Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Banned in San Francisco

San Francisco has 8,000 homeless people using 5% of the city budget, but . . .
Products or behavior banned by San Francisco.
  • plastic bags,
  • clove cigarettes,
  • Coke machines,
  • bottled-water machines,
  • playing stickball in the street,
  • playing chess in the street,
  • pet stores,
  • goldfish,
  • masked balls,
  • sling shot--illegal weapon,
  • your dog sticking his head halfway out the window while you’re driving,
  • toys being given away with Happy Meals at McDonald’s,
  • traveling on city business to Arizona, Kansas, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Kentucky, South Dakota, or Texas,
  • ride a Segway,
  • package food with Styrofoam,
  • declaw a cat,
  • serve chocolate milk in schools.
  • No one in government is allowed to make any contract with any company that uses tropical hardwood,
  • no school is allowed to offer Junior ROTC.
  • Don’t try to walk more than eight dogs at a time—even if they’re toy poodles and Chihuahuas

1 comment:

Debbie V. said...

More interesting but sad information. Sad, because being a native (southern)Californian I left the state without a fight.