San Francisco's Spectacular Hypocrisy
In San Francisco, concern for the environment is a dearly held civic virtue. The Sierra Club was founded here 120 years ago; San Francisco's mayor issued the first Earth Day proclamation in 1970; and, more recently, San Franciscans have embraced everything from organic food and compostable plastics to hybrid cars and bike lanes.
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Since: Oct 12
#1 Oct 25, 2012
I like the creepy homeless guys, accosting the tourists for spare change, around Fisherman's Wharf....who need's that pesky tourism, anyway?......Let them, remember what it used to be like....
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