Status update: Daly on Facebook during meeting

During a City Hall hearing Monday afternoon regarding crime on Muni, it seemed as if Supervisor Chris Daly was so bored that he might as well log onto Facebook for a bit of social networking fun.

However, a glance at Daly’s Facebook page would suggest he was less bored than fed-up with hearing the same old song about assaults, thefts, graffiti and fare evasion on buses and streetcars.

“Violence on MUNI is a real issue, but this is a useless hearing,” Daly wrote on his Facebook page.

He also took the moment to blast fellow Supervisor Bevan Dufty, the chair of the San Francisco County Transportation Authority, for being inactive about Muni’s crime problem.

“Should stop the talking and start the doing,” Daly wrote.

Ouch! It appears Daly has not joined Facebook to make new friends.
 

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