Bill O’Reilly’s San Francisco Is Scary!

It’s a funny little piece he made here.

Neon signs! Pawn shops! Transgendered people!

And the residents are tolerant of this?

Outrage! Or wait, no outrage. I’m outraged by this lack of outrage!

Conde Nast Traveler disagrees, of course, despite “the dark underbelly that seeps into every neighborhood”.

One warning I’ll agree with: “Don’t go to the Presidio at night.” Those Great Horned Owls are fuh-reaky.

Oh, P.S. The Tenderloin is the Tenderloin (downtown, just west of Union Square) and North Beach is North Beach (uh, north of downtown, north of Union Square and north of Chinatown). They are two separate neighborhoods. North Beach is not “the Tenderloin District”.

This is a map.

This is a map.


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5 Responses to “Bill O’Reilly’s San Francisco Is Scary!”

  1. Stinky Says:

    Tenderloin is WEST of union square… Financial District is east of Union Square…

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    Hell Stinky,

    Yes, that’s right. See? Anyone can get it!

    xx, Holden

  2. BG Says:

    But…but…but if Bill O’Reilly had any actual working knowledge of the geography of San Francisco, people might worry that he was some kind of queer or something!

  3. Stinky Says:

    Know what? I think old Bill is actually doing us an indirect favor here…

    Do we as residents of San Francisco really want anybody who takes him seriously coming here? I sure don’t…

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  4. RobInSF Says:

    uhhhhm…If O’rly ended up in Chinatown, he might think we all got invaded by the Japanese. He’s not so good with the whole Japanese/Chinese thing anyhow.

  5. Matt Says:

    If someone referenced Y.B.I. to him would he think it meant You Bite It? You’re a Bumbling Idiot? Y do my Balls Itch?

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