Rob Anderson's commentary on San Francisco politics from District 5
Labels: District 5, Divisadero
posted by Rob Anderson @ 5:41 PM
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You need more Muslim- and bicycle- hatred, Rob. People want to read that, and you just aren't putting enough out there to keep up with the other Haight blogs.
They are free to not speak about you. Do you have a sad?
Yes, they are "free" to do whatever they want. It just seems lame to dump me off the list and not defend doing that, but then issues aren't really their thing, are they? Maybe they're too busy doing art walks and taking pictures of food to flatter local restaurants. Nice pictures, little content.Please provide some examples of my "hate" for Muslims and bicycles. I hate bicycles as physical objects? I do hate the jihadists, the kind of Muslims who make war on little girls and plant bombs in crowds---and then, oddly, get people like you to claim that hating that somehow indicts all Muslims.And which "Haight blogs" do I have to keep up with? Uppercasing? Hayeswire? Same formula as Haighteration. Whenever Haighteration does something on the Wiggle, it gets a lot of comments, which probably makes them nervous. Oh, can't we all just get along? More importantly, where are we going for dinner tonight?
Speaking of "keeping up," it must be noted that other blogs in SF have been MIA as City Hall greases the skids for the city's gentrification with the prog-supported "smart growth" doctrine that developers, not surprisingly, also support.Allowing UC to rip off---and trash that state and federal landmark--- the old Extension property on lower Haight Street without a peep of protest. The Market/Octavia project that will bring 40-story highrises to Market and Van Ness. The Masonic Avenue bike project that will screw up that major north/south for the more than 40,000 people who now use it every day. The Van Ness BRT project that will deliberately create traffic congestion on that major city street---and state and federal highway. Parkmerced and Treasure Island!It's all good, right? It's hard "to keep up" with the accelerated degradation of San Francisco under our oh-so "progressive" political leadership!
A functional link to the Van Ness BRT project.
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