Of course there are pros and cons to the proposed sugar tax you’ll get a chance to vote on in November
“Friday Night Markets in Civic Center! Because what mid-market needs is $13 cocktails, $8 cans of beer, $6 coors light”
And here’s his photo:
Of course “craft beer” is defined as either:
2. Beer that’s been marked up 1000% by middlemen
(Man, the URL for Friday Night Market sure is hard to get to.)
My point is that any street crime happening anywhere near UN Plaza during the next eight or nine Fridays will be attributed to the night market, right? Just as with Pride Weekend, right?
“Venture out to the United Nations Plaza (8th St. and Market St.) for The Night Market, an exciting urban evening experience. The Night Market will feature food, fashion trucks, entertainment and arts/crafts. The event will be held every Friday night starting this Friday, September 5 and ending October 24 from 4:00pm – 9:00pm.”
So we’ll see how this one goes. (I wonder if they’ll run this on the night of Halloween 2014.)
Anyway, this certainly is a bold move – I’m glad I’m not responsible for running this event…
As seen in SF:
Generic soda at Lucky costs about $2 a gallon. Prop E would raise that to about $4.50 a gallon, more than gasoline is these days, not that I care.
First they came for the cigarettes, and I did not speak out—
Because I am not a smoker.
Then they came for the gasoline, and I did not speak out—
Because I don’t spend much on gasoline, usually less than $1000 per year .
Then they came for the sugary soda, and I did not speak out—
Because I don’t drink sugary soda – too sweet.
But if they come for refreshing Diet Cherry Coke, there will be no one left to speak for me. Oh well.
Bon appetit, bon courage…
The Duboce Truck Stop has been “coming soon” for a while now:
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The Yelpers don’t know what to make of this place.
As seen in the Western Addition:
Wiki notes that the term “Third World” is “less preferred” these days…
Learning to match the beat of the Old World Man
Learning to catch the heat of the Third World Man
Trying to save the day for the Old World Man
Trying to pave the way for the Third World Man