In what is becoming a seeming rite of passage to out-of-town millennials who move to SF for the lure of tech riches but come face to face with the less-privileged, after living in SF for almost three years, this shmoe just can't take it anymore. So the sensible thing would be to move back to Schenectady, or Cuyoga Falls, or wherever he came from. Newsflash - California, SF in particular (but not only) is known for its collection of homeless, vagrants, misfits, outsiders, miscreants, nonconformists, addicts, and all other stripes of people who don't fit in elsewhere, can't live anywhere else, and have finally found something like a home here. Santa Cruz, Berkeley, Santa Barbara, LA - they're everywhere. and always have been since the days of the Gold Rush - and maybe before, as the earliest chronicle of SF in the first decades of the 19th century make it clear that it was not exactly the cream of the crop who came here to settle the pre-Golden State Golden State. And I hope that SF and California always has a place for people who can't fit in elsewhere. Its a city with a big heart, and no amount of tech money and mushrooming housing prices should change that, as it is all just one dot-com crash or recession away from leveling out, and bringing some well deserved hubris down to earth.