28 Dec 2022

What I Learned at an Active Shooter Workshop

“No guarantees,” said Deputy Chief Ken Craig throughout the evening. “You won’t know how you’re going to respond until it happens.” The ominous disclaimer hushed the room as one by one, we placed ourselves at the center of a worst-case scenario. What would you do if, on a night out

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27 Dec 2022

The Worst Part Of Sex Work Isn’t The Sex, It’s The Stigma

Written Anonymously: Trigger Warning The pandemic affected everyone. I couldn’t begin to describe the innumerable amount of ways that COVID-19 challenged our view of what is normal. What I can do is explain how it affected me and my normal. When the political upheaval surrounding the pandemic resulted in lockdown-based

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27 Dec 2022

Douglas Jordan Krah Arrested After Racist Tirade At East Bay In-N-Out

America is a stupid nation and racism is a societal symptom of this stupidity. Even on Christmas Eve, certain people seem to lack the common decency needed to shut the fuck up.  Douglas Jordan Krah, a Colorado man with Bay Area connections, decided he needed to wash down his In-N-Out

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20 Dec 2022

Why Solano County Is The Worst County In The Bay Area

If you don’t live in Solano County, it’s easy to forget that it exists. It’s a sprawling mess of suburbia that stretches from the northeastern edge of the Bay to the inland interior of the Sacramento Valley. If any part of Northern California could be considered fly-over country, Solano County

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14 Dec 2022

Elon Musk Faces Even More Trouble at Twitter HQ

In every direction he looks, Tesla CEO Elon Musk faces a bevy of unenviable troubles. His albatross, Twitter, is reportedly losing $4 million per day. Meanwhile, building inspectors found impromptu living quarters on the eighth floor of their San Francisco headquarters. Former employees are taking legal action against him. Rumors

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13 Dec 2022

Can The Drought Teach Us About San Francisco’s Housing Crisis?

I’m sure you’ve seen the weather lately. It’s been raining on and off since mid-November. Soaking rains washed over the Bay Area these past couple weekends, reminiscent of wet seasons past. Forecasters say another storm system should move in this Friday. It is hoped this seemingly plentiful rainfall will reduce

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13 Dec 2022

Killer Robots And The San Francisco Supervisors Who Love Them

By: Ian Firstenberg Credit for the BOS walk back of so-called killer robots belongs with the protestors. Well that was a close one. San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors voted to prohibit police use of remote controlled robots with lethal force after initially supporting the proposal in late November. It seems

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07 Dec 2022

Twitter CEO Elon Musk Reportedly Forcing Workers to Sleep On-Site

Twitter is allegedly forcing its few remaining employees to sleep in makeshift bedrooms at its Market Street headquarters. A whistleblower alerted San Francisco’s 311 service, backed up by a Forbes report that described conference rooms rudely converted to “modest bedrooms featuring unmade mattresses, drab curtains and giant conference-room telepresence monitors.” Anonymous employees

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