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And he Oscar for Sh*thole Cities Goes to…. Los Angeles!

Paul Joseph Watson actually takes it down a notch or two to discuss the Endtimes nature of LA on its way to the great septic tank of history:

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  • ghostsniper August 19, 2019, 12:04 PM

    I did a half year in LA back in 80, lived in Redondo, the Strand. Cool place for single folx. Always something to do. Prolly won’t go back. Don’t want to wring anybody’s neck.

  • DrTedNelson August 19, 2019, 12:50 PM

    LA — so bad Paul can smell it from Blighty!

  • BillH August 19, 2019, 1:47 PM

    Nice little town when we lived there ’70-73. We put up in a Hollywood apartment just off Sunset for three months while our SF Valley house was being completed. Older three kids (12-15) roamed Sunset with their friends after school. Fancy them doing that today.

  • Walter Sobchak August 19, 2019, 9:08 PM

    “California’s Biggest Cities Confront a ‘Defecation Crisis’: Lawmakers ban plastic straws as a far worse kind of waste covers the streets of San Francisco and L.A.” by Charles Kesler on Aug. 16, 2019

    “What Will California Ban Next?: Snatching away plastic bottles is the latest blunder in a state thick with invasive laws.” by Andy Kessler on Aug. 18, 2019

    First they came for our plastic grocery bags. Then they came for our plastic straws. Now they’ve come for our plastic water bottles … Starting Tuesday, the sale of plastic water bottles will be banned at San Francisco International Airport … California has many dumb laws and statutes and bans, but this one is especially brainless—spurred by futile self-righteousness.

    … Karl Malden’s famed Streets of San Francisco are filled with needles and human feces, which the city spends $30 million a year to clean up—ineffectively. But heaven forbid you want to buy cold water in a disposable bottle at the airport.

  • jwm August 19, 2019, 9:32 PM

    I don’t know if this goes on elsewhere, but locally I see every intersection everywhere in the Southland is under construction. They are moving the traffic signals and street lights about ten feet in one direction or the other. They do this because the wheelchair access ramps that were built, and then re-built and re-fitted with braille pads, and then refitted with talking crossing signals,are still not ADA compliant enough. They are rebuilding every intersection like this so that there can now be two ramps with yellow braille pads, and speakers in the crossing signal, where formerly one was sufficient. That’s eight ramps to build; four, and sometimes more traffic signals to relocate per intersection. How much do you figure it costs to move a few tens of thousands of traffic signals?
    In the meantime there are potholes in the intersection that would take the front wheel off a Cadillac.
    And this isn’t even LA, proper…


  • Skorpion August 20, 2019, 1:26 PM

    Spot on. I escaped L.A. in ’93, in the wake of the riots, and dread my occasional returns to visit the family and friends who still insist on living there. Of course my adoptive home — the SF Bay Area — is catching up to Hell Lay in terms of general unlivability; I think any American city with a base population of 100k or more will soon follow suit.

  • GenX Crit August 20, 2019, 3:07 PM

    Proposal: All Yanks pronounce LA as the Brits do, with the LEES as in the waste/scum it is.