Why Does He Hate Freedom?

The P-G’s Dennis Roddy went to San Francisco and didn’t like the stereotypes he met. As a result, he writes, first quoting a letter writer whose work appeared in the SF Chronicle:
'I guess I did not realize the rest of the country was so uptight. God bless the Bay Area and its free and open-minded way of thinking.' I would second that final sentiment, much as I would second praise of Las Vegas for its gambling, Florida for its marlin fishing and New Orleans for its binge drinking. As the proverb tells us, there is a place for everything. Apparently, that place is San Francisco.


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