Can you ride a Segway scooter on the sidewalks of San Francisco?
No, you cannot as it’s agin the Law.
First, it was all like this, with the Stars and Stripes and the Bear Flag flying over the Kink.Com Armory, you know, along with a couple other flags, like San Francisco’s very own Screaming Chicken and a seasonal one, like a Rainbow Flag for Gay Pride Month and a French tricolour for Bastille Day, that kind of thing.
This has been the case for years and years:
But now, having to do with the spread of infectious disease, Kink.Com is extremely pissed off at certain governmental entities and is therefore threatening to move away.
The proof of that is this – those are black, K-for-Kink flags on the left there:
I was trying to say the same thing here but ppl didn’t believe me, so now you’ve got this new shot of the four current flags plus a Google Maps shot from a few months back..
My work is done here.
(And Kink, why not just move to Nevada if you want to move to Nevada?)
As seen in the Bay Area:
I knew a guy who took a test from a “scientologist” back when they were at 7th and Market, you know, back in the day. It had about 150 true/false questions. After grading it, the junior scientologist wrote “NEEDS SEVERE COUNSELING” on it in red. And I thought, no, I don’t think that’s what you mean.
But maybe it was. IDK.
Here’s how things looked back in the aughts when They were working Market Street:
In March 2009, Public Works initiated the conceptual planning phase for the skate park by meeting with the community and the designer, Newline Skateparks, Inc. Guided by community input, Newline presented three design concepts to the community in April 2009. Meeting attendees requested the designer fuse selected features from each concept into one final design and in May 2009, Newline presented the final skate park design to the community.”
What’s the tone here?
“Miles Barquin of Union City gets excited about her new iPhone 4S at the Apple store in Palo Alto on Oct. 13, 2011. (Gary Reyes / Mercury News)”
I can’t tell.
(Waiter, I’ll have what she’s having.)
Boy, I wish my cell phone had Siri.*
At first glance, the “wrap” on this Golden Gate Park shuttle van allowed it to blend in with all the nearby Victorians. Imagine my surprise when I noticed it moving!
I was like, “AHAHAHAHA … remarkable!“
Boy, you got me good, RPD.
“Just got back from a church bazaar. Who calls a children’s game ‘corn hole?’”
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I won’t even tell you what was happening on the very same day, the last Sunday of July, on nearby Dore Alley…