I’m not sure when CW Nevius SF Coyote Hysteria hit its peak – I think it was a year or two after he moved to town, so it must have been a year or two ago. Here’s a sample, where the SF newcomer uses the term “we” as if he were a long-timer:
So how many people have been nipped at by San Francisco coyotes since the Era of Alarmism? How about zero? Compare that with the number of people hospitalized from dog attacks over the same period. Mmmm…
Anyway, there are more signs than usual on the East Si-iiide of the park these days:
And here’s some mockery of these now-famous coyote signs, from back in the day
Two pit bulls came rushing up to him on the east side, and when our walker asked the owner to call the dogs away, she became extremely aggressive and told our walker, “With one word, my dogs could kill you.”
Sounds credible to me.
And here’s your takeaway:
If you see this woman & her dogs, it’s best to walk away. She clearly has no interest in being a good neighbor.
Aggressive dog owners, you might think that you have a friend in Supervisor Scott Wiener and if you all keep giving him money, you’re probably correct, but not everybody in town is a weak-willed politician. A lot of people in town don’t like you.
So straighten up and fly right, why not?