Even Newsom is concerned about Tech’s effect on the SF housing market

Or is he . . . ? He deleted this tweet shortly after he tweeted it. Maybe because it could be seen as criticizing Twitter on Twitter? Maybe because he would seem hypocritical to be concerned about San Francisco’s shifting demographics? Who knows, maybe he was hacked. Maybe he meant it in a positive way, that the Twitter IPO could finally clear out any remaining undesirables. Wait, wait, maybe I’m being too harsh on ol’ Newsom. It was just an ellipsis with an extra dot. Who can know what meaning lay beneath that fourth little dot . . . . ?

13 Responses to “Even Newsom is concerned about Tech’s effect on the SF housing market”

  1. Evan says:

    Not to be “that guy” but an ellipsis should have four dots, and spaces between them (like you did) when a sentence ends with an ellipsis, and is followed by another sentence (though I’m not sure if a URL counts as an additional sentence). For whatever that’s worth.

  2. eureka! says:

    now we know who will be buying all the new condos and jake spade bags.

  3. ed says:

    This IPO (and future acquisitions) will produce more wealthy residents seeking housing and is certain to attract even more people from around the world.

    The city is going to need to build WAY MORE housing if we don’t want the rents to triple or quadruple.

  4. MrEricSir says:

    If only Newsom had had some way of influencing SF housing policies….

  5. Grizzled Mission says:

    If I were thinking about buying in the City, I’d be thinking fast right now. A few hundred more instant millionaires (and we already have plenty), isn’t going to cool the market.

  6. OMG says:

    What has happened to San Francisco is very sad.