Mid-Market Update: Cut-Rate Groceries Sold on the Sidewalk – The Pink Bag Mafia is Back on 7th Street

Here are about ten sellers in a row this morning on the corner of 7th and Market in the heart of the corrupt Twitterloin.

Cream cheese was the order of the day:

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Appears as if San Francisco’s seniors have more than enough food, but not enough cold hard cash.

I inquired about Crispy Hexagons, but there was no reply.

No reply at all.

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2 Responses to “Mid-Market Update: Cut-Rate Groceries Sold on the Sidewalk – The Pink Bag Mafia is Back on 7th Street”

  1. jeff says:

    I don’t think they ever left, really. I see them every time I go to that corner…Sometimes at 7th and mission too in front of Subway

    The cops sometimes shoo them on, but they always come back

  2. Market_Walker says:

    Stop sometime and look what they are selling… its usually the free food handed out from Glide food bank. They even have what we used to call “welfare cheese” marked not for resell. Not saying they can’t sell it, just saying I wouldn’t buy it.