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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Racism of the Day: Examiner

Posted By on Tue, Aug 14, 2007 at 9:37 AM

Happy Tuesday, SF. Looks like everyone from the SFGate to the Examiner jumped onto the "crime cameras are crap" story we did yesterday afternoon. It's ok, the more the merrier. We'll keep scooping you guys ;-) Sadly, since our traffic leaves something to be desired, our comments suck compared to the racist-ass shit you can find on the Examiner site. Look at this guy.

Examiner Reader said:

All public housing projects and their inhabitants should be moved to Treasure Island. All criminal offenders from the Tenderloin, Western Addition and the Bayview will be relocated there too. We'll rename it New Afrika to give it some dignity even though we can foresee the hourly drug deals, assaults, robberies and running gun battles in the streets. Both the mayor and district attorney will be compelled to live on New Afrika as well. Since there is a main gate, we can enforce a 9pm-6am curfew. There is a small satellite police facility there so of course it would have to be increased to roughly 50 officers, and they also have a fire station there. It's perfect to relocate these problematic miscreants so that those of us who are good, hard working and don't bother our fellow man can go on with our lives in peace and relative solitude.

Damn, that's some racist-ass shit there. In other news, the cops won't help you get your coke money back. -d2

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