Once Again, California Innovation Leads The Way


The First Responders are each paid almost $200K per year to zoom out and remove human waste from public sidewalks. The noxious excretions are deposited by the legions of homeless persons living on the streets who blithely leave their disgusting filth for others to clean. Why accommodate such people?

poop-patrol

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7 responses to “Once Again, California Innovation Leads The Way

  1. bzerob August 26, 2018 at 3:51 am

    Reblogged this on On the Patio and commented:
    That’s a pile of crap! Oh! The cleanup crew is here!

  2. bluesjunky August 26, 2018 at 4:17 am

    “Why accommodate such people?”

    I’d love to hear a leftie answer that question.

  3. papabear1950 August 26, 2018 at 10:16 am

    They’ve instituted a “poo patrol” while the BIGGEST TURD is in the Governor’s mansion! Moonbeam wasn’t worth a shit as Governor LAST time, and THIS time he’s even WORSE! MAN I’m glad I left Californicate 40 years ago!

  4. SafeSpace August 26, 2018 at 2:28 pm

    Cool: New uses for Smart Cars.

  5. Deplorable B Woodman August 27, 2018 at 5:30 am

    $185K sounds like a lot, until you remember Sham Fran Crisco’s uber high cost of living. Then it becomes a barely livable wage. Remember, this is a city where a decent house costs over half-a-mill, that would cost only $200K anywhere else outside the city.
    But for all that, if I were younger, I’d live in my little trailer for a year and do that job, save a bundle in the bank.

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