Older Black men living alone in residential hotels are dying at rates far higher than their portion of the city population. No they (Chicago) are not paying for them. Now, that's not to say I'm not sympathetic. The fact that rich places also have a corresponding rise in poverty is not a new problem, and it's one people have thought about and "solved" over a 100 years ago. It is the high cost of living here that ploughs money back into the economy to create capital and more businesses and more building and new roads. Needle exchanges help. >The 11 minute drive from our house into town (capital of Washington state) is ironically shorter than a drive to the nearest Safeway in Mountain View at certain times of the day. I wouldn't be surprised if the Bay Area remains on the whole more expensive after this boom than it was before the boom started. I moved to Southern California, the others moved to: I would take issue with this assumption as I had moved from a pretty socialist country to SF, where I paid much higher taxes and didn't complain. However not many deaths. SF County has the lowest rate of new cases per 100k of any major city in the country by a pretty significant margin [0]. The combined Chicago-Cook County budget is ~$20 billion. The Midwest, Northeast and gulf coast have far better existing infrastructure and workforces if your goal is to create products that have a physical existence in excess of what it takes to represent ones and zeros. Other states? These issues are all political issues, so I'm not sure what people expect the tech minority to do ― become even more politically powerful, and even more influential in matters of civic life? We also stayed primarily in Mountain View because of the schools. In socal where I live now places are 800k - 1.1M and the schools are 9's & 10's. We deliver papers as early as after 3 hours of ordering. Where I first heard the idea that CA will collapse because "everyone is moving to NV to avoid CA taxes" was the WSJ...thirty years ago. I applaud people who want to confirm what I have provided. I think people who live here tend to get used to seeing these things and also know to avoid spending too much time in some parts of the city. These things are often needed in order to help themselves get out of the situation they’re in, to connect or to be presentable for opportunities that arise that might aid them (and to be able to get the phone call telling them of such opportunities). What are your policy suggestions? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Gold_Rush#Forty-nin... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_disease. I understand this is your site and you built it, and it's hard to let that go. It's like predicting that a ship is going to hit an iceberg if and only if the pilot doesn't/can't/won't change course in time. I have yet to see data that shows any evidence of this theory. You can just leave it with me and maybe I'll put it in there myself. I'm a super .. socialist _(or w/e)_ in that i believe in tons of government programs, but homelessness is something i almost don't believe in. What always struck me as unusual in SF is that the bad areas are finely interlaced with or even overlapping with the "nice" commercial/dining/shopping areas. We lost about 132 deaths per day from suicide in 2019. I had stuff stolen from my house, a first of living an entire lifetime in the bay area. > NYC if anyone sets up a tent you can report and it'll get dumped the same day. what they have always wanted was affordable cheap housing in the most expensive cities of the usa. Tahoe(Nevada side), Southern California, Cincinnati Ohio, South of the bay area. I'm not sure about Chicago, but I think Chicago's budget includes its two airports (ORD, MDW), but not CTA. https://detroitography.com/2015/04/10/map-can-detroit-really... https://www.sfchronicle.com/business/networth/article/Intera... https://sfbos.org/sites/default/files/FY2019-20_and_FY2020-2... https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2017/07/11/san... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Francisco_49ers. My hot take is that NYC (where I have lived) is better in every way except for the weather. Everyone in SF could have COVID, and that 99.798% number could still be factually correct. “And that isn’t what our city is about. A mother in Afghanistan has been talking about the hopes and fears for her unborn daughter in a country where the birth of a girl can often be a curse rather than a blessing. In the fullness of time, SF will have many more boom and bust cycles. But, you can basically avoid that by avoiding Soma and the Tenderloin. "Nevertheless, a reasonably consistent picture is beginning to emerge from high income countries. In the meantime tons of people will be attracted to the idea of "making it" into the upper 0.1%, thus fueling the economic strength that builds those fortunes. Once museums and restaurants reopen, live music returns, and people start throwing parties, folks holing up in Tracy are going to start feeling some serious FOMO and peer pressure, and discounted rent will complete the irresistible offer. If more people and money come in, then one of those things must change, so they blame it on more people and money coming in. No one would be coming here if the jobs were in Montana. Restaurants and businesses are closing(and moving out of the area) at a rapid pace. Don't disagree with anything you said, but do take issue with the stat equating 1 mile of bike distance with 1 mile of automobile distance. > This is of course nothing new, for instance NY has gone through many ups and downs of its own and all along many in the media claimed "NY is dying!". ZDNet's technology experts deliver the best tech news and analysis on the latest issues and events in IT for business technology professionals, IT managers and tech-savvy business people. Not sure if they still use this practice, but it wouldn't surprise me. I upvoted you because I want to discuss your point. Are you saying OP should blame their self? I'm shocked how much people put up with there. > I'm just disappointed to see "techies" still being blamed and called money hungry just because people are looking the other way at other problems. I am not seeing anything in the grandparent that suggests they are not willing to pay for cleaner streets and better housing and homeless services through taxes to a well managed city. I live near the Southwest Corridor bike trail in Boston. What concrete thing are you supposed to DO? $3K/mo is pennies when you're getting offers to move here to make half a million. In the Redmond, WA area, $2 million. Or was there another way you made it Tsunami-proof? what do you expect? The income distribution, housing ownership, education, etc. Close to Boston airport and low taxes. If you really care about public safety, you should pay attention to homelessness, drug addiction, and the problems in the streets! > dangerous grime (such as needles in bike lanes). Did you know that the Spanish flu of 1918 wasn't really Spanish? A scare or two about companies fleeing the state is necessary to get the state/counties/cities to cut back on suffocating red tape for small businesses. This is a dynamic system with politicians changing economic policies for the better and worse over time. What's the issue with simply reversing that metric to show many people are COVID negative? BibleThe Bible is a collection of religious texts or scriptures sacred to Christians, Jews, Samaritans, Rastafari and others. Large households, multi-generational households, are one the biggest contributors to the rate of spread. Afterward we all know the drill where politicians will claim that "no one could have seen it coming", it was just an unlucky confluence of events and there was really nothing they could have done to prevent it. In the farming universe, this is heaven. So, she met with and created an Amazon Wish List for each person living under/near a nearby bridge freeway intersection. Silicon Valley is really good at 3 things: 3.) The battle for Planet Earth is intensifying on all fronts. And for the people who don't comply? Well, you don't need to take my tax dollars to give it to CalPERS so they can put it into Private Equity to get a 10% IRR. that..some might say...is not only unreasonable and unacceptable, but also impossible. I'm questioning why you would give that statistic given the misleading nature of it -- and no, other people doing misleading things is not a good reason (as you imply in other comments). When my aunt clicked on it out of curiosity, it was mostly gift cards, phone minutes, electronics, etc. Is this a serious reply? The VC was based in SF. I haven't lived there since 2007/8. If you only value the lives of those in the vehicle, you're right that it's probably safer per mile. At this point, is it even. But that's the only time I've felt the earth tremble in the 20 years I've lived in the Seattle area. No, riding around on two wheels with no protection besides a foam helmet is just obviously more risky (to the rider) than riding in a steel frame, 4-wheeled vehicle with crumple zones, air bags, and safety restraints. free market forces. Covid will end and the majority of employers will want you back in the office at least some or most of the time. [0] https://yarchive.net/comp/startups.html. Wow, do you mind sharing where you were moving from? SF could be a nice place to live but it isn't. The supreme levels of wealth is largely specific to liberal-run cities as well. More people needed to be shown what was fun and groovy about SF, than the existing population had the capacity to do. Tech’s flight from San Francisco is a relief to some advocates. Sales tax is about the same. The harsh winters alone send Chicago's homeless places like SF. Helps you prepare job interviews and practice interview skills and techniques. We even have an urgent delivery option for short essays, term papers, or research papers needed within 8 to 24 hours. (AFAIU, all school systems in California are separate entities principally funded by the state.) >Went to NY for a conference last year and immediately thought 'holy shit this city is CLEAN'. No offense, but you're digging back to 1962 to find that weather. News reports of police data from Nepal suggest a rise in suicides,12 whereas an analysis of data from Peru suggests the opposite.10", https://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4352. My family moved from Mountain View (where we were paying $4800/month rent for a 2 bedroom apartment) to rural Olympia Washington state, where we're paying about $1500 a month less for a mortgage on a house with five times the square footage and five acres of woods. Another reason you might not take a test is that you don't know you need it. However my BS detector immediately went off when I read the phrase "99.798% of residents in San Francisco County have NOT received a positive COVID-19 test." New Jersey (AT&T / Bell Labs) used to be the place to do telecommunications. Thanks for calling me out. A. CalPers pumps a lot of money into VC (especially those most subject to local regulation). They are here for the jobs, and resent the city. The rate of rent increase in San Francisco was higher before the tech boom than after. That's fine, I guess, but boy howdy, I'll bet I've grown far more out-of-touch and more bubbled than I'd like to think. Fixing the zoning and required infrastructure to support more people is not something that will change overnight either (or ever, potentially). In the past 14 days, 99.798% of residents in San Francisco County have NOT received a positive COVID-19 test. Regional wealth and inequality cause liberal policies, liberal policies don't cause wealth & inequality. Great for her... https://www.openthebooks.com/forbes-why-san-francisco-is-in-... A few years old... It’s funny because Eberling is a rich developer living mostly in Marin who makes his money renting out expensive apartments built with city subsidies. Not necessarily more dangerous than driving. Over 11 years, we lived in three different apartments, always within 10 minutes bike ride to Caltrain, and every place I worked was within a 10 minute bike ride from Caltrain. And I can tell you exactly how it works..because I farm, this is my religion. Exercice Sur Les Temps-anglais, Tracé Des 24 Heures Du Mans, Itinéraire Tour De La Vanoise, Mon Coeur Amoureux, L'école Du Désert Chapitre 2, Physique Chimie Terminale S Hachette, Viande Séchée Durée Conservation, Conception De La Justice Mots Fléchés, Université Suisse Francophone Inscription, Chadessin Fortnite Arme, Location Appartement Guérande, Metro 5 Milan, " />

They just tended to think of employment, amenities and available services lacking in those other cities. Area high school basketball. New Thought Controls Emanating from California [KT] Tech's night of the long knives. https://www.city-journal.org/san-franciscos-municipal-budget. I don’t know if the latest boom would have been possible without that. But $20k is something else again! Are you implying that's the right thing to do to someone living on the streets with nothing more than a tent for shelter? > Cycling is inherently more dangerous than either walking or driving, no matter what. >"Given SF has been extremely heavy handed with the lockdowns", And now there are 4x as many deaths due to drug overdoses (by fentanyl alone) than Covid! Somewhere out there in the city some bleary eyed veteran of the scene is negotiating a tiny, bargain sublet for a few desks and a slice of a server closet in SoMA and will release something quietly revolutionary in the next year or so that in five years will be the next big thing. (For comparison Canada is 20..NZ is 5, Sweden is 10, India is 1300 China is 1400). [1] https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/heatherknight/article/Tw... > Older Black men living alone in residential hotels are dying at rates far higher than their portion of the city population. No they (Chicago) are not paying for them. Now, that's not to say I'm not sympathetic. The fact that rich places also have a corresponding rise in poverty is not a new problem, and it's one people have thought about and "solved" over a 100 years ago. It is the high cost of living here that ploughs money back into the economy to create capital and more businesses and more building and new roads. Needle exchanges help. >The 11 minute drive from our house into town (capital of Washington state) is ironically shorter than a drive to the nearest Safeway in Mountain View at certain times of the day. I wouldn't be surprised if the Bay Area remains on the whole more expensive after this boom than it was before the boom started. I moved to Southern California, the others moved to: I would take issue with this assumption as I had moved from a pretty socialist country to SF, where I paid much higher taxes and didn't complain. However not many deaths. SF County has the lowest rate of new cases per 100k of any major city in the country by a pretty significant margin [0]. The combined Chicago-Cook County budget is ~$20 billion. The Midwest, Northeast and gulf coast have far better existing infrastructure and workforces if your goal is to create products that have a physical existence in excess of what it takes to represent ones and zeros. Other states? These issues are all political issues, so I'm not sure what people expect the tech minority to do ― become even more politically powerful, and even more influential in matters of civic life? We also stayed primarily in Mountain View because of the schools. In socal where I live now places are 800k - 1.1M and the schools are 9's & 10's. We deliver papers as early as after 3 hours of ordering. Where I first heard the idea that CA will collapse because "everyone is moving to NV to avoid CA taxes" was the WSJ...thirty years ago. I applaud people who want to confirm what I have provided. I think people who live here tend to get used to seeing these things and also know to avoid spending too much time in some parts of the city. These things are often needed in order to help themselves get out of the situation they’re in, to connect or to be presentable for opportunities that arise that might aid them (and to be able to get the phone call telling them of such opportunities). What are your policy suggestions? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Gold_Rush#Forty-nin... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_disease. I understand this is your site and you built it, and it's hard to let that go. It's like predicting that a ship is going to hit an iceberg if and only if the pilot doesn't/can't/won't change course in time. I have yet to see data that shows any evidence of this theory. You can just leave it with me and maybe I'll put it in there myself. I'm a super .. socialist _(or w/e)_ in that i believe in tons of government programs, but homelessness is something i almost don't believe in. What always struck me as unusual in SF is that the bad areas are finely interlaced with or even overlapping with the "nice" commercial/dining/shopping areas. We lost about 132 deaths per day from suicide in 2019. I had stuff stolen from my house, a first of living an entire lifetime in the bay area. > NYC if anyone sets up a tent you can report and it'll get dumped the same day. what they have always wanted was affordable cheap housing in the most expensive cities of the usa. Tahoe(Nevada side), Southern California, Cincinnati Ohio, South of the bay area. I'm not sure about Chicago, but I think Chicago's budget includes its two airports (ORD, MDW), but not CTA. https://detroitography.com/2015/04/10/map-can-detroit-really... https://www.sfchronicle.com/business/networth/article/Intera... https://sfbos.org/sites/default/files/FY2019-20_and_FY2020-2... https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2017/07/11/san... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Francisco_49ers. My hot take is that NYC (where I have lived) is better in every way except for the weather. Everyone in SF could have COVID, and that 99.798% number could still be factually correct. “And that isn’t what our city is about. A mother in Afghanistan has been talking about the hopes and fears for her unborn daughter in a country where the birth of a girl can often be a curse rather than a blessing. In the fullness of time, SF will have many more boom and bust cycles. But, you can basically avoid that by avoiding Soma and the Tenderloin. "Nevertheless, a reasonably consistent picture is beginning to emerge from high income countries. In the meantime tons of people will be attracted to the idea of "making it" into the upper 0.1%, thus fueling the economic strength that builds those fortunes. Once museums and restaurants reopen, live music returns, and people start throwing parties, folks holing up in Tracy are going to start feeling some serious FOMO and peer pressure, and discounted rent will complete the irresistible offer. If more people and money come in, then one of those things must change, so they blame it on more people and money coming in. No one would be coming here if the jobs were in Montana. Restaurants and businesses are closing(and moving out of the area) at a rapid pace. Don't disagree with anything you said, but do take issue with the stat equating 1 mile of bike distance with 1 mile of automobile distance. > This is of course nothing new, for instance NY has gone through many ups and downs of its own and all along many in the media claimed "NY is dying!". ZDNet's technology experts deliver the best tech news and analysis on the latest issues and events in IT for business technology professionals, IT managers and tech-savvy business people. Not sure if they still use this practice, but it wouldn't surprise me. I upvoted you because I want to discuss your point. Are you saying OP should blame their self? I'm shocked how much people put up with there. > I'm just disappointed to see "techies" still being blamed and called money hungry just because people are looking the other way at other problems. I am not seeing anything in the grandparent that suggests they are not willing to pay for cleaner streets and better housing and homeless services through taxes to a well managed city. I live near the Southwest Corridor bike trail in Boston. What concrete thing are you supposed to DO? $3K/mo is pennies when you're getting offers to move here to make half a million. In the Redmond, WA area, $2 million. Or was there another way you made it Tsunami-proof? what do you expect? The income distribution, housing ownership, education, etc. Close to Boston airport and low taxes. If you really care about public safety, you should pay attention to homelessness, drug addiction, and the problems in the streets! > dangerous grime (such as needles in bike lanes). Did you know that the Spanish flu of 1918 wasn't really Spanish? A scare or two about companies fleeing the state is necessary to get the state/counties/cities to cut back on suffocating red tape for small businesses. This is a dynamic system with politicians changing economic policies for the better and worse over time. What's the issue with simply reversing that metric to show many people are COVID negative? BibleThe Bible is a collection of religious texts or scriptures sacred to Christians, Jews, Samaritans, Rastafari and others. Large households, multi-generational households, are one the biggest contributors to the rate of spread. Afterward we all know the drill where politicians will claim that "no one could have seen it coming", it was just an unlucky confluence of events and there was really nothing they could have done to prevent it. In the farming universe, this is heaven. So, she met with and created an Amazon Wish List for each person living under/near a nearby bridge freeway intersection. Silicon Valley is really good at 3 things: 3.) The battle for Planet Earth is intensifying on all fronts. And for the people who don't comply? Well, you don't need to take my tax dollars to give it to CalPERS so they can put it into Private Equity to get a 10% IRR. that..some might say...is not only unreasonable and unacceptable, but also impossible. I'm questioning why you would give that statistic given the misleading nature of it -- and no, other people doing misleading things is not a good reason (as you imply in other comments). When my aunt clicked on it out of curiosity, it was mostly gift cards, phone minutes, electronics, etc. Is this a serious reply? The VC was based in SF. I haven't lived there since 2007/8. If you only value the lives of those in the vehicle, you're right that it's probably safer per mile. At this point, is it even. But that's the only time I've felt the earth tremble in the 20 years I've lived in the Seattle area. No, riding around on two wheels with no protection besides a foam helmet is just obviously more risky (to the rider) than riding in a steel frame, 4-wheeled vehicle with crumple zones, air bags, and safety restraints. free market forces. Covid will end and the majority of employers will want you back in the office at least some or most of the time. [0] https://yarchive.net/comp/startups.html. Wow, do you mind sharing where you were moving from? SF could be a nice place to live but it isn't. The supreme levels of wealth is largely specific to liberal-run cities as well. More people needed to be shown what was fun and groovy about SF, than the existing population had the capacity to do. Tech’s flight from San Francisco is a relief to some advocates. Sales tax is about the same. The harsh winters alone send Chicago's homeless places like SF. Helps you prepare job interviews and practice interview skills and techniques. We even have an urgent delivery option for short essays, term papers, or research papers needed within 8 to 24 hours. (AFAIU, all school systems in California are separate entities principally funded by the state.) >Went to NY for a conference last year and immediately thought 'holy shit this city is CLEAN'. No offense, but you're digging back to 1962 to find that weather. News reports of police data from Nepal suggest a rise in suicides,12 whereas an analysis of data from Peru suggests the opposite.10", https://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4352. My family moved from Mountain View (where we were paying $4800/month rent for a 2 bedroom apartment) to rural Olympia Washington state, where we're paying about $1500 a month less for a mortgage on a house with five times the square footage and five acres of woods. Another reason you might not take a test is that you don't know you need it. However my BS detector immediately went off when I read the phrase "99.798% of residents in San Francisco County have NOT received a positive COVID-19 test." New Jersey (AT&T / Bell Labs) used to be the place to do telecommunications. Thanks for calling me out. A. CalPers pumps a lot of money into VC (especially those most subject to local regulation). They are here for the jobs, and resent the city. The rate of rent increase in San Francisco was higher before the tech boom than after. That's fine, I guess, but boy howdy, I'll bet I've grown far more out-of-touch and more bubbled than I'd like to think. Fixing the zoning and required infrastructure to support more people is not something that will change overnight either (or ever, potentially). In the past 14 days, 99.798% of residents in San Francisco County have NOT received a positive COVID-19 test. Regional wealth and inequality cause liberal policies, liberal policies don't cause wealth & inequality. Great for her... https://www.openthebooks.com/forbes-why-san-francisco-is-in-... A few years old... It’s funny because Eberling is a rich developer living mostly in Marin who makes his money renting out expensive apartments built with city subsidies. Not necessarily more dangerous than driving. Over 11 years, we lived in three different apartments, always within 10 minutes bike ride to Caltrain, and every place I worked was within a 10 minute bike ride from Caltrain. And I can tell you exactly how it works..because I farm, this is my religion.

Exercice Sur Les Temps-anglais, Tracé Des 24 Heures Du Mans, Itinéraire Tour De La Vanoise, Mon Coeur Amoureux, L'école Du Désert Chapitre 2, Physique Chimie Terminale S Hachette, Viande Séchée Durée Conservation, Conception De La Justice Mots Fléchés, Université Suisse Francophone Inscription, Chadessin Fortnite Arme, Location Appartement Guérande, Metro 5 Milan,