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Malibu, a Sanctuary City with 21 miles of coastline and a population of only 12,900, is dealing with a recent influx of homeless people with all the highminded even-handed idealism that you would expect from our leading moral arbiters of the entertainment industry. From the Los Angeles Times:

Malibu church pressured to end homeless dinners, with some saying it lures needy to upscale city

By GALE HOLLAND
NOV 24, 2017 | 7:35 AM

Being homeless in Malibu is different.

I’ll say. The average low during January nights is 51 degrees and the average high during August days is 71.

Nancy Rosenquist told the City Council of huddling behind a dumpster and listening to Lady Gaga record a song in an adjacent building.

For 17 years, religious groups fed homeless people, and the city and private donors put up hundreds of thousands of dollars for social workers to find them housing and services.

But Malibu United Methodist Church — facing pressure from the city — in recent weeks took a U-turn, deciding twice-weekly dinners for homeless people would stop after Thanksgiving. The cutoff came after city officials summoned organizers and suggested they were attracting more homeless people and making the problem worse.

Standing on Stone, a Christian outreach group, helped host the dinners at Malibu United Methodist Church before they were shut down. The group had already been forced to move three other times because of complaints. …

After the Metro’s Expo Line opened to Santa Monica last year, neighbors began complaining of mentally ill and rough-looking characters camping at the beach and hanging out near schools.

“A homeless person was taking a shower in the girls locker room in middle school — that wasn’t real good,” said Gary Peterson, a retired developer and hotelier who quit the church’s board of trustees over the meal issue. “Providing dinner is a nice thing to do and a good thing, but it’s the location.”

Did the homeless person identify as female? If so, what’s your problem about the girl’s locker room, you transphobe.

Some homeless people believed residents were reacting against an influx of African Americans from Santa Monica and downtown Los Angeles. Malibu is 90% white.

 
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  1. It is as if reality has a voice in this matter. Where are the Leftist constructionists that think reality away?

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    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    "Leftist constructionists". The very phrase I was looking for.

    A radical "leftist constructionist", true to his core beliefs, would find nothing remiss and much to commend in casting an old, obese, bearded, black man in the role of a beautiful, white enchantress as characters in a play. After all, if race and "gender" are indeed merely social constructs then the audience should have no problem in looking past mere appearances and seeing the true character of the role shining through in the actor's performance.

    It may even be a sort of litmus test for the audience. Those who have no difficulty in seeing the 18-year-old, ravishingly, beautiful young maiden in the performance of the grizzled old fart would be held up as models for the more literal minded to emulate. Consideration for advancement would be contingent upon displaying appropriate gullibility and zeal.

    , @Reg Cæsar

    It is as if reality has a voice in this matter. Where are the Leftist constructionists that think reality away?
     
    Haven't you heard? They've been deconstructed.

    (If you don't have time Derrida, tell them to Foucault.)
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  2. jimbo says:

    Because it must be linked:

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    • Replies: @Seamus Padraig
    You beat me to it! That was the first thing I thought of.
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  3. bomag says:

    The people with a nice life in the future are those that can have these policies.

    Everyone else will live in Bartertown.

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  4. Trelane says:

    Malibu is 90% white.

    Won’t be for long if the churches keep giving free meals to layabouts and loafers. Didn’t Johnny Carson live in Malibu on the Pacific Coast Highway?

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  5. @Charles Erwin Wilson II
    It is as if reality has a voice in this matter. Where are the Leftist constructionists that think reality away?

    “Leftist constructionists”. The very phrase I was looking for.

    A radical “leftist constructionist”, true to his core beliefs, would find nothing remiss and much to commend in casting an old, obese, bearded, black man in the role of a beautiful, white enchantress as characters in a play. After all, if race and “gender” are indeed merely social constructs then the audience should have no problem in looking past mere appearances and seeing the true character of the role shining through in the actor’s performance.

    It may even be a sort of litmus test for the audience. Those who have no difficulty in seeing the 18-year-old, ravishingly, beautiful young maiden in the performance of the grizzled old fart would be held up as models for the more literal minded to emulate. Consideration for advancement would be contingent upon displaying appropriate gullibility and zeal.

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    Agree.
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  6. Per the 2010 Census from wikipedia:

    The racial makeup of Malibu was 11,565 (91.5%) White (87.4% Non-Hispanic White),[71] 148 (1.2%) African American, 20 (0.2%) Native American, 328 (2.6%) Asian, 15 (0.1%) Pacific Islander, 182 (1.4%) from other races, and 387 (3.1%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 769 persons (6.1%).

    So the ‘bu is either slipping or gaining in total white population at 91.5%.

    Went to a church in Malibu about five years ago. When this post mentioned a church actually taking in homeless thought “Oh, no!” But it wasn’t the church that was visited.

    Whew!

    Hard to believe but despite its reputation, there actually are churches in Malibu. But if the white population is starting to decline this could be a future problem. As Malibu goes….

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    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    Well they don't have to worry about the synagogues feeding homeless people.
    , @Alden
    It even has a Catholic parish school with uniforms and altar kids, children's masses planned by the kids and the whole deal. Quite a status symbol to take your kids around Los Angeles wearing their uniform sweatshirts with "Our Lady of Malibu School" logo
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  7. Why don’t they just put them in some ticky-tacky on the hillsides?

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  8. I read on SFGate, if I remember correctly, that SF spends $240 million yearly on the homeless and for all that the city smells like a urinal. Sacramento has a crew that shows up every day, two hours before business hours, to steam clean the area around the court building. Moderate weather and over the top benefits to the “homeless” and that’s what you get.

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    • Replies: @415 reasons
    I truly wish SF had laws that criminalizes things the homeless do that debase the commons of the city like sleeping in public parks (I wouldnt suggest walking a dog in Duboce park at 8-9 am he may Disturb a sleeping hobo). Of course there still are so many things the homeless do that are illegal, even in SF, because many have weapons and most have hard drugs. If they could I'm sure SFPD would more or less solve or at least mitigate the problem by taking these guys off the streets, but they are not given the resources, the mandate or most importantly the political cover to round up street people flouting the law in plain sight. San Francisco has this many homeless because it thinks that having drug addicts use dope and treat city streets as a toilet is more humane than enforced sobriety in a safe, toilet equipped jail facility.
    , @Alden
    Homelessness is a big business and a full employment act for liberals and city workers. Santa Monica Ca is small town with a lot of homeless. The Homeless Agency pays salaries of up to $150,000 to its Homeless Agency managers.

    Seattle spends 200,000 million per year allegedly solving the homeless problem. Seattle claims to have 12,000 homeless. It's probably more than that, let's double to 24,000 or even 30,000. That's $200,000 million every year for the homeless. Seattle could build homes 50 miles away for them for that amount of money. But they have to keep the SJWs employed and spend that amount every single year.

    Truth is, government and the churches and the poverty pimps and non profit hustlers need the homeless to make a living, just as farmers need their herds and flocks to make a living.

    Every time someone in my neighborhood makes a comment about the homeless, I just point out the beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath, beautifully landscaped apartment building complex equipped with playgrounds, a free preschool and after school program (baby sitters) a few blocks away filled with 4ft 10 200 pd illegal alien hispanic indian women and their equally obese anchor babies. Also on site social workers to make it easy for them to get their welfare, sign the anchor babies up for medi caid and other things Americans have to go to the welfare office for.

    The homeless are all Americans and those tubs of lard luxuriating at the taxpayers expense are illegals and anchor babies.
    , @Frau Katze
    Bitterly cold winters do have some advantages, it seems.

    Not that I’m experiencing them in Canada’s city with the average warmest winters – Victoria, BC.

    And yes, homeless are a problem here. But they stay in the city and don’t come to the suburbs.

    The ferry ride keeps most of them in Vancouver.

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  9. Dennis Dale says: • Website

    Lady Gaga draws a lot of water in this town. You don’t draw shit, Sailer.

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  10. I for one say kudos to the people of Malibu for having the balls to take on homeless people in the current year. Are they really so deplorable in Malibu that there isn’t a quorum of woke people to come in and shame them into keeping the hobos?

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    • Replies: @Anon7
    I'm very concerned about the Malibu hoboes (hobo americanus, hobo mexicanus, hobo hobo) which may soon become extinct, or at least endangered in this delicate coastline ecosystem. Obviously, what is needed is a Malibu Hobo Sanctuary, where hoboes can live undisturbed in their natural environment, behind dumpsters, in culverts, outside of buildings, inside public libraries. It may be necessary to create and maintain land bridges, or structures similar to fish ladders, to to keep their ancient migratory routes open from their homelands, like Tijuana and South Central.

    Free public buses might suffice.

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  11. @Buffalo Joe
    I read on SFGate, if I remember correctly, that SF spends $240 million yearly on the homeless and for all that the city smells like a urinal. Sacramento has a crew that shows up every day, two hours before business hours, to steam clean the area around the court building. Moderate weather and over the top benefits to the "homeless" and that's what you get.

    I truly wish SF had laws that criminalizes things the homeless do that debase the commons of the city like sleeping in public parks (I wouldnt suggest walking a dog in Duboce park at 8-9 am he may Disturb a sleeping hobo). Of course there still are so many things the homeless do that are illegal, even in SF, because many have weapons and most have hard drugs. If they could I’m sure SFPD would more or less solve or at least mitigate the problem by taking these guys off the streets, but they are not given the resources, the mandate or most importantly the political cover to round up street people flouting the law in plain sight. San Francisco has this many homeless because it thinks that having drug addicts use dope and treat city streets as a toilet is more humane than enforced sobriety in a safe, toilet equipped jail facility.

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    • Replies: @bartok
    Democrats wanted to close the asylums because they wanted to queer and destroy American society. Republicans agreed because they wanted to cut spending and to turn social policy over to the liberals.

    What might be done: We need to drive the remaining corporate Republicans into the sea.
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  12. Malibu, a Sanctuary City with 21 miles of coastline and a population of only 12,900…

    How does that compare with Duluth, which is three blocks wide and nine miles long? Only 86,000 residents, but with the Twin Port of Superior that tops Green Bay.

    Duluth’s been out of the NFL since 1927. Still, Malibu’s never been in. So there’s that.

    https://growlermag.com/when-the-nfl-came-to-duluth-the-story-of-the-eskimos/

    I have no idea if Duluth is a Sanctuary City, but if it is, no one is taking advantage of it.

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    • Replies: @ScarletNumber
    Green Bay is part of Lake Michigan, not Superior.
    , @Ganderson
    “Hey Mister Bus Driver, does this bus go to Duluth?”
    “Nah, it goes beep-beep-beep like all the others”

    Minnesotans all can laugh now.
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  13. Yak-15 says:

    Maybe in my retirement I will rent a bus and bring homeless people to liberal utopias like these places.

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    • Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter
    I'm waiting on Publishers Clearing House or finding a private airplane crash site out in the woods with two dead narcotrafickers and a duffle bag full of C notes. Then I'll start buying selected houses in places like Malibu and advertise them for rent real "Triple B" (Bonito, Bueno y BARATO) in beaner newspapers.
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  14. Being homeless in Malibu is different.

    Tears on my Zillow:

    The median home value in Malibu is $2,974,700. Malibu home values have gone up 6.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 1.0% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Malibu is $1,125, which is higher than the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim Metro average of $411. The median price of homes currently listed in Malibu is $3,422,500.

    Being homeless in Malibu is easy. 99%+ of Americans would qualify!

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    • Replies: @The Millennial Falcon
    Almost took a job at Pepperdine. Then I looked at the housing prices.
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  15. @jimbo
    Because it must be linked:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yggQ3HbO0Wg

    You beat me to it! That was the first thing I thought of.

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  16. Jake says:

    America’s first grand foray into such bleeding heart liberalism clearly was not meant to make all whites live as equals with the Numinous Negroes and propertyless people. It was meant to demean and humiliate, to punish and drag down, the white South.

    The people who organized it and oversaw it, and profited from it, were Yankee WASPs, and they had no intent to allow any of those pet Negroes to live in their rich neighborhoods.

    That set the standard: the rich Elites mandate bleeding heart Liberalism, and they suffer no consequences because working class whites must pay the full bill.

    Naturally, the rich of Malibu expect that their enclave is to be spared the homeless and the drugged out and criminally inclined non-whites. Poor whites exist to suffer those people, for the good of the rich.

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  17. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    Per the 2010 Census from wikipedia:

    The racial makeup of Malibu was 11,565 (91.5%) White (87.4% Non-Hispanic White),[71] 148 (1.2%) African American, 20 (0.2%) Native American, 328 (2.6%) Asian, 15 (0.1%) Pacific Islander, 182 (1.4%) from other races, and 387 (3.1%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 769 persons (6.1%).

    So the 'bu is either slipping or gaining in total white population at 91.5%.

    Went to a church in Malibu about five years ago. When this post mentioned a church actually taking in homeless thought "Oh, no!" But it wasn't the church that was visited.

    Whew!

    Hard to believe but despite its reputation, there actually are churches in Malibu. But if the white population is starting to decline this could be a future problem. As Malibu goes....

    Well they don’t have to worry about the synagogues feeding homeless people.

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  18. TG says:

    Well you see, open borders are only for little people. Yes, the elites can flood the country with third world refugees (and be responsible for the policies that have made the third world a hell), and feel morally superior and look down on any prole complaining when all that they and their ancestors have worked for is buried under an avalanche of human misery.

    But let the great unwashed of the world cause the elites the slightest discomfort to our oh so best and brightest, and that can’t be allowed.

    The sociopathic CEO of facebook demands that America tear down it’s border and let the entire world invade… even as he walls off huge sections of property to ensure that he and his family have space and privacy and safety.

    If I were King I would make Malibu a dumping ground for every foreign extremist jihadi nutjob refugee, and every homeless American pushed into that state by their corrupt neo-liberal policies, and see how they like it. Sadly I am not king. Perhaps I should be.

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    • Replies: @Corn
    “If I were King I would make Malibu a dumping ground for every foreign extremist jihadi nutjob refugee, and every homeless American pushed into that state by their corrupt neo-liberal policies”

    Good idea for the homeless but considering that the 9th Circuit judge who keeps blocking so many of Trump’s executive orders on immigration is from Hawaii, I’d make Hawaii the dumping ground for every single refugee admitted to the United States. Preferably the island that judge lives on.
    , @cynthia curran
    Immigration is part of the problem. As many conservatives have observed LA and Orange County have more restrictive zoning laws than Houston. Houston also has a lot of immigrants these days. Houston grew about 26,000 in foreign born last year versus only 16,000 for Orange County. Foreigners know that Texas is cheaper to live than Ca and have been shifted there. Florida not Ca gain the most foreign born in the past 5 years since lots of the foreign born particularly Asians have moved out of Ca. Its just that Ca Dems are subborn. LA and OC could lose about 200,000 illegal immigrants if e-verify was use and some deportations were allow. It first it would hurt the economy since school teachers and so forth would be laid off but in 5 years rent would be a little cheaper and the native born would come back.
    , @Alden
    Martin Sheen, father of the infamous debauched, drunken, drugged degenerate Charlie was the guy who made Malibu a homeless sanctuary city. But that was when the homeless were White and law abiding and well behaved. I was once near a Malibu playground and saw the beautiful skinny blonde mommies buying all sorts of sandwiches and sodas at the store and giving the food to their beautiful little ones to carry over to the homeless. It was so sweet I almost got diabetes that day.
    , @Anon7
    Hail TG I! long live the king!
    , @Mr. Anon

    If I were King I would make Malibu a dumping ground for every foreign extremist jihadi nutjob refugee, and every homeless American pushed into that state by their corrupt neo-liberal policies, and see how they like it. Sadly I am not king. Perhaps I should be.
     
    There are lots of places where that could (should) be done: San Francisco, Aspen, Nantucket, Hilton Head, The Hamptons, etc.

    The Trump State Department could do that to. Why should the next batch of refugees go to Minneapolis or Lewiston. Why not Bel-Air, or the Upper West Side?
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  20. @Reg Cæsar

    Being homeless in Malibu is different.
     
    Tears on my Zillow:

    The median home value in Malibu is $2,974,700. Malibu home values have gone up 6.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 1.0% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Malibu is $1,125, which is higher than the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim Metro average of $411. The median price of homes currently listed in Malibu is $3,422,500.
     
    Being homeless in Malibu is easy. 99%+ of Americans would qualify!

    Almost took a job at Pepperdine. Then I looked at the housing prices.

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    Years ago I knew a woman whose daughter went to Pepperdine. The daughter ended up as a call girl working the moneyed party scene in Malibu and LA. Her mother fretted over her daughter’s future. On the upside, she said her daughter had $100,000 stashed in a safe deposit box by the time she was 19.

    Then, I sat next to a Hollywood producer on an airline flight on one of those rare occasions when I’m upgraded to First Class. He offered the same kind of stories about coeds and Pepperdine. He called it “Pamperdine” University.

    The producer said the coeds gravitate to the Malibu party scene; it’s irresistible. Everything is kept very informal. Typically, money is not discussed, so some of the girls don’t realize they are call girls and prostitutes.

    The coeds go to parties with “names” … who show “appreciation”. Then, the coeds, in turn, show “appreciation”. Money for sex. It’s nebulous, but the expectations are well understood by everyone involved.

    Perhaps Harvey Weinstein provides us just a peek at what really goes on in Hollywood. No wonder Malibu wants to hermetically seal itself off from prying eyes.
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  21. @Reg Cæsar

    Malibu, a Sanctuary City with 21 miles of coastline and a population of only 12,900...
     
    How does that compare with Duluth, which is three blocks wide and nine miles long? Only 86,000 residents, but with the Twin Port of Superior that tops Green Bay.

    Duluth's been out of the NFL since 1927. Still, Malibu's never been in. So there's that.

    https://growlermag.com/when-the-nfl-came-to-duluth-the-story-of-the-eskimos/

    I have no idea if Duluth is a Sanctuary City, but if it is, no one is taking advantage of it.

    Green Bay is part of Lake Michigan, not Superior.

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    Duluth is, though.
    , @Ganderson
    I’m guessing he knows that.
    , @anonmn
    He's referring to the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior (Wisconsin), Duluth's drunken little brother.
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  22. Goatweed says:

    Church lore has it that Pepperdine was run out of Watts and settled in Malibu.

    Furtherest Appalachia on the Pacific shore.

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    It was run out of Los Angeles by the blacks, but it wasn't in Watts. It was originally located near University of S. California in the infamous N. Adams district. That neighborhood is just south of downtown and after the civil war became the prestige neighborhood. There still are a few glorious 1880s houses. St. Mary's college was built there too.

    Anyway, first the black maids and gardeners and their thug children settled in the area. Then came WW2 and the blacks flooded the cities.

    Pepperdine fled to Malibu. Just like in medieval times when the locals fled to the castle, St. Mary's fled to the safety of the USC campus and its numerous security guards. Actually St. Mary's split. The other fled to the highest mountain in the city, again like a medieval fortress.

    I've spoken to guys who are students at USC. Many, many of the students carry guns and the local blacks respect that and USC actually has a low crime rate compared to other schools. USC stayed and stuck it out during the worst of the black onslaught, although it always threatened the Mayor and City Council it would move as Pepperdine did.

    Most of the high rise dorms have only guys on the first few floors to discourage the surrounding savages from rape. Due to the carrying of guns by the students the off campus students are reasonably safe considering the neighborhood. A few years ago the ultra left totally anti White city government and media was totally embarassed when 2 foreign students, Chinese were murdered by local black thugs a couple weeks after they arrived from China.

    The anti White coalition of Critters of Color suffered a bit, but the federally funded Asian activitists stayed true to the Critters of Color Code of we hate Whites.

    I've also been told that the campus cops keep the blacks off the campus by giving them a good beating when they catch them on campus. Hope its true.

    Strangely enough, the black student and Critters of Color campus groups don't unite with the surrounding blacks. But thanks be to God, the neighborhood is full of hispanics who are gradually driving the blacks out.

    So goes the cycle of American cities. 1 Wealthy beautiful neighbor hood. 2 Black household help and gardeners arrive. 3 The black spawn go on a crime spree. 4 WW2 and the black plague engulfs the neighbor hood. 5,6,7 50 -70 years of zombie land. 8 either hispanics or White bachelor men with no women or children to care for move in. 9 neighborhood is restored to what it was originally.
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  23. anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @ScarletNumber
    Green Bay is part of Lake Michigan, not Superior.

    Duluth is, though.

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  24. TheJester says:
    @The Millennial Falcon
    Almost took a job at Pepperdine. Then I looked at the housing prices.

    Years ago I knew a woman whose daughter went to Pepperdine. The daughter ended up as a call girl working the moneyed party scene in Malibu and LA. Her mother fretted over her daughter’s future. On the upside, she said her daughter had $100,000 stashed in a safe deposit box by the time she was 19.

    Then, I sat next to a Hollywood producer on an airline flight on one of those rare occasions when I’m upgraded to First Class. He offered the same kind of stories about coeds and Pepperdine. He called it “Pamperdine” University.

    The producer said the coeds gravitate to the Malibu party scene; it’s irresistible. Everything is kept very informal. Typically, money is not discussed, so some of the girls don’t realize they are call girls and prostitutes.

    The coeds go to parties with “names” … who show “appreciation”. Then, the coeds, in turn, show “appreciation”. Money for sex. It’s nebulous, but the expectations are well understood by everyone involved.

    Perhaps Harvey Weinstein provides us just a peek at what really goes on in Hollywood. No wonder Malibu wants to hermetically seal itself off from prying eyes.

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  25. May an armada of Rohingya muslims wash up on their shore.

    Bastards.

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  26. Pericles says:

    Clearly, it’s one thing to flood the national borders and quite another to flood the town borders.

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  27. Ganderson says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Malibu, a Sanctuary City with 21 miles of coastline and a population of only 12,900...
     
    How does that compare with Duluth, which is three blocks wide and nine miles long? Only 86,000 residents, but with the Twin Port of Superior that tops Green Bay.

    Duluth's been out of the NFL since 1927. Still, Malibu's never been in. So there's that.

    https://growlermag.com/when-the-nfl-came-to-duluth-the-story-of-the-eskimos/

    I have no idea if Duluth is a Sanctuary City, but if it is, no one is taking advantage of it.

    “Hey Mister Bus Driver, does this bus go to Duluth?”
    “Nah, it goes beep-beep-beep like all the others”

    Minnesotans all can laugh now.

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  28. Ganderson says:
    @ScarletNumber
    Green Bay is part of Lake Michigan, not Superior.

    I’m guessing he knows that.

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    Then why would he say what he said?
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    Has anyone done anything about that house trailer on the beach in Malibu? There are more shootings, beatings and squealing tires there than anywhere else in the whole city. DENNIS!!!

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    Are you referencing Rockford Files or Lethal Weapon? Or are there two such trailers? Or just one that changed hands?
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    NIMBYs finally get confronted with the result of their idiotic feel-good policies

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    That might even imply something were it not for this thing called cognitive dissonance mastery which means that lefties never, ever have to deal with the results of the policies they promote. Even when they're being raped and murdered. Try it some time--what's not to like?
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  31. Svigor says:

    I for one say kudos to the people of Malibu for having the balls to take on homeless people in the current year. Are they really so deplorable in Malibu that there isn’t a quorum of woke people to come in and shame them into keeping the hobos?

    The altright’s goal is to reproduce Malibu’s cryptoracism across the USA.

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  32. My wokiest friend is always rattling on about how we must accept immigrants from any and all countries, especially Muslims and Mexicans. He’s a single-issue voter and that issue is open borders.

    He lives in 85% white Manhattan Beach, median home price $2.8M.

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    He’s a single-issue voter and that issue is open borders.
     
    I'm noticing this more and more. Open Borders always and everywhere (though actually only for previously white countries). And not a one of them lives anywhere near the 'migrants'.
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  33. There was a recent action in California, near Santa Anna to move a homeless encampment. The contractor hired to do the job discovered a part of a under ground sewer vault being used to store bicycles. There were over 1000 bikes in the vault. That is a lot of , presumably, stolen bikes.

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  34. Corn says:
    @TG
    Well you see, open borders are only for little people. Yes, the elites can flood the country with third world refugees (and be responsible for the policies that have made the third world a hell), and feel morally superior and look down on any prole complaining when all that they and their ancestors have worked for is buried under an avalanche of human misery.

    But let the great unwashed of the world cause the elites the slightest discomfort to our oh so best and brightest, and that can't be allowed.

    The sociopathic CEO of facebook demands that America tear down it's border and let the entire world invade... even as he walls off huge sections of property to ensure that he and his family have space and privacy and safety.

    If I were King I would make Malibu a dumping ground for every foreign extremist jihadi nutjob refugee, and every homeless American pushed into that state by their corrupt neo-liberal policies, and see how they like it. Sadly I am not king. Perhaps I should be.

    “If I were King I would make Malibu a dumping ground for every foreign extremist jihadi nutjob refugee, and every homeless American pushed into that state by their corrupt neo-liberal policies”

    Good idea for the homeless but considering that the 9th Circuit judge who keeps blocking so many of Trump’s executive orders on immigration is from Hawaii, I’d make Hawaii the dumping ground for every single refugee admitted to the United States. Preferably the island that judge lives on.

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  35. California Dems makes it harder to developed housing in the inland empire hence the increase homeless problem in LA, OC and San Diego. Its not just liberal towns, Anaheim which by city standards is considered one of the most conservative towns in the US since big cities are very liberal has a homeless problem Also, low interest rates for years and the mortgage deduction has also added to the problem since housing is probably about 100,000 higher in LA than it should be.

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  36. @Yak-15
    Maybe in my retirement I will rent a bus and bring homeless people to liberal utopias like these places.

    I’m waiting on Publishers Clearing House or finding a private airplane crash site out in the woods with two dead narcotrafickers and a duffle bag full of C notes. Then I’ll start buying selected houses in places like Malibu and advertise them for rent real “Triple B” (Bonito, Bueno y BARATO) in beaner newspapers.

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  37. Alden says:
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    Per the 2010 Census from wikipedia:

    The racial makeup of Malibu was 11,565 (91.5%) White (87.4% Non-Hispanic White),[71] 148 (1.2%) African American, 20 (0.2%) Native American, 328 (2.6%) Asian, 15 (0.1%) Pacific Islander, 182 (1.4%) from other races, and 387 (3.1%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 769 persons (6.1%).

    So the 'bu is either slipping or gaining in total white population at 91.5%.

    Went to a church in Malibu about five years ago. When this post mentioned a church actually taking in homeless thought "Oh, no!" But it wasn't the church that was visited.

    Whew!

    Hard to believe but despite its reputation, there actually are churches in Malibu. But if the white population is starting to decline this could be a future problem. As Malibu goes....

    It even has a Catholic parish school with uniforms and altar kids, children’s masses planned by the kids and the whole deal. Quite a status symbol to take your kids around Los Angeles wearing their uniform sweatshirts with “Our Lady of Malibu School” logo

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  38. @TG
    Well you see, open borders are only for little people. Yes, the elites can flood the country with third world refugees (and be responsible for the policies that have made the third world a hell), and feel morally superior and look down on any prole complaining when all that they and their ancestors have worked for is buried under an avalanche of human misery.

    But let the great unwashed of the world cause the elites the slightest discomfort to our oh so best and brightest, and that can't be allowed.

    The sociopathic CEO of facebook demands that America tear down it's border and let the entire world invade... even as he walls off huge sections of property to ensure that he and his family have space and privacy and safety.

    If I were King I would make Malibu a dumping ground for every foreign extremist jihadi nutjob refugee, and every homeless American pushed into that state by their corrupt neo-liberal policies, and see how they like it. Sadly I am not king. Perhaps I should be.

    Immigration is part of the problem. As many conservatives have observed LA and Orange County have more restrictive zoning laws than Houston. Houston also has a lot of immigrants these days. Houston grew about 26,000 in foreign born last year versus only 16,000 for Orange County. Foreigners know that Texas is cheaper to live than Ca and have been shifted there. Florida not Ca gain the most foreign born in the past 5 years since lots of the foreign born particularly Asians have moved out of Ca. Its just that Ca Dems are subborn. LA and OC could lose about 200,000 illegal immigrants if e-verify was use and some deportations were allow. It first it would hurt the economy since school teachers and so forth would be laid off but in 5 years rent would be a little cheaper and the native born would come back.

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    I predict with hurricane Maria many Latinos will dumped California and moved to Florida since Florida will become more of a Latino enclave since thousands of Puerto Ricians are moving in and Mexicans and Central Americans will move there since its cheaper.
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  39. @cynthia curran
    Immigration is part of the problem. As many conservatives have observed LA and Orange County have more restrictive zoning laws than Houston. Houston also has a lot of immigrants these days. Houston grew about 26,000 in foreign born last year versus only 16,000 for Orange County. Foreigners know that Texas is cheaper to live than Ca and have been shifted there. Florida not Ca gain the most foreign born in the past 5 years since lots of the foreign born particularly Asians have moved out of Ca. Its just that Ca Dems are subborn. LA and OC could lose about 200,000 illegal immigrants if e-verify was use and some deportations were allow. It first it would hurt the economy since school teachers and so forth would be laid off but in 5 years rent would be a little cheaper and the native born would come back.

    I predict with hurricane Maria many Latinos will dumped California and moved to Florida since Florida will become more of a Latino enclave since thousands of Puerto Ricians are moving in and Mexicans and Central Americans will move there since its cheaper.

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  40. Alden says:
    @Goatweed
    Church lore has it that Pepperdine was run out of Watts and settled in Malibu.

    Furtherest Appalachia on the Pacific shore.

    It was run out of Los Angeles by the blacks, but it wasn’t in Watts. It was originally located near University of S. California in the infamous N. Adams district. That neighborhood is just south of downtown and after the civil war became the prestige neighborhood. There still are a few glorious 1880s houses. St. Mary’s college was built there too.

    Anyway, first the black maids and gardeners and their thug children settled in the area. Then came WW2 and the blacks flooded the cities.

    Pepperdine fled to Malibu. Just like in medieval times when the locals fled to the castle, St. Mary’s fled to the safety of the USC campus and its numerous security guards. Actually St. Mary’s split. The other fled to the highest mountain in the city, again like a medieval fortress.

    I’ve spoken to guys who are students at USC. Many, many of the students carry guns and the local blacks respect that and USC actually has a low crime rate compared to other schools. USC stayed and stuck it out during the worst of the black onslaught, although it always threatened the Mayor and City Council it would move as Pepperdine did.

    Most of the high rise dorms have only guys on the first few floors to discourage the surrounding savages from rape. Due to the carrying of guns by the students the off campus students are reasonably safe considering the neighborhood. A few years ago the ultra left totally anti White city government and media was totally embarassed when 2 foreign students, Chinese were murdered by local black thugs a couple weeks after they arrived from China.

    The anti White coalition of Critters of Color suffered a bit, but the federally funded Asian activitists stayed true to the Critters of Color Code of we hate Whites.

    I’ve also been told that the campus cops keep the blacks off the campus by giving them a good beating when they catch them on campus. Hope its true.

    Strangely enough, the black student and Critters of Color campus groups don’t unite with the surrounding blacks. But thanks be to God, the neighborhood is full of hispanics who are gradually driving the blacks out.

    So goes the cycle of American cities. 1 Wealthy beautiful neighbor hood. 2 Black household help and gardeners arrive. 3 The black spawn go on a crime spree. 4 WW2 and the black plague engulfs the neighbor hood. 5,6,7 50 -70 years of zombie land. 8 either hispanics or White bachelor men with no women or children to care for move in. 9 neighborhood is restored to what it was originally.

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  41. Alden says:
    @TG
    Well you see, open borders are only for little people. Yes, the elites can flood the country with third world refugees (and be responsible for the policies that have made the third world a hell), and feel morally superior and look down on any prole complaining when all that they and their ancestors have worked for is buried under an avalanche of human misery.

    But let the great unwashed of the world cause the elites the slightest discomfort to our oh so best and brightest, and that can't be allowed.

    The sociopathic CEO of facebook demands that America tear down it's border and let the entire world invade... even as he walls off huge sections of property to ensure that he and his family have space and privacy and safety.

    If I were King I would make Malibu a dumping ground for every foreign extremist jihadi nutjob refugee, and every homeless American pushed into that state by their corrupt neo-liberal policies, and see how they like it. Sadly I am not king. Perhaps I should be.

    Martin Sheen, father of the infamous debauched, drunken, drugged degenerate Charlie was the guy who made Malibu a homeless sanctuary city. But that was when the homeless were White and law abiding and well behaved. I was once near a Malibu playground and saw the beautiful skinny blonde mommies buying all sorts of sandwiches and sodas at the store and giving the food to their beautiful little ones to carry over to the homeless. It was so sweet I almost got diabetes that day.

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  42. “providing dinners is nice but it depends on the location”

    So not in your back yard? I do not give to homeless people on South Street (or anywhere) which is around the corner from here, but tourists feel free to give handouts because these homeless are not on their block in the suburbs.

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  43. anonmn says:
    @ScarletNumber
    Green Bay is part of Lake Michigan, not Superior.

    He’s referring to the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior (Wisconsin), Duluth’s drunken little brother.

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    He’s referring to the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior (Wisconsin), Duluth’s drunken little brother.
     
    I think Scarlet is "number" than the rest of us.

    Superior is on Superior, Green Bay is on Green Bay, Detroit is on the Detroit. Michigan touches every lake but Ontario, and Ontario touches every lake but Michigan.
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  44. Alden says:
    @Buffalo Joe
    I read on SFGate, if I remember correctly, that SF spends $240 million yearly on the homeless and for all that the city smells like a urinal. Sacramento has a crew that shows up every day, two hours before business hours, to steam clean the area around the court building. Moderate weather and over the top benefits to the "homeless" and that's what you get.

    Homelessness is a big business and a full employment act for liberals and city workers. Santa Monica Ca is small town with a lot of homeless. The Homeless Agency pays salaries of up to $150,000 to its Homeless Agency managers.

    Seattle spends 200,000 million per year allegedly solving the homeless problem. Seattle claims to have 12,000 homeless. It’s probably more than that, let’s double to 24,000 or even 30,000. That’s $200,000 million every year for the homeless. Seattle could build homes 50 miles away for them for that amount of money. But they have to keep the SJWs employed and spend that amount every single year.

    Truth is, government and the churches and the poverty pimps and non profit hustlers need the homeless to make a living, just as farmers need their herds and flocks to make a living.

    Every time someone in my neighborhood makes a comment about the homeless, I just point out the beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath, beautifully landscaped apartment building complex equipped with playgrounds, a free preschool and after school program (baby sitters) a few blocks away filled with 4ft 10 200 pd illegal alien hispanic indian women and their equally obese anchor babies. Also on site social workers to make it easy for them to get their welfare, sign the anchor babies up for medi caid and other things Americans have to go to the welfare office for.

    The homeless are all Americans and those tubs of lard luxuriating at the taxpayers expense are illegals and anchor babies.

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    Seattle spends 200,000 million per year allegedly solving the homeless problem.
     
    Whoa, they're more serious than I thought. Do you realize that's two hundred billion dollars annually? Sooner or later we're talking real money here.
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  45. Anon7 says:
    @415 reasons
    I for one say kudos to the people of Malibu for having the balls to take on homeless people in the current year. Are they really so deplorable in Malibu that there isn't a quorum of woke people to come in and shame them into keeping the hobos?

    I’m very concerned about the Malibu hoboes (hobo americanus, hobo mexicanus, hobo hobo) which may soon become extinct, or at least endangered in this delicate coastline ecosystem. Obviously, what is needed is a Malibu Hobo Sanctuary, where hoboes can live undisturbed in their natural environment, behind dumpsters, in culverts, outside of buildings, inside public libraries. It may be necessary to create and maintain land bridges, or structures similar to fish ladders, to to keep their ancient migratory routes open from their homelands, like Tijuana and South Central.

    Free public buses might suffice.

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  46. Anon7 says:
    @TG
    Well you see, open borders are only for little people. Yes, the elites can flood the country with third world refugees (and be responsible for the policies that have made the third world a hell), and feel morally superior and look down on any prole complaining when all that they and their ancestors have worked for is buried under an avalanche of human misery.

    But let the great unwashed of the world cause the elites the slightest discomfort to our oh so best and brightest, and that can't be allowed.

    The sociopathic CEO of facebook demands that America tear down it's border and let the entire world invade... even as he walls off huge sections of property to ensure that he and his family have space and privacy and safety.

    If I were King I would make Malibu a dumping ground for every foreign extremist jihadi nutjob refugee, and every homeless American pushed into that state by their corrupt neo-liberal policies, and see how they like it. Sadly I am not king. Perhaps I should be.

    Hail TG I! long live the king!

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  47. I know we like to call out Malibu and the SV suburbs for their hypocrisy, spewing left utopianism from their hardcore right-wing places of residence. But the woke set does that, too.

    If the Malibu Policy is on one end of a spectrum and open-borders left utopianism on the other, is the Malibu Policy (on housing, homeless, protectionism, etc.) optimal? Or would the optimal state be more open than Malibu to development, immigration, etc.? If we start with the Malibu Policy, how far left does one go before reaching optimal balance?

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  48. Mr. Anon says:
    @TG
    Well you see, open borders are only for little people. Yes, the elites can flood the country with third world refugees (and be responsible for the policies that have made the third world a hell), and feel morally superior and look down on any prole complaining when all that they and their ancestors have worked for is buried under an avalanche of human misery.

    But let the great unwashed of the world cause the elites the slightest discomfort to our oh so best and brightest, and that can't be allowed.

    The sociopathic CEO of facebook demands that America tear down it's border and let the entire world invade... even as he walls off huge sections of property to ensure that he and his family have space and privacy and safety.

    If I were King I would make Malibu a dumping ground for every foreign extremist jihadi nutjob refugee, and every homeless American pushed into that state by their corrupt neo-liberal policies, and see how they like it. Sadly I am not king. Perhaps I should be.

    If I were King I would make Malibu a dumping ground for every foreign extremist jihadi nutjob refugee, and every homeless American pushed into that state by their corrupt neo-liberal policies, and see how they like it. Sadly I am not king. Perhaps I should be.

    There are lots of places where that could (should) be done: San Francisco, Aspen, Nantucket, Hilton Head, The Hamptons, etc.

    The Trump State Department could do that to. Why should the next batch of refugees go to Minneapolis or Lewiston. Why not Bel-Air, or the Upper West Side?

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  49. Mr. Anon says:
    @Buffalo Joe
    There was a recent action in California, near Santa Anna to move a homeless encampment. The contractor hired to do the job discovered a part of a under ground sewer vault being used to store bicycles. There were over 1000 bikes in the vault. That is a lot of , presumably, stolen bikes.

    Who was the contractor? The Soylent Corporation?

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  50. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    I suspect the homeless problem will become much, much worse in California because they have 3 issues that will make it explode. Legal pot, generous state welfare benefits, and warm winter weather. The 3rd isn’t the fault of Californians, but the other 2 serves them right.

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  51. “After the Metro’s Expo Line opened to Santa Monica last year, neighbors began complaining of mentally ill and rough-looking characters camping at the beach and hanging out near schools”

    “Some homeless people believed residents were reacting against an influx of African Americans from Santa Monica and downtown Los Angeles. Malibu is 90% white”

    Itz about time the good citizens of Malibu got a taste of diversity.

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  52. bartok says:
    @415 reasons
    I truly wish SF had laws that criminalizes things the homeless do that debase the commons of the city like sleeping in public parks (I wouldnt suggest walking a dog in Duboce park at 8-9 am he may Disturb a sleeping hobo). Of course there still are so many things the homeless do that are illegal, even in SF, because many have weapons and most have hard drugs. If they could I'm sure SFPD would more or less solve or at least mitigate the problem by taking these guys off the streets, but they are not given the resources, the mandate or most importantly the political cover to round up street people flouting the law in plain sight. San Francisco has this many homeless because it thinks that having drug addicts use dope and treat city streets as a toilet is more humane than enforced sobriety in a safe, toilet equipped jail facility.

    Democrats wanted to close the asylums because they wanted to queer and destroy American society. Republicans agreed because they wanted to cut spending and to turn social policy over to the liberals.

    What might be done: We need to drive the remaining corporate Republicans into the sea.

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  53. @Buffalo Joe
    I read on SFGate, if I remember correctly, that SF spends $240 million yearly on the homeless and for all that the city smells like a urinal. Sacramento has a crew that shows up every day, two hours before business hours, to steam clean the area around the court building. Moderate weather and over the top benefits to the "homeless" and that's what you get.

    Bitterly cold winters do have some advantages, it seems.

    Not that I’m experiencing them in Canada’s city with the average warmest winters – Victoria, BC.

    And yes, homeless are a problem here. But they stay in the city and don’t come to the suburbs.

    The ferry ride keeps most of them in Vancouver.

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  54. Dennis Dale says: • Website
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    Has anyone done anything about that house trailer on the beach in Malibu? There are more shootings, beatings and squealing tires there than anywhere else in the whole city. DENNIS!!!

    Are you referencing Rockford Files or Lethal Weapon? Or are there two such trailers? Or just one that changed hands?

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  55. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Anon
    NIMBYs finally get confronted with the result of their idiotic feel-good policies

    That might even imply something were it not for this thing called cognitive dissonance mastery which means that lefties never, ever have to deal with the results of the policies they promote. Even when they’re being raped and murdered. Try it some time–what’s not to like?

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  56. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Seamus Padraig
    You beat me to it! That was the first thing I thought of.

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  57. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Faraday's Bobcat
    My wokiest friend is always rattling on about how we must accept immigrants from any and all countries, especially Muslims and Mexicans. He's a single-issue voter and that issue is open borders.

    He lives in 85% white Manhattan Beach, median home price $2.8M.

    He’s a single-issue voter and that issue is open borders.

    I’m noticing this more and more. Open Borders always and everywhere (though actually only for previously white countries). And not a one of them lives anywhere near the ‘migrants’.

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  58. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Alden
    Homelessness is a big business and a full employment act for liberals and city workers. Santa Monica Ca is small town with a lot of homeless. The Homeless Agency pays salaries of up to $150,000 to its Homeless Agency managers.

    Seattle spends 200,000 million per year allegedly solving the homeless problem. Seattle claims to have 12,000 homeless. It's probably more than that, let's double to 24,000 or even 30,000. That's $200,000 million every year for the homeless. Seattle could build homes 50 miles away for them for that amount of money. But they have to keep the SJWs employed and spend that amount every single year.

    Truth is, government and the churches and the poverty pimps and non profit hustlers need the homeless to make a living, just as farmers need their herds and flocks to make a living.

    Every time someone in my neighborhood makes a comment about the homeless, I just point out the beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath, beautifully landscaped apartment building complex equipped with playgrounds, a free preschool and after school program (baby sitters) a few blocks away filled with 4ft 10 200 pd illegal alien hispanic indian women and their equally obese anchor babies. Also on site social workers to make it easy for them to get their welfare, sign the anchor babies up for medi caid and other things Americans have to go to the welfare office for.

    The homeless are all Americans and those tubs of lard luxuriating at the taxpayers expense are illegals and anchor babies.

    Seattle spends 200,000 million per year allegedly solving the homeless problem.

    Whoa, they’re more serious than I thought. Do you realize that’s two hundred billion dollars annually? Sooner or later we’re talking real money here.

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    A result of the now commonplace, albeit assinine, practice of using Arabic numerals inappropriately in formal sentences. I see this stuff all the time from the dumbasses I must endure in corporate AmeriKKKa.
    , @ScarletNumber
    It's more like $0.2 trillion
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  59. @ThreeCranes
    "Leftist constructionists". The very phrase I was looking for.

    A radical "leftist constructionist", true to his core beliefs, would find nothing remiss and much to commend in casting an old, obese, bearded, black man in the role of a beautiful, white enchantress as characters in a play. After all, if race and "gender" are indeed merely social constructs then the audience should have no problem in looking past mere appearances and seeing the true character of the role shining through in the actor's performance.

    It may even be a sort of litmus test for the audience. Those who have no difficulty in seeing the 18-year-old, ravishingly, beautiful young maiden in the performance of the grizzled old fart would be held up as models for the more literal minded to emulate. Consideration for advancement would be contingent upon displaying appropriate gullibility and zeal.

    Agree.

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  60. @anonmn
    He's referring to the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior (Wisconsin), Duluth's drunken little brother.

    He’s referring to the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior (Wisconsin), Duluth’s drunken little brother.

    I think Scarlet is “number” than the rest of us.

    Superior is on Superior, Green Bay is on Green Bay, Detroit is on the Detroit. Michigan touches every lake but Ontario, and Ontario touches every lake but Michigan.

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  61. @Charles Erwin Wilson II
    It is as if reality has a voice in this matter. Where are the Leftist constructionists that think reality away?

    It is as if reality has a voice in this matter. Where are the Leftist constructionists that think reality away?

    Haven’t you heard? They’ve been deconstructed.

    (If you don’t have time Derrida, tell them to Foucault.)

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  62. Yngvar says:

    The Malibu reservation is settled by the Reechwhyte tribal nation. They only want to hold on to their ancient customs and traditions.

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  63. @Anonymous

    Seattle spends 200,000 million per year allegedly solving the homeless problem.
     
    Whoa, they're more serious than I thought. Do you realize that's two hundred billion dollars annually? Sooner or later we're talking real money here.

    A result of the now commonplace, albeit assinine, practice of using Arabic numerals inappropriately in formal sentences. I see this stuff all the time from the dumbasses I must endure in corporate AmeriKKKa.

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  64. I see this stuff all the time from the dumbasses I must endure in corporate AmeriKKKa.

    Yeah, people rag on the morons in government, and rightly so, but it’s a wonder private companies make any money at all with the all dumbasses they employ and the stupid crap they do. And that’s just the straight white guys.

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  65. @Ganderson
    I’m guessing he knows that.

    Then why would he say what he said?

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  66. @Anonymous

    Seattle spends 200,000 million per year allegedly solving the homeless problem.
     
    Whoa, they're more serious than I thought. Do you realize that's two hundred billion dollars annually? Sooner or later we're talking real money here.

    It’s more like $0.2 trillion

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