Oh, boy! There are boys in San Francisco Uh oh!
San Francisco: No Country for Old Men?
Fact: Floods of People of Color are exiting San Francisco at an alarming rate.
Fact: Scores of men from TagFut are moving to the City to pay $3000+ rents.
Run! TAGFUT* is here!
(*Twitter, Apple, Google, Facebook, Uber, Tesla)
Who are these men coming to San Francisco in droves ? Could this be like the 1848 Gold Rush where the streets of San Francisco were lined with randy, party loving, dancing, prancing men with gold in their pockets?
Er, not so much. The gold in their pockets, yes.
The sad story about the population of locals evaporating and explosion of TagFut Males Techies (Single, Asian/ White, under 35) moving in- creates ire.
Millennials who grew up in San Francisco resent the fact that they cannot rent in their City, that their favorite bars, restaurants, and cafés are taken over by these pseudo-hipsters who have a lot more dinero than they do. And, the girls aren’t happy either!
Sure, there is a trickle of female techies- who bemoan the fact that these nerdy guys with a whole lotta money, don’t know from flirting and are totally lacking in social savvy. Hence, their predilection for Yelping every restaurant, bar and cleaners in San Francisco. A girls got to do, what a girls got a do.
Yelp couldn’t be happier.
The best analysis of the Travesty Techies taking over the city is found here See: Priceonomics
Where do you find a manly man? An intelligent guy with some humor, wit, panache and manners? Looking for a great guy who is both kind and sensitive enough to be able to ‘read’ you and smart enough to ‘get’ you? It is part luck and part serendipity.
Be open and you could meet the love of your life. It happens
Catch his eye – catch his heart: Look up, look around, smile more, say ‘hey’ more often. Just do it: sign up for a free 7-day trial on an online Dating site. Get off the couch, push away from the computer and go outside and play.
“I love the man that can smile in trouble, that can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection. ‘Tis the business of little minds to shrink, but he whose heart is firm, and whose conscience approves his conduct, will pursue his principles unto death.”