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Trous de Merde

This is southern California. Orange County. 2018. A monument to the success of illegal immigration and socialism in a state that brags about being the worlds 6th or 8th largest economy.

In the uber-Progressive city of San Francisco, they have created an app to chart all the places in the city where the homeless publicly defecate.



  1. In the last 3 months of 2017 used to see the same bum take a sh*t at least twice (if not thrice) a week on the same sidewalk(s) in downtown Oakland, CA, among everybody’s complete indifference.

    Comment by Cyril — January 16, 2018 @ 10:46 am - January 16, 2018

  2. (And my commute hours were not especially regular)

    Comment by Cyril — January 16, 2018 @ 10:48 am - January 16, 2018

  3. Your post is so right on.

    It’s indeed not America in those places — but socialism, unfolding.

    Comment by Cyril — January 16, 2018 @ 10:52 am - January 16, 2018

  4. “Curb Your Wino!”

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — January 16, 2018 @ 11:44 am - January 16, 2018

  5. Two-and-a-half years ago I visited the Bay Area for the first time in about 16 years. The last visit was not unlike my previous visits. Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose. For the hardcore water sports devotee, it is probably heaven. For everyone else, not so much. The merde map is definitely needed. Though it appeared that most of the excrement I encountered was probably canine in origin, I never stopped close enough to look for sure. I recall that part of the reason for the victory of the wannabe next governor when he was first elected mayor of San Francisco was to represent business owners against the ever encroaching demands of the homeless and other vagrants who made the lives of business owners far more difficult. IIRC, his efforts, once elected, didn’t last long.

    What was new was all the new encroachments of government upon the masses. Went to buy a pair of shoes at one of my favorite national retailers in Union Square. Before completing the purchase, the sales clerk asked “Do you want a bag?” Um, yeah…I’m not going to tuck a shoe box under my arm to take BART across the bay to my hotel. Well, that’s an extra ten cents, even for department store purchases. That’s in addition to close to 10% sales and use taxes. And still, much of the city looks like the word Dicky Durbin swears (but not literally) that POTUS 45 used last week. After the conference I was attending was over, I changed hotels to be further in the East Bay, namely Pleasanton [Scott Adams country]. It was such a relief to be able to go in any store (including Safeway) and not be fined for wanting a bag to take my purchases out of the store. Of course that’s before the California Assembly passed, and Guv’nor Moonbeam signed the statewide bag tax/ban law. So disposable plastic is evil, but homeless everywhere but in a home and excrement where it shouldn’t be isn’t. Got it.

    Contrast that to New York. While things are deteriorating under Mayor de Blase, it’s still a vastly different place than on my first visit in 1984. Gritty, still, in many places; but there’s business improvement districts and neighborhood business associations who take up the slack in certain instances. Plenty of cops to patrol streets where most visitors go. Still no clutching of purses and bags and holding on for dear life as was the case when I first visited. (Yes, cell phone thefts are up, as are other petty crimes.) All things considered, still better than San Francisco & environs. Don’t understand why all the Silicon Valley techies want to live there. Perhaps someday the costs won’t be worth it.

    Comment by RSG — January 16, 2018 @ 12:03 pm - January 16, 2018

  6. I live in LA and the growth of the homeless is staggering during the past couple years. Along with the graffiti showing up again it’s like the 1990s. I mean I know the 90s are in style again but this is ridiculous.

    I grew up in OC in the 80s and 90s and we never saw this kind of disgusting scene. It was omnly as we drove through LA on the way to grandma and grandpa.

    This is a direct result of the emptying of the jails due to prison realignment” as well as the billions of dollars allegedly being spent to solve the problem. We just had a .5% sales tax increase in LA County for the homeless!!!

    OC went out and offered these people help. 90% didn’t want it. Also it turned out a large number are from out of state.

    Comment by CH — January 16, 2018 @ 12:03 pm - January 16, 2018

  7. @5 – Funny thing about the plastic bag ban.

    We’ve had outbreaks of Hepatitis in San Diego, LA and some of the outlying areas.

    Turns out, the homeless used to defecate in plastic grocery bags. Now that they’re not readily available, they crap on the street leading to the spread of the disease.

    It was so bad, San Diego had to bleach the sidewalks.

    Comment by CH — January 16, 2018 @ 12:09 pm - January 16, 2018

  8. @5

    Don’t understand why all the Silicon Valley techies want to live there. Perhaps someday the costs won’t be worth it.

    Well, this one is gone, finally.


    Thank God for that — the opportunity.

    Comment by Cyril — January 16, 2018 @ 12:36 pm - January 16, 2018

  9. In adding shithole DieVerse Cities

    If Versace was alive today “Alexa order me 2 dozen male whores.

    Comment by Steve — January 16, 2018 @ 4:10 pm - January 16, 2018

  10. …and once upon a time, Orange County was the most Republican county in California.

    Comment by Paul — January 16, 2018 @ 7:19 pm - January 16, 2018

  11. Common sense has been sacrificed for the piety of tolerating a diversity which will end up infecting and killing the host.

    At this point, the cities would be far better off to establish “homeless colonies” (read: leper) and feeding the habits of the homeless as well as the stomachs.

    Hollyweird could have a field day making movies about “good” person caught up in the homeless colony and his fight to be recognized as “worthy.”

    We once had a large population of hobos who stole passage on freight trains and moved from place to place where they did odd jobs or just stole food and then moved on. Now we feed these people out of dumpsters and let them pee on restaurant windows as paying customers eat and watch.

    Liberals are trapped into seeing these people as down on their luck and in need of being lifted up. Yet liberals would never consider building a walled compound where such people could be sorted, cared for and either treated or just maintained. So, you see a return to Hogarth’s London and all the slime and misery of the Oliver Twist saga as benign neglect rolls on.

    Comment by Heliotrope — January 17, 2018 @ 9:56 am - January 17, 2018

  12. Apparently the viral video has sufficiently shamed the city of Anaheim to take action:

    Comment by RSG — January 18, 2018 @ 10:34 am - January 18, 2018

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