Brian O'Neill, the long-time Superintendent of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, died last week from complications from heart surgery. Brian was beloved by thousands, in part because his primary mission at the park was "friendraising": he tried everyday to build new friendships for the park, and he was very successful at it. He will be sorely missed by many.
Friday, May 22, 2009
Except the irresponsible dog owners. Almost immediately they began posting negative, disgusting comments on his obituary, and now have created their own offensive and tasteless statement on Brian's passing:
This disgusting act of hatred is why dog owners are given a bad name in San Francisco. They should be forced to apologize not only for Brian's legacy, but also for what they've done to set back the hard work we've done to keep our dogs safe in the City.