How is it that some of us get paid rent not only for the houses and offices we own, but also for owning the ground under those houses and buildings?
How is it that some of us get paid rent for owning the earth nobody made and everyone has a self-evident right to occupy?
That's the starting point for discussion and action for The Commons SF.
Come eat your fill of pasta and salad (provided) and pot luck (what you may choose to bring) at the Henry George Eat-Up.
Yacking and napkins are mandatory.
(It's not a Meat-Up, it's an Eat-Up, so it's vegetarian, please)
Take the MUNI 14 and 24, or MUNI 67, or a pink mustache or cab, or a bike, or, you know, one of those hard to find parking for sorts of things http://www.TheCommonsSF.org