Boulder warfare in blue and ever more Hobbesian San Francisco
Residents of San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood are using boulders to deter the homeless from camping there, according to KTVU.Neighbors purchased 25 boulders and placed them on the sidewalk of Clinton Park, a residential street west of Market and Dolores streets, in hopes of stopping people from setting up tents there."Since the rocks, it has helped," neighbor Ernesto Jerez told KTVU.
"There's actually a name for it. It's called anti-homeless architecture," Jennifer Friedenbach, executive director of the Coalition on Homelessness, told KTVU on Monday.
The 50 most miserable cities in America
Here are the 50 most miserable cities in the US, based on US census data.