New Board

For refugees from MyWay and Tek Board II, and for anyone else wishing to participate.


    BIGOTS!

    Share
    avatar
    sinister_midget
    Admin

    Posts : 3016
    Join date : 2016-08-26
    Age : 65
    Location : Home

    BIGOTS!

    Post  sinister_midget on Wed Jul 04, 2018 7:24 am

    Big Convention Pulls Out Of San Francisco, Citing Unsafe Streets

    Tourists are turning away from the City by the Bay, while a huge medical convention has cancelled plans to meet in San Francisco, saying its members don’t feel safe on the streets.

    Locals may feel comfortable, but visitors are often shocked when the reality of San Francisco’s streets is a far cry from its postcard image.

    Tourists once took home memories of famed cable cars. These days, too often it is of the image of someone begging, or dancing in circles, or just wandering around the streets intoxicated or mentally ill.

    “You can smell it,” says one tourist.

    “I come from a third world county and it is not as bad as this,” says another.

    Now it’s seriously affecting the city’s biggest business: tourism.

    “They feel their safety is as risk because they are seeing so many people with issues,” says Kevin Carroll of the San Francisco Hotel Council.

    “They see people laying on the streets — petty crimes going on in the streets,” says Joe D’Alessandro with Travel SF.

    Tourism rakes in $9 billion per year in San Francisco, so officials have been reluctant to go public with the problem. In part, it is because it makes the city look bad and that’s bad for business.

    “Restaurants, taxis, people spend more money outside hotels than inside and for that reason it is something we should all be concerned about,” says Carroll.

    A major medical association has pulled its $40 million convention out of San Francisco over the state of the streets.

    “The convention felt that the streets of San Francisco are not a place that a lot of their delegates wanted to come to,” says Alessandro.

    The medical group is not alone.

    “A number of groups are concerned about the streets of San Francisco,” says Alessandro. “They say ‘we don’t know if the streets are safe, we don’t know if we want to meet here.’”

    San Francisco spends over $300 million each year on housing and homeless programs, but you wouldn’t know it walking down Market Street.

    “It’s obviously not making the difference that it needs to,” says Carroll.

    “We are not going to able to accept bad behavior going forward,” says Alessandro. “We have to be compassionate about people in need – but if people are breaking the law.”

    Alessandro has been saying this for years but the problem persists.

    “There have been some steps in the right direction -we just need a lot more,” he says.

    The hotel industry is pressing for a heightened police presence in tourist spots to give people the feeling of safety and comfort. They also want the existing laws on drugs and loitering better-enforced.

    What is wrong with all of those people? Don't they know that's Nancy Pelosi's district? Don't they realize the white liberals have elected a black female mascot mayor to make them feel more caring and smug?



    _________________
    The American Dream is to be Donald Trump.
    -- Barack Hussein Obama
    avatar
    sinister_midget
    Admin

    Posts : 3016
    Join date : 2016-08-26
    Age : 65
    Location : Home

    Re: BIGOTS!

    Post  sinister_midget on Thu Jul 05, 2018 12:14 am

    San Francisco Logs Over 16,000 Feces Complaints in One Week

    Over 16,000 complaints have been logged with the City of San Francisco regarding ‘feces’ in the last seven days.

    A website and related app that allows local residents to request maintenance or non-emergency services from the city has received 16,015 complaints with the keyword ‘feces’ in the last week at the time of this writing, and many pertain to human waste in public places.

    Additionally, words and phrases synonymous with ‘feces’ are found in thousands more grievances.

    Many of the complaints also connect the fecal matter to vagrants and homeless encampments - a sight all too common now across California.

    Users can geotag the location in question, and also provide photos to support their claim.

    “Homeless encampment is blocking sidewalk and creates a health hazard w trash and feces,” writes one user. “Please move them, and send a cleaning crew. Sidewalk is impassable, forcing pedestrians into the street.”

    “Homeless individuals sleeping along Funston between Clement and Geary,” writes another user. 
“Observed homeless people shooting up at 5pm on Monday, July 2nd. Lots of feces and garbage in the area. Please clean up area and see if homeless individuals need services.”

    A local Fox affiliate reported earlier this week about a “big bag of poo” filled with approximately 20 pounds of feces discarded on a San Francisco sidewalk.

    Everything is under control. Tell those hate-filled tourists they can stick it where the sun don't shine because they're takin' care of business in Collie-fornia (a little Ah-nold lingo there)!

    Vote for Princess Nancy and the winner of the James Brown lookalike contest so the whole state can enjoy their progressive agenda.


    _________________
    The American Dream is to be Donald Trump.
    -- Barack Hussein Obama

      Current date/time is Fri Jul 20, 2018 3:06 pm