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This Year, "Keep it Out of California!" Take Your Vacation Somewhere Else


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2021 Dec 2, 1:54pm   1,470 views  35 comments

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Let's hit them where it hurts.



I'm calling on Pat-netters to consider taking their vacations out of state. Our economy has overheated and despite this, politicians continue to get creative on taxing us to death. There are all sorts of new fees on auto registration for example. Recently, I got a speeding ticket in an obvious speed trap, and even being in the lowest tier, it still cost me $295. Well, I got the last laugh as I am more than offsetting these outrageous fees to the state by giving my tax money to Hawaii and Nevada instead. Every chance I get, I am buying things from out of state and spending thousands on my leisure trips in Las Vegas or Hawaii.

This makes an impactful statement and I am encouraging everyone I can to "Keep it out of California!" That's my new tagline!

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17   Ceffer   2021 Dec 2, 7:44pm  

I'm so proud of the people at the gym taking off their masks. It's a sure sign that the regular people, not just the small group of committed evaluators of non MSM information, have caught on that Covid and the mandates are bullshit. I thought that would happen a lot sooner, but better late than never. Even fake Omicron doesn't seem to matter to them.
18   B.A.C.A.H.   2021 Dec 2, 7:50pm  

mell says

Pac heights. We moved to wine country.


Thank you for sharing.

Wow! Pacific Heights to Wine Country! You da man!

Why do people stay in SF? I suppose, a Proposition-13 basis could be a reason. Rent controlled residence could be another (those are both sort of the same thing). Apart from that, why do others stay?
19   mell   2021 Dec 2, 7:57pm  

B.A.C.A.H. says
mell says

Pac heights. We moved to wine country.


Thank you for sharing.

Wow! Pacific Heights to Wine Country! You da man!

Why do people stay in SF? I suppose, a Proposition-13 basis could be a reason. Rent controlled residence could be another (those are both sort of the same thing). Apart from that, why do others stay?


We had a nice old but well kept spacious 3 bedroom which was rent controlled, but we had hobos sleeping on our stoop at least once a week and the wife's old car broken in at least once a week, at least the guy had acquired a transponder on the black market so he was able to simply unlock without damaging it. Neighborhood became filthy, Walgreens was looted regularly and blm bullshit started creeping in. Add the insane covid measures, parking etc.. Easy decision
20   B.A.C.A.H.   2021 Dec 2, 7:58pm  

mell says
Easy decision


Apart from the rent control and Prop-13, why do others stay?
21   mell   2021 Dec 2, 8:08pm  

B.A.C.A.H. says
mell says
Easy decision


Apart from the rent control and Prop-13, why do others stay?


They are as left as the city destroyers,, convinced they're doing the "right" thing, and somehow think it's cool. Some are lazy
22   Patrick   2021 Dec 2, 9:45pm  

B.A.C.A.H. says
mell says
Easy decision


Apart from the rent control and Prop-13, why do others stay?


The physical location of SF remains spectacular.

We need to take it back.
23   GNL   2021 Dec 3, 8:03am  

Patrick says
B.A.C.A.H. says
mell says
Easy decision


Apart from the rent control and Prop-13, why do others stay?


The physical location of SF remains spectacular.

We need to take it back.

As you like to say..."That could take a while."
24   Bd6r   2021 Dec 3, 10:52am  

B.A.C.A.H. says
Apart from the rent control and Prop-13, why do others stay?

A few former students of mine have very well-paid, non-portable jobs in SF area.
25   joshuatrio   2021 Dec 3, 11:29am  

Ceffer says
I'm so proud of the people at the gym taking off their masks. It's a sure sign that the regular people, not just the small group of committed evaluators of non MSM information, have caught on that Covid and the mandates are bullshit. I thought that would happen a lot sooner, but better late than never. Even fake Omicron doesn't seem to matter to them.


Why are you proud? Wearing a mask in the gym is not normal and potentially dangerous.
26   Shaman   2021 Dec 3, 11:33am  

Bd6r says
A few former students of mine have very well-paid, non-portable jobs in SF area.


They call that the “Golden Fishhook.”
Both I and my wife have those kinds of jobs in SoCal. The money is great and the weather is good, but the politics and policies are maddening. If we hadn’t already established ourselves so well, we’d still move and take our chances.
27   Bd6r   2021 Dec 3, 11:58am  

Shaman says
weather is good

That's one thing in SE Texas that just plain sucks. Five months a year living in sauna, and even now it is 80 and humid. Two hrs later it is low 40's and wind at 50 mph.
28   FortWayneAsNancyPelosiHaircut   2021 Dec 3, 12:32pm  

We are going to Idaho next week, not vacation, looking at cities and properties.
We already seen Florida
We already seen Arizona

I will tell you, we are gonna be gone soon. It's hard, because we did like CA, for all it's problems, it was still a place where you could make it. But with constant lockdowns, constant harassment, there are literally signs everywhere in LA telling "unvaxed" to keep out, and all the gay/tranny shit in schools... we are just done with it. Friend recently left the state, about 6 month ago, he's telling me that he wished he left sooner, there is much more opportunity out there for him.
29   B.A.C.A.H.   2021 Dec 3, 12:56pm  

Bd6r says
A few former students of mine have very well-paid, non-portable jobs in SF area.


Yes.

My question for a local, who left SF for the Wine Country.... not left the SF Bay Area region. Lots of us like you described "here" in the region, but not in "The City". I was one of those before retirement, too.

Whatever you can get in SF, you can get for a lower price in Oakland. Say what you want about the BART. The reality is, that the (formerly, before work from home) large employment centers in SF are more convenient to folks in near-East Bay with BART lines that fan out from downtown SF in three directions in East Bay, than convenient to most neighborhoods in SF. Only those who live walking distance in near downtown, or along the SF Muni Metro corridor that's in only a fraction of the neighborhoods, are more convenient to downtown SF, than near-East Bay.

If you think Oakland is only just a ghetto, you are sadly misinformed. Yes, there's some rough neighborhoods in that city, but most of it is not. And there's tons of neighborhoods in smaller municipalities around Oakland that are below your outside-the-region-perspective radar.

Whatever great amenities or aesthetics 'Friscans boast about for SF, you can find it less expensive in the East Bay. Parking is easier (and cheaper), too. This is why apart from Prop-13 or Rent Control, I don't get it why more people don't leave.

There's so much Smug Bullsh*t about "The City".
30   B.A.C.A.H.   2021 Dec 3, 12:59pm  

HunterTits says
WookieMan says
Why would anyone vacation in their own state?


Californians do it all the time

He is writing from the perspective of an Illinois resident. Not from inside the mind of someone else from somewhere else.
31   Patrick   2021 Dec 3, 6:05pm  

Patrick says
I dream that one day we will have a https://infogalactic.com/info/Reconquista?source=patrick.net of California, like Spain was taken back from the Moors.


https://patriotpost.us/opinion/84634?utm_medium=patrick.net&utm_source=patrick.net&utm_campaign=patrick.net&utm_content=body


DECEMBER 3, 2021
Why the Right Needs a More ‘Muscular’ and ‘Masculine’ Conservatism
The conservatism demanded by the moment is one that fights the culture war with the aim not of “neutrality” but of outright victory. ...

The overarching issue is that the Fusionism of Conservatism, Inc., as a structural matter and due to the very nature of the liberal order on which it is necessarily dependent, is incapable of resisting the left’s “long march through the institutions,” let alone positing its own substantive vision of a good society and the good life. And it is incapable of doing so because it improperly relies upon the illusion of a values-neutral liberal order — a values-neutral free market, a values-neutral town square and a values-neutral U.S. Constitution — to secure its “private” culture at the same time that the progressive left champs at the bit to remold the nation in its dystopian image and subjugate us “deplorables” into second-class citizens.

History has shown that a values-neutral liberal order amounts to a one-way cultural ratchet. The wokesters are all too happy to fill the ever-larger void left behind by a “naked” public square. Indeed, the wokesters are abetted by Fusionist right-liberals who refuse to inject any sense of overt value or morality into the national fabric as a matter of high-minded principle and who instead prefer the relative governing safety of slashing taxes and regulations and calling it a day. In a nutshell, the left knows precisely which (immoral) values it stands for, and it aggressively seeks to advance and disseminate those values. Against such an unrestrained adversary, Fusionism’s plea for liberal procedural neutrality rings hollow.

The predictable result has been the unprecedented metastasis of the woke ideology through more and more of the nation’s leading institutions, from elementary school classrooms to Fortune 500 boardrooms. Against this terrifying new threat, the Fusionist playbook that reached its zenith during Ronald Reagan’s presidency is largely impotent. It makes no sense whatsoever to spout platitudes about corporate tax cuts and slashing unnecessary red tape when the new threats look more like critical race theory indoctrination in the classroom and forcing Christian bakers to bend the knee and “bake the damn cake” for a same-sex wedding. The issues confronting us have fundamentally changed. Any conservatism worthy of the name in 2021 must, to use a phrase associated with the “very online” right, “know what time it is.”

A conservatism that “knows what time it is” is one that robustly asserts and fights for its values in the public square, and that refuses to cabin itself to appeals to “live and let live” liberal bromides. The conservatism demanded by the moment is one that fights the culture war with the aim not of “neutrality” but of outright victory. In that structural sense, it is “muscular” and “masculine.”
32   AmericanKulak   2021 Dec 3, 7:58pm  

Patrick says
History has shown that a values-neutral liberal order amounts to a one-way cultural ratchet. The wokesters are all too happy to fill the ever-larger void left behind by a “naked” public square. Indeed, the wokesters are abetted by Fusionist right-liberals who refuse to inject any sense of overt value or morality into the national fabric as a matter of high-minded principle and who instead prefer the relative governing safety of slashing taxes and regulations and calling it a day. In a nutshell, the left knows precisely which (immoral) values it stands for, and it aggressively seeks to advance and disseminate those values. Against such an unrestrained adversary, Fusionism’s plea for liberal procedural neutrality rings hollow.


Absolutely correct; nature abhors a vacuum.
33   GNL   2021 Dec 3, 8:19pm  

FortWayneAsNancyPelosiHaircut says
We are going to Idaho next week, not vacation, looking at cities and properties.
We already seen Florida
We already seen Arizona

I will tell you, we are gonna be gone soon. It's hard, because we did like CA, for all it's problems, it was still a place where you could make it. But with constant lockdowns, constant harassment, there are literally signs everywhere in LA telling "unvaxed" to keep out, and all the gay/tranny shit in schools... we are just done with it. Friend recently left the state, about 6 month ago, he's telling me that he wished he left sooner, there is much more opportunity out there for him.

I am very happy for you. Be sure to tell us all about your new adventures. Peace.
34   AmericanKulak   2021 Dec 3, 8:21pm  

FortWayneAsNancyPelosiHaircut says
We are going to Idaho next week, not vacation, looking at cities and properties.
We already seen Florida
We already seen Arizona

I will tell you, we are gonna be gone soon. It's hard, because we did like CA, for all it's problems, it was still a place where you could make it. But with constant lockdowns, constant harassment, there are literally signs everywhere in LA telling "unvaxed" to keep out, and all the gay/tranny shit in schools... we are just done with it. Friend recently left the state, about 6 month ago, he's telling me that he wished he left sooner, there is much more opportunity out there for him.


Best of Fortune to you FortWayne. I hope you find a great property and "Come out Her, My People" to the Khalifa.
35   Patrick   2021 Dec 5, 8:28pm  

Patrick says
I dream that one day we will have a https://infogalactic.com/info/Reconquista?source=patrick.net of California, like Spain was taken back from the Moors.


One more group working on the Reconquista:

https://fixcalifornia.com/?source=patrick.net

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