San Francisco has a population of 864,000 (56% of Philadelphia's), and a metro area population of 4,656,000 (77.5% of Philadelphia's), making them the 11th largest metro area.
As anyone can tell you, they are very different cities geographically, historically, and culturally. One of the few things they have in common is that they both have whiskey festivals. One is controlled by unelected, unqualified bureaucrats who decide what the entire state is allowed to buy; the other is guided by the free market, where access to new and different products in response to consumer demand is the norm.
|Which Whiskey Fest would you rather be at?|
No PLCB means better selection: PERIOD. Full privatization is the only way it can be had. Accept no substitutes.