Author Topic: SF MAYOR SAYS HER CITY IS DROWNING IN POOP  (Read 2229 times)

Online Mr.Obvious

Re: SF MAYOR SAYS HER CITY IS DROWNING IN POOP
« Reply #135 on: August 17, 2018, 04:23:51 AM »
If The hottest person you could imagine would come to you and offer sex,  but it would have to be with him/her in a full-body (and head) fursuit: would you?
You're not tied doWn by a relationship in this scenario.

I mean, as long as we are derailing The thread and all.
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Offline Baruch

Re: SF MAYOR SAYS HER CITY IS DROWNING IN POOP
« Reply #136 on: August 17, 2018, 06:32:29 AM »
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If The hottest person you could imagine would come to you and offer sex,  but it would have to be with him/her in a full-body (and head) fursuit: would you?
You're not tied doWn by a relationship in this scenario.

I mean, as long as we are derailing The thread and all.

I prefer my play toy in latex, thanks ;-)
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Offline Munch

Re: SF MAYOR SAYS HER CITY IS DROWNING IN POOP
« Reply #137 on: August 17, 2018, 12:09:24 PM »
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If The hottest person you could imagine would come to you and offer sex,  but it would have to be with him/her in a full-body (and head) fursuit: would you?
You're not tied doWn by a relationship in this scenario.

I mean, as long as we are derailing The thread and all.

Probably not, it's a costume, you don't get the benefit of skin to skin contact

Offline Baruch

Re: SF MAYOR SAYS HER CITY IS DROWNING IN POOP
« Reply #138 on: August 17, 2018, 01:16:49 PM »
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Probably not, it's a costume, you don't get the benefit of skin to skin contact

Roll around in honey or chocolate syrup first, then on a shag carpet.
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Offline Cavebear

Re: SF MAYOR SAYS HER CITY IS DROWNING IN POOP
« Reply #139 on: August 22, 2018, 06:23:44 AM »
Skin contact is rather better.  Hairiness is not really high on my list of turn-ons.
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Offline pr126

Re: SF MAYOR SAYS HER CITY IS DROWNING IN POOP
« Reply #140 on: August 26, 2018, 12:36:20 AM »
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New York City will be spending $2.06 billion on its Department of Homeless Services. There are 61,421 homeless people in the city which is spending $33,539 per homeless person.

That’s only a little short of the starting salary of an FDNY firefighter at $39,000.

More money will be spent on the homeless than on the firefighters who save New Yorkers from burning buildings. The FDNY will have to make do with $2.04 billion, and the health department with $1.6 billion.

That’s impressive for DHS, a department that was only created in 1993 by the disgraced Dinkins administration and is now burning through more cash than agencies fulfilling actual vital city functions.

Two years ago, DHS had over 2,600 employees. That’s 1 employee to every 23 homeless people. Meanwhile 234 New Yorkers get only 1 police officer to serve and protect them from criminals.

Has this vast infusion of cash solved homelessness in the city? Nope.

New York’s homeless population has kept on growing until it now has more homeless people than any other city. New York City’s homeless growth rate is also faster than that of any other city.

Maybe because it spends more than any other city. But Los Angeles is catching up.

Its $4.6 billion package of homeless tax increases are staggering. Los Angeles doubled its homeless budget to $450 million. Los Angeles County plans to spend $374 million. That’s 1 percent of a budget meant to service a population of over 10 million going to just 53,193 people.

As Los Angeles threw more money at the homeless problem, its homeless population increased 26%.

New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Portland, Seattle and the Bay Area are responsible for much of the national growth in homelessness

New York City and Los Angeles only account for 3 to 5 percent of the country’s population, but for a quarter of the country’s homeless population. Even considering inflated real estate prices in both cities, a national problem should not be this disproportionately concentrated in only two cities.

San Francisco will be spending $279 million on 7,499 homeless people. Seattle is spending $63 million, up from $39 million four years ago, while the Puget Sound area may be spending up to $1.06 billion.

Seattle’s homeless population is up 44% in two years to 5,500. The Seattle Times claims that Seattle has a higher concentration of homeless than New York and Los Angeles.

New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Portland, Seattle and the Bay Area are responsible for much of the national growth in homelessness. Activists blame the crisis on soaring real estate prices. While those are some of the most expensive cities in the country, they’ve been that way for quite some time.

Rapid gentrification may catch local residents by surprise in cities with more recent booms. But no one is likely to be surprised by the cost of living in the Bay Area, Los Angeles or New York City. And those cities are also dedicating the most resource to fighting homelessness while only making the problem worse.

The statistics on homelessness are full of such curious mysteries. Why do New York and California have more homeless people than 30 states combined?

Why does Texas have only 17% of the homeless population of California? Why does Colorado have four times the homeless population of Utah? Why do Oregon and Washington have more homeless than Montana, Idaho, South and North Dakota, Wyoming, Utah, Nebraska, Kansas, and Iowa combined?

The pattern is political. And lucrative.

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It’s a scam that runs easily into the billions while destroying lives and communities

‘Homeless’ is a fake political term that deliberately misstates the problem. The issue is mostly not a lack of housing, but some combination of mental illness and drug use that make it difficult to maintain residential status. There are ordinary people who are genuinely homeless, and the media makes a point of highlighting their stories, but homelessness is mostly not a problem of housing, but of treatment.

While the media tells only one side of the story, it’s the mentally ill and the severe addicts who are the public face of the homeless crisis that the residents of major cities encounter every day. It’s these sights that move them to approve of spending hundreds of millions and even billions of dollars on programs that they believe will remove the horrible sights that they’re seeing from public view.

And that incentivizes the social welfare system and its allied activists to worsen the problem so as to squeeze more money out of taxpayers. Every budget increase means more homeless on the street, more street crime, drug use, and random abuse. Funding the system isn’t the solution, it’s the problem.

The homeless crisis is a billion dollar scam. It isn’t being solved. It’s only getting worse.
"Propaganda works best when those who are being manipulated are confident they are acting on their free will."
 - Joseph Goebbels

Offline Baruch

Re: SF MAYOR SAYS HER CITY IS DROWNING IN POOP
« Reply #141 on: August 26, 2018, 03:30:04 AM »
Socialism in the US takes different forms than in Venezuela.  If you ban voting, then you won't have to bother bribing the public for its damn votes.
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