San Francisco developer loads a leaf blower full of cash in bid to bribe homeless away

The Bay Area is a region with more money than brains, and its housing costs are sky high. Not only that, its ruling leftists are permitting the homeless to scruff up some high value real estate, some of which provides jobs, some of which provides homes - and make it less high value. This story about the San Francisco Embarcadero residents trying to chase off the homeless based on their harm to the environment of all things, demonstrates how crazed the logic has become. But now there's a new one out: A San Francisco-based developer has loaded up a leafblower full of cash to blow dollar bills in a bid to bribe the homeless to leave the pricey area. In this case, a Home Depot retail establishment is at stake and might otherwise be shut down based on the homeless presence should the homeless not leave. So now it's come to this, according to Tyler Durden at Zerohedge: Surrounded by half-inflated eagles, wearing a "Make Oakland Great...(Read Full Post)
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