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Just said YOLO and got a Sector Focus subscription

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Self Driving Cars and Tesla's FSD

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There are no public bathrooms anywhere in SF, so I have peed on many overpriced buildings in travels.

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These numbers are from 2014. They’re way off. A sub $700k home in SF? There’s no way.

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It also includes animal shit, so it’s not really great data if you are trying to see how much humans shit on street in SF

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I know it was circa 2020....I was basically implying that there was two additional years of public shitting in SF that wasn't even accounted for in the GIS data.

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Since it was in SF, that shit he ate was probably 30% overpriced from the national average too

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Who here used to hit Lusty Lady in SF? Reveal yourselves.

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Sure, if they break it up the way Republicans want to. Who said they have to do that? They could just as easily split LA and SF into different states and then it’s uh oh Spaghetti-Os for the reds. Of course, it’s not going to happen either way, so it’s a moot point.

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Other homeless come by and eat them. Kinda joking, but not really. Stayed in SF for a few months a while back and watched a homeless dude eat a homeless woman's shit off the street. I still gag thinking about it.

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Californian here, northern cali like Eureka, roads are clear, rent is 1200/mo for a 2bed 1 bath house, crime is low, people are nice and there are homeless here and there but they keep to themselves. it seems like its an LA, SF, Sac type of problem not a CA problem.

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125K= poverty level in SF

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Bro what? The human feces in SF is such a troll thing to say. If you actually live in SF you’d know the only places where theres shit on the sidewalks is the tenderloin.

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1) no one from SF calls it San Fran 2) there are not front yards in SF outside some really tony area 3) be lucky that's the first time that's happened

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Would prefer to stay pseudo-anonymous, since I'm sharing numbers. Pretty broad numbers but numbers all the same. For better or worse (probably better imo), SF has a lot of regulations around formula retail which give mom and pops a lot of room to strive. It likely pushes costs up for the average consumer, but most restaurants in SF and many in the bay area generally will be locally owned and operated. A couple neat spots I could recommend would be - - Tahona Mercado - A mezcal bottle shop that opened this year that does some small bites. Owned by a really cute couple from Oaxaca that source mezcal I haven't seen anywhere else in the states. - Prubechu - a Guamanian owned by two career chefs who came up in the pop up scene and opened their first brick and mortar 2019 i think? We did our company christmas party there last year. They turned the parking lot into an awesome open air park bench style service area, which is pretty rare for the city. - Soba Ichi / Ippuku in the east bay- Both owned by the same small team. A zen buddist priest is a partner and did all the beautiful woodwork they have in both locations. One of the few spots in CA that makes their own buckwheat noodles for the soba. Really time consuming to make but difference is very noticeable. - El Rincon Yucateco - Hole in the wall, paint and drywall spot in the tenderloin owned by the same family for decades. Some of the best relleno negro I've had though. Their cochinita pibil and salbutes also great. - Friends and Family in Oakland - Lesbian owned bar that made the top 50 bars in america list this year. A gay bar, but top tier cocktails vs party dive. Welcoming to everyone though. Super inclusive atmosphere. It's also all industry folks. Like they got some really big names in the bay area cocktail world working behind the bar here. Could keep listing places all day. Definitely pros and cons to formula retail restrictions but seeing so many great small spots thrive is worth it, at least to me.

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They fired data labelers apparently. Specialist might just be part of the job title but I don’t think it’s a very high position. It seems to pay 74k~ in San Francisco which for SF is not a lot. Source: high level friend in Tesla’s AI department

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Yeah people assume everyone pays NYC/SF salaries. But 150k lets you live pretty nice in michigan, cost of living is fairly reasonable

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I’m not sure because the comment was deleted but isn’t the Bay Area quite large though. I mean I think more people live outside of SF in the Bay Area then in SF itself. So…

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60k is enough to afford an apartment in SF, if you have roommates

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Probably on drugs in SF

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You been to the tenderloin in SF?

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Maybe Irvine or something. Lots of wealthy suburbs in CA have basically zero homeless because the police don't tolerate it. You seem it in SF and LA because the cops mostly aren't allowed to remove the homeless like they are in red states.

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that wasn't the original question, don't move the goalposts. average home price in SF is ~$1.6 million (and this is not due to a small amount of expensive mansions, that's just how expensive it is there). $400k would be a decent down payment for many homes in the region.

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I got you fam. Leaving the BS politics aside, this place is a shithole. Roads are riddled with potholes. Bridges are rusting through the bolts. Gas is $7-8/gallon. They keep inviting immigration, legal or not, but refuse to build more water storage capacity. Theft under $950 isn't prosecuted. Smash and grabs up significantly. Homeless encampments stretch from border to border cuz people cant afford the ridiculous home/rental prices and mental health services are non-existent. SF has an actual poop map to pinpoint human shit. Streets are littered with hypodermic needles. Bacon is about to become illegal (Prop 12) but hey, at least weed is legal and we grow the best shit around! 🤙

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In places like SF, cops are told not to enforce the law. People literally go and pillage stores like they're on a shopping spree and walk out. Businesses are closing their doors and bailing left and right. The LA DA Gascon drops charges constantly on violent offenders because he thinks all criminals are poor little victims, even the murderers. What's on the books vs what's actually happening are two different things.

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It's only down because places don't bother reporting it any more because the cops can't do shit about it. If the crime was actually down places like SF wouldn't be having stores closing and leaving downtown due to the crime.

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If you live in the SF Bay Area, does this even pay half your rent for the month? ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271) “I’m fRom teh gubMinT, I’m hERe tO hLep” ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)

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I'm about an hour north of SF it happens here all the time. We have rolling blackouts when power use is too high, precautionary blackouts if it gets too windy and actual blackouts if we have an actual fire, routine maintenance or some idiot drives into a telephone pole. We've had easily a half dozen this year and it isn't even july

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had a homie who was playing in a popular cover band in SF. The original band's lineup was all gay, so naturally the coverband was gay. Except for my homie. He was secretly straight and couldn't come out about his sexuality due to fear of backlash. Idk if he ever came out

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SF crime went down and Republicans take over California? Lol. You are a 100% wagyu-grade retard. Welcome home, brother!

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Yeah I’m sure the “Vikings” is a group of non-white deputies. Gross at Disneyland! Anyways, California has a large prison population. Even though crime went down in cities like SF with moderately progressive DAs policies it clear the state’s NIMBYs drove sentiment back towards failed tough on crime policies from the 90’s. Glad democrats are just going full-throat on licking the boot. I doubt this was blow up in their face when Republicans take back control and start implementing an abortion ban and it’s getting enforced by those very institutions they are increasing funding of.

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That golden gate bridge toll is too damn high and SF and LA both have way too many bad roads for how much tax revenue they generate, cheers

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Been working for a SF ecommerce startup for a year and some change, in the tech industry for \~10 years. Never have things appeared so fucked generally. Our numbers are dogshit and have been tanking since the beginning of the year. ads are so much more expensive and influencers dont scale. inflation is causing our customer support wagies to have options and demand things like healthcare. RIP tech bull run 2009-2022 I am a sweet summer child and don't have a coat

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Been working for a SF ecommerce startup for a year and some change, in the tech industry for \~10 years. Never have things appeared so fucked generally. Our numbers are dogshit and have been tanking since the beginning of the year. ads are so much more expensive and influencers dont scale. inflation is causing our customer support wagies to have options and demand things like healthcare. RIP tech bull run 2009-2022

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*Miami and the SF Bay Area have entered the chat*

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Man I think people are dogpiling because they think you were being a neckbeard, it sounded to me like that was your actual position lmao It’s definitely stressful, but they’re paying you a fuckton to handle the stress. It’ll be a huge learning experience, and you can always jump out after a few years if you really want a better balance (for probably lower pay, but as you mentioned you can build a nest egg real fast if you aren’t living in SF/NY/some high CoL city. But you’re gonna spend a looong time paying off a house in San Fran on basically any salary so yeah

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I live in SF I know Alot about this company 😊

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SF is by no means the standard when you consider CA. More people come there for Silicon Valley, but I guess there's still a bit of financial sector draw?

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Seen both in SF. Place is pretty vile these days.

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Lol nope. Username checks out though. Even if you’re actually paying 42% effective rate - spoiler: you’re not - 90->160 would be a close to doubling your take home… this is objectively life changing unless you are in abject poverty. Since your entire premise is starting at 90k that’s obviously not the case. And it is more life changing the further you are from wealth - this would be roughly going from 50k to 90k take home, again in this fairytale land where your tax rate is 42%. 40k a year buys a significantly better quality of life especially if you’re single as you say. Let’s use CA as an example: federal effective tax rate on 160k filing as single is less than 20% without itemizing deductions, state is 10. So you would have to be paying >15% local. You’re out of your damn mind. Edit: quick search and I found the only city income tax in CA is SF at a whopping 0.38%. gtfo

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Bro I grew up on the east coast, then moved to London, then went from London to San Francisco on a business trip. I swear to god I had more culture shock in California than in the UK. London really feels like NYC, whereas I had no idea how to act in SF lol.

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I actually really liked the Nom Nom (I think it was called) and something about a tractor? There was a good, grassy, IPA that I vaguely remember. I actually moved to Costa Mesa after it became Green Cheek, but when we used to visit from SF we would go to BF (not realising we’d buy a house 5 mins away a few years later)

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You think the majority of people in SF in their thirties live with their parents? Is that what you're saying? (Serious clarification)

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SF/Silicon Valley Definitely regional for now, in a few years places like Texas and Florida will feel the heat, after that mid big cities like Boise will be pressed. Slow moving dominos falling.

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Depends on area. Bank crash had little affect on SF Bay Area.

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was it the SF fed?

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Personally, I wouldn’t live in shitholes like LA, SF, NYC etc which have governments that make zoning and policy that hike up rental prices. Instead of looking at landlords who have to raise rent because government puts pressure to do so, look at the reason why you even need coops. Sure, some landlords are shitty but I’ve had more who were delightful, reasonable, and attentive than not.

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Lol housing co-ops are more effective and control rent prices better because they aren't profit driven. If you're lucky you can have a nice apartment all to yourself in a co-op building in Manhattan, SF, LA, or Chicago and.never see your rent rise for 10 years while the building is maintained just as well as a building ran by a landlord. The construction workers get paid for building, the super and maintenance workers get paid to maintain, and the tenants pay their rent. No money goes to some parasite landlord who does NOTHING unless legally required to. But go ahead and keep believing landlords add value to anything lol sure thing buddy.

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This happened to me in SF. I swear they were watching me from a hidden spot 😂

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Lol, I pay $16 to an Asian guy who still uses scissors like good ol days and does a great job. You must be from the SF bay area

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I have been bicycling to work for 15 years. My wife has been commuting by electric car since 2015. Our kids walk to school. We don’t use air conditioning in the summer (SF Bay Area). We have solar panels and anything extra is 100% renewables. After 15 years, I do not think I have made a difference in the green revolution.

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We are what past that here in SF

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I'm surprised damn near anyone wants to work in areas like DTLA, SF, Chicago, etc. Fucking cesspools.

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Tokyo to Osaka is like SF to LA (6 hour bus/ride drive here in the states, possibly worse in Japan) FlixBus took me from SJ to LA DTLA in 6 hours for around $50 pre pandemic Shinkansen takes 2 hours Yeah it would be nice if it were much cheaper but 4 hr difference is yuge. I heard some people fly from Tokyo to Osaka cause flying can be cheaper

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Okay but 10% of who? Most of that will be poor people who don't own shit anyway. It's not like they have stocks to sell, or houses to default on. Perhaps they'll miss a few rent payments and end up adding to SF's homeless problem, but they're not tanking the economy. Everyone else has a chunk of savings (along with redundancy pay) and house equity which, coupled with fixed mortgage rates, means that they should be able to ride out a spot of unemployment, particularly if you've got a couple of earners in the family unit.

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I live in SF and I’m paying about 20% living alone.. although I got a pandemic deal. I was looking in San Jose at the beginning of the year and prices were about the same as sf; salaries at least at Apple are all well into 6 figures. I think they’re probably doing 50% at the absolute worst.

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Sounds like a fun bet, I'll agree to that if we clear up some of the unclarity on what exactly the conditions are. * Dojo, does that mean online for internal use or Dojo as a service being sold to 3rd parties? * CT and Roadster I'm assuming mean any customer deliveries? * FSD SF to LA with no interventions is already ticked ([video here](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6heMiWjvslM)). Are there any further conditions that aren't met in that video? * Batteries, when do they meet the conditions? How is this measurable? Also, the 25k car, even if it would be fine if it ended up costing 30k, is definitely not happening within two years. Not deliveries to customers at least. So that would essentially mean only 3 out of 5 would have to be ready by then. Include the Tesla Semi (let's say minimum customer deliveries of 150, so the first deliveries to Pepsi won't be enough) to make it 3 out of 6 and I'll take the bet provided we clear up the conditions. On the CT/F150, I think it'd be a bit lame if the CT would start selling in December and lose that year by default. How about the CT will outsell the F150 in its second full year of production (compared to the F150's second full year of production)?

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Adding another point. I have colleagues at apple, fb, Tesla etc in the past few years just liquidate millions… Kids in their 20s…. Throwing cash around at stupid properties… SF is near impossible to compete for a unit where young male bachelors wanna live.

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I just spent a week in SF and they have super cheap ebike rentals. Spent the whole week using them instead of renting a car and I would definitely use one if I had a sub 10 mile commute

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bust deez nutz. but yeah, agree. cold glass would be nice rn. freekin hot in SF

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Care to make a $50 bet to charity of choice? Dojo, CT, Roadster, 25k car, FSD (SF to LA no disengagements on video from a non-Tesla source), batteries (as described at battery day, not the watered down form factor change 4680). My bet is that 2 years from now we won’t have more than 3 of those things delivered as promised. They’re all late already, probably by a total of 7-8 years across all the projects, so really the odds are in your favor. Side bet for 10 dollars/year is that the F150 lightning outsells the CT for every single year that both are in production

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You’re right. I’m sorry for the downvotes. You’re supposed to pretend life in America is shit. The median house in 1980 was ~1600SF in 2020 ~2300. 43% larger. I’m not even going to go into the bathrooms, and smart home equipment. My parents could live on 1 salary. But what they called living would be called surviving now. We live like goddamn kings, and kings are known to overspend once in a while until the treasure chest is empty.

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I believe the true OG for IRNT was u / undercover\_in\_SF

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I agree wages are fucked right now but this info is not accurate. Seems like you are talking about average in maybe CA which is in the 500s. Bakersfield has a median home price of $254k and minimum wage is over $15 an hour. If you are trying to live in SF, well you basically should plan to have roommates till about 80k salary. Zoning laws and increased regulation are the primary issues restricting home builds and increasing their costs. Inflation is part of it for sure and historically wages react very slowly to changes in inflation. But don’t worry it’s all transitory /s

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> ppl living outta RVs in SF since 2010 Hahahaha Waaaay longer than that, bud

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Yup. What people fail to realize is that the SF market largely (not entirely, but largely) avoided the ridiculous run-up in prices over the past 2 years. SF has just trudged upward at 5-10% a year, every year, for 10-15 years regardless of what the broader economy is doing. As stupid as this sounds, house prices in San Francisco are more rationally tied to fundamentals despite the sticker shock.

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NY and SF are going to have the major drops? Seems to be backwards. I think rapidly appreciating but fundamentally unappealing/lower wage cities are going to get hit the hardest (as they usually do) like Phoenix, Las Vegas, Boise, etc.

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There have been ppl living outta RVs in SF since 2010 because of the expense of the area and the demand for long hours. So ppl just brought an RV to their respective work campus. Peak live-to-work culture

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There’s plenty of affordable housing…in Nebraska. But everyone wants to live in SF which is a peninsula and NYC which is *islands*. Ain’t nowhere to put more houses.

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I went to school in Canada and then moved to the states. Paid 20k a year including living, food, and tuition for the entire year. A 4 year degree cost me 80k CAD. Instate numbers should be about the same but in USD (minus NYC/SF, because living is probably more than tuition).

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Four things driving up price: 1. Boomers are the largest generation in human history. They still own a huge chunk of the market. Much of the market has already been claimed. 2. Millennials are the second largest generation in the US. They're entering the peak of their home buying years. This is causing a major surge. 3. Boomers are living way longer than expected, and a lot of them are riding out the remaining years in their low-interest/paid-off oversized homes. Even less inventory. 4. Real estate seems like the only safe haven to a lot of panicked investors. Even less inventory. This is adding heavily to the millennial surge. There are areas that will crash to some degree because the furor of #4 was overdone. The places that will crash are wide-open spaces like Colorado, Arizona, Wyoming, Las Vegas, Montana. Space is not at a premium there. Places where there is no room to expand will probably barely feel it: NY, SF, Seattle, Vancouver. Any crash will be short-lived because the demographic pressure is massive and won't abate until boomers start dying off in the early 2040s.

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Thats way cleaner than usual SF, no wonder she had to pay a premium

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No the most inflated markets don't have local economies to support the prices. LA, SF, NYC, etc all have local economies that support their prices. Places like fucking Boise Idaho is where the crash is going to hit hard.

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Prices seem to have leveled off in the SF Bay Area, although it sounds like they're still out of control everywhere else in the country

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I'm just a SF hobo making $300k/year in my tech job.

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You sitting on somewhere in SF?

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I keep hoping but the shit never happens. I am in SF it seems impervious

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High demand, low supply. Lotta fuckers wanna buy homes, not a lot of fuckers building them. Of course, I mean this in deseriable markets like Seattle, LA, SF, not shitty markets like AZ or OK or some dumbfuck states

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I think it's a great measure. They make 3 times the average American. The fact software engineers do to is irrelevant. And I'm sure NY or SF based pilots are paid relative to the COL. In the Atlanta area there is an entire city (Peachtree City) that was essentially settled and developed for pilots. They've got more miles of golf cart paths than anywhere else in the country. I'd say they're living the good life most Americans dream to achieve. But that's just me

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Lol.. I feel your pain. Absent a complete collapse, places like Seattle and SF are never coming back down.

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What’s considered a good salary? Please exclude the hepatitis infested cities (SF Seattle NYC LA)

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Bro I am positive there’s hot sex workers in SF

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I live in the SF Bay area. Have you seen "Putnam porn"? It looked nasty

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The majority of Americans don't live in NYC, SF, LA, Chicago. Not even close. In the majority of the country, including major cities, it is very attainable to work towards owning a home with a decent salary. And as DINKs, it's damn near easy.

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Basically every major metro area not just SF.

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what market is this in, didn't eralize this happened outside of the SF bay area

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Its especially true for tight places like SF

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SF....you know its not really the building that's valuable right? lol...its the land. Builders can slap a 4000 sqft home for like 200k even at todays prices.

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I live in SF and many of my clients are agents so I see it. It's a joke. $1m for a 1 BR condo. $5m for a dated 90s 6 BR in the hills. What a joke. This country has permitted housing (a basic human entitlement in any just society) to become a speculative commodity whipped up by the highest bidders. Despicable.

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Houses in SF cost 2.2M, rent for 4.5k/mo

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