MUNI STATION ATTENDANT GIVES THUMBS UP TO DEATH BY BRANDING!

Right after work, a garden slug was smoking an eCigarette while waiting on the Outbound platform @ Market/Castro Streets. I complained to the Station Attendant. Is taking stupid pills part of the job requirement of being a MUNI Station attendant? I was told “There is nothing I can do about it.”

In San Francisco, you have to get 896 permits if you want to paint your back porch red. You have to bribe people to get past the zillions of kilometres of ‘red tape’ just to do the simplest of things for your personal property. You pay 10 cents for a bag at any store, even Burger King.

Are you really going to ask me to believe that it is perfectly okay for slime bags and garden slugs to smoke their goddamned eCigarettes & blow their goddamned smoke in my face on a MUNI platform? Do I have to get cancer from their smoke? Does it take an Act of Congress to get something as obvious as this is to be addressed on an appropriate Public Health level?

Do I have to find an attorney to sue MUNI for permitting this? Or, was this station attendant too afraid of being written up for insubordination (the favourite word of inept managers) to enforce (by-now) well-established social norms?

If it is legal to smoke eCigarettes any place you want to smoke them, then why not just revoke all the laws about smoking and bring it all back to the way it was in 1980, when you could not even go to see a film without gasping through the clouds of smoke? Worse than the fools who buy this stuff & use their lungs as chimneys are the goddamned companies that manufacture this dung. Would you willingly eat poison? Looks like the answer to this dumb question is “Yes” –if it is properly branded, and you get beautiful celebrity endorsements, the lemmings will follow.

These crazed contraptions will prove every bit as dangerous as the ones that are still grown on plantations & still marketed to the people among us who can least afford them.

The banning of smoking in public places includes trash, as well as cigarettes.

It’s the law. MUNI Station attendants need to understand this. A request for enforcement should not be considered something that is to be dismissed or a cause for an argument. Our health is at stake.

Per MUNI Station Attendant, it is just wonderful for you to be subjected to eCigarette smoke from your nearest thug/garden slug on the MUNI platform.  "Nothing can be done."

Per MUNI Station Attendant, it is just wonderful for you to be subjected to eCigarette smoke from your nearest thug/garden slug on the MUNI platform. “Nothing can be done.”

Will this help MUNI Station Attendants better understand the Public Health Issue of smoking while waiting on station platforms is wrong?
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AND HERE IS THE SLAP IN YOUR FACE: LET BLU eCIGS TAKE BACK OUR FREEDOM!
The hookers on Post Street have more integrity than this one…enjoy your freedom!

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LET’S GATHER TOGETHER FOR ADDICTION–IT’S COOL, MENTHOL, & BRANDED!

LET’S BRAND TOGETHER & SEE WHO CAN DIE THE SLOWEST POSSIBLE DEATH!!!!
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NOIR About Post World War II Germany-Film Noir Festival 2014

Post World War II Germany was the background for double feature, represented by THE MURDERERS ARE AMONG US & BERLIN EXPRESS.

The Murderers Are Among Us deals with the attempt of people in the war shattered environment of Germany to move on & resume their lives. But they cannot do this without confronting their recent past. This creates conflicts, huge conflicts, about personal responsibility, collective guilt, and the horrors that a once-dominant culture imposed upon those minority populations who were locked within its boundaries. The murder of millions of civilians under the command of NAZI government cannot be overlooked. This film made in 1946, the first Post World War II German film production, focuses upon these profound issues. Hildegard Knef plays a displaced Jewish woman who successfully stops further injustice on the part of her friend who wants to avenge war crimes by taking matters into his own hands, and ending the life of the Captain who caused murders that were not related directly to the War. In the end, it is Susanne Walkner (played by Hildegard Knef) who has the inner strength to say “We cannot pass sentence.” This simple statement represents the restoration of authentic law & human rights to all Germans, and begins the healing process in the middle of the rubble, that was once Berlin. Now, a true rebirth is possible, claiming justice under law & freedom from the oppression that structured personal & collective ruin.

YOU TUBE ANALYSIS OF Die Mörder sind unter uns-1946

BERLIN EXPRESS–1948–was an American production, shot-on-location, in the ruins of Berlin & Frankfurt-am Main. It’s focus was the impending conflict over how the Allied victors of World War II, French, English, American, and Soviet (now Russian), were going to deal with administering to the division or reunification of what was left of Germany. These issues loom in the background while the most of the action and specifics related to the film’s story line take place on the passenger train (which gives the film its title). For a tiny amount of time, there seemed some hope that the “COLD WAR” could be avoided & that hope is touched upon in this film. Alas–such was not to be…but the film does illustrate that this huge wasted chapter of political, military, social, and economic history that came to be known as the “COLD WAR” could have been avoided, had the various Allied governments been more open to a higher level of thinking.

YOU TUBE OF BERLIN EXPRESS 1948/Frankfurt-am-Main

Here it is: Trickle-Down Economics

Ronald Reagan was a great believer in this method of distributing wealth. What it means, if I am on a Desert Island with one other person, and I grab the one & only glass of milk, that other person can have what trickles down from my mouth.

If we share the glass of milk, we may have the strength & inspiration to share ideas & ways to get off that Desert Island, and maybe even live to tell the story. We replaces ‘other’ & we can operate for the Commonweal, rather than one individual taking all & inflicting harm in the process.

To me, that’s the essence of Trickle-Down Economics. It’s not good for us in the long-term. A street artist has caught some of the milk we should all be able to share.

What should be seen at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, but Nancy would not let such stuff in--it does not fit in with her concept of Freedom of Speech.  Odd, considering the value his Administration gave to this issue...

This should be seen as one of the exhibits at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, but Nancy would not let such stuff in–it does not fit in with her concept of Freedom of Speech. Odd, considering the value his Administration gave to this issue…

THE FIRST CASUALTY OF WAR IS TRUTH

This photograph was taken in the Tenderloin, San Francisco, today, 2 March 2013. I can honestly say I had nothing better to do with my time. It does not get any more real than this.

It was an important experience to find this wisdom calling out to be shared in the to all the world from San Francisco's Tenderloin District.  I am humbled to have been able to record this.

It was an important experience to find this wisdom calling out to be shared in the to all the world from San Francisco’s Tenderloin District. I am humbled to have been able to record this.