San Francisco Loves Again: F*CK MORMONS Banner Removed

Things were a little hateful around the area of 606 Sanchez Street in San Francisco a few days back when people could see a large, fuchsia “F*CK MORMONS” banner from all around. While some caution against starting a holy war, others aren’t as circumspect.

The whole affair is still the talk of the town.

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via Daniel R (MisterDarcy)’s photostream

But lo, the offending message got taken down lickedy-split post-haste, even on a quasi holiday. Here’s the same scene from this afternoon: 

See? The houseboat house is now message-free. Credit for getting the sign down might go to Michael Thomas, a blogfather who seems to have a lot of pull in the area.

[UPDATE: Joe Vazquez burns the shoe leather and basically confirms the above here, but he also garners a flurry of quotes from the engineer in question.]

On to new bidness, the next big rally. They’re calling it the Million Gay March, or something. It should be under sunny skies, regardless.

No on Prop 8 Rally
When: November 15, 2008 – Saturday, 10:30 a.m.
Where: City Hall, San Francisco
What: Protest against Prop 8

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4 Responses to “San Francisco Loves Again: F*CK MORMONS Banner Removed”

  1. Mr. Blue says:

    Dude, read your sources before posting sh*t.

    “See? The houseboat house is now message-free. Credit for getting the sign down might go to Michael Thomas, a blogfather who seems to have a lot of pull in the area.”

    Michael Thomas was the owner of the place who put the sign up.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Dude, I IS the source.

    Michael Thomas was the owner of the place who put the sign up and Michael Thomas got the sign down.

  3. Luis says:

    too bad the sign is down. I think it should be put back up now. That sign puts out only a miniscule fraction of hate compared to the active hate spreading tactics of those cult freaks.