The new SF Mayor


#361

San Francisco Supervisor London Breed pulled ahead of former state Sen. Mark Leno on Saturday by just 498 votes in the race to become the city’s next mayor, according to the latest round of preliminary election results.

Ranked choice is such bullshit! :rage:


#362

I thought Breed was the best option.


#363

Breed is not bad. Without ranked choice she would have won eons ago.


#364

#365

Breed will become the mayor. Now you guys can hold your property for another 10 years :joy:


#366

Steadily increasing…


#367

FINALLY!!! WE BEAT THE COMMIES!!


#368

Congratulations to you guys! Also congratulations to London Breed!

Btw, my prediction has worked out nicely for London :joy:


#369

Don’t go back to Hong Kong. You are blacklisted by the Chinese government. No more tasty Chinese food for you!


#370

China is CINO: commies in name only.


#371

China is CEO: capitalists in economy only.


#372

Okay now predict what the winning numbers are for the upcoming lottery. I will give you a 10% cut if your predictions are right.


#373

Cheapskate. I’ll share 50% with him if he can predict that.


#374

Please supply me with quality and abundant data first


#375

Are you charity Yoda? After taxes you will pocket nothing if you share 50% with @BAGB.


#376

I guess he’ll share 50% pretax. I have no problem to give him a 50% allowance to pay taxes on my share


#377

(Copied from manch) You think I’m dumb? Of course, post tax. Unsaid is always share profit, not revenue :slight_smile:


#378

Is it going to double taxed? If I got 500M from hanera as a profit share, should I pay income tax? If it’s a gift, should he pay the gift tax instead?

It’s a headache to be generous, it’s also a headache to receive from a genarous man


#379

I am not generous, is a business.


#380

London Breed Elected San Francisco Mayor

Tech luminaries including investor Ron Conway, Twitter Inc. co-founder Ev Williams and former Yahoo! Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer had all backed Breed. She has been a proponent of building more housing to ease a real estate affordability crisis in the city, where the median house price hit $1.6 million in the first quarter.