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Jovan Hutton Pulitzer has been making this point on his last three podcast episodes.
The looting will stop when the city elects a competent mayor and city council.
That's an enormous opportunity for the MAGA party.
Heh-heh... The data is there, they're just not showing it.
And sure enough, 81m.org is still showing massive numbers of dislikes on the White House YouTube channel.
And 81m.org is also showing that dislikes are still being removed. And very large numbers of them are being removed.
Cleavon Little in Blazing Saddles?
The left is understandable if you know that THEY JUST MAKE SHIT UP TO USE AS A WEAPON.
It doesn't have to be true.
It doesn't have to be logically consistent.
It doesn't even have to make sense.
Yeah, government freebies are the wrong argument.
And regenerative braking saves (recycles) a significant amount of energy.
There's room for multiple types of vehicles. We shouldn't be hating on the technology, we should be addressing the government control with its graft, corruption, bribery, fraud, waste, and mismanagement.
Wow... that's insane.
Okay, that store deserves it.
Yes, it's San Francisco.
These sidewalks look like they were just cleaned. They're wet in some of the photos.
The longstanding shit sidewalks are a couple blocks away.
That's a storefront on Post Street in San Francisco, with the windows boarded up due to crime.
It's from Michelle Tandler's amazing twitter post "This is what downtown San Francisco looks like right now."
A facade, with teleprompter skillz.
Note that this is a small college town, so it's pretty lefty.
Also noticed by Josh Mandel, currently running for senator:
My son is a junior studying architecture at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
He ordered a calzone from Doughby's, and took this photo.
Here's the source of the headline:
Interesting. According to this, there's no US City in even the top 200.
The first US City to show up is Yosemite Lakes, California. That's got to be an error. There's nothing in Yosemite Lakes. It's not even a city. Or even a town. Population 4,952. Or maybe the measurements were made during a forest fire.
It's got a good beat, you can dance to it.
I think the original is here:
Serious question, that might require some research:
Is there money involved?
The diner in that painting is still around.
"Joe's Diner" in Lee, Mass. Check it out.
And therein lies the paradox.
It could be either.
And one of them has a significantly greater financial, and safety, incentive.
So perhaps the consequence is the opposite of the initial intent.
Although that was not a typical neighborhood situation. (I'll say!)
The real question is, who's gonna be running against him in 2022?
And who's gonna be making sure the election is proper?
The twitter post is here:
Says it's a real gas station is in Grove, Oklahoma.