Bob Embrey: San Francisco’s homeless dog sitter

The friendly encounters of Bob and his Newfoundlands

Bob Embrey

Bob Embrey is a homeless man who lives along the coast near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA.

All photos by Assistant Photo Editor Michael Ortiz.

The sun baked boardwalk outlining the east harbor next to San Francisco’s Fort Mason is Bob Embrey’s favorite place to read. His closest companions sit below him, quietly panting under the shade of their master’s large shopping cart stuffed with the bulging trash bags of the days gathered recyclables.

Embrey’s toothy grin rarely breaks. Despite his struggles with homelessness, his optimistic attitude is infectious as the locals who pass him call his name with a smile in return. Many joggers, bikers, sailors and walkers have helped Embrey to live a peaceful, quiet life while dog sitting the two Newfoundland’s by the seaside.

“I’ve been here so long that I probably know all the boat owners and everything. Most of the time I don’t have to worry about food because all the boaters and everything, they have parties over the weekends and stuff and bring me back food from everywhere,” Embrey said.

Outside of scrounging what money he can from the recyclables he finds, Embrey stays busy maintaining a good relationship with the community while pet sitting the two massive black animals.

Bob Embrey

Embrey has become part of the community of Nob Hill. He’s made friends with the local business owners and fishermen who frequent the port.

“I am a dog sitter. The owners have males and females. When they go into heat the males fight each other and try to kill each other for dominance to breed with the females. So I keep the females when they’re in heat; that way they have no faults,” Embrey said.

There is rarely a leash to be found on the two dogs, who both stick close to Embrey. They obey every command and call from their sitter’s side. Although locals who reside close to the bay are familiar with Bob and his Newfoundlands, Embrey has experienced several surprised reactions from other people in the city while collecting recyclables.

“I was on the other side of this building coming around. I have them hooked to the cart, I don’t worry about them because they don’t hurt no one. It was just getting light, two joggers, one in front of the other come around the corner. He stops, looks and yells ‘Bears! Bears!’ They took off right on down the park and they’re pushing and shoving and trying to go the other way and I say, ‘Dogs! Dogs! And they’re friendly!’” Embrey said.

Embrey claims to have grown up with dogs throughout his life. Embrey has watched the two Newfoundlands, Piggy and Nike, for ten months now. Both the pooches and Embrey continue to make friends and inspire grins everyday along the bay. Embrey’s story stands out from the majority of the homeless in San Francisco, who typically reside in the Tenderloin, a neighborhood in downtown in the flatlands on the southern slope of Nob Hill.

Bob Embrey

Embrey also dog sits for community members, letting their dogs stay with him for the day so he can make extra money.

 

At the East Harbor, Embrey garnishes a friendly reputation that erodes some of the stereotypes affiliated with the poor and impoverished who can’t afford a living in the city by the bay. Whatever the future holds for Embrey, it appears with his two friends near him and a metal shopping cart filled with uncertainty, that the world will still shine bright another day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bob Embrey

Embrey spends a lot of his time smoking, reading, and collecting cans and bottles for recycling.

Author: Chris Bjork

31 Responses to "Bob Embrey: San Francisco’s homeless dog sitter"

  1. Diane Blandina  April 7, 2016 at 8:53 am

    Mr. Bjork, I understand your sympathy for the homeless. And I too agree that a pet can often lift the spirits of a homeless person. BUT you did not do your homework with regard to THIS situation. The situation with these two dogs is not what it appears. These dogs are part of a group of 11 newfoundlands that originally found themselves living in a car with their homeless owners. The breeders of some of these dogs have been trying to get them back for the safety of the dogs. One of the dogs you have in your picture is pregnant. Newfoundlands do not whelp well on their own. There is a very good chance that this bitch will die in whelp on the streets of San Francisco. And who will care for those puppies? This man is pet sitting these two dogs for another homeless couple who have had some issue with the law. This is not what it appears and you did a huge disservice to these poor dogs by not reporting the truth. Newfoundland dogs are not dogs that will do well in the california heat and living on the streets. They require much care. And I can tell just from looking at them in this picture that they are in need of care. This is not the right breed of dog for a homeless person and the owners are being selfish and irresponsible for not allowing the many groups and people who have tried to help them find good home for these dogs. Please be more careful and do a bit more research before you print your articles in the future.

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  2. T. Hill  April 7, 2016 at 9:12 am

    While Newfoundlands are excellent companion dogs, they are not low maintenance. As a giant breed dog, they are high risk for many problems. Your article failed to mention the homeless owners also have a newfoundland that appears to have a torn ACL and is unable to walk and the owner’s refuse or are unable to take this poor dog into the vet. Newfoundlands require constant grooming to keep them free of mats, which helps keep other skin problems from developing. As can also be seen on another one of the newfoundlands kept by this homeless couple that now has large balding spots, making this dog susceptible to other problems. I have seen many homeless people take great care of their dogs but Newfoundlands are a heavily coated, giant working breed that require a lot of time and effort to keep them healthy and happy. These poor dogs deserve better than the life they are currently living.

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  3. Erin L  April 7, 2016 at 11:16 am

    Sorry Chris, we know you had good intentions looking for a light fluffy story, but there is so much more to this one. Animal Control and dog rescue groups have been pleading with this man and the dog owners for well over a year to get proper care for these dogs. The owner has 9 dogs living in two RVs, one has a torn ACL and a horrible limp, two are furrless and now one is pregnant. She will die having her babies if she does not get proper medical care. They should not be tied to a cart, bench, or fence all day. These dogs need a home and someone who can provide what they need and not hide them away on federal land doing the bare minimum of what the law requires. Absolutely not okay.

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  4. Tricia  April 7, 2016 at 11:18 am

    I have a great deal of sympathy for the homeless, having volunteered at Boston’s Pine Street Inn, the largest shelter in inner city Boston for many years. However, the homeless are not homeless because they make good judgements in life choices for themselves and their animal companions. The owners of these dogs have not provided for their needs for safety and shelter except to the most basic of standards required by law. They move from site to site, tether of chain the dogs when they are allowed out of the confines of their small RV, and it shows in the condition these dogs are in physically. Perhaps your next piece should highlight how these dogs actually live instead of glorifying the ‘care’ given to them by someone who is only ‘sitting’ for them so they aren’t injured by the other 9 dogs in the motorhome. A better piece would be “Owner surrenders dogs no longer able to live the life they deserve.”

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  5. Carol  April 7, 2016 at 3:04 pm

    First of all let me say I am not a member of any breed club nor am I associated with animal control or any animal rights group. I do live in Northern California though and am well acquainted with an ongoing problem involving a large number of Newfoundland dogs that have been cared for by a couple of homeless people for the past number of months in the area of San Francisco. And–I use the term “cared for” in a very loose context. My husband and I have owned Newfoundlands for many years. They are not what I would classify as a “low maintenance” breed of dog. They are often expensive & as a giant dog can have big health problems.The writer of this article seems to be trying to present this as what I call a human interest story—but one of the first rules of journalism is to do your research on the subject you are writing about. Mr. Bjork may have looked into the subject of the homeless man who is babysitting dogs, but he only touched the surface of his subject. I would suggest a bit more investigative journalism and then he might have a truly outstanding article. I am certainly not against homeless people having a dog and I can understand someone finding themselves in adverse circumstances and not wanting to give up their beloved companion(s). At a certain point in time, though, you have to do what is right for the greater good. Dig deeper Mr. Bjork. Then you will find your real story.

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  6. xpat  April 7, 2016 at 5:32 pm

    Thank you for this story, Chris. I know these dogs and from what I have personally observed, they are well cared for, see the vet when needed, are adequately exercised and seem to deal with the unfortunate (and hopefully temporary) situation their owners find themselves in rather well. I am not sure what people are talking about regarding pregnancy and torn cruciates, but that is the first I hear of it and I see these dogs every week. (Cruiciate tears are of course treated in different ways, depending on the type and age of the dog etc, and some dog owners prefer to go the non-surgical route, but I digress) My dogs mean the world to me and I generally like dogs a whole lot more than people. If I thought that these dogs were not well taken care of, I would be the first to raise a huge fuss. However, from what I have seen, the owners do absolutely anything to keep them safe, healthy and happy despite living in crammed quarters, and they are doing a good job. I am a little dismayed that the comments above seem to go the direction of: “people without permanent homes should have certain types of dogs” but definitely not pure-bred newfies. Really?!? I really hope that none of you will find yourself in a situation where things go terribly wrong, and when you’re really down on your luck and have little power to defend yourself people will spread rumors about you and try to take your dogs away! A little less venom and a little more empathy can go a long way.

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  7. Jan Curtis DVM  April 7, 2016 at 6:25 pm

    There are certainly two sides to ever story, but this is a story that has been going on and on and on. Mr Bjorn has not done his research or a service to anyone when it comes to this “fluff story” about a homeless man and these unfortunate animals. And the dogs are suffering the brunt of emotional and environmental abuse. “Empathy” and “less venom” has been attempted to no avail. Everything that has been said previously is true and accurate. Pregnant newfoundlands seldom have puppies unassisted, and cleanliness and sanitation are imperative to the well-being of the mother and puppies. Do you really think that these individuals are able to manage the sometimes 24 – 36 hour commitment of whelping, then the next 8 weeks of rearing a litter of puppies? There have been too many offers of help and assistance by kind, caring individuals…..the “owners” of the dog have responded with anger & belligerence. If people didn’t care, why would they be trying so hard to remedy this deplorable situation.

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  8. Bib  April 7, 2016 at 7:03 pm

    This is Bob, the man in the article. I don’t own no computer so this is kind of dictated. You haters should be ashamed. These dogs are really well taken care of. All of the owners dogs are. They ain’t pregnant but a woman named MAYA WALKER tried to buy them from me for 500. Not for sale. None of them got health issues except Andrew who is 11. Can’t be helped. He got to use proper words degenerative joint disease in his left elbow. His hips is bad. He got paralysis in the throat. He got something called DM. So he walks with a limp. With all that just a limp. He swims miles a day in the Bay with his owner. So where you get your lies. Shameful. You want truth you come visit me. Right across from St Francis Yatch Club. I’ll be here.

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  9. Donna Mazzenga  April 7, 2016 at 7:51 pm

    Bob, what happens to the dogs if the weather is bad, too hot, raining and storming or if you have to take care of yourself or if you are ill? Living on the street with these types of dogs is not fair to them as others have pointed out. Do they get veterinary care? How do you plan on taking care of baby Newfs and give them sanitary area when they are born?

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  10. Newfie mom  April 7, 2016 at 8:28 pm

    XPAT, you say you see them every week? That must be very difficult since your info says you live in SAudi Arabia? I’m very confused. Do you fly to SFO every week? To be very clear, no one is bashing homeless people. And I for one have no problem with a homeless person having a dog. But a homeless person with that many giant breed dogs is a serious problem. Newfies are very expensive to own. Even people with great income can’t afford to care for that many newfs.

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  11. Lynne  April 7, 2016 at 11:51 pm

    Bob?I’ll stop by next week when I’m back in SF. People aren’t upset with you but the two owners. If Andrew is as bad as you say,he needs quality vet care that his owners can’t provide at this time in their lives. It’s highly unlikely a newf with LP,DM and DJD is swimming miles a day in the bay. It’s a great way to give him aspiration pneumonia! If they truely cared and were concerned about them they would accept the help of people who want to help. You must find it a daunting task taking care of two Newfoundlands living on the street. Do you have the tools to groom them properly to avoid matting and take care of the shedding that is occurring now. As you have probably discovered newfs require an enormous amount of time for maintence. It’s not fair to any of these animals to be living like this.

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  12. Roger  April 8, 2016 at 4:31 am

    Bad idea. The owners are within 100 yards at all times. They groom the dogs, take them to the vet, and provide all their care. They’ve had enough of you people. Just a word of advice.

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  13. Newfie mom  April 8, 2016 at 7:09 am

    Roger, I’m a bit confused? You say the owners are within a 100 yards of them at all times. And yet the article states that two of them, at least, have been away from the owners for 10 months? Also, being a newfie mom myself, I know when a dog has been groomed or not and those two girls have clearly NOT been groomed in a very long time. So I”m not sure where your statement’s are coming from as they clearly are false based on the article itself. And I’m not sure the publisher’s of this article would be okay with threats towards their readers. YIKES!

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  14. Roger  April 8, 2016 at 9:47 am

    Bob only baby sits when girls are in season and only during the day. All their dogs live with them otherwise. None of the girls are pregnant.

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  15. xpat  April 8, 2016 at 10:20 am

    @newfie mom. Hello from Saudi Arabia! Saudi Arabia??? I’ve heard Oakland referred to as a lot of things but Saudi Arabia is not one of them. I think I messed up when I logged into this site: apologies for the confusion. But back to the topic at hand. I don’t have newfies myself but understand costs to care for them. That is why a few of my friends and I, one being a veterinarian btw, are helping these guys out with whatever is needed for the dogs. I really appreciate that everyone is so concerned about these dogs: we are too, and that’s why we’re doing what we can to help. Again, I really do see them every week (in fact was over there last night) and I am not sure where the cruciate tear and pregnancy rumors are coming from: neither are true from what i know. Practice kindness, please! It is stressful enough having lost everything: lets stop the bullying of the owners AND of Bob!

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  16. xpat  April 8, 2016 at 10:28 am

    @jan curtis: I know nothing about whelping etc. And being active in the dog rescue world, I am in fact not all that fond of breeders. Do I think that they could handle a commitment like that? I don’t know. But this seems to be a non-issue because none of the dogs is pregnant. Maybe we need to look at where all these rumors are coming from?

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  17. Carol  April 8, 2016 at 1:18 pm

    I am waiting for a response to all these comments from the writer of this article. After all, he started the ball rolling. I don’t think that Mr. Bjork realized what a can of worms he was opening –but now it is up to him to forge on and look at both sides of this story. It is great that Bob is doing dog sitting to supplement his income, but what about the dog side of the story. And–I would like to know more about the people who own these Newfoundlands. How in the world do they manage living in an RV with several huge dogs (this wasn’t mentioned in the article but is pretty common knowledge and should have been picked up on by the reporter) ? I can’t help but wonder about the expenses for feeding them and Vet care. In the comments written by “Bib” he mentions that one of the older dogs has multiple orthopedic and neurological disorders. We just went through a 6 month period of time where we spent close to $5,000 caring for a dog who had degenerative disc disease. My husband & I are both semi-retired so it wasn’t easy to afford that. We are not people with a big income–but we do love our Newfoundlands. Roger says the owners are always present—so they should be easy to locate for a follow-up to this article.

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  18. Liza  April 8, 2016 at 1:37 pm

    You guys do know this reporter lives in DENVER, right? This is a Denver school paper, and he and the photographer were out finding features stories on people for a class. He should reach out and do a follow up, but it’s not like he can quickly run by the owner’s RV and do foot work.

    He did a good profile and snapshot of Embrey. Hopefully a decent article can be done from phone calls, but I’m not sure it can be done.

    @Carol, I actually read this paper and live in Denver, so I’ll get to see if the writer writes a follow up. Maybe you should send him some contact info?

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  19. Carol  April 8, 2016 at 2:40 pm

    Thanks Liza–I do realize this is a university publication–a good learning experience for the reporter to do a follow-up. Since it looks like the reporter personally interviewed Bob, I thought he might be someone living in the Bay Area and taking on-line courses. I have bookmarked this website & will check it for a follow-up article. I am hesitant to leave further info since a person who identifies himself as “Roger” made a veiled threat against people who are commenting.

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  20. Steve Haigh  April 8, 2016 at 3:42 pm

    Thank you to everyone who has weighed in on Chris Bjork’s story at mymetmedia.com. As the director of Met Media, I can attest to the contributions your remarks have made to Chris’ learning experience and to that of the dozens of students who work in my office to develop their skills as journalists and broadcasters.

    Stay tuned. Chris is working on a follow-up story, albeit from Denver. If you are willing to send me the owners’ contact information by private message, I promise to pass the info to Chris so he can dig deeper as you suggest. My email is shaigh@msudenver.edu.

    Chris and his fellow students were in San Francisco for four days in late March as part of an MSU Denver course called “Social Documentary.” I encourage you to read the other stories from SF on mymetmedia.com, including profiles of Patrick Sheerin, owner of Bay Harbor Auto Service; Joanne M. Hayes-White, chief of the SF Fire Department; and Dan Zelinsky, who takes care of Musée Mécanique, just to name a few.

    Find them at mymetmedia.com/category/the-metropolitan/features/

    Our best to all of you. Another group of our students will be back next spring.

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  21. James Pliley  April 8, 2016 at 3:43 pm

    My name is Jim if it matters. I really can’t believe all of these slanderous comments about my friends dogs and their living situation. I personally know this couple more than anyone in my life.
    To start with since it has been left out of these comments. Both of these beautiful people are professionals that made very good money. Unfortunately due to his wife’s medical condition. The husband and wife had to give up there jobs to take care of his wife. Before her condition deteriorated they had a big house in Marin with a huge back yard for the babies.
    I refer to their dogs as babies because that is how they are treated. There have only been two babies that needed medical attention since I have known then. I rode to the vet with the wife both times and the babies were treated successfully with medication. That is with this couple going without so they could take care of their babies. They both say all the time dogs come first. These dogs are all healthy and happy. They have huge fields to walk and play in. Then they have the bay to swim in. What more could a newfie ask for. We had four of them in the bay yesterday just having a blast.
    Something I left out is I’m the owner of the second RV. Medical conditions brought me to this point as well. I’m a Vietnam vet that is currently going through treatment for liver cancer. I have three babies myself, the boys. Two of them are Tibetan mastiffs my two-year old had a nasty skin infection. He has been seen by a couple of vets , gone through multiple courses of antibiotics. He gets medical attention daily as instructed by the vets. He is happy and full of love. I refuse to give up on him and will continue to treat him daily. Then I have a Minpin as well.
    I have been in the hospital for an extended period of time twice already. My surgeons plan is to go in and cut this tumor out the first week of next month. Every time I have been in the hospital this beautiful couple have taken care of my boys and RV for me.
    We are currently looking for a house with property for the babies. None of us enjoy this living situation. To have people who don’t know what we are going through make comments like this drives us all to tears.
    This couple have had newfies all their lives. They do not have children so the dogs really are their babies.
    If there is anyone out there who is willing to not criticize us without knowing the facts. We could really use some encouragement and help.

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  22. Newfy Lover  April 8, 2016 at 5:37 pm

    James: Steve and Cara were offered help many, many times. Instead of accepting such offers, they react by attacking, threatening, slandering, ridiculing. And lying. Oh so many lies. He has even created fake profiles on social media platforms to support his lies. He has done so right here on this page as well. The profile called “Bob” for example.
    If they really love their dogs, they should want what’s best for the the dogs. And they should accept one of the many offers they have received to help the dogs.
    If it is true that you know them well, then help them. Help them by telling them: SAY ‘YES’ TO THOSE OFFERS OF HELP. Find a solution, at least a temporary one, for the dogs, by accepting those offers of help.

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  23. Rebecca S  April 8, 2016 at 5:49 pm

    Jim, please don’t beleive their lies. Did they tell you why they are homeless? I doubt they told you the truth. Here it is:

    ‘OPEN LETTER

    ‘We were begged last December to help S. Sayad and Cara Drogus and their eleven Newfoundlands plus a Tibetan Mastiff who were being evicted from their rented premises

    ‘They claimed to have no resources and were effectively destitute, In spite of past disputes we were distressed by their plight and concerned for the dogs so we took them in, however the arrangement was temporary and it was understood by all that they were to make strenuous efforts to find permanent accommodation and employment.

    ‘During the last three months we have discovered examples of identity theft and fraudulent transactions on various bank and other card accounts where the beneficiary of the transactions was S. Sayad.

    ‘The police are investigating the fraudulent charges on our accounts and those of our permanent tenant on the property that began showing up within weeks after S. Sayad and Cara Drogus were allowed on the property.

    ‘As a consequence S. Sayad, Cara Drogus were advised that they could no longer enjoy our generosity and compassion for their situation as they had abused their position and they were advised that they would have to leave our facility.

    ‘Upon being advised of our hurt and disappointment as to the manner in which they had abused our kindness S. Sayad became very angry and threatening and clearly was going to malign us in any way he could based on inaccurate and/or distorted information

    ‘Rest assured our dogs are much loved and cared for. We have vet records to prove that they have received appropriate care especially those as they enter old age.

    ‘Ours is a licensed boarding kennel and as such our premises undergo rigorous and frequent inspections and have passed every time with flying colors. Furthermore we have yet again for another year been awarded the title of Best Kennels and Best Daycare Facility in the Napa Valley.

    ‘We are happy and proud to invite any and all to visit our facility and see for themselves the pets in our care

    ‘We are very sorry that Mr. Sayad has chosen this course of attack as he has frequently threatened us and others with lawsuits and libelous statements on social media, but the saddest part in all of this is that these 12 innocent dogs are suffering the consequences of Mr. Sayad’s chosen path. In spite of his past behavior we provided a place for the dogs to stay and be cared for for 3 months when no one else would at great expense to us.

    ‘The best thing for these dogs would be to be placed in loving homes.

    ‘The last report received concerning S. Sayad, Cara Drogus the eleven Newfoundlands and the Tibetan Mastiff is that they are all “living” out of two cars in the San Francisco area. Clearly their irresponsible behavior is affecting their dogs

    ‘Phyllis and Alan Parker

    Ps pass this on It can only help’

    (Written in 2015)

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  24. Patty O'Furniture  April 8, 2016 at 8:01 pm

    Just so many unanswered questions. Xpat…keeping them safe and healthy, what were they doing when Animal Control took them away a year ago? Was that random? Was that just out of the blue? Bullying…interesting choise of words.
    Bib…Andrew is 11 with various health problems, how is it that he’s just fine climbing in and out of a motor home everyday. Those steps are steep and a crippled dog might have problems with that.
    Roger…stfu.
    Xpat…again. The pregnancy rumors came from…wait for it…Bob. Bob said, “she’s pregnant”. So perhaps a little community meeting is in order, huh? They may have lost “everything” as you say. But they made that bed and now they’re lying in it.
    James, Jim. Your plight as a veteran is sad and not unusual as we know this country treats its veterans poorly, but…where do we start. Let’s start with the wife’s medical condition. This condition that she’s been running a GoFundMe for. I’m not sure what she’s suffering from, but the girl can haul jugs of water like no one’s business. So many and so often. It was impressive, I mean right after spinal surgery to get out there and haul shit like a mule. I hope the medical journals are pounding down her door right now. She actually would have needed to have a job ito quit, by the way. As for me, if I were terminally ill, my husband would probably work three jobs to make sure I had the care and comforts I needed. He wouldn’t sit on his ass while I walked 9 dogs and hauled jugs of water. The big house in Marin you spoke of, was actually a tiny shit box in Mill Valley that they were evicted from. But I digress, The facts, sir, are what you lack. There is a long history behind all of this, and the unfortunate situation they found themselves in, was caused by them and them alone.

    Who knew that there was so much internet access in Crissy Field?

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  25. James Pliley  April 8, 2016 at 8:56 pm

    Nothing ever came of Alan Parkers allegations. Maybe he was covefi g his own animal abuse and business fraud. Show me what became of his claims. I’ll wait.

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  26. James Pliley  April 8, 2016 at 9:04 pm

    I’ll tell you one thing Party I’,Furniture. You are a trolling coward to hide behind an alias and attack others. Maybe you are just jealous of the stellar pedigrees of their Beaches, all of whom I interact with everyday and none of which you have ever even seen in person.

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  27. Mary G  April 8, 2016 at 10:01 pm

    Oh Steve, “Jane crenna”? How many different names are you using on this page now – half a dozen?

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  28. newfymom  April 9, 2016 at 7:12 am

    Hey hot shot blowhard Lawyer…why don’t you get a job and take care of your dogs and Cara! Karma’s a bitch isn’t it Steve.

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  29. Almost Sane  April 9, 2016 at 7:15 am

    More lies and sock puppet personalities from a malignant, narcissistic, sociopath who continues to obsfucate and deflect his rage on those that know he is the single source of all his misfortunes. He has never been forthright in accepting that all of the past actions which contributed to his current situation are a direct result of his own inability to live within the rules that others do, that laws specify and that he sneers at because “he is special.” He has had many offers of help to recitfy his woes, which he rejects because he gets some perverted secondary gains from being non-compliant with any limits imposed on him, legal, employment, rental, and organizational. He (and his pathetically co-dependent wife) are not victims, they are volunteers in his oppositionally defiant endgame. Everyone who points these pathologies out will become ‘the enemy’ because he can’t accept responsibility for his own folly.

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  31. Summer Love  August 28, 2016 at 11:56 pm

    I saw Cara yesterday. For someone supposedly dying of cancer she is remarkably spry. The stories I hear of her drug addiction, and knowing drug addicts ability to lie convincingly make me believe that Sayad has been taken for a ride by a master manipulator. His rage at the world, his inability to understand the consequences of his own actions towards his circumstances makes it all the more horrible. I only hope he has the decency to spare the dogs for what must be an upcoming murder/suicide. No one would blame him. What does he have to live for other than his rage. Sad. Sad Sayad.

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