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June 17, 2017



Well, the fellow certainly got "screwed."

governed by gangsters?

Where there are hotels by a major airport and a major city like SF, there is lots of organized prostitution and drug dealing.

The mansions of Hillsborough house the kingpins and customers alike.

And, when you have enough money to buy unlimited, ongoing pleasure...even the most well known and 'successful' people are indulging.

And, law enforcement from the new beat cop to the Governor's office are well aware, often well paid off (according to their mouths), and occasionally get a freebie out of it.

So, depending on what type of community you want, I hope that sheds some reality that Less Government and More Individual Rights is the better direction...because who wants to be governed by gangsters?

I sure hope that Elon Musk will run for Governor against Gavin Newsom.


Today's Daily Post has another similar article/police report. This time it is at the Hyatt and some 60 year old guy hired two twenty something hookers to come up to his room for $500, but he only had $120 on him....or off him, I suppose. Got his phone and laptop taken and a knock on the head before they were apprehended a short time later.

Also in the Post today, a 13 year old girl was offered candy by a man in his early 20s in Washington Park. She walked away into a nearby store. He was on a bicycle.

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