PETA Activists Urge San Francisco to Rename “Tenderloin” District

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“Tenderloin” neighborhood in San Francisco to something a little more vegetarian. The somewhat rough-around-the-edges area is known for its flair how much does cialis cost

and urban flavor, but struggles with crime and homelessness. The name “Tenderloin” comes from a similar area in New York City with a prevalence for police bribery. Famous police Captain Alexander “Clubber” Williams apparently said that if he was assigned to the neighborhood, he would be able to eat tenderloin (rather than cheaper cuts of meats) as often as he wanted due to the abundance of bribes. PETA sent an official letter requesting that the name be changed to something not meat related, such as the “Tempeh District” (a soy-based meat substitute) or the “Granola Flats”. Cruelty

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