. Every day, on my way to, and from work, I see people sprawled across the sidewalk, tent cities, human feces, and the faces of addiction. The city is becoming a shanty town… Worst of all, it is unsafe.

This holiday weekend, I had my parents in town from Santa Barbara and relatives from Denver and Rochester New York. Unfortunately, there was three separate incidents and countless times that we were approached for money and harassed.

The first incident involved a homeless drunken man in the morning coming up to their car and leaning up against it. Another bystander got frustrated with the drunken man, and they got into a heated pushing and shoving altercation.

The second incident occurred as we were leaving Tadich Grill in the financial district. A distraught, and high person was right in front of the restaurant, yelling, screaming, yelling about cocaine, and even, attempted to pull his pants down and show his genitals.

Finally, last night Valentines, I was at Kabuki Theater inside watching a movie. About two hours into the film, a man stumbled in the front door. He proceeded to walk into the theater, down the aisle to the front, wobbled toward the emergency door, opened it, and then took his shirt off and laid down. He then came back into the theater shielding his eyes from the running projector. My girlfriend was terrified and myself and many people ran out of the theater.

What are you going to do to address this problem? The residents of this amazing city no longer feel safe. I know people are frustrated about gentrification happening in the city, but the reality is, we live in a free market society. The wealthy working people have earned their right to live in the city. They went out, got an education, work hard, and earned it. I shouldn’t have to worry about being accosted. I shouldn’t have to see the pain, struggle, and despair of homeless people to and from my way to work every day. I want my parents when they come visit to have a great experience, and enjoy this special place.

I am telling you, there is going to be a revolution. People on both sides are frustrated, and you can sense the anger. The city needs to tackle this problem head on, it can no longer ignore it and let people do whatever they want in the city. I don’t have a magic solution… It is a very difficult and complex situation, but somehow during Super Bowl, almost all of the homeless and riff raff seem to up and vanish. I’m willing to bet that was not a coincidence. Money and political pressure can make change. So it is time to start making progress, or we as citizens will make a change in leadership and elect new officials who can.
 "I shouldn’t have to see the pain." Yes, that sums it all up right there. God forbid that he actually attempt to do anything about it himself. No wonder the white SJWs are starting to get scared. They're starting to realize that their mercenary army of immigrants and impoverished hates them as much as it hates the white traditionalists they were imported to destroy.

And we're sure as hell not going to defend him.

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115 Comments:

Blogger Dexter February 19, 2016 7:48 AM  

"I don’t have a magic solution…"

I do.

Costs less then $0.20 a round!

Anonymous Strange Aeons February 19, 2016 7:53 AM  

Chance of "welcome refugees" Tweets on his Twitter: 85%
Chance of him seeing the irony: 0%

Blogger Russ February 19, 2016 7:54 AM  

In addition to "I shouldn't have to see the pain", the other thing that stands out to me is "My girlfriend was terrified". A mentally ill, homeless man (on or off his drug of choice) is not a source of terror. They smell bad and are annoying. Call the cops, because the rest her kind obviously can't deal with telling the guy to get out. And if you feel bad about the situation, go work at a homeless shelter.

Blogger Sherwood family February 19, 2016 7:55 AM  

He doesn't understand that the breakdown in order is a natural consequence of SJW style policies.

Actually, these kinds are the ones that are starting to realize that something is wrong with the utopia they were trying to create.

They don't understand yet where exactly things went bad but they have that vague sense that things have not turned out as they should.

Blogger #7139 February 19, 2016 8:01 AM  

I shouldn't have to see the pain

Hmmm...he hasn't seen anything yet.

Anonymous N5 February 19, 2016 8:06 AM  

Been awhile since you've bought ammo eh?

Anonymous N5 February 19, 2016 8:08 AM  

What a big hairy pussy.

Blogger Fatherless February 19, 2016 8:09 AM  

The homeless problem in SF is surreal. I first became aware of it during the 2014 Game Developers Conference when they introduced the Advocacy Track, to make white women safe from nerds. They needed safe spaces. Meanwhile, dozens og homeless people, almost all men, many veterens, were begging for money right outside the Moscone convention center.

Blogger Salt February 19, 2016 8:10 AM  

What are you going to do to address this problem?

I'm sure that raising the minimum wage, increasing taxes, mandating free housing for the needy, assigning every conceivable right to whatever minority group makes claim, more licensing of every activity - being San Francisco - will solve their problems.

Blogger totenhenchen February 19, 2016 8:10 AM  

One day my progressive friends will apologize and tell me I was right all along, but I still won't open the gate.

Blogger Elocutioner February 19, 2016 8:11 AM  

The homeless are citizens too. Amazing how quickly the egalitarian utopian charade drops once it impacts them personally.

Anonymous Soga February 19, 2016 8:12 AM  

Being terrified of a man that simply laid down and then blocking his eyes from the movie projector?

Oh my goodness! The horrors! The absolutely, terrifying, goosebumps-inducing, jeepers-creepers-giving, awful TRIGGERING!

Was it a black or middle eastern looking guy? I've heard that these pretty easily strike terror into the hearts of leftists, even as they chant protection spells... sorry, I mean diversity platitudes.

Anonymous Steve February 19, 2016 8:14 AM  

Maybe Obama can send them some money to teach crackheads how to code.

Just for the lulz.

Blogger stevev February 19, 2016 8:19 AM  

OT: Tried to go to AlphaGame from this page, (sitting in Denny'S using their free wifi) and this URL showed up:
http://wired.meraki.com:8090/blocked.cgi?&blocked_server=&blocked_url=http%3A%2F%2Falphagameplan.blogspot.com%2F&blocked_categories=bc_022

The message displayed simply said "Site not available"

I'm not savvy enough to know if this is Denny'S way of saying I have attempted to visit a site they consider inappropriate?

Blogger Wayne February 19, 2016 8:19 AM  

The last time I visited San Francisco, I went to a club close to the convention centers and upon leaving late in the evening was greeted by a scene that reminded me of the film Escape from New York. I won't be returning there anytime soon. As for the frightened tech worker whose safe space has been violated, it's not rocket science...STOP ELECTING LIBERAL PROGRESSIVES TO PUBLIC OFFICE.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan February 19, 2016 8:21 AM  

He all but telegraphed his weakness to us, plunge that rhetorical dagger straight into his brain

Anonymous NorthernHamlet February 19, 2016 8:23 AM  

amazing city

No, times 1000.

Anonymous Millenium February 19, 2016 8:24 AM  

He whines about drug addicts but I bet he supports drug legalization.

Blogger Sentient Spud February 19, 2016 8:25 AM  

One day my progressive friends will apologize and tell me I was right all along, but I still won't open the gate.

I will open the gate for any progressive who can give one justifiable reason that does not include a reference to his or her self.

Blogger tz February 19, 2016 8:27 AM  

Does he use H1-Bs? Offshoring?

Getting rid of the cowboys and replacing them with Indians will eventually get you scalped.

He's also getting a taste of secular welfare "charity". SF is a Sanctuary City. It is silly to try to control public spaces when your entire policy is against controlling borders.

Anonymous BigGayKoranBurner February 19, 2016 8:42 AM  

In San Fran the homeless trannys will complain about their ex boyfriends walking past them like they didn't exist. BTW I don't date trannys.

Here is how SF hid the superbowl homeless, putting people up in better conditions than most live in black nations
https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/a-hidden-world-desperation-and-cramped-living-for-homeless-families-in-dc-motels/2016/01/28/279adfda-b4d8-11e5-a76a-0b5145e8679a_story.html

The every other day maid service must be furious that there taxes are going to this.

Many gays think that the cops will enforce any rule that they make up. When you point out cops just stood by while Hispanic gangs ethnically cleansed blacks out of Compton/Harlem they act like Queens will always trump spades in the victim hierarchy.

"I don’t have a magic solution…" I do. Costs less then $0.20 a round!

Have ammo prices gone back down?

They don't understand yet where exactly things went bad but they have that vague sense that things have not turned out as they should.

The obvious solution is to move to a nice place,that just so happens to be white, in order to try again.

Blogger tz February 19, 2016 8:42 AM  

One earthquake away.
One terrorist grid-down attack away.
One financial collapse away.

The zombie apocalypse is already upon us, these homeless are the minimally aggressive first fruits. When EBT cards fail?

Wright used the term Morlocks but in relation to immigrants - but I think they are everyone in our midst that won't or can't (SF licensing) provide for themselves and have learned to embrace being human parasites. Zombie applies equally as they are dead inside. Not all are homeless, the automaton revenuer death cops are an example of currently useful undead.

Blogger John rockwell February 19, 2016 8:43 AM  

San Francisco was always a "progressive" city. It was leftist from the 18-19th centuries.

Anonymous BGKB February 19, 2016 8:51 AM  

I will open the gate for any progressive who can give one justifiable reason that does not include a reference to his or her self

One of those saved from the Katrina superdome later wrote a book about how the guy that organized the whites to have women stay inside the circle with men on the outside, & the National Guard Sgt hero who extracted them before the power went out where both racist and sexist. Now this vag could have proven them wrong by going off on her own, and staying after the power went out, but no stab heroes in the back.

Blogger YIH February 19, 2016 8:51 AM  

but somehow during Super Bowl, almost all of the homeless and riff raff seem to up and vanish.
Oh, I bet I know what happened. Let me guess, starting the Monday before the conference championships, people started seeking out the homeless of SF and offering them, oh, $200 and a bus ticket to whatever city they wanted to go to.
That's what Atlanta did to make the homeless ''to just go away'' before the '96 Olympics...

Anonymous Midnight Avenue J February 19, 2016 8:55 AM  

I don't drink, but there's something mighty tempting about a martini made dirty by these extra-briny SJW tears.

Anonymous BGKB February 19, 2016 9:03 AM  

http://www.thedailysheeple.com/sex-jihad-top-german-prosecutor-angrily-confirms-majority-of-new-years-eve-rapists-were-refugees_022016

Truth comes out

Anonymous joe doakes February 19, 2016 9:04 AM  

As Thomas Sowell pointed out, zoning laws recommended by Liberal urban planners made homes too expensive; people who couldn't afford homes are now homeless.

San Francisco Aids Foundation hands out 2.5 million needles each year at its needle-exchange sites, funded by donations and by the Center for Disease Control; when you enable drug users, you ensure they linger.

The wealthy people who got an education and worked hard think they're entitled? Don't you listen to your President? You didn't build that. You were handed everything because of your Privilege and therefore don't deserve to keep it. Worse, your extravagant income is the reason why income inequality exists. Instead of allowing you to enjoy the fruits of your labors, you really ought to be paying more of your money - to fund programs like homeless shelters and needle exchanges.

But have no fear: the police no longer engage in profiling. They won't enforce the "broken window theory" to stop petty lawlessness from escalating into general societal decay. We care too much about the downtrodden to punish them further.

Anonymous NateM February 19, 2016 9:07 AM  

This is a joke right? I mean I don't even work in that big a city and I see worse things than he described weekly. What an incredible pussy. Hell there's a lady along the path I walk to work that stands by the side of the road arguing with someone who isn't there. And I mean LOUD. Cursing swearing, etc. How sheltered is this guy and his gf that some dude taking his shirt off while drunk is "terrifying"?

I don't want to ad further fuel to the ongoing generational bonfire here, but I almost guarantee just reading this excerpt he's a millenial. The use of the "Free market" Analogy is rich. "I mean we should have a free market, but that shouldn't include the movement of undesirables into the place that I live". I'd give anything if someone responded to his letter with "Vote Trump"

Blogger YIH February 19, 2016 9:08 AM  

stevev:
OT: Tried to go to AlphaGame from this page, (sitting in Denny'S using their free wifi) and this URL showed up:
http://wired.meraki.com:8090/blocked.cgi?&blocked_server=&blocked_url=http%3A%2F%2Falphagameplan.blogspot.com%2F&blocked_categories=bc_022

The message displayed simply said "Site not available"

I'm not savvy enough to know if this is Denny'S way of saying I have attempted to visit a site they consider inappropriate?

You guessed right. Not the first time that's happened, various *ahem* 'dangerous' websites get blocked for, and I quote, from one such 'net nanny' software ''violence/hate/racism''.
Try going to a pr0n site, I bet it'll block that too.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan February 19, 2016 9:08 AM  

Democratic constituent groups fighting, why would anyone here want to do anything to stop it?

Blogger Junius Stone February 19, 2016 9:09 AM  

This sheltered white lefty scumbag is disparaging suffering street people about him, then talking "revolution"? Oh wow, fuck that sheltered douchebag. He has no idea.

Blogger Rez Zircon February 19, 2016 9:13 AM  

I lived in SoCal for 28 years, and not once did I see a genuinely homeless person begging for money.

The beggars you see on every corner are professionals. They beg for a living. Some make a very good living at it, better than they can doing real work, tax-free and with minimal effort, so why work harder to make less money at a real job?

And why are there so many beggars? Because kindhearted idiots give them money. Begging may be a very old and not entirely disreputable profession (the buskers, who provide music or entertainment in return, I've got nothing against) but it requires enablement by a generous public in the form of cash.

If the aid to the homeless was never in cash, the 90% who are in fact professional beggars would either have to get a real job... or being basically shiftless, would turn to petty crime for a living. So maybe the generous idiots perform a service, by keeping the rest of us from being preyed upon by this underclass (so long as the 20 cent solution is, ah, frowned upon) since they can instead remain "employed" as beggars.

As to the money to be made... some studies have found the average competent beggar's income is around $100/day. Those beggars actually approach it as a profession -- they put on their "work clothes" and spend 8 hours a day at it, and have learned that being polite and grateful and keeping regular hours (and if possible, having a dog with them) brings in more flies than does being an aggressive ass who appears at random.

There was a guy who had his "pitch" (a beggar's regular place of work) in front of my small desert city's very busy Walmart... about once a month he'd get drunk and disorderly and get jailed overnight. The cops said he always had about five grand in cash in his pocket, and wasn't at all concerned that they confiscated it. Mind you this was in one of the poorest cities in SoCal, so it's not like we had *rich* idiots.

I don't really mind the ones who are polite, restrained, and kind (I once had a beggar offer to give ME money after he'd asked me for a couple bucks and I said I was broke). Some may be disabled in some way, physically or mentally, and not really able to hold down a real job, and begging is certainly better than going on welfare -- charity should be voluntary, not coerced from your taxes. But increasingly what I saw were rude young men and women, obviously able-bodied, who did poor-poor-pitiful-me, acted like asses if refused, and were later seen driving off in a shiny new car. They're giving the whole profession a bad name.

As to the new class of homeless flowing over the border... well, that's nothing gun turrets can't fix.

Blogger Cataline Sergius February 19, 2016 9:16 AM  

It is a very difficult and complex situation, but somehow during Super Bowl, almost all of the homeless and riff raff seem to up and vanish. I’m willing to bet that was not a coincidence. Money and political pressure can make change.

So can cops cracking a few heads, which I guarantee is what happened cupcake.


The sad thing is SF used to be a Republican stronghold. This is what comes of leaving GOP moderates in the saddle.

Blogger dc.sunsets February 19, 2016 9:17 AM  

Sentiment changes, then politics, then law.

Right now we're still in the stage where a new sentiment is spreading in ripples. Politics and law are still firmly on the side of the old sentiment (Narrative.) This means that early actors will be hounded and punished even as their peers increasingly agree with their acts. This is the heart of trial by jury and jury nullification.

This story reads just like the guy lives in Sweden. Same vibe (hey, I didn't realize this was what I signed up for. Someone fix it for me, okay?)

Anonymous Credo in Unum Deum February 19, 2016 9:19 AM  

Dealing with homeless in San Francisco is easy:

Get ahold of an old Bush-Cheney campaign button, or some other cuckservative button, and wear it with pride. The homeless will see it, realize you have no fear and leave you alone.

Blogger dc.sunsets February 19, 2016 9:21 AM  

By "early actor" I mean someone who, when accosted by a gang of orcs pulls out (perhaps an illegally-carried) pistol and performs a tactical mag dump. His action, while meritorious, will be prosecuted as illegal. Good citizens should make every attempt to sit on his jury (carefully ducking voir dire) so as to persuade fellow jurors to acquit.

Blogger Cataline Sergius February 19, 2016 9:22 AM  

@Vox You the econ jockey not me but it feels to me like there is an impeding financial event in Silicon Valley that will be make the dot.com crash of 2000 look like an firecracker compared to an atom bomb.

Or am I wrong about that? Is Silicon Valley more solid than it appears?

Blogger FALPhil February 19, 2016 9:23 AM  

@17 He whines about drug addicts but I bet he supports drug legalization.

I support drug legalization. Drugs are pretty much readily available all across North America.

Drugs is not the problem here. Enablement is the problem. You don't see this type of activity in Calgary or Laredo. The reason is the local municipal policies in those locations do not enable that type of behavior.

Blogger dc.sunsets February 19, 2016 9:27 AM  

Technical violations of the law below a certain threshold are ignored. As chaos rises, so does that threshold. In places like SF or DC where carrying a gun is a legal problem, one might stay more safely below the threshold with an Asp (even if that, too, is verboten.)

I wonder if aggressive panhandlers in Chicago are getting hip to the new program, given there are now hundreds of thousands of people legally carrying pistols there. Do they back off if one sweeps back a cover garment with the strong-side hand?

I'm guessing yes.

Blogger bob k. mando February 19, 2016 9:28 AM  

douchebag retard
I’ve been living in SF for over three years, and without a doubt it is the worst it has ever been.



"for over three years, and without a doubt it is the worst it has ever been"

"over three years
...
it is the worst it has ever been"


"three years
...
has ever been"


*facepalm*
this moron is just as much of an immivasionist as the street people. who would presume to have extensive historical knowledge of a particular locale after LESS THAN four years living there?

sorry, this essay is too dumb for me to finish. i'm losing brane shells jsut going this far.

Blogger Dexter February 19, 2016 9:29 AM  

The sad thing is SF used to be a Republican stronghold.

Yeah, in the 1930s and 1940s.

Blogger dc.sunsets February 19, 2016 9:31 AM  

do not enable that type of behavior

Exactly. But the follow-through is key; those who insist on behaving in a violent or destructive manner (including trespass) have to be ejected. If they insist on recidivist actions, the ejection may have to be, from an airplane, at altitude, 5 miles off shore.

A current outrage are stories about illegal invaders with criminal convictions returning to the US after being deported. This should yield summary execution, it's that simple.

Blogger Joshua Sinistar February 19, 2016 9:32 AM  

Oh don't be so hard on Soylent Green. He needs to be as tender as veal for the Cannibals' Pot. They just don't cook their dumb long pigs long enough. Sometimes they're still alive for the first dozen bites.

OpenID b1bae96e-6447-11e3-b6bb-000f20980440 February 19, 2016 9:39 AM  

Shouldn't that have been signed Capitol City, Panem?

You would think that somebody with entrepreneurial skills might be able to enact a solution rather than whining about it.

We used to have imperfect places to put the mentally ill, but alas a few of them were run by shitty people and we closed them all down. Sort of like our current plans with police departments appear to be.

Will Best

Blogger buwaya puti February 19, 2016 9:40 AM  

SF resident here, 25 years now, but I've lived here intermittently before that.
The homeless here are nearly all native born black and white, few others. I once kept a running count on the way I to work and came up with 2/3 black out of 22 I saw in one BART station and two city blocks.
They are nearly all downtown and in a few other select areas.
Crime certainly seems to be up. Not as bad as its occasionally been, say in the early 90s.
The homeless don't seem much more numerous than they have been over the last 25 years. They became numerous in the late 80's I think, IIRC there was a big jump from @1986-89.
Gentrification doesn't seem to have had any effect on this matter either way. The poor are being driven out of town gradually, but these are the working poor, the retired poor, or those together enough to live on social services. There still is public housing, but not many places to spend a section 8 voucher.
Gentrification has been ongoing, in waves, the entire time we've lived here. SFs low point, when it was the most affordable, was probably pre-1980 at the end of the Great Migration when the original population fled to the suburbs, many families effectively kicked out after 1967-1968 when the city forced school busing on them (before Boston). That was when the Bohemians, hippies and gays moved in to find cheap housing. The original population, the builders of the local architecture were mainly ethnic Catholics. SF is a Catholic town in its bones, even in its neighborhood housing layout you can still see the strategic placement of city blocks or half blocks assigned for the church/parochial school combination, dating to the 1880s-90s. The modern admirers of the local architecture would despise its builders, if they ever thought of them.

OpenID genericviews February 19, 2016 9:43 AM  

In SF, the homeless are a protected species. The city policy there encourages homeless people from other areas to flock there. You don't even need to look to other economic conditions. It is a much clearer cause-effect relationship. If you make life comfortable for the homeless, you will get more of them. And let's be clear, those people were never going to get jobs. So, immigration, unemployment and zoning are not the issue. It is all about liberal judges who strike down vagrancy laws. It's all about city governments that have lots of shelters and food service, on top of private charities competing for "customers". It's all about police who have no means to punish panhandlers for being aggressive and would definitely cite you if you didn't pick up after your dog, but will look the other way for a homeless guy dropping a load on a public sidewalk.

Blogger Gunnar von Cowtown February 19, 2016 9:43 AM  

"A distraught, and high person was right in front of the restaurant, yelling, screaming, yelling about cocaine, and even, attempted to pull his pants down and show his genitals."

Doctor Rockso?

Blogger bob k. mando February 19, 2016 9:44 AM  

in "I Fucking Love Science" OT, the science geniuses at ArsTech think that, somehow, the middle of the Pacific Ocean is rising FIVE TIMES faster than sea levels anywhere else on the planet.

http://arstechnica.com/science/2016/02/ocean-levels-in-the-philippines-rising-at-five-times-the-global-average/


but not ALL of the middle of the Pacific Ocean, mind. oh no. it's not rising 5x faster in Hawaii or Japan. nope, it's just rising 5x faster in the Philippines.


even better, the linked NOAA story shows a pic ...
of storm surge ...
in the US ...
in order to demonstrate the dangers of 'rising sea levels'.

arg.

brings to mind that one of the worst instances of 'storm surge' to ever occur in the US happened on, wait for it, Lake Okeechobee. 20 foot of water killed over 4,000 people.

IN NINETEEN TWENTY-EIGHT.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1928_Okeechobee_hurricane

oh noes, global warming. oh noes, rising water levels.

Blogger Nate February 19, 2016 9:47 AM  

A point that we should be beating home about this.. is that there as virtually no homelessness in the 1960s. The problem appeared nearly over night in the 70s.

See we used to have large mental health hospitals that housed and cared for the defectives that were incapable of living in the society we had built.

This was not an ideal solution but it worked.

And it was destroyed in the all-mighty name of Do-Gooderism.

And just like that... thousands of people were dumped onto the streets with no skills and severe mental issues.

So some liberal ass wipe could get his do-gooder buzz.

OpenID denektenorsk February 19, 2016 9:59 AM  

The homeless problem in SF is surreal. I first became aware of it during the 2014 Game Developers Conference when they introduced the Advocacy Track, to make white women safe from nerds. They needed safe spaces. Meanwhile, dozens og homeless people, almost all men, many veterens, were begging for money right outside the Moscone convention center.

I went for an interview with Lucas Arts in 2007. They put me up in the theatre district. The conditions from one block to the next were astounding. Around Union Square can get quite sketchy.

Vancouver also has a massive problem in the Main Street area but it is better localized. The police figured out a few decades ago to let them be as long as they are in the bad part of town and smack them down when they stray too far off the reservation. Hundreds of drugged out zombies wandering out into traffic or sleeping on the sidewalks. Literally 3-4 blocks away you have million dollar condos and young progressives out to "save the world".

If you say to them, why don't we start at home first they stare at you like you have 3 heads.

Blogger Chrom February 19, 2016 10:04 AM  

He got past the ticket booth somehow. My guess - he bought a ticket. I can't fault Big Shirtless Rod for broadening his cultural horizons. And if he happened to have shit on his pants and what one can only hope was mustard in his hair, well, you are at Kabuki Theater, pretend it's part of the show.

Blogger Cataline Sergius February 19, 2016 10:07 AM  

@41

Try 1964.

Although the GOP establishment still trots out there once a year for What Richard Nixon called the "Faggiest thing he'd ever seen in his life."

Woah there's a thought. Does anybody know if Trump or Cruz has ever been to the Bohemian Grove? We may finally be turning a page if we have a GOP President that has never been to that thing.

Anonymous JI February 19, 2016 10:16 AM  

I hope the person who wrote this letter loses his job and can only get a basic job that won't even cover the inflated San Francisco mortgage.

Blogger Dexter February 19, 2016 10:18 AM  

@41

Try 1964.


Um, that's when a Democrat mayor got elected, so it obviously wasn't a Republican stronghold then.

Anonymous rienzi February 19, 2016 10:18 AM  

47.: "A distraught, and high person was right in front of the restaurant, yelling, screaming, yelling about cocaine, and even, attempted to pull his pants down and show his genitals."


Apparently Hillary's health problem are worse than we've been told.

Blogger buwaya puti February 19, 2016 10:30 AM  

Anyway, the original piece could have been written anytime in the last thirty years. And has been. Nothing new in any of this, at all.

Anonymous Leonidas February 19, 2016 10:36 AM  

I’ve been living in SF for over three years

I honestly stopped reading there. If you've only lived there three years, you haven't even convinced me you're a permanent resident. Don't go trying to change the lives of those who are.

Anonymous Jim Scrummy February 19, 2016 10:37 AM  

I am long popcorn futures. Plus everyday is a good day to buy ammo.

Blogger CM February 19, 2016 10:40 AM  

I shouldn’t have to see the pain, struggle, and despair of homeless people to and from my way to work every day.

Evidence that lefties use government social programs to hide the trash from their princely sensibilities.

Compassion? What compassion.

Anonymous grey enlightenment February 19, 2016 10:40 AM  

string up the homeless and the left. they are the ones causing the problems, not the tech elite. More seriously though, this sounds like OWS-inspired complaining, more blaming the rich for problems that are more biological (low IQs, mental illness) than environmental. Get rid of the rich, who create jobs and prosperity, and homelessness in SF will become an afterthought. Any communist regime of the 20th century and the great famines and suffering that ensued, should be a cautionary tale against waging class warfare. China and Russia only began to thrive after abandoning 'market communism'.

Anonymous Mr. Rational February 19, 2016 10:41 AM  

@48 The trade winds are piling up the greatest amount of warm ocean-surface waters by the Phillipines, and warm water is less dense, so of course it piles up higher to equalize hydrostatic pressure.

And before you start ranting about Al Gore inventing the whole thing, un-revise your falsified history and admit that Frank Capra and Bell Telephone were on the issue in 1958.  Al Gore Sr. had only been in the House for 5 years at that point; Al Jr. was in elementary school.

Anonymous grey enlightenment February 19, 2016 10:44 AM  

The greatest opposition to technology and the meritocratic Silicon Valley culture is from the OWS/Sanders left, who blame technology for job loss and wealth inequality. Yes, thee are SJWs in Silicon Valley and in tech firms, but the majority of them are dull, rank and file Sanders supporters.

Blogger praetorian February 19, 2016 10:45 AM  

As with the Iran-Iraq war, I am unsure who to root for here...

Blogger lowercaseb February 19, 2016 10:48 AM  

@25. SF resident as well. In a sad way, I'm looking forward to the time of troubles. I was just a kid, but I also remember the great migration back in the 70s. It wasn't just bussing...people were just tired. The bussing was a big part, but they were also tired of the constant protests, the constant low level terrorism (Bomb threats were a big thing back then. I remember when the SLA and the Panthers were big boogey men.) The constant threat of race war( Even though I was REALLY young, I remember my parents being scared during the year of the Zebra killers.) and just the plain old fashioned serial killers. We were quite happy when dad retired and we moved to the suburbs.

I'm back in SF again and have been for almost 20 years. Although downtown is much more feral than in the 70s...it's a lot more pathetic and much less scary than back in the 70s. There is a good amount of actual mentally ill homeless...they could be dangerous on their own, but they ain't rising up anytime soon. The rest of the scammers and parasites make talk a big game, but they will fold against any resistance.

The leftists are all giant toddlers...quick to squall against unfairness, but will run to big mommy if anyone actually fights back...be they the police or citizens.

Sure...they might be a low level threat, but they are nothing compared to the actual militants of the 70s. Even though the threat was amplified by my young age at the time. I still remember the seething stare of HATE that those afro'd militants would give you on the bus. A stare that not only do they hate your guts, but they would actually do something about it.

The activists nowadays still hate your guts, and would mob you if they can, but they will fold like wet cardboard if you actually give them a modicum of resistance.

The bigger threat is when SFPD comes to arrest YOU for the high crime of fighting back.

That said, @45 is right. The actual working poor and middle class is getting driven out but I can't see that lasting for long. There are help wanted signs all along the rows of the shops nowadays, but hardly anyone are grabbing them because no one wants to commute for minimum wage...even San Francisco's inflated minimum wage.

Blogger Alexander February 19, 2016 10:48 AM  

Praetorian,

Nah - it's California. Knowing who to root for is easy.

Saint Andreas.

Blogger lowercaseb February 19, 2016 10:53 AM  

Sorry to beat a dead horse, but it ain't the our Rich that is driving the prices of houses to obnoxious levels. It's all the damn offshore Chinese speculators that are buying up the houses in bulk as investments. This city has always had their Nouveau Rich...some of them are asshats, but they aren't the problem.

Blogger Ahazuerus February 19, 2016 10:54 AM  

"Islam promotes 'compassion and justice for all people regardless of religion, social status, race or any other context.' ”

I have it on good authority: http://www.rt.com/uk/332787-normative-islam-report-extremists/

So, I am sure these "influential British muslims" can show me a Muslim-majority country that is tolerant of all other religions? You know, like Saudi Arabia, or Turkey? Perhaps Iraq or Libya?

Anonymous Jon Bromfield February 19, 2016 11:00 AM  

I'm old enough to remember San Francisco as a place where you could smoke a cigarette with your espresso at the corner coffee shop and throw the butt on the floor, where you'd meet an fascinating if shady character named "Blackie" at a tin-surfaced bar downtown, where live-and-let-live was actually practiced, not live-as-SJWs-say-you-should.

Sign...what a lost magical city.

Blogger VD February 19, 2016 11:01 AM  

Is Silicon Valley more solid than it appears?

No. Less.

Blogger lowercaseb February 19, 2016 11:08 AM  

@68. Amen to that. It may be a broken city but it has always been a glorious broken city since it was founded.

...and it is worth fighting for.

Blogger Greg Doyle February 19, 2016 11:13 AM  

Typical SJW. Complain about a problem, offer no solutions, and expect someone else to fix it.

Blogger Greg Doyle February 19, 2016 11:13 AM  

Typical SJW. Complain about a problem, offer no solutions, and expect someone else to fix it.

Blogger IM2L844 February 19, 2016 11:20 AM  

This has to be a rejected Onion submission. Too ridiculous.

If not, God, help us.

Anonymous ZhukovG February 19, 2016 11:25 AM  

@67. Ahazuerus

Horribly OT, but Syria under Assad is quite tolerant, His Alawite Shia sect has lived amiably alongside Christians for centuries.

Iran, officially recognizes Christianity, Judaism and Zoroastrianism as legal protected religious faiths within the Islamic Republic.

It is America's allies, like Saudi Arabia, that are intolerant.

Blogger Chiva February 19, 2016 11:26 AM  

Is Silicon Valley more solid than it appears?

The Valley has the feel of 2007 again.
I am a member of a group of old fart 'techies'. We got together at the beginning of the year and discussed what is going on. The overriding sentiment was that Silicon Valley will be hitting a significant slowdown. The guys at the chip companies were being told a slow down was coming. The guys at the storage companies were being told the same.
So, overall the old fart consensus was a strong slowdown would start to hit 2nd-3rd quarter this year.

On the good side. None of us thought it would hit the 2001 levels (unless there was a black swan event.....).

Blogger Stilicho February 19, 2016 11:29 AM  

Even now, that idiot is too obtuse to realize that he and those like him created the problem and continue to make it worse at every opportunity. There is no cure for such stupidity except the one which Heinlein said was self-effectuating.

Blogger dc.sunsets February 19, 2016 11:35 AM  

@64, the '70's were the last real bear market (in social mood.) We haven't seen anything remotely similar for so long that people think today is permanent.

Serial killers. Political murder (over race & religion and just general viciousness.) Boogeymen everywhere, food scares, pandemic scares, etc..

Oh, the adventure that awaits us.

Anonymous Philalethes February 19, 2016 11:43 AM  

Pathetic. A Santa Barbara native myself, I spent most of my first 25 years there, then 16 years in San Francisco. I left California in 1984, haven't been back, but what I hear about it (including this ridiculous, totally clueless whine) is pretty depressing. The trends that have made today's San Francisco were all in motion when I was there, but it was still livable.

I went to this guy's blog, where the essay was first published (together with the appended, de rigueur "apologies") but found no way to contact the writer. Just thought I'd let him know – as a fellow Santa Barbaran / San Franciscan – that what he complains of are the direct, inevitable results of policies that people like him have been promoting and supporting for most of the last century.

His Twitter page says "@johnny5sf's Tweets are protected. Only confirmed followers have access to @johnny5sf's Tweets and complete profile. Click the 'Follow' button to send a follow request." I wonder when he put up the wall.

Clearly, the disease must run its course, and California has long been in the forefront of all the insanities of modern civilization. How bad will it have to get? No way to tell.

See we used to have large mental health hospitals that housed and cared for the defectives that were incapable of living in the society we had built.

Yeah, I remember when they were shut down in California – under the administration of Governor Ronald Reagan, it was...

Blogger Beau February 19, 2016 11:48 AM  

I shouldn’t have to see the pain, struggle, and despair of homeless people to and from my way to work every day.

I tell you, look, the fields are white unto the harvest. Pray then that the Lord of the harvest will send laborers into the field; for the harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few.

Anonymous Philalethes February 19, 2016 12:09 PM  

Democracy is not the last stop in politics. In-fact, the order of progression according to Socrates via Plato in the Republic goes: timocracy, oligarchy, democracy, and finally tyranny. Socrates argues that a society will decay and pass through each government in succession, eventually becoming a tyranny.

Funny, apparently he's well-enough educated to know about this, but never learned to think for himself, so it doesn't occur to him to ask why the progressive utopia of *democracy* will collapse into tyranny. Socrates and Plato had seen it happen. (Poorly educated myself, I've never read the Republic, but learned of this idea from Taylor Caldwell's hagiography of Cicero, Pillar of Iron, where it was attributed to Aristotle.)

Blogger YIH February 19, 2016 12:11 PM  

There is a good amount of actual mentally ill homeless...they could be dangerous on their own, but they ain't rising up anytime soon.
In the '70s the new ''civil rights'' push was to 'de-insitutionalize' the mentally ill. Shrinks touting the (then) 'new psychiatric drugs' said ''They can be released from mental hospitals and live normal lives with these meds!''. Pols on the right liked it because they could save tax money being spent on the hospitals. Hence, laws like the ''Baker Act'' which made it difficult to commit someone for a period longer than 72 hours.
The problem was, the meds weren't the 'miracle drugs' they were being touted as (plus many of them tend to have nasty side effects) so the formerly hospitalized would take them for a while then stop.
That's a good portion of your 'homeless' right there.

Anonymous Joe Blowe February 19, 2016 12:14 PM  

Laws against vagrancy were struck down by the Supreme Kangaroo Kourt 1972 decree Papachristou v. City of Jacksonville. It was a mortal blow to Western Civlization in the USA.

San Fransisco needs to revive the Committees of Vigilance they formed in the 1850's to deal lawlessness and corruption.


Personally I think the real degenerate, incorrigible street trash: the dopers, psychos, bums, perverts, alkies, and the like should be put onto reservations out in the plains or on a colony an tropical island. Let them live their lives like they want away from decent, working people. The SJW's can send them food. With those scum bags out of the way taking care of the truly needy and down on their luck would be no problem for private charities and churches.

Blogger Joshua Sinistar February 19, 2016 12:16 PM  

These delusional metrosexual fags really believe if you eliminate the Straight White Men that some magical rainbow fairyland where the are like royals and nobility and a brown underclass of happy joyful servants will sing spirituals while serving them expresso and butter flavored veggies.
Oh ye stupid mother fucker. This is the recipe for zombie apocalypse and the Mad Max World of ruined cities with homosexual mutants and damned dirty apes with rifles fight for a meager living on the ruins of White Man's World. The Great race will have gone to armored walled fortresses where many men in high towers scan the landscape to gun down anything not like them for a square mile, and then these metrosexual fags can fulfill their destiny in the Rainbow of Hate. S O Y L E N T G R E E N. Remember Wednesday is Soylent Green day. Every day is Wednesday if you're not White boys.

Blogger YIH February 19, 2016 12:22 PM  

@Alexander:
Praetorian, Nah - it's California. Knowing who to root for is easy.
Saint Andreas.

I can picture it now...
Tim Cook: blah, blah, blah, new iPhone, blah, blah, blah, iCar, blah, blah, blah, iWatch... WHAT THE HELL!?!?

Blogger threeLegDog February 19, 2016 12:23 PM  

Poor guy's site isn't loading. Must be getting hammered...

Anonymous Wild Bill February 19, 2016 12:35 PM  

Forgive the poor taste of an analogy, but this ghey's whining resembles the Hunger Games' citizens of The Capitol complaining about the riff raff of the Districts. The "cultural elites" are so separated from reality that all they can do is beg dear leader to make it stop.

But this failing state has their fingerprints all over it and it will be a bad day for them when the pendulum makes its return...

Blogger J Van Stry February 19, 2016 12:42 PM  

SF has been a hole ever since they elected Willie the crook Brown to be mayor. You can actually SMELL the urine and the feces when you walk through the city.
And while they do nothing at all about the crime, the illegals, and the bums, they punish businesses by raising taxes and raising the minimum wage sky high.

It used to be a lovely city, now its just one big toilet. There is a group playing in the city tonight that I would love to see, but I won't, because I don't like the smell or the crime in SF.

Anonymous Laz February 19, 2016 12:56 PM  

"Have ammo prices gone back down?"

You can get 9mm all day long for around 20 cents, but .45ACP is still twice that.

Blogger lowercaseb February 19, 2016 1:16 PM  

@87. Exactly, but that is why I am not so worried about the future here. This city is really resilient. It may be always be shady and kinda broken, but the problems will correct themselves if you give them time.

Willie Brown is a crook AND a really good politician. (I'll avoid the obvious comment about redundancy.) Say what you will about him, but he knew how to get things done by hook or by crook. He broke the city almost irreparably by trying to squeeze every last dollar out of the first dotCom boom for himself and his cronies. He is a living breathing example of the horror of what happens when you actually get a bureaucracy working with a unified purpose.

Luckily, he left active politics once he sucked all the blood he could. He's still around living the high life, but he is not meddling.

The current pols in office are all lefties, but they are harmless, useless lefties. They'd love to get that level of empire building that "Da Mayor" did. but they don't have the knowledge, connections or sheer force of personality to do it. All they can do is pass "feel good" legislation that has no teeth. The city is slowly repairing itself. There is only so long the city can work without a middle class and lower class that actually does the grunt jobs. There is only so long that the Supes can use SJW tactics to hold onto office.

Not that I think it's something that I think that we that live in the city can sit back and wait for. If we want this we need to own our shit and get to work on making this town less of a playground for both the entitled rich and the entitled poor.

...and "we" includes me. I can talk the talk, but I gotta walk the walk as well.

Blogger John Williams February 19, 2016 1:42 PM  

I shouldn't have to see the pain
Imagine how he'll whine when he feels the pain.

Anonymous joe doakes February 19, 2016 1:50 PM  

For the connection between homelessness, mental health, and gun violence, see Clayton Cramer's book "My Brother Ron." $1.50 on Amazon. Cramer's a 2nd Amendment guy, this is a solid book.

http://www.amazon.com/My-Brother-Ron-Personal-Deinstitutionalization/dp/1477667539

Blogger BunE22 February 19, 2016 1:52 PM  

I remember Gerrrraldo Rrrriverrrra's investigative report on Willowbrook, that was the beginning of the end of institutionalizing mental people.

Thanks Geraldo.

Blogger ray February 19, 2016 2:17 PM  

But, but . . . his parents actually left their Bubble in Santa Barbara to see what the World was like! I mean aside from the big screens on their televisions. Shouldn't he and Mommy and Daddy get a prize for bravery? Shouldn't the World be made safe for his every footfall, as it is for America's daughters?

And now, horrors! Turned out there are homeless people in the big bad World, and OH NOES! some of the monsters actually got NEAR him and Mommy and Daddy and spoiled their $400 dinner at the St. Francis. (Look, it's Mr. Infallible again.)

It's a tragedy and a crime that the World should be allowed to impinge on the spotless consciousness of this boy! Something should be done! Something should be done!

Protect these spoiled little babies? Uh uh. Maybe he should be homeless for a couple of years, then he wouldn't be so afraid of them. I'm around them a lot and they never bother me, why is that do you think?

Blogger dc.sunsets February 19, 2016 2:59 PM  

@88 You can get 9mm all day long for around 20 cents, but .45ACP is still twice that.

Practice ammo. Serious social work still requires a larger ante, $0.50 (9mm HST) to $0.54 (45 HST) for example, or over $1 for Barnes.

Blogger Eraser February 19, 2016 3:23 PM  

I never thought I'd see the day when Vox Day would side with the vibrant homeless against the hard-working white entrepreneur. I wonder if Vox is a closeted Marxist? Hmm, substitute "race war" for "class struggle" and I might be on to something...

On a more serious note, Mr. Kellen wishes that people would not defecate on the street, not use drugs in public and not harass his family members when they come to visit. These wishes are perfectly reasonable in a civilized society. He has an equally reasonable expectation that the mayor and the police should do something about it.

Unfortunately, Mr. Kellen's admittedly callous choice of words has brought out a swarm of Internet moralists to criticize him. I have no respect for hypocrites who point the finger at somebody from a position of comfort. For these people I have a question: Do you have homeless people defecating and using drugs on the street where you live? Are you cool with that? If the answers are not "yes", then get off your high horse and stop shooting the messenger.

Andd then we have this gem (@76): Even now, that idiot is too obtuse to realize that he and those like him created the problem and continue to make it worse at every opportunity. There is no cure for such stupidity except the one which Heinlein said was self-effectuating.

Yes, all his fault. I suppose he walks around the city and personally forces the homeless (at gunpoint?) to consume alcohol and drugs.

Blogger Doom February 19, 2016 3:27 PM  

You should hear them when I tell those sorts that they have to take responsibility for themselves and their safety. I love the anti-gun nuts. Ask them if they think, after meeting a stoner, they can talk a druggy down from ripping their arms off before the police arrive, or outrun one. No, I won't help, especially if I know he or she supported what is eating them. Oddly, stoners and crimies seem to know who is soft and generally go after that.

Funny thing is, their own, writers thinkers politicians, have been telling them all along. Like Sutter Cane, they have told them what their goal was. Maybe they didn't always know, for sure, all the details and the full plan, but the future they saw and painted is what they will get. I would put them in there and not let them out, if it were up to me.

It is coming. This IS reality.

Blogger buwaya puti February 19, 2016 3:42 PM  

Well, it wasn't his (Kellens) fault,personally, but its clear that his elders and predecessors did this. The turning point as per all the old timers in the SF Republican Party I hung out with 20 years ago was in the stolen election of 1975, Barbagelata-Moscone. All the money and power backed Moscone, and he brought in Jim Jones, for payoffs, (yes that Jim Jones) to steal it with flying voters. Everyone admits it now.

Anonymous Daniel H February 19, 2016 3:42 PM  

>>I am telling you, there is going to be a revolution. People on both sides are frustrated, and you can sense the anger

I would tell this SJW that the proles, whom the SJWs will need to fight any battle because they are too pussified to fight themselves, are unlikely to be on their side. The proles will see the destitute, the impoverished, the unemployed, the homeless, the displaced, the insane and say, "There but for fortune go I", and understand too, that it is SJW political policy that has ruined so many of these people. No, the proles are likely to take it out on the SJWs, and the police will be too overwhelmed to help the SJW's, their paymasters. The future is going to be a lot of fun. I hope that I'm around to see it

Anonymous Brick Hardslab February 19, 2016 3:46 PM  

Nate wrote:A point that we should be beating home about this.. is that there as virtually no homelessness in the 1960s. The problem appeared nearly over night in the 70s.

See we used to have large mental health hospitals that housed and cared for the defectives that were incapable of living in the society we had built.

This was not an ideal solution but it worked.

And it was destroyed in the all-mighty name of Do-Gooderism.

And just like that... thousands of people were dumped onto the streets with no skills and severe mental issues.

So some liberal ass wipe could get his do-gooder buzz.


Don't forget the work farms most cities used to run. Chronic drunks and disorderly types as well as vagrants would wind up shoveling pig shit for a couple weeks. In Seattle the cops who ran the shelter used to name the hogs after the judges. Good fun for all.

Now if you ride a bus you have to sit next to a guy who's so dangerous that he's maimed and crippled people but too insane to go to prison. Rode on a bus with a guy who only got six months in the state mental hospital for gouging a guys eyes out. I watched eight cops, not little guys or women but good sized guys try to just get a set of shackles on his wrists because he broke the first set of cuffs.

You never know if you're going to get "crackhead joe" or "eat your eyes out jim" unless you live in a small town.

We need those mental hospitals. Gone now.

Anonymous Brick Hardslab February 19, 2016 3:51 PM  

Amen Beau. Good to see you commenting again.

Blogger The Aardvark February 19, 2016 4:48 PM  

*My girlfriend was terrified and myself and many people ran out of the theater.*

I watch "Newhart". I hear this guy in the voice of "Michael", the yuppie station program director.

Blogger SciVo February 19, 2016 5:05 PM  

stevev wrote:OT: Tried to go to AlphaGame from this page, (sitting in Denny'S using their free wifi) and this URL showed up:

http://wired.meraki.com:8090/blocked.cgi?&blocked_server=&blocked_url=http%3A%2F%2Falphagameplan.blogspot.com%2F&blocked_categories=bc_022

The message displayed simply said "Site not available"

I'm not savvy enough to know if this is Denny'S way of saying I have attempted to visit a site they consider inappropriate?


With some digging, I found that Meraki is a Cisco brand that has (among other products) security appliances that have content filtering that uses BrightCloud's blockable categories.

Anonymous John Steed February 19, 2016 5:45 PM  

What`s that line from the `Redneck Manifeso`, Yore mouth shore is purty?

Anonymous Discard February 19, 2016 6:16 PM  

Regarding contributors to the crazy homeless problem in Frisco: The libs wanted to free the incarcerated loonies and the cons wanted to save the bucks spent on looney bins, true, but don't forget the "Summer of Love" and the waves of LSD-besotted hippies.

Anonymous Discard February 19, 2016 6:21 PM  

I doubt that Frisco ever a GOP town, because it was always a union town. All those cute little redwood gingerbread houses in snug rows were built for workingmen and their families, not for homos.

Anonymous Discard February 19, 2016 6:27 PM  

Frisco used to be much scarier, in the 70's, when Black Panthers and Jim Jones and his Kool-aid cult were treated as legitimate players. The book to read is "Season of the Witch".

Anonymous Discard February 19, 2016 6:33 PM  

In the late 60's and the 70's, it became common for small western towns to buy bus tickets to Frisco for befuddled vagrants.

Anonymous Discard February 19, 2016 6:38 PM  

The Chinese protect their own interests. They have no intention of being priced out of Frisco, they excel at the game, and they don't give a shit about vibrancy and diversity.

Anonymous BGKB February 19, 2016 6:39 PM  

Mad Max World of ruined cities with homosexual mutants and damned dirty apes with rifles fight for a meager living on the ruins

83 I fail at convincing gays that they will need their liver 10 years from now and your liver controls how fast you age Re:Truvada PrEP. If the Nigapocalypse doesn't happen first, hospitals will be full of guys with bad livers in a decade. Although some of you might regard that as good news.

Blogger JCclimber February 19, 2016 8:51 PM  

living near and working in this city, I know exactly this type of person.

It is incredibly easy to shut them up in person, and watch as their girlfriend immediately starts flashing Indicators Of Interest at you.

Also, plenty of Porshes and Audis with Bernie Sanders bumper stickers in this city. At first I'd snap a picture of them with my iPhone, until I realized no one cared except myself about the irony.

San Francisco, loves, loves, LOVES them some homeless persons. This douchebag obviously hasn't set foot outside his little bubble zones too much in the last 3 years.

BGKB and I could probably compare some great stories about people milking the healthcare system too.

Anonymous Takin' a Look February 19, 2016 9:17 PM  

@ Vox Day

I love you (no homo!)

This...I have been told time and time again, "don't give money to that bum, they milk it for all it's worth!"

Well...all the bums I've seen are american, speak american dialects, so to the naysayers who all to a man just lubs dem some "hard working immigrants"....I say, "Fuck.You.Cuck."

Blogger Thucydides February 19, 2016 9:25 PM  

Yup, a street person high on something comes into a theatre and everyone just runs away.

The management does nothing to stop him from wandering into their place of business (no doubt afraid of the consequences if they try to enforce their property rights), and no one is man enough to take this hurt soul by the arm and lead him into the concession and buy some food, or otherwise provide some aid and comfort (this hardly sounds like a home invasion), instead everyone just runs away.

When their cowardly "civilization" burns to the ground, the survivors from the so called Blue cities will probably still wonder whey the rest of us are cheering and celebrating their demise.

Blogger John rockwell February 20, 2016 8:02 PM  

@Thucydides

They will not allow red states to escape the demise along with them given that every time they implement failed blue state policies they flee to red states,indoctrinate the red's children via education and vote in the same shit that failed their former cities in the red states

Blogger Stephen St. Onge February 22, 2016 11:36 AM  

        I'm beginning to wonder how long it will be before we see the return of slavery in the U.S.?

        I mean, look at these pussies.  They're terrified by the sight of a passed out drunk.  What's to stop people from just kidnapping them and selling them?

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