The Out Of Service one has been Out Of Service for MONTHS AND MONTHS.
Half the bathroom = half the work, more or less
All what’s left at 776 Market as of last night.
“I came in one time thinking they were having a sale b/c they were going out of business (there was a large sign posted outside.) When I asked when they were closing, they said they weren’t, and pointed out that the sign had the word “below” printed in small letters on top of the words “going out of business sale prices” (the word “below” was in such small print, it was too hard to see while driving by.) When I commented that I thought the sign was misleading, the owner – or whoever – became extremely hostile and started yelling at me (stuff like “what’s wrong w/ your eyes, can’t you see the word “below” is printed there, what’s misleading about that?”) I mean, it was really, really clear that the sign was intended to give the initial impression that the place is going out of business — anyone could see that.”
Hey, how far away from here is Bridgeway Gas?
I’m struggling to see the point of this exercise [but see this link from Richard in the Comments section.]
What’s that area pols? You “support the ADA” and similar laws in CA, but you hate hate hate the lawyers whose clients sue your constituents under the ADA and similar laws in CA?
That’s not too coherent.
(Six by Six, the Number of the Beast.)
The shrouding is now gone so feast your eyes upon Frisco’s newest shopping mall, 6×6 (The password for this site is amazonsucks, you know, possibly, just guessing here.)
Apparently, this glass box is going to Change Everything in Mid-Market.
Oh, here’s something, written by an out-of-towner who has no fucking idea what we’re dealing with here:
“Planned for a neglected center city block, Market Street Place aims to transform an economically underutilized area into a lively, safe and shopper-friendly neighborhood. This urban project will showcase five levels of retail, totaling 230,000 square feet. The façade combines layers of clear and translucent glass with mirror patterning that will capture fragmented images of the street life while giving a peek into the development’s interior activities. The exposed inner workings of the building are aimed at helping restore and revitalize the streetscape.”
Streetscape? Prose like this gags, non? When this place gets torn down and replaced, the new architect will talk about how terrible it was. Not that it is, but really it’s just a building, right? It’s not going to affect the situation on the ground all that much, right?
Anyway, we’ll see.
And then you head to the website and it’s all, “As a LoveSac Member…”
As seen on Market somewhere:
And I’m like, “Heh, you said ‘member.'”
Oh, as seen on TV.
Bonus: Happy Fun Slander* via Yelp:
This store and brand is a huuuuge waste of money. The mark-up is ridiculous. It may cost them 50-75 TOPS to make these BEAN BAGS that are made with “Memory Foam” but they sell them for upwards to a thousand bucks. Not to mention the Manager is extremely obnoxious and the associates are purranas. They tell you the couches have a lifetime warranty when in fact each little piece to the couch has about a 2 year warranty and the only thing that’s lifetime is the wood frame… Umm.. that’ll do me a lot of good. Save your money and time and go somewhere else.
*Potentially, you never know. And unless you’re super sure about all the deets, you should always say defamation, as that’s the umbrella term for libel and slander, mas or menos.
First Texas, and now this:
At this point, most people living in Frisco would welcome a business exodus to Scotland…
Bye Bye for noo
See ye efter
One supposes. Somewhere around Golden Gate Park?
Let’s see here, they just did their advertising deal with SFUSD.
And the Panhandle blacktop backboards, well they’re all shut down now, getting refurbished. See?
And the Oakland Warriors have been on a somewhat offensive charm offensive in Frisco lately, the better to do battle with these people, as the UCSF Mission Bay people wonder about their future.
I suppose we’ll just have to wait ’til September 10th…
For some reason, I associate coin-operated telescopes with coin-operated telephones.
Anyway, here’s a bidness opportunity for you!
Some things never change…