And there are many that are rich enough that they can just ignore all of the bad parts.....as they step over and between the homeless. San Diego’s homeless rate is the 4th highest in the country. Disgusting what has been allowed to happen......to the entire state.....💩Moved to Savannah, GA 3 years ago after living in San Diego for 35 years. Great place to visit (for a couple days), but there's not enough devalued money in Uncle Joe's treasury department to get me back. The place was a paradise 25 years ago, turned to crap when the Dems started getting elected in the city and county 10-12 years ago.
Agreed... it's not like it was. We've been coming here for a little more than 30 years consistently to the exact same area. We rarely go downtown anymore.Disgusting what has been allowed to happen......to the entire state.....💩
My wife loves Cafe Coyote. I tried taking her to Old Town Mexican Cafe, which has good food, but she over-ruled me. We normally rent a condo in Little Italy when we visit. Last time we were there was 2015 as our trip last year was cancelled. We noticed a large increase of homeless people pitching tents in the park. SD isn't as nasty as SF, but unless they do something soon, it will get there.Cafe Coyote in San Diego
Yep! had a pretty good shack up going on in Solana beach for while back in the day. And they had a "gentleman's club" Right out the gate of the Nasco Shipyard that had some dancers beyond belief. Never seen a dancer that could do the song Wipe Out justice, before or since.To sit outside and watch the women make fresh tortillas having a beer chips and salsa. OMG it doesn't get any better. And for those who have never visited San Diego it should be added to your list of vacation destinations. THE BEST CLIMATE anywhere. think of nice warm sunshine with a cool ocean breeze to cool you. Not wind, breeze. I lived in California for 65 years and never spoke to anyone who visited San Diego who did not love it. And for you young single guys there are the women!
masking policies that make no sense.
Tells ya a little bit doesn’t it. Scared sheep that still haven’t figured out that the Fauci Folly is a big damn joke.You have to mask and social distance 6, or 10 ft to get into a restaraunt when in line but they will seat you at a table 2 feet from another with no regard for spacing
Annnd you’re good with that? Watching the crap hole just get bigger and continue to feed it? It’s lunacy. Nothing constructive is done, just encourage the activity and pretend it’s OK. This is how spreading disease begins.But that would not change the amount of homeless in the United States. Many of whom come to CA from far & wide. For not only the climate, but also the less onerous policing and the governmental & charitable benefits
YupNow could we have aggressive policing, tearing down tents, throwing away their stuff, jailing for "vagrancy" & such? Sure. Push them out by force. Make 'em move back to Phoenix & Houston. But that doesn't really solve the problem. It just moves them around
Lets temper the reported numbers with a little common sense.Yeah, 500,000 + dead Americans later
Ummm, you know me well enough to know sarcasm when I toss it out. They should be!Nitro .45 -------------- Not sure what you are asking or saying. You said "insisting on funding the BS" AND you recommended "build facilities" too ---------- Dude, isn't that Funding The BS? Which is it, Man? Pick a side.
Good lord, by funding, it was clear that I meant just handing out free crap. Use the SAME money currently being spent and do something worthwhile with it. They’re just throwing buckets of KFC under the bridge and hoping it goes away.
And this "tell them to get a job or walk into the ocean" ?? what the heck does THAT mean? You cannot force employers to HIRE screwed-up people. And yeah, I'll be sure to drive past homeless folks, yelling out the window at them to jump in the ocean. That should fix things forthwith.
That refers directly to the lazy asses that are there for a free ride. Do you deny that exists? And you’re OK with that? Of course you are.
And Phoenix and Houston are NOT closed. They have their own homeless problems. ----------- Just like your own hometown where you haven't solved your own homeless problems either. Heck, you even just mentioned Spreading Disease