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Ignore her own carbon footprint: Diane Von Furstenberg unveils “ScrapWrap” dresses made of trash to save the environment

Birds of a feather…

From NY Post: Diane von Furstenberg is now designing rubbish — for a good cause.

The iconic fashion designer, who is famous for her universally flattering wrap dresses, debuted the “ScrapWrap” made from textile leftovers and other post-consumer waste materials at New York Fashion Week.

The eco-fab project wasn’t a one (wonder) woman job: DVF teamed up with 28-year-old Amanda Cerny, a former GUESS model, actress, Instagram sensation and UN environment ambassador, for the project to raise awareness about the environmental impact of the fashion industry.

“I met Amanda when she was coming to New York for Fashion Week and fell in love with her and her story,” von Furstenberg tells The Post.

The ScrapWrap debuted on Wednesday night at New York Fashion Week, causing a frenzy with onlookers when Cerny wore the upcycled dress outside the Marc Jacobs show.

Cerny said the project came together in a short time thanks to three students and alumni from Parsons School of Design ⁠— Lara Tang, Joshua Mudgett, CK Zhang⁠ — who were enlisted to help to demonstrate the next generation’s innovation when it comes to responsible design practices.

“As an activist and UN Ambassador, she wanted a zero-waste dress,” explains von Furstenberg. “Talented Parsons graduates went through scraps in our sample room and so it evolved into the ScrapWrap!”

The designer plans to launch an entire line of ScrapWraps in the near future.

See the unoriginal dresses and read the whole story here.

Don’t let this womyn’s desire to be a virtuous, environmentally-friendly designer (while making money) fool you. She doesn’t care one bit about the environment.

Diane on a private jet to save the environment

This past New Year she and her family traveled by private jet to Africa after spending Christmas in the Bahamas.

Diane and her family doing their part…

She has a penthouse in Manhattan which sits atop the six-story, 35,000-square-foot structure comprising her design studio and flagship store. The building has a “green” roof to prove she’s super serious about the environment.

Know what else Diane and her husband Barry Diller have?

“The couple also spends time on Eos, Diller’s 305-foot yacht; at her Paris apartment; or at his vast Beverly Hills estate.”

The Eos yacht

Their yacht is one of the biggest privately-owned yachts in the world.

Diane’s use of “scraps” in creating dresses will have exactly ZERO impact on the environment as any savings will be completely offset by the massive carbon footprint of her estates and mega yacht.

Yet no doubt selling ScrapWrap dresses will help her pay for the upkeep of her hypocritical indulgences.

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Hypocrite: Champagne-socialist millionaire Bernie Sanders donated less than 1% of his income to charity

Although Joe Biden is the leading Demonrat candidate in the 2020 presidential race, according to a Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald Poll released yesterday, a new poll shows that Senator Bernie Sanders (Vt) now leads the field in New Hampshire. There the self-described Democratic socialist has the support of 29% of likely Democratic primary voters.

Bernie Sanders’ supporters and Democrat voters in general should know, if they don’t already, Bernie is a “Do as I say, not as I do” hypocrite. Alas, I don’t hold out much hope because we have survey statistical data that his supporters are low information voters.

How is Bernie Sanders the socialist a hypocrite? Let me count the ways:

  1. Though an advocate of socialism — which Karl Marx defined as an political-economic system that would abolish private property ownership so as to redistribute and equalize wealth — who claims to speak for the 99% and rants against the super rich one-percenters, Bernie is himself a millionaire who owns three homes and drives a $140,000 Audi R8.
    1. Tellingly, Bernie bought his third home — a $600,000 lakefront summer home in North Hero, Vermont, with 4 bedrooms and 500 ft. of Lake Champlain beachfront — just 5 days after the 2016 Democratic National Convention in which he sold out his supporters by enthusiastically endorsing Hillary Clinton.
  2. Though a proponent of $15/hr minimum wage, Bernie pays his staff poverty wages.
  3. Though an environmentalist who preaches about global-warming climate-change, Bernie flew first-class to the May 2019 Demonrat primary debate in Miam, while his wife flew coach — which makes him a sexist as well as a hypocrite.

The latest Bernie hypocrisy is that not only is he a socialist millionaire (an oxymoron!), he is also miserly and stingy toward the poor and needy.

On Sept. 8, Charlie Kirk, the founder and president of the conservative non-profit Turning Point USA (TPUSA), the conservative non-profit organization that maintains a Professor Watchlist on college professors who discriminates against conservative students and advances left-wing propaganda in the classroom, tweeted that Bernie Sanders made more than a million dollars in 2016, but donated less than 1% of his considerable income to charity:

H/t Federalist Papers

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Sanctuary Montgomery County, MD: Eighth illegal alien charged with sex crime since July 25

Montgomery County, Maryland is a sanctuary county. And they are having a serious problem with illegal aliens and sex crimes.

Last week I told you about the seventh illegal alien who was arrested for sex crime in five weeks.

Details from that sexual assault: A Honduran national in the United States illegally was accused of raping his 15-year-old stepdaughter. The perp was previously deported in April 2017, but re-entered the United States “sometime thereafter.

Another illegal alien free to roam around in sanctuary Montgomery County and do his thing…

Now it’s been revealed by Kevin Lewis of ABC News that an eighth illegal alien has been charged with rape or sex abuse of a minor in Montgomery County since July 25. Details from Kevin’s tweets:

“Police say 26 year old Oluwakayode Adebusuyi raped an intoxicated woman in his car.

Last summer, Montgomery County Police charged Adebusuyi with 2nd-degree assault, 4th-degree sex offense and false imprisonment. Prosecutors dropped all counts in that case for unspecified reasons. Adebusuyi had been employed as a ride-share driver up until his most recent arrest.

A judge gave Adebusuyi a $250,000 bond. He remains in custody. Should Adebusuyi post bond, Montgomery County will give ICE a courtesy call, but it won’t hold the accused rapist beyond the normal jail release process. Montgomery County has also banned ICE from entering secure portions of the jail.

County Executive Marc Elrich

County Executive Marc Elrich takes no responsibility for the crimes committed by illegal aliens roaming around in his sanctuary haven. He blames the “court system” and says he’s just “simply continuing the practice of the prior administration.”

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Four years after declaring homeless emergency in Seattle, bureaucrats have the solution: Create a “unified” government agency!

In November 2015 former demorat Seattle Mayor Ed Murray (who resigned due to child sex abuse allegations) declared an emergency and announced new investments to respond to homelessness. Between the city and King County, they initially pledged $7.3M to address the crisis.

Fast forward to 2019 and this is the state of the homeless crisis in King County:

Number of homeless: 11,199 (down 8% from previous year)
Total spent in 2017: $195 million
Estimated annual price tag to solve homeless crisis: $1 BILLION

Liberal utopia of Seattle/Q13 Fox photo

As you can see, even with millions of taxpayers’ dollars, the crisis persists throughout the region.

So what is the bureaucrats’ new solution? A new government bureaucracy between the city and county called, “King County Regional Homelessness Authority.”

According to Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, “Today marks the start of a new era.”

King County Executive Dow Constantine said, “We are determined to create a service system that seeks solutions to the disproportionality of homelessness among communities of color. Our vision is a homeless response system that is fair and just for all. That’s the goal.”

MyNorthwest.com reports that the new agency will consolidate funding and policy-making for homelessness between King County and the City of Seattle.

And how much will this cost? Nearly $132 MILLION for things like start-up costs, administrative funding, services, and more.

Guess how long it took to devise this plan? From MyNorthwest.com:

“The original plan for this “One Table” regional approach was first unveiled in Dec. 2017. Almost a year later, officials announced their intent to “create a set of recommendations and action steps.” Now eight months after that, legislation will next go before Seattle City Council and King County Council.

Read the whole MyNorthwest.com story here.

See also:

Liberal utopia of Seattle: Homeless man who beat up musician that was left unable to speak out of jail after 10 days with no bail!
Failed city of Seattle: Police response to business owner whose customer was assaulted by homeless criminal, “you’re pretty far down the line, pal”
Seattle City Council now wants you to help solve their “housing crisis” with a backyard cottage
Homeless harassing King County Courthouse workers: “It’s a reflection of the courthouse location”

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Calvin Klein promoting obesity under the guise of “inclusivity”

From NY Post: This past spring you couldn’t miss her.

Commanding 4,000 square feet of premium Soho air space and wearing nothing by CK underwear, the indie rapper Chika gazed knowingly from Calvin Klein’s massive billboard — just like Kate Moss and Kendall Jenner before her.

But the 22-year-old musician’s proudly plus-size body type felt like a rebuke against the brand’s traditional muses and their famously skinny silhouettes.

The recent ad’s aftershocks included a feature in Time magazine, an InStyle interview and — thanks to a slew of Instagram tags — millions of digital impressions. But while Chika called her campaign coup a “happy surprise,” it was actually a deliberately canny move from Calvin Klein HQ.

Once the chicest name at New York Fashion Week, the brand didn’t even bother to present this past February nor is it on the show schedule that begins Friday.

Rather, Calvin Klein has recently slipped in its stilettos thanks to an ill-fated allegiance with designer Raf Simons, the beloved Belgian artiste who was named chief creative officer and lead designer in 2016. Simons’ collections were Vogue-lauded sensations but also retail duds thanks to their futuristic shapes and menacing graphics, many licensed from Warhol’s “Death and Disaster” series.

When Simons left the label in December, parent company PVH called his’ two-year tenure a “fashion miss,” and retail analysts estimated his otherworldly and sometimes just odd creations cost the label a whopping $240 million.

PVH stock plunged 7.4 percent in May. Calvin Klein shuttered its Fifth Avenue flagship and skipped the costly — but, in terms of high-profile publicity, major — Met Gala, where it used to host a table loaded with starlets including Margot Robbie and Emma Watson.

It seemed like a death knell. But some experts argue it could be a fresh start and a chance to shake off the cobwebs.

“Letting those things go is actually quite savvy,” says Tyler McCall, who analyzes retail strategy as editor-in-chief of Fashionista.com. “At first, there was a real sense of loss. Calvin was so legendary! But the brand pivoted quickly into what works: the underwear in extended sizing, the nostalgia for the ’90s, the push for diverse bodies in casting.”

Calvin Klein, once known for being a major trendsetter in youth culture — creating often controversial waves with ads starring a 15-year-old Brooke Shields, a skeletal Moss, a muscle-rippling Mark Wahlberg — is finally catching up to Gen Z’s more inclusive, individual idea of cool.

“Contrast that with a brand like Victoria’s Secret, who can’t acknowledge that women exist above a size 12. They very publicly excluded trans women and plus-size women from their runway. And now, their sales are tanking,” McCall adds. “Meanwhile, Calvin Klein . . . is actually listening to [young shoppers].”

According to company sources, the brand’s new strategy includes recruiting an invisible grid of “micro-influencers” (read: fun but not necessarily famous Instagrammers) to weave a new fan base for the brand.

The company’s chief marketing officer, Marie Gulin-Merle, told The Post: “We believe the most compelling and engaging campaigns are those that embrace not just diversity of race, body type, sexual orientation or gender identity, but also diversity of opinion and experience.”

That may explain why the new “#CKPartners” include dozens of plus-size women and men, along with sometime-models such as mental-health blogger Elena Sanchez, Sikh tailor Devkaran Singh Mattakul and disability advocate Kate Virginia posing in her wheelchair.

Of course, reliable thirst traps like Bella Hadid and Naomi Campbell sprawl across much of Calvin Klein’s billboard and Instagram real estate — but now they’re joined by trans bombshell Indya Moore and queer pop icon Beth Ditto, who smolders in plus-size lace lingerie.

Can embracing the full human spectrum, and shedding the waif look for good, save CK One from being CK Done?

Current numbers give a cautious thumbs-up, with the brand’s luxury fragrances claiming a quarter of the spots on Amazon’s bestseller list and its social-media followers surpassing American fashion titans Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren.

But the brand needs to follow through on its promise of inclusion by spotlighting more than one plus-size model at a time, whether it’s on a building or just a handheld phone screen.

As Essence beauty director Julee Wilson has said, inclusion “isn’t just right, it’s good business. Once brands understand the profits they are blatantly missing, hopefully things will get better.”

And if Calvin Klein likes anything more than getting cool cred, it’s getting back those missing profits.

See also:

Gillette continues their quest to be “woke” by promoting obesity and transgenders
Feminists get it wrong: Study finds that normalization of plus-size fuels obesity epidemic
Feminism promotes obesity: Extremely overweight actress Chrissy Metz is “inspiring”
Size 26 Tess Holliday leads an army of curvy models at London Fashion Week to promote “body positivity”

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Paradise lost: Homeless in demorat-run Los Angeles

You own this demorat Mayor Eric Garcetti. You, the demorat bureaucrats who run the city and voters: You own this disastrous failure.

See also:

Demorat-run Los Angeles: 124 confirmed cases of Typhus amid fears Bubonic Plague is affecting homeless
Liberal utopia of Los Angeles: Take a look at Skid Row…
Dr. Drew: Bubonic plague is likely already in Los Angeles

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Mandated acceptance of “transgender” women: What did real women fight for?

Many women I know – including myself – do not think of ourselves as victims. Yet we do know that throughout history women had to fight for the rights we enjoy today.

We have those hard-earned civil rights thanks in part to women who set the path for the 19th Amendment, Sheppard-Towner Maternity Bill, Cable Act, and Equal Rights Amendment. Read about some of these women and what they fought for here.

There was also the “feminist movement” – the one before today’s “Feminazi” or “third-wave feminism.”

Despite what feminism has turned into today, the original feminist movement was intent on giving women legal equalities and addressing the role of women in society.

The Emergence of “Transgender” Women

After years of fighting hard for equality in this country, along came a new definition of a woman that the Cultural Marxism agenda infiltrated into academia, media, and politics. This had to be done to change the intellectual paths of our lives to cast uncertainty about the laws of human biology.

During the past thirty years, transgender women have become accepted as women to the point where society would have us believe that they can menstruate and become pregnant!

Many transgender women would argue that these references to biology are inherently anti-feminist. I counter that their arguments are inherently anti-science.

But the narrative has surpassed science: A global poll of women across five continents from September 2018 indicated that women believe that transgender women should have the same rights as other women.

The Thomson Reuters Foundation poll asked 1,000 women in Cairo, London, Mexico City, New York and Tokyo: “Should transgender women have the same rights as other women?” In total 798 answered yes, 37 said no and 165 declined to answer.

Beating Biological Women at Their Own Game

Now that a progressive society has deemed “transgender women” to be equal to biological women, transgender women are allowed to compete against real women – with a physiological and political-correct advantage. This in turn robs real women of their due successes. See the following examples:

Transgender woman who last year competed as a man wins NCAA track championship
Transgender weightlifter breaks record in women’s competition
Victoria’s Secret: New model is transgender woman, executive resigns
Transgender MMA Fighter Destroys Female Opponent
Transgender boy wins girls wrestling title
Rachel McKinnon becomes first transgender woman to win track world title
Transgender Model Teddy Quinlivan the New Face of Chanel Beauty

So Was the Fight Worth It?

In the end of this progressive agenda, we are told that “transgender women” deserve to be recognized as women and are afforded the right to compete alongside us as our EQUALS.

The beauty of women cannot be matched by a biological male

But transgender women are not equal to biological women. A man can inject himself with hormones, have transgender rhinoplasty, transgender brow lift, bossing removal, cheek implants, chin reduction/enhancement, lip enhancement, hip enhancement, and breast augmentation all they want. This does not make them a real woman.

We are told to celebrate our womanly differences. Then we are told to accept “transgender” men to compete on the same level as us, have the same rights as us, and that they are biologically equal to us.

In their emotional desire to cater to the mentally ill, the left has condemned us all as “real” women.

Many things true women fought for and the differences that make us unique are taken away from us. The progressive agenda has wormed their way into the privilege and beauty of womanhood and replaced us with men.

So was the fight really worth it?

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The new face of fascism: 181 CEOs say profits & shareholders no longer their main concerns

In America today, privately-owned businesses are no longer motivated by profit and service. Instead, businesses have become an arm of the Democrat Party by discriminating against conservatives and promoting the Left’s agenda — of abortion, climate change, gun control, illegal “immigration”, LGBTs, etc.

See, for example:

On August 19, 2019, Business Roundtable — a group of 181 chief executive officers (CEOs) from major U.S. corporations — formalized this de facto trend by issuing a statement redefining the “purpose of a corporation”. The signatories include:

  • Mary Barra, 57, chair/CEO of General Motors.
  • Jeff Bezos, 55, founder/president/CEO of Amazon.com; owner of Washington Post.
  • Tim Cook, 58, openly “gay” CEO of Apple Inc.
  • Jamie Dimon, 63, chairman/CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and chairman of Business Roundtable.
  • Brian Moynihan, 59, chairman/CEO of Bank of America.
  • Dennis A. Muilenburg, 55, president/chairman/CEO of Boeing.

CNBC‘s Maggie Fitzgerald reports that gone is the age-old notion that corporations function first and formest to serve their shareholders and maximize profits. Rather, “investing in employees, delivering value to customers, dealing ethically with suppliers and supporting outside communities are now at the forefront of American business goals.”

Business Roundtable chairman Jamie Dimon piously said in a press release: “The American dream is alive, but fraying. Major employers are investing in their workers and communities because they know it is the only way to be successful over the long term. These modernized principles reflect the business community’s unwavering commitment to continue to push for an economy that serves all Americans.”

Here is Business Roundtable’s Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation:

Americans deserve an economy that allows each person to succeed through hard work and creativity and to lead a life of meaning and dignity. We believe the free-market system is the best means of generating good jobs, a strong and sustainable economy, innovation, a healthy environment and economic opportunity for all.

Businesses play a vital role in the economy by creating jobs, fostering innovation and providing essential goods and services. Businesses make and sell consumer products; manufacture equipment and vehicles; support the national defense; grow and produce food; provide health care; generate and deliver energy; and offer financial, communications and other services that underpin economic growth.

While each of our individual companies serves its own corporate purpose, we share a fundamental commitment to all of our stakeholders. We commit to:

  • Delivering value to our customers. We will further the tradition of American companies leading the way in meeting or exceeding customer expectations.
  • Investing in our employees. This starts with compensating them fairly and providing important benefits. It also includes supporting them through training and education that help develop new skills for a rapidly changing world. We foster diversity and inclusion, dignity and respect.
  • Dealing fairly and ethically with our suppliers. We are dedicated to serving as good partners to the other companies, large and small, that help us meet our missions.
  • Supporting the communities in which we work. We respect the people in our communities and protect the environment by embracing sustainable practices across our businesses.
  • Generating long-term value for shareholders, who provide the capital that allows companies to invest, grow and innovate. We are committed to transparency and effective engagement with shareholders.

Each of our stakeholders is essential. We commit to deliver value to all of them, for the future success of our companies, our communities and our country.

As we have seen in the policies and practices of Chase Bank, Bank of America, and countless others, the new objectives that now drive these corporations — those of “investing in employees” and “supporting outside communities” — mean, in practice, support for the Left’s agenda, as well as discriminatory policies against conservatives and Christians.

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Gillette’s ads to feature firefighters after ‘toxic masculinity’ backlash

Early this year, Proctor & Gamble’s Gillette joined “woke” corporations like JC Penney and Dick’s Sporting Goods (whose CEO Ed Stack said he’s okay with Dick’s $150M loss from the company’s gun control policy) in mixing “progressive” politics with business:

  • In January 2019, Gillette launched the #MeToo “The Best Men Can Be” ad campaign against “toxic masculinity,” portraying boys and men as prone to bullying, violence, and sexual harassment — all of which have nothing to do with shaving.
  • In April 2019, Gillette launched the Venus campaign promoting obese women and so-called transgenders. (Note: Unlike other physicians and psychologists, the American College of Pediatricians speaks the truth — that transgenderism is a psychological disorder with no basis in biology.)
  • In May 2019, Gillette doubled down on its promotion of “transgenders” with an ad of a dad teaching his “transgender” son how to shave.

Gillette’s ads prompted many men, including some here on FOTM, declaring they will no longer buy Gillette shavers.

To no one’s surprise except Gillette’s management, Procter & Gamble (P&G) reported a net loss of about $5.24 billion for the quarter that ended on June 30, 2019, due to an $8 billion non-cash “writedown” of Gillette — an accounting term for the reduction in the book value of Gillette’s assets whose fair market value has fallen below the book value, and thus become an impaired asset.

See “P&G’s Gillette lost $8 billion in market value since ‘toxic males’ ad campaigns promoting transgenders

Well, unlike Dick’s Sporting Goods, P&G does appear to care about dollars and profits.

On August 21, 2019, Frank Chung, the finance editor of Australia’s News.com.au, tweeted that “Gillette is ‘shifting the spotlight from social issues’ after ‘toxic masculinity’ backlash.”

Douglas Ernst further reports for The Washington Times, August 22, 2019, that Manu Airan, associate brand director for Gillette Australia and New Zealand, told News.Com.Au about its latest efforts to “authentically connect” with consumers by “shifting” the company’s focus “from social issues to local heroes” like firefighters and personal trainers. Airan said:

“We have a very clear strategy when it comes to how we authentically connect with our consumers. We will continue to talk about what is important to Gillette and that is representing men at their best and helping men do their best. That is not changing. We will continue to do that and demonstrate it in different ways.”

Mr. Airan was coy when asked about future ads on #MeToo-related issues, “We will continue to represent men at their best. This is our purpose and has been our purpose consistently for 118 years and that is not changing.”

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Good grief: San Francisco rebrands convicted felons as “justice-involved persons” and ex-cons as “returning residents”

You can’t make this stuff up. While San Francisco literally turns into a sh*thole, the bureaucrats focus on nonsense that does nothing to address increased crime, homelessness, and rats, drugs and feces littered throughout the streets of San Francisco.

Elections have consequences.

From Daily Mail: San Francisco has passed legislation demanding that convicted felons be referred to as ‘justice-involved persons’ in an attempt to sanitize the language used to describe criminals.

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors quietly passed the resolution last month with a unanimous vote, directing all city agencies and departments to adopt its sterilized list of terms.

‘Dehumanizing language like “prisoner,” “convict,” “inmate,” or “felon” only serve [sic] to obstruct and separate people from society and make the institutionalization of racism and supremacy appear normal,’ the legislation reads.

San Francisco, struggling with an epidemic of drug addiction and homelessness, has the highest property crime rate of any big city in the U.S. according to FBI data.

Among other changes, the legislation insists that juvenile delinquents to be described as ‘young persons impacted by the justice system.’

Instead of inmates, the Board of Supervisors recommends ‘currently incarcerated persons’.

Ex-cons should be referred to as ‘returning residents,’ according to the legislation. Rather than drug addicts, cops and prosecutors should speak of ‘persons with a history of substance use,’ the resolution decrees.

And instead of ‘citizen’ or ‘illegal alien,’ the Board of Supervisors urges the use of the words ‘person’ or ‘individual.’

The resolution, which was proposed by Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, passed the 11-member board with a 10-0 vote, with Gordon Mar absent.The non-binding resolution was returned unsigned by Mayor London Breed.

Breed ‘doesn’t implement policies based on nonbinding resolutions, but she is always happy to work with the board on issues around equity and criminal justice reform,’ her spokesman Jeff Cretan, told the San Francisco Chronicle.

However, the San Francisco police and district attorney are already rushing to adopt the changes. Police spokesman David Stevenson told the Chronicle that the department has ‘made our members aware of the resolution and are researching possible impacts on operations and communications.’

The language resolution makes no mention of new terms for victims of crime.

Read the whole story here.

See also:

Left Behind: Homeless Crisis in San Francisco
Attention Nancy: San Francisco saw 150 percent increase in fentanyl-related deaths last year
Liberal utopia of San Francisco see homeless population increase by 17%
Liberal utopia of San Francisco: People are pooping more than ever on the streets of San Francisco

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