Posts Tagged ‘144’

Here’s What Dinesh D’Souza’s “The Big Lie” Book Looks Like at Frisco’s Only Costco

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

This scene is notable since he apparently went to a store to set up an Instagram-worthy tableau for the benefit of his Twitter Followers, only to be mocked for it.

The IRL isn’t as grand, oh well:

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Perhaps he’ll yammer against Costco and Google again, who knows…

SoMA Costco Update: When Your Comfort Animal Needs Its Own Comfort Animal

Friday, July 21st, 2017

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The Best Grocery Bags Ever Return to Costco #144

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

Four giant bags, two styles, $5.99

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NORTHERN CALIFORNIA they say, in case you forget where you’re at

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Edleeite: Official Google Results for Frisco Costco Displays Broken Auto Glass – Street Crime at Warehouse #144 in SoMA

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

I’ve never seen as much broken glass upon the Streets of San Francisco as I’ve seen in this year, 2016, so far. The current level is redolent of the late 80’s / early 90’s, IMO.

So try it, Gentle Reader. Google yourself for “Costco 144.” You get this:

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And that leads to this:

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Oh well.

The Largest Stuffed Animal at Costco #144 in SoMA is Only 93″ Tall? Presenting the $280, 48-Pound “HugFun” Bear

Friday, November 6th, 2015

Or $189? I couldn’t tell if I was looking at the right sign.

Here it is:

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Now let’s talk pros and cons:

“Pros: It’s a giant bear!”

“Cons: Will not fit in a normal size car”

Oh, and be sure to see if this critter will fit into your lifestyle.

Happy Christmas!

The New, Reuseable Costco Shopping Bags are Here! – Huge! – $1.50 Each – International Orange – Puts Frisco On the Map

Tuesday, August 11th, 2015

A four-pack costs $5.99.

These replace the famous green ones. Two sets of handles, Golden Gate Bridge motif, NORTHERN CALIFORNIA on the side.

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Oh what a day. 

What a lovely day!

An Unlocked Bike Parked in the Costco #144 Parking Lot is Probably Safer Than a Locked Bike Parked in the Rest of SoMA

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

Like this unlocked bike, for instance.

It didn’t get stolen from the trusting owner for at least an hour

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(Of course, this is the very same parking lot where that lady got carjacked and stuffed into the trunk of her large Infiniti sedan only to be released unharmed in the East Bay.)

Leaning Tower of Spam, Costco #144

Monday, June 2nd, 2014

I’ve seen higher:

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OMG, 49ers Quarterback COLIN KAEPERNICK to Appear at Our Local Costco #144 on Wed, May 14th!

Monday, May 5th, 2014

(Well, here’s the latest on the situation over in Florida that the MusclePharm people were so worried about.)

Now it’s on with the show, the road show, see?

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And let’s see what the Yelpers have to say about this particular Costco sto:

“I love Costco! Here’s why..

1.) Best return policy- no questions asked!

2.) Lowest price without compromising the quality.

3.) Health score of 100/100! Beat that!

4.) Best hotdog you can get for only $1.50! That’s including soda.

5.) Costco’s travel deals are the best! Nobody can beat it. 

6.) Caucasian guy at the cashier who always wears Hawaiian shirt and speaks like 10 different languages. 

7.) Convenient – location, parking etc”

And oh, if I can read the fine print, you can too, but anyway, just saying this whole deal is members only. So if you’re not among the first 300 Costco members in line, you won’t be getting anywhere near CK. (One assumes the MP people* want you to queue up for hours and hours, you know, to create a frisson non?) Fair warning.

*6’1″ and 230 pounds – why do those stats seem familiar? Put me in, coach!

“Seattle vs. San Francisco” – NFC Championship-Themed Chocolate Cake at Costco #144 is Surprisingly Noncommittal

Sunday, January 19th, 2014

It’s almost as if Costco were based in the Seattle area…

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I was looking for a novelty cake with flava, perhaps a peeing Calvin, you know, something to really give the business to Seattle

Alas.