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Date Posted: 19:01:26 02/08/16 Mon
Author: Leland Gaunt
Subject: And that is the rub against San Francisco on a geographic circumstances..
In reply to: Leland Gaunt 's message, "Infrastructure Destruction/Damaged/Destroyed... October 17th, 1989... Cypress Expressway/Oakland, California" on 16:45:54 02/08/16 Mon

Short of sounding and emulating a paranoid persona..

Deep water on the eastern side of the City of San Francisco... The San Francisco-Oakland Bay..

Deep, treacherous water of a high current of the same San Francisco Bay emptying into the Pacific Ocean toward the north.. The Golden Gate Bridge area and the rapid currents of the bay as indicated..

And the biggest body of water is to the west.. The biggest body of accumulative water known as the Pacific Ocean..


There is ONLY one exit out of this potential disaster of a city called San Francisco.. That is, to the southward into Daly City and beyond..

An effective exit by a questionable roadway because of potential, severe damage is to the south..

The city of San Francisco is a peninsula with three sides as of geographical water... And very deep water at that..


This would be the exact reason why I would NEVER consider San Francisco as it is geographically set up.. Too much can happen under the given circumstances and situation..

A city waiting for something tragic to happen?


It is NOT my intention to scare anyone residing in San Francisco... But, once again, the City of San Francisco is NOT my cup of tea...

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