For my 21st birthday I visited Paris for the first time. On the day I arrived I saw a guy emptying his bowels into an open lidded gas main. Ass open to the air and shameless.
@Bad Suggestions, same thing happens in China, unfortunately. One time, I was having a great day in Beijing until I rode my bike straight through a pile of human shjt. Didn’t notice it until it was too late.
@Rambunc, oh yeah, I was near the Great Wall (where there’s a bear place?) and a woman let her toddler son pee in the middle of the road with a pair of those split pants. I just can’t say I’ve visited a place if I don’t see a human relieving them self. So New York and London don’t count.
@Bad Suggestions, I’ll make you a nice world map that you can place poop stickers over those places. That way you can visualize your warmest memories.
@Rambunc, warmest and freshest, sounds fantastic.
@Bad Suggestions, that was a street performer. I hope you tipped him.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, of course! I threw the cash right into his deposit.
New Orleans has human feces all over the streets
Peace love and hippies, but fvck the homeless apparently.
@ThePandaPool , i mean you could they're cheap and some knlw what they're doing but tarps are uncomfortable and you'll 100% wake up with fire crotch
@ThePandaPool , San Francisco spends ungodly amounts of money to put in more public bathrooms everywhere. Drunks, druggies, and societal scum just don’t care
@ThePandaPool , they try to help the homeless by giving them free stuff and offering them help.
You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make them drink.
@ThePandaPool , San Francisco, more butt fvcking per square foot than anywhere else.
@ThePandaPool , wrong. They do way too much to help the homeless. Hence the overpopulation of homeless in CA. They now have 50% of all US homeless there. It’s not because their policies are anti-homeless. Quite the opposite.
@JacketOff, bunch of luge fans here in san Fran huh? If I know San Francisco it's that you love sourdough and luge.
@big freedom, pretty sure the wheater encourages some of the homelessness... which is terrible, don't move here!
@Stealthnuker, I moved away from there last year. Weather definitely plays a factor, but policy makes the biggest difference.
That's only cos they didn't have sidewalks in Zimbabwe. There was shjt everywhere.. but no sidewalks.. (joke)
Waits for my stalker to say "there are sidewalks there actually, but they are called Ulla bulla pang in Zimbabwe"
No way he’s traveled that much then. I’ve seen people shït in the street in multiple countries.
california liberals know nothing but demand everything
Then you've never been to the malls in China
In Slovakia I watched a man run to the bushes across the shop, stop his pants off, no underwear, put other pants on and literally rolled out of the bushes like some kind of sped James Bond
What about India?
Everyone so mad at California because why? Our housing prices so high? We have homeless people? We have human shït on the streets of San Francisco? Full of Liberals and snowflakes? So what! I’m happy here. California carries one of the countries largest revenue streams and we’re proud of it. No we aren’t perfect. But STFU about us being libtards and snowflakes. Getting old. Besides, I probably make way more money than you but I don’t go around shoving it down everyone’s throats.
@Diabolik, can you shove some down my throat?
@Diabolik, dude, when something Is wrong it’s the correct thing to do to call it out.
Nobody cares if you’re happy there or make money. That’s an idiotic thing to say.
We hate California because it’s Corrupt, and ruining one of the most amazing places on earth. Why do 50% of all homeless live in CA?
@big freedom, Because all the ones in the colder States froze to death over the winter?
@Diabolik, ok libtard.
@Nellybert , nah bro. Mississippi and Alabama, South Carolina, Florida... plenty warm in winter.
@Diabolik, You just blow in from stupid town? Nobody was talking about money, you brought it up and then pretended like you were humble for not bringing it up....but you did...you did bring it up.
@Diabolik, I can live a better life off 50k a year in the midwest than you ever could 250k in California
@big freedom, Aight I’m not really here to defend the guy who started the thread, but having lived in California my whole life I feel like I’m allowed to try to defend it at least, even if I’m bad at it. California is far less corrupt then the rest of our government, and corruption is always going to be present no matter where you live, and we have many laws protecting our national parks and are proud to keep defending it from politicians and organizations trying to destroy it. And if you were to ask a homeless person here where they came from 80% of the time they won’t be from California, they moved here because it’s far easier to survive on the streets here than in Arizona or Washington, where the summer or winter will kill you without shelter. That’s the best I got though, feel free to rip me apart.
Edit: sorry about the grammar, I’m too lazy make it correct.
@Hackerman, I lived in CA for 15 years. It is becoming more and more corrupt every day. Don’t accept it. Stamp it out.
The homeless population is skyrocketing! It is because of policy. Climate hasn’t changed, but policy has.
SF just elected a weather underground terrorist as the DA. The chief prosecutor has never prosecuted a single case ever, is the son of terrorists and worked for Hugo Chavez. CA is a one party banana republic that has to turn the power off when it’s windy... because the corrupt advisory board was literally paid off by PG&E.
@Hackerman, I still like California, but it’s getting absurd. My daily drive to school pisses me off now because every time I go, I have to see the fact that they changed the carpool lane to a toll lane that charges even during non-carpool hours... I’m okay with private toll roads, I don’t like them but I understand, but changing the publicly funded carpool lane to toll? Even during non-carpool hours?
@big freedom, they’ve still not struck down the legislation passed in Los Angeles, coming into effect January 1st, that limits freelance journalists to 35 articles per year. Starting next year things are going to get even worse, at least in part of CA, because now most people won’t even hear about the garbage before it happens.
Plague, rampant homelessness, uncleaned garbage and human waste, and their focus is on celebrity gossip and stifling the few facets of free press that aren’t already hopelessly corrupt.
Im going to be spending the holidays in LA, and I can’t wait (/s) to see how many ways that California is on fire.
It’s ironic how obsessed Hollywood is with the dumpster fire in the White House given the whole state is becoming more and more of a literal dumpster fire.
@big freedom, Are you telling someone else how to run their State? Cos that sounds like you’re trying to impinge on their democratic freedom...... 😝
But seriously though - what the actual f**k was that with the power lines? “As maintenance costs money, our power lines will literary unleash the fires of hell if it gets windy. But rather than fix the problem, we’re going to turn off the power to half the State.” How do they get away with that? Is that even legal?
@Nellybert , it’s “legal” because Gavin Newsom wrote it into law. By the way, look up how much PGE donated to Newsome, to his wife and to his sister. He is their bought and paid for whore.
@big freedom, How many politicians aren’t?
@Nellybert , good question. None. He is quite a bit worse than most, and most are terrible.
@big freedom, How many politicians aren’t?
**edit - I mean in general, to some company/lobby group/special interest, not specifically to PGE**
@big freedom, it’s interesting the differences in what is considered acceptable for politicians in different countries - in the US, politicians take massive ‘campaign contributions’ freely, but here political careers have been ended for taking a few hundred points to ask a question in Parliament. Over there, infidelity can be a scandalous career ender, here a married senior politician got suspended (on full pay) for a few months when he was caught agreeing to buy drugs for the male prostitutes he had hired for the night.
Lovely bunch, all round.
@I Are Lebo, it’s amazing the obsession with D.C and complete ignorance of the state, county, city government. You are right, without media paying attention to the corruption, it will (already is?) become rampant. We’re scroomed (screwed, doomed)
@big freedom, the civil war is now, I think, inevitable. There are too many people, on both sides, who justify whatever they want to do simply by claiming their opposition to be evil.
And the media supports them.
@I Are Lebo, well, other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?
@big freedom, ikr?
@Kyler15, that one's a bit of a stretch. I live very nice, content, and comfortable in southern Cali and I make about 100k a year. If you give me more than double that per year I would live like a damn king here. Not taking anything away from the midwest. I'm sure you can live great with 50k a year, and I get where you're coming from. That is pretty exaggerated, though.
The stairwell from the parking lot to my studio was the homeless stairwell. I’ve watched people defecate many times while waiting to pass. This was Denver Colorado.
Ever kissed a girl?