Posts Tagged ‘94115’
I don’t think sugar-anything would be a good name these days…
I mean, extremely. There’s no way they’d be hanging about the Western Addition like this, without a clue whether their next step is to the north, south, east, or west, but for Airbnb, or something like Airbnb.
Of course, some welcome this development and others don’t.
No matter, it’s an ongoing revolution
Bros on Geary:
Vision Zero is SFGov’s commitment to having MUNI bus drivers and other SFGov employees* stop killing pedestrians by the year 2024.
Why can’t the SFMTA just simply stop killing pedestrians right now in 2014?
The World Wonders…
*And, of course, everybody else in the world as well, but your odds of getting killed by one of those billions of non-SFGov employees is infinitesimally smaller than getting killed by an SFGov employee. The SFMTA could take steps right now for safety, steps that wouldn’t cost all that much money, but it simply doesn’t want to.
Mother Nature is slowly reclaiming Hamilton Recreation Center at 1960 Geary Boulevard in the 94115. See?
Welcome to the Land of Wind and Ghosts, San Francisco, CA:
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Some cities near Chernobyl, Ukraine were evacuated after Reaktor 4 had a “power excursion” causing the famous Mini Meltdown of 1986 (the one that threw up 400 times as much fallout as the bomb at Hiroshima.) Those ghost towns probably have similar scenes…
You know what makes you better than all those melon farmers out there? It’s the fact that you hang your hat every night in the City and County of San Francisco. That makes you special. To celebrate you, the California Academy of Sciences is offering free admission for you (and your neighbors). Just match up your zip code with the handy chart below, gather up the necessary proof of where you reside, and head on over to Golden Gate Park.
And the nice thing about this free admission program is that it probably won’t be as crowded as it sometimes gets on the third Wednesday of the month, when everyone gets in sans tariff.
Celebrated Missionites getting a little camera time in front of the green screen before entering the Cal Academy yesterday. Bide your time, your free day is coming:
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Thanks, Bank of America.
If you ever get the chance to wander about San Francisco’s prestigious Pacific Heights neighborhood before the garbage pickup crew gets there on a Thursday morning, you’ll have the treat of seeing which objets d’art didn’t make the cut that week.
Sic transit gloria IXCDXV:
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