A Sacrilege on McAllister Street – One or the Other

Prominent San Francisco landmark St. Ignatius Church at the University of San Francisco on Fulton Street has been around almost a hundred years, which is a long time for our town. But the view of these Catholic missile silos  from the Leave-It-To Beaver section of McAllister Street is now ruined by this loud Crayola house.

Sic transit gloria San Francisco:  

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But if that doesn’t boil your blood, how about this sign from a couple houses over for tout le Monde to see?

There’s your sacrilege, one or the other.

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3 Responses to “A Sacrilege on McAllister Street – One or the Other”

  1. Andrew says:

    That house has been there awhile actually. I think I first noticed it about a year or so ago. The sad part is that it kind of looks like a nice, modern design but it’s got the color scheme of a Trapper Keeper from 1992.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Well the sun must have been right when I passed by cause the garish colors on the house really stood out. And the Obama sign – that stood out as well.