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It used to be a great city. - 10/29/2019
I first moved the city in the late 70's. It was a great place then. Friendly, creative people, relatively peaceful, and of course beautiful. There was a great vibe going on. But now! I've been back to live there maybe a dozen times, and each time it just got more expensive while offering less, and the city I once knew is now totally destroyed by greed. People moan about the liberals, but it's about corruption and ineptitude really. The liberals that are still there, and there's not many, constantly fight among themselves. There is NO consensus between no one, especially on important things like the homeless, crime, traffic, all that. The police have been a disaster with their so called "containment" policy, and folks, they have been doing this for going on half a century! Their policy of cramming all the drug addicts and assorted criminals into the Tenderloin and allowing them to do what they want with impunity is insane. Besides, what sort of message does that send to the rest of Read More
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Playground for the elite and the hapless - 9/2/2019
Typical city with democrats at the podium. If you enjoy mixing the high-income elite, mixed with traffic gridlock, daily crime, gangs, homeless people defecating and urinating in public, business people who cannot communicate using the English language, illegal aliens, and governmental non-support for law enforcement agencies and ICE, it's a great place. There is no place for the middle class American to survive in a meaningful way here. You may add San Fran pandering to criminals, drug addicts and alcoholics more than they do ethical business owners. Overpopulation and exorbitant housing prices are a plus as well, if you are into that. This left coast city taxes at will and forces unconstitutional state laws upon their citizens and disregards federal laws. It's a sickly community. Stay away, or you may catch the liberal cult Read More

Poopers Delight - 7/31/2019
An outdoorsy "Poopers Paradise". Techno Geek millennial Hipster nerds love it. Diner's with a window seat at the ever diminishing San Francisco eateries, not so Read More

Okay - 7/3/2019
It's pretty okay there. I went there to visit Pier 39, Coit Tower, and Alcatraz. Those places were pretty great, although traffic sucks. I spent about an hour that day on the Golden Gate Bridge. It also makes me really sad when I see homeless Read More

San Francisco ZERO quality of life (Not kidding) - 3/9/2019
Lived here in San Francisco for 8 years now, and fed up with the whole city. I was lured in by a high salary and position at a tech company. I grew up poor in a small town so it sounded good. I work in tech sector and have a pretty high paying job and I find rentals and mostly anything too high priced. So I dont know how anyone working a regular job like retail even makes it.

What does it tell you when the highest paid jobs in the city are at the city’s department of retirement services and the sheriff’s department. (it tells you that the city is corrupt and self serving.) Liberals have not only ruined San Francisco but California altogether, its a shame since its a beautiful state.

This is evident by the now famous amount of bums we have in the city and the needles and drug paraphernalia littering the parks and sidewalks at every turn. The place is akin to a 3rd orld country (likely worse). bum population is disgustingly high and crime ridden.
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Unreal - 6/14/2018
Drug needles all over the place. Homeless all over the place. Democrats stole public employees retirement funds. They put illegals like ms 13 over citizen. Yet sick pos democrats keep voting criminals into office. Read More

sometimes warm often breezy --rarely too hot - 5/17/2014
the City craves the hot weather but falls apart after two day, nobody can sleep they get bit to death by mosquitos at night when they open there windows for air and finally on the 3rd the blessed fog rolls and life goes back to Read More

nice - 2/15/2014
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More Doctors versus Quality of Care - 11/6/2013
I am a middle-aged man who has lived most of his life in San Francisco. I have seen all the changes-good, bad and in-between-and the accompanying increase in population. There are now more Doctors than ever before, in all types of specialties. But DO NOT think for that reason you will be getting good health care. In my opinion, we have some of the worst outcomes for various procedures in the Northern Calif. area. I have seen studies on this. In addition, we are in the "most expensive" category in the Nation for these procedures. It seems to me that the Doctors in the San Francisco Bay Area, assurred of a continuing supply of patients due to the over-population density of the region, feel that they can demand top-dollar for the work that they do, no matter the quality. There will always be more "sheep" to be "sheared". It's the old adage: the more of something you have or create, the worse the quality. This is my opinion. It has been my experience. Other residents of this area may Read More

Going downhill faster than a snowball headed towar - 11/5/2013
I was born in San Francisco. It wasn't that long ago, the 1950's. The City was a great place to live while growing-up-many places to see and do--all free, or inexpensive. There were many areas of the City, and Bay Area, that were just large lots, filled with bushes, meadows and trees(these were the most imagination filled areas of all). You could walk thru the neighboorhoods at Xmas, look at all the displays in the homes, leave your doors unlocked, knew your policeman by his first name. It stayed this way-more or less-until the late 1980's, I'd say. Development became the Word of the Day. And with it, hoards of people, newly hatched from some high-tech incubator. They do not seem to be raised as we were, they are self-absorbed, in-sincere, do not know the value of a dollar. And, then, others that came here seemed to bubble-up from the slime--these are the ones that make the streets filthy(as noted in previous reports). These two general groups are pushing out what is left of the Read More

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