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2012-10-06 05:52:50 PM
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God-is-a-Taco: [i46.tinypic.com image 363x285] 
What a bad place to build a settlement may look like

The pressure has increased sufficiently and the plates has been active lately.
The buildings were literally rebuilt on the rubble of the previous earthquake, leading to even more susceptibility.
Seattle has the same problem, but mostly from a tsunami.


"'Cause I'm praying for mayhem;
I'm praying for tidal waves
I wanna see the ground give way.
I wanna watch it all go down.
Mom, please, flush it all away.
I wanna see it go right in and down.
I wanna watch it go right in.
Watch you flush it all away.

Time to bring it down again.
Don't just call me pessimist.
Try and read between the lines.

I can't imagine why you wouldn't
Welcome any change, my friend.

I wanna see it come down.
Bring it down.
Suck it down.
Flush it down." ~ MJK
2012-10-06 05:45:00 PM
2 votes:
I couldn't get used to San Francisco. Maybe I just got stuck in the wrong crowd/job/neighborhood/time or whatever, but despite its left-leaning, easy going facade, I could never escape the specter of Money whilst living in San Francisco. The gap between those who had it and those who did not, is wider than perhaps anywhere in America and on daily public display. Every little piece of property, be it physical, political or intellectual is battled over like Thunderdome. The push to 'keep up with Joneses' in terms of income, fashion, possessions, is omnipresent. Half the city and it's surroundings are made up of a rotating mob of tech workers from foreign parts, chasing only pay checks and work experience. The freeways are clogged by leased luxury vehicles. Of course, I was there chasing that exact same thing, so that may have tainted my experience. Does anybody else get the same vibe from SF, or am I just wading through my own delusions, here?

Beautiful lookin' town, though.
2012-10-06 10:04:41 PM
1 votes:

PallMall: God-is-a-Taco: [i46.tinypic.com image 363x285] 
What a bad place to build a settlement may look like

The pressure has increased sufficiently and the plates has been active lately.
The buildings were literally rebuilt on the rubble of the previous earthquake, leading to even more susceptibility.
Seattle has the same problem, but mostly from a tsunami.

"'Cause I'm praying for mayhem;
I'm praying for tidal waves
I wanna see the ground give way.
I wanna watch it all go down.
Mom, please, flush it all away.
I wanna see it go right in and down.
I wanna watch it go right in.
Watch you flush it all away.

Time to bring it down again.
Don't just call me pessimist.
Try and read between the lines.

I can't imagine why you wouldn't
Welcome any change, my friend.

I wanna see it come down.
Bring it down.
Suck it down.
Flush it down." ~ MJK


I'll see you down in Arizona bay.
2012-10-06 06:06:39 PM
1 votes:
How in hell does Chicago come in under Cincinnati. I know we've got some problems as a city as well as some reputation issues to overcome, but Cincinnati? Seriously now.

/Has lived in Cook County for almost 40 years and has never once been shot at or involved in a political scandal.
2012-10-06 06:04:58 PM
1 votes:

Walker: #1 smug city too.


Anecdotal evidence is anecdotal, I know, but every single person I know that has moved to San Francisco has turned into a complete and utter douchebag. Every single one. Something about that peninsula turns
ordinary, decent people into jerks.
2012-10-06 05:47:14 PM
1 votes:
i46.tinypic.com 
What a bad place to build a settlement may look like

The pressure has increased sufficiently and the plates has been active lately.
The buildings were literally rebuilt on the rubble of the previous earthquake, leading to even more susceptibility.
Seattle has the same problem, but mostly from a tsunami.
2012-10-06 03:59:26 PM
1 votes:
If it's chilly, just go east or south 10 miles.
2012-10-06 03:29:11 PM
1 votes:
I've lived in NY, MA, CT, FL, TX, NV, AZ and, now, finally CA. Specifically, Northern California, about an hour north of SF in Sonoma County, the Russian River Valley.

You couldn't get me to leave here at gunpoint.
2012-10-06 03:19:00 PM
1 votes:
#1 smug city too.
2012-10-06 03:15:45 PM
1 votes:
2012-10-06 02:29:07 PM
1 votes:
Sucka Free
 
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