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MOST SNOBBISH CITIES
New report out – take it for what it is but probably at least some truth in it:
Top 5 SNOBBIEST CITIES:
1) San Francisco
Can’t argue with these except I would have expected to see a Beverly Hills or Los Angeles
being up there, too.
Not to get too political here, but note that these are all liberal cities
where people can often be intransigent in their views, where political correctness
reigns despite that liberals profess to be open-minded and transparent.
It goes along with seeing, in our opinion, for example, the San Francisco Giants baseball team continue
to get away with things that teams in other cities couldn’t, including their ‘manipulation’ to win at all costs -including pushing out their former CEO and several others including former announcer Hank Greenwald, trainer Stan Conte (who left after tiring of Bonds getting away with his own agenda over the teams’ and even the beloved Brian Wilson’s departure, to ‘sell out’
every game for the past two three years (even if they’re not truly sellouts), not to mention have the team appears players off and on ‘the juice’ as they have been doing now over 20 years, in our researched
opinion, published elsewhere. They may have , purportedly among the top announcers,
but, ‘homers’ constantly questioning umpire calls that go against the Giants as well
making fun of other teams ‘inferior play,’meanwhile always looking the other way
over the years of known and un-published player use of performance enhancing drugs
(the Giants are, by far, the ‘Steroid Kings’ having had over 23 INDICTED players since Bonds
and continue to acquire previously KNOWN PED users (such as Michael Morse just this year)
despite the team owner’s half-hearted pledge to stay away from such due to the team’s known
reputation. If it were New York, Boston or other cities, we wouldn’t see this
yet, with a liberal, ‘accepting’ local media nobody questions the repeated ‘September
Surges’ we have outlined elsewhere . We could go on but this is just one example of
San Francisco’s ‘snob’ bias, or whatever you want to call it…