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Quantess Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-11-06 02:59 AM
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43. But, why should they all come to San Francisco?
Good citizens of SF work hard---they work harder than most people to pay their rent and high cost of living.

Why must vagrants move to SF?
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  - San Francisco fights over its character Ignacio Upton  Dec-09-06 06:12 PM   #0 
  - I'm sorry, but I don't get how wanting to clean things up is bad?  Ignacio Upton   Dec-09-06 06:15 PM   #1 
  - what 'bullshit'?  zreosumgame   Dec-09-06 08:18 PM   #5 
  - The day Wal-Mart threatens to come into the city of SF proper,  quantessd   Dec-11-06 02:49 AM   #40 
  - they have and are trying...  zreosumgame   Dec-11-06 11:49 AM   #50 
  - There aren't any Wal-Marts in SF. n/t  yibbehobba   Dec-11-06 04:43 AM   #46 
     - if you think they have not tried you are not paying attention  zreosumgame   Dec-11-06 11:48 AM   #49 
        - Because Starbucks isn't destroying the fabric of space/time like Wal-Mart.  yibbehobba   Dec-11-06 02:33 PM   #56 
  - Someone had to say it,  policypunk   Dec-09-06 09:40 PM   #6 
  - Not true.  Shakespeare   Dec-09-06 11:04 PM   #10 
  - That's simply untrue. And as I work on community issues  sfexpat2000   Dec-10-06 03:50 AM   #16 
  - I agree it is bullshit,  policypunk   Dec-10-06 04:48 AM   #17 
     - Lucky for you there are NO seedy parts of L.A.  impeachdubya   Dec-10-06 04:55 AM   #19 
     - atleast the LAPD does their job from time to time  policypunk   Dec-10-06 02:00 PM   #21 
        - Yeah, I remember when the LAPD asphyxiated that kid at a Dead show in the late 80s  impeachdubya   Dec-10-06 03:51 PM   #23 
     - i've been one of those kids  mark414   Dec-11-06 02:55 AM   #42 
     - Was this an episode of COPS that you saw on TV?  quantessd   Dec-11-06 04:20 AM   #44 
     - As someone who's spent considerable time in downtown SF...  Shakespeare   Dec-11-06 04:08 PM   #58 
     - SF has some problems  dad   Dec-12-06 04:00 AM   #64 
  - Explain public filth?  cool user name   Dec-11-06 12:20 PM   #53 
  - I'll call bullshit, too.  94114_San_Francisco   Dec-12-06 02:28 AM   #62 
  - Why are you talking about cleaning up the homeless as if  sfexpat2000   Dec-09-06 10:24 PM   #9 
  - Where does it say that you cannot clean up the city and help the homeless?  muntrv   Dec-09-06 06:55 PM   #2 
  - Yeah, clean it up, prettify it, and sweep the human detritus onto the  Peace Patriot   Dec-09-06 07:21 PM   #3 
  - But, why should they all come to San Francisco?  quantessd   Dec-11-06 02:59 AM   #43 
  - What is the Conservative equivalent of San Francisco?  Bicoastal   Dec-09-06 07:24 PM   #4 
  - John Gunther said this about reactionary cities  Perragrande   Dec-09-06 10:12 PM   #7 
  - I've only been in Tulsa briefly, but I'd say it's a clear contender.  TahitiNut   Dec-09-06 10:19 PM   #8 
  - Dallas has its arty, funky, liberal areas too  cool user name   Dec-11-06 12:27 PM   #54 
  - It's because most proper urban cities are turning blue.  crispini   Dec-10-06 03:26 AM   #14 
  - Conservative Bastion?  BlueCollar   Dec-10-06 03:40 PM   #22 
  - I can't think of any big city where conservatives run rampant.  SmellsLikeDeanSpirit   Dec-10-06 04:51 AM   #18 
  - Salt Lake City?  dad   Dec-12-06 04:07 AM   #65 
  - Indianapolis or Cincinatti  AngryAmish   Dec-11-06 04:03 PM   #57 
  - Just in time for the 40th anniversary of the "Summer of Love."  Mythsaje   Dec-10-06 12:01 AM   #11 
  - six up is still the cry...  mark414   Dec-11-06 02:20 AM   #39 
  - A huge population drains its homeless into San Francisco.  Porcupine   Dec-10-06 01:05 AM   #12 
  - You will find homeless in Central Contra Costa.  Gormy Cuss   Dec-10-06 02:17 AM   #13 
  - But the homeless are not allowed to intrude on the money.  Porcupine   Dec-10-06 08:31 PM   #27 
     - I had a service job in Marin for years. You're right, it has become too expensive for most of those  impeachdubya   Dec-10-06 08:46 PM   #30 
     - Actually, you could sit in front of the Nordstrom's in WC without getting arrested  Gormy Cuss   Dec-10-06 08:56 PM   #31 
  - That's a ridiculous assertion. I lived in Marin for years, there certainly were homeless there.  impeachdubya   Dec-10-06 03:39 AM   #15 
     - But not in Mill Valley, Fairfax, Tiburon or Ross.  Porcupine   Dec-10-06 08:15 PM   #26 
        - There are no homeless in Fairfax???  impeachdubya   Dec-10-06 08:43 PM   #29 
           - In Marin I've only ever seen homeless in San Rafael.  Porcupine   Dec-10-06 11:22 PM   #32 
              - There are for sure homeless people in Fairfax. And you're right, things have changed here.  impeachdubya   Dec-10-06 11:52 PM   #33 
                 - Marin is one good brush fire from extinction anyway....  Porcupine   Dec-11-06 12:07 AM   #34 
                    - All the same, I'd move back if I could afford it.  impeachdubya   Dec-11-06 01:30 AM   #37 
  - Noble in theory, but  HypnoToad   Dec-10-06 06:03 AM   #20 
  - Who's the mayor and why  zidzi   Dec-10-06 03:58 PM   #24 
  - You have no idea...  LeftCoast   Dec-10-06 04:01 PM   #25 
  - You don't know who the mayor of San Francisco is?  Shakespeare   Dec-11-06 04:11 PM   #59 
     - I looked it up..  zidzi   Dec-11-06 05:55 PM   #60 
  - There is no reason not to clean up the city.  BullGooseLoony   Dec-10-06 08:32 PM   #28 
  - I think there is a real disconnect  fujiyama   Dec-11-06 12:18 AM   #35 
  - What. The. Fuck.  sfexpat2000   Dec-11-06 12:20 AM   #36 
  - How do they "do their part"??  Reterr   Dec-11-06 02:51 AM   #41 
     - By not telling people NOT to clean up the city. nt  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-06 04:41 AM   #45 
        - i want to cleanse SF  mark414   Dec-11-06 11:26 AM   #48 
           - Didn't that already happen in 2002, onward?  quantessd   Dec-12-06 01:36 AM   #61 
  - As a San Franciscan from 1992-2001, before reading anyone else's comments,  quantessd   Dec-11-06 02:09 AM   #38 
  - SF is a tough city.  AtomicKitten   Dec-11-06 04:51 AM   #47 
  - Planting trees?  Freddie Stubbs   Dec-11-06 12:05 PM   #51 
  - But, but, but I thought Care Not Cash was gonna end the homeless problem  KamaAina   Dec-11-06 12:09 PM   #52 
  - The Haight is dangerous, especially at night.  WilliamPitt   Dec-11-06 01:00 PM   #55 
  - They've being trying to gentrify  Raine   Dec-12-06 02:41 AM   #63 
     - I agree.  E.R. Strooley   Dec-15-06 06:24 PM   #66 

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