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Despite its vast wealth, San Francisco has notoriously awful public schools with low test scores. But don’t worry, the school board has a plan to fix the badness of its schools: the rectification of names. From SFGate.com:

San Francisco may rename 44 schools named after Washington, Lincoln, Feinstein and more

by Eric Ting
Oct. 16, 2020

George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and even Sen. Dianne Feinstein have been deemed too problematic to be featured in the names of schools in the San Francisco Unified School District by a panel of 12 community members appointed by the superintendent.

Three weeks ago, the panel found that 44 of the 125 schools in the district might have to change their names after their review. KGO reported that panel members sought to rename schools currently featuring the names of, “anyone directly involved in the colonization of people, slave owners or participants in enslavement, perpetrators of genocide or slavery, those who exploit workers/people, those who directly oppressed or abused women, children, queer or transgender people, those connected to any human rights or environmental abuse [and] those who are known racists and/or white supremacists and/or espoused racist beliefs.”

The Chronicle reported Wednesday that parents and principals were formally asked this week to brainstorm potential new names by Dec. 18, a move that was not well-received given the fact that schools are still in distanced learning due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The school board will then vote on any potential name changes in January or February of 2021. …

Schools named after former presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson are on the list due to the two presidents’ slave-owning status, and a school named after Abraham Lincoln is on the list because of his treatment of Native Americans.

Dianne Feinstein Elementary School made the list because she reportedly replaced a vandalized Confederate flag flying outside City Hall when she was mayor in 1984. Progressives have recently been irate at Feinstein after her embrace of South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham at the end of the Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination hearings.

Also on the list is El Dorado Elementary School, because panel members took issue with the concept of El Dorado.

“The concept of El Dorado, especially in California, had a lot to do with the search of gold, and for the indigenous people that meant the death of them,” panel member Mary Travis Allen said during a September meeting. “I don’t think the concept of greed and lust for gold is a concept we want our children to be given.”

Here are the evil 44 school names, with descriptions of the more obscure sources:

Abraham Lincoln High School
Alamo Elementary
Alvarado Elementary – Californio rebel who fought for California’s independence from Mexico
Balboa High School – Silent upon a peak in Darien
Bryant Elementary – William Cullen Bryant, author of “To a Waterfowl”?
Claire Lilienthal (both campuses) – school board member
Clarendon Elementary and Japanese Bilingual Bicultural Program – British foreign secretary?
Commodore Sloat Elementary – Claimed California for US in 1845
Daniel Webster Elementary – Compromise of 1850?
Dianne Feinstein Elementary – see above
El Dorado Elementary – see above
Everett Middle School – ??? Civil War orator?
Francis Scott Key Elementary
Frank McCoppin Elementary – first mayor of SF
Garfield Elementary – Republican
George Washington High School
Grattan Elementary – ???
Herbert Hoover Middle School
James Denman Middle School – “Father of SF public schools”
James Lick Middle School – Piano maker and real estate investor, became wealthiest man in California —

He originally wanted to build giant statues of himself and his parents, and erect a pyramid larger than the Great Pyramid of Giza in his own honor in downtown San Francisco. However, through the efforts of George Davidson, president of the California Academy of Sciences, Lick was persuaded to leave the greatest portion of his fortune to the establishment of a mountaintop observatory, with the largest, most powerful telescope yet built by man.

Jefferson Elementary
John Muir Elementary – Conservationist, founder of Sierra Club
Jose Ortega Elementary — Perhaps discovered San Francisco Bay 1769
Junipero Serra Elementary – founder of California Missions
Lawton Alternative K-8 – Military hero who captured Geronimo?
Lowell High School – Abolitionist poet, editor of Atlantic Monthly
Marshall Elementary – lots of Marshalls in American history
McKinley Elementary
Mission High School
Monroe Elementary
Noriega EES – Commandante of Mexican California
Paul Revere K-8 – Because why wouldn’t they hate Paul Revere?
Presidio EES
Presidio Middle School
Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary – What did the author of Treasure Island ever do to encourage children to read?
Roosevelt Middle School
Sanchez Elementary – Commandante of Mexican California
Sheridan Elementary – Civil War Union general?
Sherman Elementary – Civil War Union general
Stockton EES – Conquered California in 1846
Sutro Elementary – Jewish public benefactor and mayor, built famous Sutro public swimming pool
Ulloa Elementary – Spanish scientist and naval officer?

11 of the 44 Bad Names are Spanish words or names.

More than a few schools, such as Sanchez Elementary, are named after the streets they are located upon, which are, in turn, named after the historical figures. But, no forgiveness.

 
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  1. anon[114] • Disclaimer says:

    As long as one of the schools is renamed for Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho. That’s really what matters.

    • LOL: Ron Unz
  2. It’s impossible to parody the woke left any more. The Babylon Bee is now simply advance news.

    • Replies: @Glt
    , @Kronos
    , @El Dato
    , @Buffalo Joe
  3. Thomas says:

    Years ago, I volunteered to mentor students in a gifted program at Balboa High. The kids I worked with were all pleasant, studious, energetic, and almost all Asian. I didn’t have any interaction with students outside the gifted program.

    Anyway, one of the nice little touches about San Francisco (notwithstanding all of the figurative and literal crap about the place) is places and names of places that reflect nearly 250 years of history. Hard to find things like that anywhere else on the West Coast. That makes this particular bit of cultural revolutionizing even more shameful than usual.

  4. Barnard says:

    Don’t they have a school named for Harvey Milk? They don’t consider what he did abuse of children I guess. Are they allowing any white heterosexual names to remain?

  5. [From Tyler Cowen]

    [Question] Is Stupidity Expanding? Some Hypotheses.

    To be explained: It feels to me that in recent years, people have gotten stupider, or that stupid has gotten bigger, or that the parts of people that were always stupid have gotten louder, or something like that.

    I’ve come up with a suite of hypotheses to explain this (with a little help from my friends). I thought I’d throw them out here to see which ones the wise crowd here think are most likely. Bonus points if you come up with some new ones. Gold stars if you can rule some out based on existing data or can propose tests by which they might be rendered more or less plausible.

    The hypotheses come in two broad families: 1) my feeling that stupid is expanding is an illusion or misperception, and 2) stupid is expanding and here is why:

    https://www.greaterwrong.com/posts/BHqzGLNyQHjDXhEc8/is-stupidity-expanding-some-hypotheses

    Way down in the comments one contributor mentions something close to the Flynn Effect reversal.

  6. What designation will replace the bad juju names? Indoctrination Centers, Nos. 1-44, seems like a safe and appropriate solution.

    • Agree: bomag
  7. JohnnyD says:

    Maybe they can name some of the chemistry labs after George Floyd.

  8. JohnnyD says:
    @Barnard

    He was also good buddies with Jim Jones.

  9. Anon[364] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr McKenna

    I wouldn’t say stupidity is expanding, but dishonesty is. The amount of people who lie to protect their egos from Badthink is simply amazing in this day and age. You’d have to go back to a pre-Enlightenment era to find people so wrapped in a world of primitive-minded lies and myth.

    A fundamental part of what makes modern society functional and modern is intellectual honesty. This honesty is disappearing from our society. Minorities come from primitive societies where intellectual honesty has no value to them, and thus they lie a lot. As our minority population has grown, a large segment of our population now consists of chronic liars.

    White leftists too have caught the plague from these minorities, who are setting the white leftists a bad example. White leftists have become far more anti-intellectual and primitive in their thinking than previous generations of leftists, and they’re lying a lot more than previous generations of leftists did. Leftist lying has become a pandemic. Everything must serve a propaganda purpose for today’s leftists, exactly the way it does in North Korea.

    Modern society has to based on modern intellectualism and truth. Modern society cannot function in a society built on lies.

  10. Marty says:
    @Thomas

    Notice that Giannini M.S. isn’t on the list. I guess they have some shame.

  11. @Mr McKenna

    The problem is not that there are stupid people (there have always been stupid people, and there always will be). The problem is not even that the number of stupid people has been increasing, or that floods of stupid people from faraway lands are continually being (((invited))) to join us here.

    The real problem is that the non-stupid people have lost the will, the charisma, and the courage to convincingly tell the stupid people that they need to be quiet and listen to the non-stupid case. viz Credentialism won’t do it, because most credentialists are also either grifters or stupid or both. The traditional methods and boundaries for telling stupid people apart from non-stupid people have been degraded.

    I’ve spent a lot of time among so-called stupid people. They fall into line rather reasonably, when you make a fair, readily observable, non-stupid case to them, in language they can understand. So maybe this word “stupid” is sort of… problematic.

  12. Was Hitler High mentioned?

  13. Neoconned says:

    OT: got a technical question for you guys….especially if you have a tech background….

    I do Doordash & Postmates delivery on the side for extra cash. Lately both have slowed significantly. Anyhow about an hour ago i was doing a Doordash pickup at a local McDonald’s. As in sitting in line there. My Postmates pickup alert dings. Its the same McD’s im at so im thinking good….double delivery…..

    While in line this random number calls me and says its from Postmates. Some guy who claims he’s from their offices in SF…..anyway says he’s doing a random test.and says Postmates members let relatives use their accounts and he wants to verify its me & says i won a 25$ gift card….

    The dude texts me a message asking to confirm username and pw etc….eventually he says thanks good nite etc….BUT the 80$ or whatever i had is now gone & my balance says 0…..

    I’m guessing i got scammed at this point but 1)how the hell would the hacker slash scammer have access to my current at that exact moment GPS data? I mean they knew EXACTLY WHERE I WAS AT THAT MOMENT…..

    b) if it was a scam they created a fake order in Postmates app….

    They’re this technically saavy they can fake GPS locations and orders?

    For…..$70

    I’m annoyed if it is a scam but not devestated…..ive lost more playing Blackjack while drunk…

    Sound like a scam?

    • Replies: @epebble
    , @Almost Missouri
  14. And there will be people who will be surprised when test scores still suck.

  15. anon[282] • Disclaimer says:

    We’re easily living in one of the gayest possible timelines

  16. MattinLA says:

    The very name of San Francisco should be cancelled. After all, St. Francis was a white man. If that weren’t sufficient, he was also a principal in the Catholic Church. Composed of white males.

  17. jim jones says:

    If the Left continues to attack San Fransisco the people will simply leave:

  18. syonredux says:

    Grattan Elementary – ???

    Perhaps named after John Lawrence Grattan:

    John Lawrence Grattan (June 1, 1830 – August 19, 1854) was a mid-19th century US Cavalry officer, whose poor judgement and inexperience led to the Grattan massacre, which was a major instigator for the First Sioux War.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Lawrence_Grattan

    The Grattan Massacre, also known as the Grattan Fight,[1] was the opening engagement of the First Sioux War, fought between United States Army and Lakota Sioux warriors on August 19, 1854. It occurred east of Fort Laramie, Nebraska Territory, in present-day Goshen County, Wyoming.

    A small detachment of soldiers entered a large Sioux encampment to arrest a man accused of taking a migrant’s cow, although such matters by treaty were to be handled by the US Indian Agent. After one of the soldiers fatally shot Chief Matȟó Wayúhi (Conquering Bear), the Brulé Lakotas returned fire and killed a total of 29 soldiers, Lieutenant John Grattan, and a civilian interpreter. The massacre, as it was called by the American press, is considered an early and significant event in the Plains Indian Wars.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grattan_massacre

    • Replies: @Neuday
  19. syonredux says:

    John Muir Elementary – Conservationist, founder of Sierra Club

    Poor Muir……

    Environmentalists Grapple with the Racist History of John Muir

    But as the Sierra Club, an organization he co-founded 128 years ago, wrote in a statement today, Muir’s legacy, and that of a number of early leaders of the conservation movement, is marred by a record of racism, white supremacism, and eugenics.

    Historians and critics have pointed to Muir’s racist writings and his close association individuals like American Eugenics Society founder Henry Fairfield Osborn for years. Documents from the 1860s and 1870s find him describing Indigenous people as “filthy” and expressing an attitude toward them which one writer described as “depressing and painfully devoid of empathy.”

    https://www.lamag.com/citythinkblog/john-muir-racist-sierra-club/

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Mr McKenna
  20. @Mr McKenna

    But Tyler is still pushing the Covid lockdown. What’s stupider than that? I know he scored high on some standardized test and we’re supposed to shut up and obey, but come on.

    Tucker had a good line about our Fake Elites having credentials on their resumes like 3rd world dictators have medals on their chest.

  21. Progressives have recently been irate at Feinstein after her embrace of South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham at the end of the Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination hearings.

    Wow, it’s getting tough out there – cancelled for hugging a fag!?

  22. Watch this video of Mandy Patinkin and his wife. Both are absolutely deranged. Their meltdown has to be seen to be believed.

    Both are Jewish.

  23. Anon[401] • Disclaimer says:
    @syonredux

    Muir travelled in the South and wrote that the blacks there were Sambos who didn’t work hard. Over in Berkeley there is a popular elite elementary school in a natural setting by a creek with Craftsman-style buildings. Their home page cryptically notes that the storied 100-year-old school changed its name back to John Muir Elementary in 1990, but the timeline omits any mention of changing the name from John Muir to something else. I’m sensing that the cancellation of Muir happens once every “revolution,” the last time bring the hippies. About three months ago the Sierra Club cancelled Muir in an announcement, which greased the skids for his cancellation in school names.

    • Replies: @syonredux
    , @res
  24. @JohnnyWalker123

    Name of decedent: United States of America
    Cause of death: Blacks and Jews
    Place of death: Diversity avenue
    Comorbidities: Immigration, cultural demoralization, deficits, non-stop foreign wars, outsourcing
    Estate’s beneficiary: China

    • Replies: @Ragno
  25. Veracitor says:

    More like the Rectification of the Vuldronaii:

    In various ways I’m starting to think of my friends and relatives in California the way Romans in Italy must have thought of their friends and relatives in Britain around 383 A.D..

  26. Kronos says:
    @John Milton’s Ghost

    Maybe the next big thing would be to swap/steal zip codes? You know, just to help wash the tragic dirt out of the eyes of underperforming children. I can think of the HBD slogans already: “Let’s see Charles Murray’s “superzips” take a dip!” Unfortunately, the stench of “Fish Town” can’t be washed off so easily…

  27. @JohnnyWalker123

    Who was asking recently: Do they really believe this stuff?

    Oh yeah, they really believe. She cries, “What’s happened to this country, where we don’t yet have complete control?” She says, “Let’s wait until we have complete control, then we’ll decide what you can talk about.”

    These people really believe that the nation is in the hands of nazis and white supremacists. Mind you, they don’t believe this by accident. They believe it because those behind the mass media find it advantageous for them to believe it.

  28. @syonredux

    The Wokistocracy will be only too happy to dispense entirely with Muir and the Sierra Club, even though that organization — benighted though it is since David Gelbaum became its benefactor — would happily see the environment wrecked than ever curtail the flood of third-world migrants. The mere threat of any policy involving conservation raises their hackles. The notion of careful stewardship of the natural world is anathema–just another form of white supremacy in their minds. Wreck everything. That’s the Kendi-Nehisi platform for the Democrats in 2024. Wonder if they’ll be late to the party by then. Might not be much left by then.

    There’s no such thing as “not racist.”

  29. Mr. Anon says:
    @Barnard

    Don’t they have a school named for Harvey Milk? They don’t consider what he did abuse of children I guess. Are they allowing any white heterosexual names to remain?

    Perhaps they could name schools after Larry Kramer and Alan Ginsburg – another couple of homosexual apologists for pederasty.

    Hey, is there a trend there?

  30. Kronos says:
    @Barnard

    I’m afraid to ask if they have a sports team name and mascot.

    The San Francisco Dairies?

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    , @TomSchmidt
  31. bomag says:
    @Thomas

    …places and names of places that reflect nearly 250 years of history

    I recall some passing criticism in a lecture, noting that the US tends to be anodyne about naming streets: lots of numbers; oak, ash, elm, etc.

    The speaker considered it a lost opportunity to teach history by using the names of historical figures.

    Now everything is so fraught, street names will soon all be random geometric figures; but that too is probably unwoke in some way.

  32. Anonymous[368] • Disclaimer says:

    Small potatoes.

    There have been at least one *reported* case of ‘top NYC education dept officials’ – and teachers! – conducting actual, real santeria rituals out of hours in school premises, in order to ‘cleanse’ the said premises of ‘evil’ influences, ie, the behavior of the enriched student body.

    The rituals involved the slaughter of chickens and the sprinkling of chicken blood across doorways.

    • Replies: @Ray P
  33. Ano says:

    If Dianne Feinstein’s name can’t grace a school now, what about replacing it with the name of that Chinese spy she had on her staff for, oh, just 20 odd years?

    He’s a PoC, a Communist, and a foe of America. That’s a jackpot on the fruit machine which is San Francisco isn’t it?

    SF is angry because Di didn’t ’embrace’ Graham in the proper Dem manner….

  34. Cortes says:

    The world is a duller, poorer place for the thwarting of James Lick’s plans.

    “Public policy” (as used to frustrate the testamentary plans of the McCaig family in Scotland see

    https://www.kells.com.au/insights/wills/mccaigs-folly/

    ) is a desk jockey’s answer to every initiative that would enliven society. What insignificant former textile mill village wouldn’t benefit from a 150’ high Statue of the local gradgrind?

    • Replies: @Templar
  35. Altai says:

    Schools named after former presidents George Washington

    It’s crazy how matter-of-fact that article is and how quickly it has become a non-issue to go about cancelling George Washington. People have known he was a slaveholder all along and it was widely known among the American public for many generations.

    But you can’t just cancel George Washington. After the great wave the founders were recontextualised into quasi mythical figures to remove the issue of new Americans having no roots going back to the founding. By making them mythic characters revolving around their abstract ideals and principals they are essential to American as a proposition nation.

    They have no idea what they’re doing by cancelling Washington. Once gone, America has no ability to connect to it’s own past, not by blood, not through the founders. There is no inviolability, no sacredness, it’s just a place.

  36. Altai says:

    Three weeks ago, the panel found that 44 of the 125 schools in the district might have to change their names after their review. KGO reported that panel members sought to rename schools currently featuring the names of, “anyone directly involved in the colonization of people, slave owners or participants in enslavement, perpetrators of genocide or slavery, those who exploit workers/people, those who directly oppressed or abused women, children, queer or transgender people, those connected to any human rights or environmental abuse [and] those who are known racists and/or white supremacists and/or espoused racist beliefs.”

    Somebody should ask if any school could then be named after any living or dead Israeli president or prime minister.

  37. @Altai

    Pretty sure that’s the goal.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman, ic1000
    • Replies: @Altai
  38. Roosevelt Middle School

    About damn time someone got around to cancelling that Socialist scumbag FDR. Let’s rename it after his distant cousin Teddy, who at least was a Rough Rider and big supporter of saving the beautiful wilderness and hung out with John Muir … oops… well, I thought it would save some taxpayer money. Speaking of money:

    “I don’t think the concept of greed and lust for gold is a concept we want our children to be given.”

    Exactly. You don’t need to destroy portions of the golden hills for that barbaric relic gold. They called that “money”, haha! The school should be re-named after our modern source of money, call it Quantitive Easing Elementary School, the namesake of which, in fact, will be invoked in order to pay for these yearly re-namings.

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
  39. The SF School Board can streamline their virtue signalling by just issuing this statement:

    “We’re so woke we’re even cancelling Jews and Hispanics!”

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  40. El Dato says:

    One could just:

    1) Give school numbers

    “You are being bussed to School 47. Enjoy the ride.”

    2) Identify schools by slogans

    “School ‘Freedom through Work’ really has a tough program”

    3) Randomly generated identifiers (after filtering for accidents)

    “School KFUGGNIGZ may need renaming after all”

    4) Animal logos of exotic animals to avoid any problematisms

    “Giraffe School soundly beat Capibara school in the playoffs”

    5) Named after elements

    “School Hydrogen is a gas, but Radium … don’t go there”

    • Replies: @Ray P
  41. @Kronos

    I’m afraid to ask if they have a sports team name and mascot.

    The San Francisco Dairies?

    Almost. Just one letter off to the left

    • LOL: Kronos
  42. They need is some Big Black Men to be athletes in their schools. That would get the Sports-Cucks to give them money. A certain type of White guy really loves that.

    (I thought if I put sports talk in my comment it wouldn’t be put in moderation forever).

    https://yt3.ggpht.com/a/AGF-l7-Cgf3EZmbXleQt9ksylVEkms4zABtAKneCUQ=s900-c-k-c0xffffffff-no-rj-mo

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  43. El Dato says:
    @John Milton’s Ghost

    “Pre-News: The Stupidity Report”

  44. Altai says:

    OT: Kamala Harris’ husband’s PR firm has been retained by the Azeri government. Now that’s an interesting one given the use of cluster bombs in civilian areas and a video of some Azeri spec forces killing two Armenian POWs (Including a very old man) and the general war of aggression they’re waging.

    Meanwhile, Azerbaijan has ramped up its public relations campaign, employing not one but six of K Street’s heavy-hitting firms, including the Livingston Group, Stellar Jay Communications, BGR, the Podesta Group, and DLA Piper. Last year the country spent $1.3 million on lobbying.

    https://www.bellingcat.com/news/rest-of-world/2020/10/15/an-execution-in-hadrut-karabakh/

    There is also a video of Azeri POWs being killed by Armenian forces for what it’s worth.

    A good English-language aggregator to follow on the war is this guy.

    https://twitter.com/RALee85/

  45. … and even Sen. Dianne Feinstein ….

    Wait ! What ?!? After all DFi has done for that liberal bastion, and they dare to Other her holiness. Maybe that’s why she hasn’t produced any letters accusing ACB of sexual misconduct.

    Anyway, isn’t it time to name a school after Jello Biafra?

  46. @Almost Missouri

    That’s not “just so woke” – that’s just-downed-a-full-case-of-Red-Bull woke!

  47. 11 of 44 Bad Names are Spanish words or names.

    But not César Chávez, who fought illegal immigration.

  48. Where did you get that list of the 44 schools? I don’t see it in the article or in any of the links inside the article.

  49. They could rename Balboa High School after its most illustrious alumnus, Orenthal James Simpson!

  50. Do you think with John Muir they are confusing Conservationist with Conservative? I thought Muir was pretty Left Wing

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  51. Ray P says:
    @El Dato

    1) Give school numbers

    “You are being bussed to School 47. Enjoy the ride.”

    The Truly Woke have understood that math itself is racist. Our numerals come from the Arabs and look at how much slavery they undertook.

    5) Named after elements

    “School Hydrogen is a gas, but Radium … don’t go there”

    Germans dominated chemistry. And the periodic table was devised by a Czarist anti-semite.

  52. @JohnnyWalker123

    Mandy’s wife is almost certainly born Gentile. To be fair to Mandy, he is a lefty on Israeli stuff too, so he can’t be accused of the standard hypocrisies.

    The Patinkin clan, who have done pretty well for themselves in life mainly in entertainment and media, descend from a middle tier Jewish capitalist/industrialist.

  53. @Altai

    Just for laughs, someone should propose naming a school ‘George Jefferson’.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
  54. Old Prude says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Mrs. Prude, has recently started watching Fox News and has it on when I come home from work. They have a lot of sweet young cheesecakes on that channel. Golly. [start new comment thread with imbedded pics]

  55. @Thomas

    It has a hint of Pol Pot’s program to reset society to a “Year Zero”. One almost gets a whiff of mass killing fields right round the next bend . . . at the “election”, perhaps: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/attempted-robbery-security-guard-assigned-ballot-box-shot-baltimore . . . and as Melbourne, OZ, rapidly comes to a U.S. neighborhood near you:

    . . . and other members of the Five Eyes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_Eyes:

  56. Altai says:
    @Almost Missouri

    But it won’t turn out the way they think. Once America is gone, the only place left to go is back to blood. And their whole deal has been exploiting the lack of ethnocentrism and explicit interests of whites.

    • Replies: @Wade Hampton
  57. tyrone says:

    James Lick sounds like a great one to keep ,he went from infantile self aggrandizement to a great contribution to knowledge and science ,isn’t that what we want school kids to do .

  58. @Barnard

    Here I thought maybe this was my chance–“AnotherDad” just might make it as school name in San Francisco.

    But then i read this:

    KGO reported that panel members sought to rename schools currently featuring the names of, “anyone directly involved in the colonization of people, slave owners or participants in enslavement, perpetrators of genocide or slavery, those who exploit workers/people, those who directly oppressed or abused women, children, queer or transgender people, those connected to any human rights or environmental abuse [and] those who are known racists and/or white supremacists and/or espoused racist beliefs.”

    Uh-oh.

    • Replies: @Aardvark
  59. @Mr McKenna

    Reading John Muir should be compulsory, both for his elegant prose and his powers of observation.

    • Agree: Mr McKenna
  60. Templar says:
    @Cortes

    To be fair James Lick was a fairly wacky character,
    Per Wiki;
    In 1884, the Lick Old Ladies’ Home, later renamed the University Mound Ladies Home, was established in San Francisco with a grant from the Lick estate.

    • Replies: @Cortes
  61. Ray P says:
    @Anonymous

    Life imitates Buffy the Vampire Slayer!

  62. @Almost Missouri

    A great example of the kids pissing away the family patrimony.

  63. Anon[364] • Disclaimer says:

    If they want to name schools of poorly functioning black and Hispanic students after blacks and Hispanics who could barely read themselves, I’m all for it.

    You went to Laquisha Muhammad Jones High School? Put that on a job application and it can be safely tossed in the garbage without further perusal, because the hiring officer will instantly know you’re ghetto trash without the middle-class manners to interact with customers, and you can barely read.

    Going to a school with a laughable ghetto name means your job prospects vanish.

  64. @John Milton’s Ghost

    John, and yet Malcolm X and Harvey Milk retain their namesakes. There is a push to rename towns, cities, counties, bridges, rivers and anything else starting with “San”, Spanish for saint, because, Conquisitadors and missionaries you know. I know Malcolm X was a tad racist, well blacks can’t be racist but I read a comment on SF Gate that said Milk was a pedophile? If true, and I don’t know, perfect choice for cancel culture. Years ago all buffalo elememntary schools were numered, now they are named for local notaries.

  65. @Barnard

    Naming an elementary school after a homosexual activist like (((Milk))) was done as part of the process of normalizing both homosexuality and pedophilia. Naming a warship after him was done to ritually emasculate and humiliate the US military and by extension, all men.

    It’s all so very Jewish.

  66. AndrewR says:

    Why was there a confederate flag flying outside SF city hall in 1984

  67. @International Jew

    OJ went to Galileo (it moves), a school (prison) that’s otherwise known for the amount of violence that occurs behind its walls.

    [MORE]

    When the schools produce functional illiterates, year in/out, nobody cares. But when schools aren’t aptly named, or don’t offer sex ed, or handicapped wrestling, etc., district parents go completely bonkers.

    Public education is a political institution.

    Speaking of which, in Washington State, on this year’s ballot, voters will see Referendum 90.

    90 is a citizen’s initiative intended to nullify the legislature’s requirement that “comprehensive“ sex ed be taught to ^all^ of the state’s public school kids (yep, even kindergarteners).

    • Replies: @International Jew
  68. Dave says:
    @Mr McKenna

    The modern feminist welfare state removed natural selection from the equation of life and replaced it with female sexual selection, causing us to evolve into violent imbeciles obsessed with sex and bling.

    It’s the same phenomenon that created eyeless cave fish. When an organ becomes irrelevant to survival and reproduction, random mutations cause it to gradually atrophy and disappear. It’s much easier to grow a stupid brain than a smart one, so if nature does not somehow kill off or sterilize the stupid, they will take over the Earth.

    • Agree: HammerJack
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  69. @Altai

    There is no inviolability, no sacredness, it’s just a place.

    It’s just a business:

  70. @Achmed E. Newman

    Chicago has a Roosevelt University.

    Named for the WIFE of FDR, Eleanor Roosevelt.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    , @Mike Zwick
  71. @Almost Missouri

    Mandy Patinkin went to South Shore High School in Chicago as a Junior. He arrived there with three or so other Jewish students on the CTA #6 bus before 1970.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  72. Art Deco says:
    @The Alarmist

    Sherman Hemsley and the writers constructed a comic character you might not be able to put on television today. Also, the fictional George Jefferson made himself well-to-do by building a mundane service business from scratch. His backstory included little formal schooling and no white sponsors. The people who play these name games have no interest in a person like that – whether he be fictional or real.

  73. Art Deco says:
    @Buffalo Joe

    Milk was a pederast, not a pedophile. The smart money says next cause of the gay lobby will be a sub rosa effort to get prosecutors to quit bringing charges against homosexual men who seduce adolescents.

    That Harvey Milk and Malcolm Little are on public buildings tells you what these characters value. Neither man was consequential when he was alive. IIRC, Milk had had a passable business career and owned his own shop. He wasn’t known for that, though. He was known for making a public point of his sexual deviance. Little had gone from the criminal class to a prominent perch in a screwball religious sect to a position as a freelance motormouth. Thurgood Marshall’s curt dismissal: “All he did was talk”.

    • Replies: @Gianni in Guernsey
  74. Aardvark says:
    @AnotherDad

    Is it too much to assume that politicians and the elitists all fit in to one or more of these categories, so no more schools named after politicians period?

  75. Andy says:

    I was surprised a not small number of those cancelled names are Spanish. What’s going on? Isn’t the board largely Latino? Why they are also cancelling Spanish names? Is this a Mestizo vs Castillian thing?

  76. Neuday says:
    @Anon

    Modern society is based on lies because we value sentimentalism beyond anything else. We go to war, spend money, and render education, sexuality, the peoples of other nations (races), the nature of men and especially women, religion, journalism, the military, and much else, all through the lens of emotion.

    That the dominance of sentimentalism grew as right alongside feminism and both became insane and destructive simultaneously is not coincidental. Some would say that the emotional nature of women was manipulated by certain people intent on weakening Western Civilization but all evidence seems merely circumstantial, though overwhelmingly so.

  77. Neuday says:
    @syonredux

    Perhaps the SF School grandees can have each school renamed for some White man who did something stupid. During school assemblies they can retell the story of his disaster and openly mock the foolish White man. Maybe machete an effigy.

  78. epebble says:
    @Neoconned

    Postmates has been hacked before. Seems easy to do. Google Postmates Hacked

    Asking to type password at someone’s request is guarantee that it is a fraud. Legitimate businesses use a temporary code for authentication.

    • Replies: @Neoconned
  79. white supremacists

    Supremacists of other colors exempt. Genghis Khan Elementary, anyone? Tojo High? Chaka Zulu Free Academy?

  80. @Altai

    They have no idea what they’re doing by cancelling Washington. Once gone, America has no ability to connect to its own past, not by blood, not through the founders. There is no inviolability, no sacredness, it’s just a place.

    Agree.

    But it won’t turn out the way they think. Once America is gone, the only place left to go is back to blood. And their whole deal has been exploiting the lack of ethnocentrism and explicit interests of whites.

    Agree.

    Ann Coulter made your point in one of her books. I think it was “Adios America: The Left’s Plan to turn America into a Third World Hellhole.” The feminist and LGBT left supports open borders to bring in Roman Catholic Mexicans who will support outlawing abortion and Muslims who will support outlawing homosexuality.

    You are correct that it won’t turn out the way they “think” (maybe “feel” is more apt). One would almost think that the left’s project was to destroy Western Civilization with no particular plan for its replacement.

    The good news is that when America collapses into tyranny, the woke leftists will be the first ones shot.

    • Replies: @Ray P
  81. Don’t they have anything named for George Moscone? Because he was the good guy, real good guy, he was actually going to tax corporations, fer chrissake, and the real object of the assassination. I like how even his name was suppressed in favor of the accidental bystander. Interesting.

    • Replies: @res
    , @Alden
  82. anon[397] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    I wonder if the Patinkin manse has one of those rainbow-colorful “Hate Has No Home Here” signs displayed in front?

    Sure hope so. It would be totally appropriate.

    And why aren’t they masked up in that vid? Huh? Why not?

    • Replies: @Lace
  83. @RichardTaylor

    They need is some Big Black Men to be athletes in their schools.

    Or their plantations.

    A certain type of White guy really loves that.

    The raping of enslaved men was very common in the southern U.S. and Cuba where it was a huge part of the slave system by the Spanish. Many enslaved men were raped on ships and at secret sex farms and season plantations for homosexual slave owners which were very popular in the Carribean.

    https://face2faceafrica.com/article/5-horrifying-ways-enslaved-african-men-were-sexually-exploited-and-abused-by-their-white-masters/2

    The historian E. Franklin Frazier, in his book The Negro Family, stated that “there were masters who, without any regard for the preferences of their slaves, mated their human chattel as they did their stock.” Ex-slave Maggie Stenhouse remarked, “Durin’ slavery there were stockmen. They was weighed and tested. A man would rent the stockman and put him in a room with some young women he wanted to raise children from.”

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breeding_of_enslaved_people_in_the_United_States#Slave_accounts

  84. Ray P says:
    @Wade Hampton

    I thought the left’s mantra was ‘rape me first; kill me last’?

    What of Ann Coulter’s plan (successfully executed) to let the Third World into her hellhole?

  85. @tyrone

    Lick founded what’s now SF’s leading private high school (Lick-Wilmerding).

    • Replies: @Alden
  86. syonredux says:
    @Anon

    The negroes are easy-going and merry, making a great deal of noise and doing little work. One energetic white man, working with a will, would easily pick as much cotton as half a dozen Sambos and Sallies. The forest here is almost entirely made up of dim-green, knotty, sparsely planted pines. The soil is mostly white, fine-grained sand.

    Muir, A Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf

    https://vault.sierraclub.org/john_muir_exhibit/writings/a_thousand_mile_walk_to_the_gulf/chapter_3.aspx

  87. ziggurat says:
    @Mr McKenna

    [Question] Is Stupidity Expanding? Some Hypotheses.

    To be explained: It feels to me that in recent years, people have gotten stupider, or that stupid has gotten bigger, or that the parts of people that were always stupid have gotten louder, or something like that.

    As technology has advanced, our info has gone from having these qualities (curated, not free, not easily available) to these qualities (unfiltered, free, ubiquitous). Also, companies have learned what gets the clicks and eyeballs, which is anything that is enraging and frightening. When we are angry and fearful, we are at our most irrational.

    Also, our info is much more visual (e.g., George Floyd), with every citizen having a video camera that could take videos and be immediately seen around the world, by millions, on demand, over and over again. Visual info is extremely powerful at distorting perspectives, especially when used in a way to maximize rage and fear.

    It’s the same way with our food supply. As technology improved, companies made use of the new technologies in a way that lowered the nutritional quality of our food. This led to obesity.

    What maximizes profit, is not necessarily what is in the public good. Technology empowers people, companies, and agencies to do more kinds of things, but it doesn’t necessarily help people to make better choices about how to use new technologies.

    Thus, we need concomitant advances in statesmanship and education, as technology advances. Yet, it is challenging to improve statesmanship and education, when the information environment is so toxic. It’s like we are passengers in a car, where the driver’s seat is occupied by technology and market forces. We have to somehow get control of the steering wheel.

    Our political leaders need to do more to stop the censorship and bias of the big Tech gatekeepers. Also, the public needs to learn more and help each other to be better consumers of information.

    Also, something needs to be done to discourage the click-bait, such as discouraging ads. E.g., ads should be banned on cable TV or any other media when you’re spending money to buy a subscription. Perhaps, this would lead to more focus on longer story-telling for subscribers, rather than hyperbolic headlines for the clicks/ratings.

  88. @Skyler the Weird

    Nah, Skyler, they meant it. The Sierra Club itself, which John Muir is a co-founder of, has cancelled the man. Peak Stupidity was so pissed about this, that we can’t even put the titles to our 2 posts about this on a family board like this. See Part 1 and Part 2.

  89. @Buffalo Joe

    Years ago all buffalo elememntary schools were numered, now they are named for local notaries.

    Joe, I got a friend whose brother is a notary public. It just cost 15 bucks plus the embossing stamp. I didn’t know they are thought of so highly.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    , @Adam Smith
  90. Hibernian says:
    @Joe Stalin

    I think it’s named for both of them, him first soon after he died, which serendipitously happened to be soon after the school’s founding, or its transformation from the previous YMCA College, however you look at it. She was added after she died. You didn’t name things after living people back then, even a radical left wing school.

  91. @Anon

    Modern society has to based on modern intellectualism and truth. Modern society cannot function in a society built on lies.

    Post-modern subjectivism (“I feel harassed!” – “I identify as a 200-pound bald gender-expansive woman.” – “Micro-aggression. Structural racism. White men looking down on me from their gallery of achievers make me perform worse.”)

    Also: Marxist structuralism + identity politics. Total disregard for actor & agency, for individual traits, talents, virtues, vices etc. The world is divided into oppressed and oppressing groups, first you make sure you’re one of the good guys (i.e. the oppressed), then you start to explain every social phenomenon (inner-city decay, failing schools, crime rates) as a function of oppression – and then you find someone who can plausibly be blamed as the oppressor. Until the 1960’s, in a class-based paradigm, that was the global bourgeoisie, today – in an anti-racist framework – it’s basically the white straight male who is not Antifa. Which seems racist, if you’re not woke.

  92. Hibernian says:
    @Joe Stalin

    That was at a time of racial change in that neighborhood. My aunt, a nun, taught a St. Thomas Aquinas School in the same area around that time. The neighborhood was Irish Catholic/Jewish/WASP before it became a Black neighborhood.

  93. Lace says:
    @anon

    They probably do. 4-5 years ago he was on Charlie Rose and was the most embarassingly, cornily maudlin thing I’d seen any well-known man be. I didn’t know he was becoming so effeminate, but then I hadn’t kept up with him since Yentl in 1985 or so, and he was awful in that. I’d also seen him around the same time in Sunday in the Park with George. That I found sickening and it was lauded. I thought both he and Bernadette Peters were repulsive. I’d forgotten about him since the Charlie Rose appearance–he acted like a grandmother talking to Rose. All that so-called ‘Jewish warmth’.

    • Replies: @Neoconned
  94. Neoconned says:
    @epebble

    Thanks. Its a crummy app to work for.

  95. @Kronos

    There’s a bad joke about that somewhere.

  96. Neoconned says:
    @Lace

    Weird you’d mention Mandy. My daughter watches his film “Elmo the Musical” quite often. I’ve read hes quite hard to work with due to personality reasons.

    Anyway i saw him almost 20 years ago late night on Fox News back when Cal Thomas had a late night show on the Network. Mandy was really smug & smarmy and played the piano & talked about being thankful for his son and family. This was back when he was starring on a show called “Dead Like Me.”

    This was 2002ish. I have no idea why i remember that episode but i do……

  97. Sheridan Elementary – Civil War Union general?

    They got that one right. Genocide in the Shenandoah, albeit against white Southerners. I think he also killed Indians.

  98. res says:
    @Anon

    About three months ago the Sierra Club cancelled Muir in an announcement,

    I think it is past time for the Sierra Club membership[ to cancel the Sierra Club leadership.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Anon
  99. res says:
    @obwandiyag

    Don’t they have anything named for George Moscone?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moscone_Center

  100. @Reg Cæsar

    LOL – you Sports-Cucks have a fevered imagination.

    Now which is hottest for you anti-Whites:

    Gooning over Black Sports stats? Or the destruction of White societies trying to protect themselves (Germany, South Africa, etc.). I’m guessing the later is the real payoff.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  101. @Abolish_public_education

    I stand corrected on OJ, thanks. I guess they can rename Galileo then. I’m sure they can find something racist about the old man, if they really try.

    Good luck with Prop 90 (assuming you’re up in Washington). Public school teaching is a terrific career for pedophiles; they can talk to other people’s kids about sex, without risk of arrest.

  102. Ragno says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    The ‘thank-you’ tab was ghosted. But – thank you.

    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
  103. Alden says:
    @International Jew

    I think he went to Galileo in Chinatown.

    Sergeant Jose Ortega did discover San Francisco Bay. He, Father Crespi and Captain Gaspar de Portola walked along the Indian trail now Skyline Blvd from Monterey. They made camped in Pacifica. Fogtown. Next sunny morning Sergeant Ortega walked to the top of the mountain, looked north east and there it was, San Francisco, San Pablo and Richardson Bay in all its glory. Crespi Drive in Pacifica is named for Fr Crespi and is at the base of the Mountain Ortega climbed. There’s no real Ortega trial, but you can climb that mountain and at the top is the same north east view Sergeant Ortega saw in 1769.

    Northern San Mateo County is full of historical little sites, Portola’s base camp is under the freeway by one of the big shopping centers.

    Mission Dolores, formerly Mission San Francisco is one of the most earthquake buildings in America. Designed by a priest to be earthquake, built and decorated by Indians.

    There’s historical sights all over, like in the Presidio where Kit Carson and the revolutionaries landed the boats they towed over from Sausalito, the ravine they hid in overnight and where they attacked and overpowered the Mexican Garrison

    Also in the Presidio, the civil war barracks built because Lincoln wanted to deter any British French Russian whatever countries from conquering San Francisco Maybe California while the US army was busy back east.

    It wasn’t Mexican civilian settlers or the Spanish army and navy or any Spanish or Mexican equivalent of the Dutch and English East India Companies who settled California.
    It was Junipero Serra and his monks.

    They started California’s first industry, agriculture. The gold is mostly extracted, the oil still pumping but there’s not much left. Silicon Valley and the entertainment industry will go the way of the aircraft industry.

    Whatever the condition of California 200, 300, 500 years from now, we’ll have Father Serra and his Franciscan monks agriculture industry and the roads they built.

    The anti Franciscans anti Father Serra anti Hispanic founding fathers first settlers of California shows what fraudulent sissy boys all the Hispanic activists and politicians are. They are just impotent robots of White hating liberals.

    If they were really Hispanic activists, they’d be working for even more recognition of the Spanish Mexican heritage, especially the Missions founding our most important industry agriculture.

    As for making the Indians slave labor in the Missions. No one enslaved the Indians or forced or encouraged them to move into the Missions. They came for the better and more stable and abundant food, better and more comfortable shelter. And primitive people enjoy the stories and ceremonies of Christianity. There’s a nice kind God up in the sky taking care of you. Plus a stable abundant food supply including grapes oranges plums apricots sweet and delicious.

    Much better than mashed up acorns. Plus a pigpen just walk over use the sledge hammer the Padres gave you and have a delicious meal instead of hunting for scarce game .

    That’s why the Indians flocked to the Missions

    Same reason the populations of Cesspool a Stan and Oooga booga land flock to the USA now, better food and shelter.

    • Thanks: Cortes
  104. Alden says:
    @Abolish_public_education

    A grandson is a junior there. I think James Lick did some more important things than just founding the school. It’s definitely not the leading private high school in SF Last I looked there were more private than public high schools in SF Although Mercy closed last year.

  105. Alden says:
    @obwandiyag

    On the Board of County Supervisors and in the state legislature Moscone had 30 years to tax the corporations He didn’t.

    The huge convention center is named after him because he proposed building it and finagled the money for it. Husband’s company helped build it. We still have a contract with it and do the shows. It’s built in landfill There’s several layers of basements. The bottom 2 are filled with water when the tides in. Continual pumping keeps them empty of water part of the day.

    • Replies: @Ray P
    , @obwandiyag
  106. @RichardTaylor

    Gooning over Black Sports stats?

    Asian baseball has few black sports stars. Talk to those people in Tuscaloosa, Fayetteville, and Columbia today.

    … a fevered imagination.

    You and Corvinus have fevered imaginations if you think colored folk were on plantations to work. That’s not what nature equipped them for. No matter what Vice President Stephens claimed.

    • Replies: @Neoconned
    , @obwandiyag
  107. @Dave

    The modern feminist welfare state

    Men built the welfare state at a time when women preferred the Tories and the GOP. At least get the direction of blame right.

    That it put them out of business, both figuratively and literally, is another case of be careful what you ask for.

    The Labour Party, Women, and the Problem of Gender, 1951-1966

  108. Rahan says:
    @Altai

    They have no idea what they’re doing by cancelling Washington. Once gone, America has no ability to connect to it’s own past, not by blood, not through the founders. There is no inviolability, no sacredness, it’s just a place.

    Of course they know what they’re doing. They’re just approaching the end game of the five decades of “deconstructing” every inherited social structure. The individual too must no longer be sacred, but just a node in the web of power and finance.

    They’re dismantling everything while claiming they’re doing it in the name of freedom and justice and pleasure. Then they instead impose their own “social corsets” on society and man.

    There was a glimmer of actual freedom in the transitional period between the old rigid system and the new rigid system, and it lasted as a core era from 1995 to 2005, and more broadly defined–from 1980 to 2010. But it’s over. The imposition of the new rigid structures is almost complete, and this time without democratic checks and balances like in the older system.

    All that’s left is to dismantle the last remaining anchors and guardrails, and to demoralize the last remaining white men (check out sissy hypno porn, a magnificent devise to catch teens or midlife crisis adults at fragile points in their lives and break them), while replacing the demographic as a whole.

    SOME CONTEXT: Back in the day after Lenin the commies split into the Trotsky camp and the Stalin camp. The Trotsky camp viewed Soviet Russia as subhuman material to be used up in order to start the revolution where it “really matters”–in the West. Stalin to the contrary wanted to not use up Soviet Russia as cheap material for grandomanic world plans, but instead to make it into a stable empire in its own.

    The Trotsky branch were for “deconstructing” everything, legalizing pederasty, free love, abortion on demand, etc. The Stalin branch were social conservatives, committed to creating a blue collar and peasant mobilization communism that can survive an external attack by the West (which happened in 1941, and then almost happened again after WWII, but a nuke shield was erected just in time).

    The internal struggle was bloody and cruel but Stalin won, pushing the surviving Trotskyists out into the external world.

    The Trotskyists embedded themselves in the West. Even the US neocons are initially Jewish Trotskyists who pretended to change orientation in order to infiltrate the corporate conservative wing. Which they did with great success. GloboHomo today is made up of a Trotskyist right wing + a Trotskyist left wing+ a “managerial centrist class”. Different shades, same goals.

    One might hypothesize that today there is also tension between the “Western leftwing Trotskyists” who are perfectly content to destroy the USA, and the whole West right now if that’s what it takes “to save the world”, whereas the rightwing Trotskyists want to instead keep the USA and the West strong enough to project force onto the rest of the world and export their agenda through brute force.

    So that’s it. Instead of a communist revolution which takes place in one generation, with massacres and famine, it was a communist revolution which took place over 50-70 years, slowly and gradually, and is now reaching culmination. Instead of instantly tearing everything down and renaming it, they did it slowly, over generations. Instead of sending the “wrong demographic” into the Gulag after shooting the leaders, they slowly replaced it and demoralized it.

    Instead of honestly and visibly declaring “we’re destroying the old order and the old man in order to replace them with new order X and new man Y” they instead maintained consistent information warfare along the lines of “what destruction? What replacement? There’s no replacement, you insane fascist! Help, insane fascist! Get the insane fascist!”

    Hence them grabbing at COVID-19 with both hands as a perfect excuse to accelerate the pace.

    Today we’ve got a “Trotskyist West” and a “Stalinist East”. The possible spanner in the works is the last populist spasms of old timey Western democracy will either succeed, or…

    Anyway, here’s a memes that has been known to crack people up and help them not go insane
    source one https://anonfiles.com/h5Zcj5O4oa/Self-deprogramming_from_GloboHomo_brainwashing_SAMIZDAT_pdf

    source two https://anonymousfiles.io/0UStRl0w/

  109. Anon[280] • Disclaimer says:
    @res

    It wasn’t that long ago that the Audibon society leadership seriously considered converting the entire organization and its bank account to fighting climate change on the theory that fighting for bird sanctuaries and removing obstacles from migration routes, etc., is meaningless if THE WORLD ENDS AND EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING DIES!!!!!

    The membership managed to nix this idea … for now.

  110. @Neoconned

    What epebble said. The tipoff was asking for your password. But the real loss wasn’t your $70, it was your password. Most people reuse passwords, so now that they know a password you use, they can go through all popular online apps, accounts, etc. trying your username and password. Time to change your passwords.

    If you haven’t already, you might tell Postmates about it. Not that they did enough about it last time.

    BTW, did the guy who called you have a noticeable accent?

    • Replies: @Neoconned
  111. @Reg Cæsar

    Wait, so now homosexuals are badguys again?

  112. Neoconned says:
    @Almost Missouri

    Sort of. I could tell a slight Hindu accent….but he was very Americanized.

    This says much about Postmates security though…..this dude had access to their GPS and worker identity data…..they have shoddy ass security….

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
  113. Neoconned says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Exactly…..the slave traders sold dumb s**t slave owners a flimflam bill of goods whem they claimed most slaves were worth their alleged price….there is mich to be said about it being free men and capital system vs the neo feudal lords in the old south….

    • Replies: @RichardTaylor
  114. @Alden

    Thanks for the interesting history lesson. I’ve lived in the area most of my life but I didn’t know the half of it.

    For my people, California history starts with Levi Strauss making a fortune in gold mining, by selling stuff to the miners.

    There’s a nice kind God up in the sky taking care of you. Plus a stable abundant food supply including grapes oranges plums apricots sweet and delicious.

    Much better than mashed up acorns. Plus a pigpen just walk over use the sledge hammer the Padres gave you and have a delicious meal instead of hunting for scarce game.

    It was starting to sound good but you lost me at “pigs”.

  115. Cortes says:
    @Templar

    The Lick Old Ladies Home name should’ve been declared a national treasure.

  116. @Neoconned

    I could tell a slight Hindu accent…

    Yet another situation where a little more racism could have prevented a needless victimization.

    This says much about Postmates security though…..this dude had access to their GPS and worker identity data…..they have shoddy ass security….

    Yeah, a lot of companies and government departments have surprisingly bad security (and surprisingly bad digital infrastructure in general). This is something Edward Snowden noticed on his vertiginous rise through CIA/NSA tech ranks.

    Like electricity itself, digital infrastructure and security are essentially invisible, so until something actually goes wrong, most people—even the people responsible for it—are oblivious.

    Anyway, as mentioned, you might clue Postmates in about their leak. As I say, they probably don’t even know anything is wrong unless someone tells them they are leaking data.

  117. @Neoconned

    You do realize Reg is anti-White and unconcerned about the genocide of White people, right? He always pulls up issues from 400 years ago to justify stabbing Whites in the back today.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Neoconned
  118. @Art Deco

    It is what Ruth Bader Ginsberg would have wanted.

  119. @Alden

    I was wondering what might be so offensive about Mission High School. At any rate, just change it to Mission Impossible High School

  120. @RichardTaylor

    I’ve said nothing against whites (or “Whites” or “WHITES” or “WHITES!!” or whatever), other than no other race is benighted enough to believe in “marriage equality”. They may slowly be abandoning Israel to another group of a couple hundred million who also whine about genocide, but don’t worry– Dixie will always be loyal, even after the Trumps have gone. No Omars or Tlaibs for Bubba

    I have said harsh things about the antebellum blacks, but that’s part of the realization– I am a realist– that no mixed-race society has ever worked, or ever can. Otherwise, you’d have countered my charges against those blacks. And you haven’t.

    Come on, even the Indian tribes could read. You’d have to be pretty retarded not to.

  121. @Joe Stalin

    Joe McCarthy called Roosevelt “The Little Red School house”

  122. Neoconned says:
    @RichardTaylor

    I don’t know much about individual users. I come from the DEEP ASS SOUTH and i can see the ass backwards effects the slave system had on this region. Was more commenting on that.

  123. @Achmed E. Newman

    The notary is very important, much like the king’s scribe.

    Years ago I photoshopped my own “TSA approved” ID for flying. I had it notarized. I used it for years until it got a little too tattered around the edges and ultimately “expired”. I boarded dozens of airplanes at airports large and small with it. I even opened a bank account with it.

    Do not underestimate that embossing stamp. People think of it as magic.

  124. JimB says:

    Since San Francisco’s schools are a public embarrassment, it’s best to name them after idiots. Or bodily excretions.

  125. @Alden

    You’re just one of these out-and-out liars on here.

    Although the Center is named after the murdered mayor, Moscone initially opposed the development of the area when he served on the SF Board of Supervisors in the 1960s because he felt it would displace elderly and poor residents of the area. As mayor, Moscone convened a special committee of proponents and opponents of a convention center. Hearings were held throughout SF seeking citizen input. A compromise was reached which was supported by Moscone. He put the matter on the ballot in November 1976 and it passed overwhelmingly.

    And Moscone was only on the board from 1963-1966. A long time before he became Mayor. Not to mention there were 10 other board members around to outvote him should he pull something like taxing the corporations.

    When White changed his vote to No on a key business tax (NOTE: You lie. Moscone was trying to tax the corporations.) proposed by Moscone, he was welcomed to the world of big business fund-raisers, and Pier 39 developer Warren Simmons made it possible for White to become a capitalist by getting him his hot potato stand.

    Of course Moscone Center’s a shithole. But the voters of the city wanted it. And the poor of South of Market had no clout.

  126. @Reg Cæsar

    Blacks had partial immunity to malaria. Otherwise Indians would have been the slaves. And don’t tell me they just wasted away when enslaved. They could and would and did work just as hard as other slaves. But disease killed them like flies.

    Disease has so much to do with so many things that you people think have other causes and effects.

  127. @Adam Smith

    I have 2 notary stories, Adam, one that might as well be one of my blog posts sometime.

    The other happened at a time I was in some sort of complicated bureaucratic stuff involving my driver’s license. I can’t even remember what the letter I had to get notarized was to say, but it was going to be a buttload of crap to get through this bureaucratic hurdle. I knew the bank teller who had the notary embossing stamp well, and I asked her, regarding this blank piece of paper, “hey, you don’t need to see what I’m gonna write, do you, because I’m making all this up?” “No, after you sign it, this just proves that it’s your signature here.” “Excellent!”

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  128. @Adam Smith

    Oh, I meant to reply to the story in your comment too. That was awesome, your job with the ID. I’m glad you got away with it.

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  129. @Alden

    Lake Tahoe was discovered by Ben Cartwright.

  130. @Achmed E. Newman

    Good morning Mr. Newman…

    There was nothing to “get away with”… Though it’s a little unorthodox…
    It is not a “crime” to make your own identification papers…
    (They do have to be honest)… It was a simple affidavit…

    [MORE]

    I guess this would have been 2005 or so…
    I was thinking of taking a trip by aeroplane, but I have a distaste for “government” ID, and as you know “government” in general… I let my old “government” ID (drivers license) expire, and one night in disgust of their warmongering, I burned it.

    So… As I had no “government” ID (and was not going to get a new one) but wanted to board their plane I called TSA here in Atlanta. I asked them what I could do. (I was not really worried about Atlanta, but some cities are less laid back and I really didn’t want to get stuck somewhere, unable to fly home.) I suggested that I could make my own ID. The TSA gentleman told me that a home made ID was fine as long as it had a few elements on it. Name, date of birth, address, photo, and notarized. I included a unique serial number that I made up. I put it on blue paper which looked nice. I even put a Georgia peach logo of sorts on it. Across the top it said “Affidavit of Identity”. On the back was something to the effect of “Everything on this document is true and correct”, and my autograph. For good luck I found a friend who signed it as a witness to attest to the documents truthfulness. And then I had it notarized and laminated it…

    I used it for years… Some people loved it as it was different. Some asked where they could get one.

    Then, one day I walked up to TSA security in Atlanta to go to Austin when they informed me that my ID was no longer acceptable. Evidently TSA changed the rules regarding acceptable ID. I asked the nice TSA lady, (I know it sounds weird, but in Atlanta they are nice) “What if I don’t have an ID?” She said, follow me… She took me to see a different lady who asked me a few quick questions to verify who I am, and then said, “Have a nice trip”.

    So now I just tell them I have no ID. They ask a few questions and I’m on my way. Or you can bring a few pieces of mail with your address and a couple credit or debit cards… Just tell them you forgot your ID or something. People lose their wallet all the time. Security theater is just a show.

  131. @Achmed E. Newman

    It’s amazing how much bureaucratic power a notary has, yet most do not realize it.

    Your proclamation is only “official” once the king’s scribe puts her stamp on it.

  132. bro3886 says:

    Inevitable result of turning your country over to foriegn invaders. You’ve allowed invasion and occupation and now you’ll suffer the cultural and physical genocide that traditionally goes along with it. All that support for mass immigration from the Republican establishment claiming that it was good for the nation because the colonists were good economic units has turned out to be bullshit, hasn’t it?

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