Tweet When the recycling truck heads down our street, collecting people’s glass, cans, and paper, interesting things occasionally float out of the truck and onto the street. (Which should be a reminder to everyone to shred important documents. Sometimes the wind is the greatest document thief of them all.) This morning, I found a crumpled, [...]
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Tweet I don’t know if it’s a local, state or federal tax, but when I go into a restaurant that provides both eat-in and take-out services, I always order take-out, regardless of whether I plan to sit at one of their tables or hit the road. Why? Because the government imposes a tax on food [...]
Tweet San Francisco is a very crowded little city. Although it covers only about seven 49 square miles (it’s a little square about 7 miles on each side), it’s the fourth most populous City in California, with almost 800,000 people crammed into that little space. Interestingly, though, San Francisco did not end up going the [...]