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  • bob in houston

    Yikes!, watch out for Zombie’s infamous inflated scrotum man! Some things cannot be unseen!

  • JTC

    “…better ways to see San Francisco.”

    Okay, I’ll play…

    With a time machine set to 1949?

    Through rose colored glasses with a big fat doob in 1969?

    Through bomber sights?

    • eon

      1873. Also 1938.

      Good times.

      cheers

      eon

    • RegT

      I vote for the old Norden Bombsight.

  • Spin Drift

    Only solution is a tactical nuclear strike. Target scrotum man’s, well um scrotum. Remove all the weirdos and their shadows.

    Spin
    Thermo-nuclear Radiation beats eye bleach for disinfectant
    War Damn Eagle

    • B Woodman

      Neutron bomb. Kills the people, saves the buildings and infrastructure.

      • interventor

        If protected in basements, etc.will live. Neutron bombs are tank crew killers, which leave civilians protected by concrete and dirt, alive.

        • Grape

          If layers of dirt protects then politicos will servive.

          • Grape

            survive

        • John D. Egbert

          Target practice, after.

      • Old Codger

        Actually, “neutron” bombs do not save buildings. Enhanced radiation weapons are designed so as to generate a more powerful pulse of immediate radiation. They do so at the cost of reduced explosive power. Even though the blast effect is reduced, it is still enough to produce massive destruction of property. As interventor alluded to, such weapons were designed for use on a battle field. Specifically, they were designed to neutralize the advantage the Soviets were believed to have in tanks and other armored vehicles versus NATO. It was believed that when the Soviets invaded Europe, they would do so behind a huge wave of tanks and other armored vehicles. Such weapons would not be any more effective against cities than devices designed to maximize explosive power. In fact, for a given fission/fusion core, they might well be less effective against a city.

        • B Woodman

          Oh well. Nice thought anyway.

        • interventor

          Because Germany has so many villages, the neutron weapons were made to stop the waves of tanks, while sparing civilians.

    • interventor

      Still leaves Berkeley and Oakland.

      • John D. Egbert

        More target practice . . .

    • Cliff H

      Need to read “Footfall” by Niven & Pournell. Science fiction – they launch a counter-attack against the aliens with a nuclear bomb powered rocket from the east bay with predictable results on the city & county of San Francisco.

      Great book.

  • Kafiroon

    I recall the place burned down once.
    Fire is still a good solution for pestilence.

    • eon

      1906. The fires after the earthquake destroyed more of the city than the quake did. See also “Great Kanto Earthquake, Japan, 1923”- same deal.

      No matter how quake-proof a structure is, if it isn’t also fire-proof, you’re still SOL.

      clear ether

      eon

  • B Woodman

    Yeaaah. . . if that’s the “fair” that I’ve heard about, same general place as the gay pride parade, and that I’ve seen pictures posted. . . . . it would make Caligula and Nero blush. No thanks. Not even with your worst enemy’s genitalia.

  • Pete231

    Question : What do you do if you drop your wallet on Castro St. ?
    Answer : Kick it down the street to Market Ave., THEN, bend over and pick it up……. You have been warned.

  • I value San Francisco as a wonderful venue for grinding the leftards’ faces in their own excrement.

    Alcatraz Island remains in federal hands and is therefore available for rehabilitation as a high-security prison, in which to provide conspicuous exemplary permanent incarceration for Obozo and all of his political co-conspirators, there across San Francisco Bay from Nancy Pelosi’s utterly hateful constituents, where they will be obliged to watch the tourist boats circling the Rock, chumming the sharks to keep nature truly red in fang and claw.

    • interventor

      Only successful escape was a little Confederate POW from Bama.

    • JTC

      Pretty sure Trump’s plan to keep Guantanamo open revolves around a permanent vacation reunion there for the zero with all his morlock brethren.

      • I’m glad I wasn’t the only one that had that thought.

  • interventor

    Ignore little.

  • I thought I had heard of that Folsom Street thing, but just to make sure I googled it. What has been seen cannot be unseen, and that is some truly sick sh!t.

    • You do realize there are probably some guys in San Francisco (and elsewhere) with a fetish for that….

  • Bill G

    Well, since we can’t nuke it we can maintain it as a bad example … do this and you’ll get another San Francisco.

    • B Woodman

      Put a Berlin Wall around it so the locusts can’t escape and infect conservative parts of the country.
      Now, if the Sodom FranGomorrahans want to move to Detroitlet or Shitcago. . . .

  • Vulcanrider

    Blast off and nuke ’em from space…it’s the only way to be sure!

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