Posts Tagged ‘hong kong’

Welcoming “Haight Ashbury Neighbors for [More] Density” to Frisco – Now, POP QUIZ – Which is More Dense: Hong Kong or SF?

Friday, March 9th, 2018

Nah, this is a pop quiz – you gotta answer fast, there’s no time to check Wiki.

Too late!

ANSWER: San Francisco has a higher population density than Hong Kong.

So if you’re coming to town to start up HAND, Haight Ashbury Neighbors for Density, know that that train has already left the station, as we’re already quite dense here.

(Cf. HANC, which has been around for decades and decades, FBOW.)

Yes, denser than Hong Kong, China:


The question isn’t whether we want to have a high population density, it’s more like how dense should we be?

How Many SFPD Officers Does It Take To Maintain the OccupySF Victory While Our Mayor is in China? A Whole Bunch

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

You’d have to hang out down by the foot of Market Street to see how many cops are still there “protecting” the bocce ball courts from the 1st Amendment during the year-end holidays of 2011.

What you’d see is lots and lots and lots of police. Preventing a Reoccupation appears to be Job One for the SFPD this last month of 2011.

Oh well.

An endless supply of idle Crowns Victoria, 24-7:

Twitter Account “From” Interim Mayor Elect Ed Lee Makes a Mockery of New Online Impersonation Law

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

Not many people are following SFMAYOREDLEE on the Twitter yet but the week is young.

Oh well.

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Be sure to “like” him or whatever on the Facebook