Re: “Transgender, women’s rights advocate and prominent Twitter engineer charged with rape

News flash! Not every human problem is a disease that can only be cured by a higher power. Stop sending people to AA they have a five percent success rate.

Posted by Aaron Ferguson on 04/17/2014 at 4:43 AM

Re: “Eviction numbers in San Francisco debated

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Posted by nerissajullapr on 04/17/2014 at 1:39 AM

Re: “Police, officials warn of 4/20 crackdown

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Posted by nerissajullapr on 04/17/2014 at 1:34 AM

Re: “Hometown players rarely deserve boos

Man. You really are the lamest writer in sports. Do you EVER get ANYTHING right????

Posted by i wasn't here on 04/17/2014 at 12:47 AM

Re: “Jake McGoldrick tells Supervisor Scott Wiener to ‘trash’ his idea

I think Jake McGoldrick was way too polite.

Posted by Gypsy Taub on 04/16/2014 at 11:31 PM

Re: “Transgender, women’s rights advocate and prominent Twitter engineer charged with rape

@ Survivorthriver
@ Anita Perry
Not letting your child transition is child abuse, the the exact same thing as forcing your children onto cross sex hormones. You are sick people, there's no point in arguing... I can only hope you get sectioned for your psychopathic schizophrenia.

Why would you be worried about their fertility when their life is in danger? Trans people have one of the highest death ratios, not giving them treatment is like telling them they should kill themsleves. This is just disgusting, it's terrible to hear that there still exist people like you, who only think of their children as machines for reproduction, and not humans.

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Posted by ojd on 04/16/2014 at 10:55 PM

Re: “California immigration holds drop

Hey... great news for the America-hating Left. The fact that this is being pushed as good news shows a) just how much the Associated Press is Left-biased, and b) that we live in a one-party Liberal State where the rights of Americans are meaningless - at least compared to immigrants' rights.

Posted by i wasn't here on 04/16/2014 at 10:49 PM

Re: “Proposed state Senate bill seeks to remove prohibitions for school language immersion programs

Nice to see all sides of San Francisco's political spectrum - from Left to Far Left to Extreme Left - are in unanimity.

Posted by i wasn't here on 04/16/2014 at 10:44 PM

Re: “Campaign seeks to eliminate pet waste in dog parks

First World Problems.

Posted by i wasn't here on 04/16/2014 at 10:39 PM

Re: “Chinatown Walgreens egg sale blowout causes bit of a ruckus

I saw this once at the Lucky's on Fulton and Masonic. A bunch of old Asian women with their husbands waiting outside with suitcases full of the eggs the women were buying. They were offering confused USF student $ to buy the eggs for them (they were supposedly limited to two dozen) and the checkers were kicking them out of line for trying to buy dozen after dozen.

Long story short - they were reselling the eggs at a profit in China Town.

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Posted by 5thingy on 04/16/2014 at 9:44 PM

Re: “SF begins debate over proposed soda tax ballot measure

Supervisor Scott Wiener compared the tax to the rising price of tobacco products, saying that, “Sometimes you have to send price signals to people.”

Hasn't City Hall sent enough of their "price signals" to the city. Between March 1, 2012 and Feb. 28, 2013, the number of eviction notices filed with the San Francisco Rent Board jumped 26 percent compared to the previous year, according to the board’s annual eviction report. City Halls solution to solve the city affordability crisis. Is to give tax breaks to billion dollar tech companies and to pass a new beverage tax on to the middle class.

San Francisco City Hall will do anything to distract voters attention away from the REAL ISSUES . They cant the balance the budget, reform public worker pensions, or get the MUNI to run on time so they waste their time (and our money) on banning Happy Meals and taxing soft drinks, and trying to force us on to bicycles.

All they are really doing is keeping the "City Family" funded with huge $100,000 salaries and LAVISH GOLD PLATED PENSIONS! If anyone doubts why San Francisco is broke, look no further than the fact that 1 out of 3 public employees make over $100,000 a year, 20% more than the private sector pay, with vastly better benefits and health care. The crushing weight of San Francisco City employees' salaries and benefits is one reason the City keeps pushing new taxes on to residents.

Mayor Lee's proposed $7.9 billion City budget for Fiscal Year 2013–2014 indicates that the City will increase spending by $710 million, adding 866 more City government employees, bringing the total to 27,722 full-time equivalent employees. [The City actually had 36,761 full- and part-time employees at the end of calendar year 2012. Over one-half of the Mayor's budget — $3.9 billion — will be dedicated to City employee salaries and benefits. The average City employee makes $99,000 with benefits, while the average citizen makes about $73,000 with few or no benefits. City Hall never, ever, tries to cut spending, it is always about more taxes, more revenues, and more regulation to justify their jobs. Does anyone wonder why SF is so expensive? It is our own government that is causing it!

In November VOTE NO on the beverage tax and VOTE NO on any new taxes from the city.

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Posted by Sfparkripoff on 04/16/2014 at 9:35 PM

Re: “Two intoxicated men attacked by man in wheelchair in Tenderloin

2 guys attacked by a guy in a wheel chair too drunk to run away. Wow
That is gonna be my next stand up comedy act....

We were attacked by this scary big mean looking gang banger a wheel chair....
He locked his wheels and cut us so quickly we never saw it coming...
we tried to run away but he was too fast or we were too dumb ass and could not put one foot in front of the other.
When everyone on the block was done laughing the police rolled by heard the story and laughed as they called it in.
No w every poor guy in a wheel chair is a suspect.

Posted by joejoe on 04/16/2014 at 9:31 PM

Re: “Muni driver accused of fraud pleads not guilty

The guys are still at 16th St BART Plaza selling MUNI transfers every day for a buck right in the open.
That's 16th and Mission BART Plaza....BAY AREA RAPID TRANSIT. Usually the Walgreens side. Try 5pm-9pm?

If the city honestly thought it was wrong to sell stolen transfers they would have stopped it a year ago.
If her tickets were stolen or sold; Who cares. Thank you lady.
There will be more transfers sold by those who want to make a buck to those who want to save a buck.
It really is time for celebration!

Idiots at MUNI still saying "Duh, I never saw that coming"
Maybe this is the result of your switchbacks asshole.

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Posted by joejoe on 04/16/2014 at 9:14 PM

Re: “Woman arrested at SFO again said she has nowhere else to go

So much compassion in the City of St Francis ... "Iwas" ever hear of hubris? May you be judged as you judged her, may the Great Mother Kali Ma see to your karmic realignment soon.

Posted by ElizabethFrantesAKAtiggrrrsf on 04/16/2014 at 8:56 PM

Re: “CCSF legal battle heats up

Beno and her legal team (paid for with taxpayer and student revenues) tried once to have the Herrera lawsuit shifted to federal court and failed. They're going back to the same trough again (and again with taxpayer and student revenues). Meanwhile, they are on notice from the U.S. Department of Education that they've got to correct their practices or lose their status as an accrediting agency.

Sounds like they are on thin ice here, and, desperate to maintain their lucrative salaries and stranglehold over California community colleges, are going for broke. Here's a nice vision: Barbara Beno frogwalked into county jail for contempt of court.

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Posted by justice4all on 04/16/2014 at 8:48 PM

Re: “Feinstein against legalizing pot

BTW, since the accident in the article was caused by someone already breaking the law, ie, using a cell phone, maybe Miss Piggy could put cellphones and texting on the Schedule? That does not prove that pot had anything to do with the accident. Perhaps you could check the New Scientist archive about their studies done in the UK about how pot really does affect drivers.

Posted by ElizabethFrantesAKAtiggrrrsf on 04/16/2014 at 8:27 PM

Re: “Feinstein against legalizing pot

I am not surprised that SenateWhore FineSwine is against pot, nor that she used that idiotic illogical argument that it "leads to hard drugs" either. She is the most unrighteous sow in DC right now, and that's saying a lot. She is the reason SF was destroyed by overdevelopment and is now an ugly, overbuilt mess. She wanted Manhattan, and we've got a destroyed City with no music, no art, no fun, and no sustainable economy. She destroyed businesses, ran out those who have lived here and made the City what it was. So, if she hates pot that much, why isn't she calling for the arrest and conviction of all the politicians and lawyers who have made BILLIONS in various taxes, fees, etc, which drove up the cost of medical pot beyond the reach of most patients? It wasn't always like this, and it doesn't have to be this way. The people of California keep speaking, and that unrighteous sow keeps doing the bidding of the GOP and corporate interests.

Posted by ElizabethFrantesAKAtiggrrrsf on 04/16/2014 at 8:19 PM

Re: “Transgender, women’s rights advocate and prominent Twitter engineer charged with rape

To answer a few unintelligent questions from above:
Small condo with 3 kids? How about she was renting? After all when a marriage goes really bad one person has to move out.
Why didn't she report it after the first rape? It's possible all three happened in one night. After all she is being charged with false imprisonment.
Money? I didn't hear one sentence that the victim asked for any money. By California law when they divorce she automatically gets half.
We have not witnessed any of the post photos of victims wounds or bruises. God I hope we don't. The news has a great reputation for posting to much info on the victim. My god they should stay nameless and faceless unless they are proven to be fabricating a serious Lie.
Now I hope for two things all the above bigotry to stop. This article has nothing to do with that subject.
Second is I hope (those I speak of should stop and think) that the transgender community won't just side with the accused because of her sex. Other wise you are just as bad as these other bigots.
By the way I am straight male who supports people's right to choose to live as what ever sex they want.

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Posted by DirtyCharm on 04/16/2014 at 8:18 PM

Re: “Amanda Bynes’ mom blames pot

I blame her mother. The apple didn't fall far from the tree.

Posted by ElizabethFrantesAKAtiggrrrsf on 04/16/2014 at 8:09 PM

Re: “Police, officials warn of 4/20 crackdown

More proof SF is over. It's no fun anymore. I suppose they would love it if people were charged admission, kept behind a fence, only those with money, please ... it's so disgusting, really, considering the BILLIONS of dollars that the "pot community" is paying City and State politicians, in taxes, questionable fees, in "campaigh donations" which are technically illegal under Federal law, it's called "racketeering" This mendacity destroyed medical marijuana, by making it so expensive that the neediest of the actual patients can't afford it, and aren't allowed to consume it anywhere, including their own housing, if they have it. As for the mess, it seems like every public gathering generates a great deal of garbage, and perhaps more garbage recepticles would help things. It's time to take the plant back from the revenuers, after all, SF declared itself a sanctuary city for marijuana. would that those undercover cops would be deployed where they are needed, to prevent actual crime, and leave the potheads alone.

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Posted by ElizabethFrantesAKAtiggrrrsf on 04/16/2014 at 8:05 PM

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