First they try to move across the street from UCSF Mission Bay and now this:
Oh Joe, will you ever win?
Hey look, it’s Erick “Rockclub” Brown and his goat named Deer, straight outta the Florida Panhandle.
All the deets:
And you know People Magazine? Well they have a Pets Section now. It’s called “PeoplePets.” Srsly:
All right, let’s bid adieu, as Erick and Deer strut through a four-on-four pickup blacktop game in our Panhandle:
Take a look at the ballers – click to expand if necessary. They all have the same HEY-BRO-GET-OFF-THE-COURT-WHOA-A-GOAT EXPRESSION, IMO.
Bon courage, Erick
Bon courage, Deer
READER NOTES: Are you aware of the Growing Urban Goat Movement? Check it:
Sarah Hawkins breeds and sells a specific variety of miniature goats. “The Nigerian Dwarf can be for pets and for milk,” says Hawkins, “and for eating weeds – they’ll eat yellow star thistle.” Hawkins owns Castle Rock Farm in Vacaville. Most of her customers live in San Francisco, Berkeley and Oakland where it’s legal to keep goats in backyards.
And hey, you know who loves urban goats? SFGov, that’s who. Read up our even-toed ungulate laws here:
“Keeping two or less female goats on private property is legally allowed in San Francisco for the exclusive use of the owner’s family. Keeping more than two female goats or any number of male goats and other hoofed animals (e.g. Horse, mare, gelding, mule, burro, sheep, cow, etc) requires appropriate approval and stable permit according to the San Francisco Health Code. Goats can also be temporarily allowed on public projects for weed clearing and fire hazard abatement activities by special permit with the agency landowner.”
All the deets:
TONIGHT: COALITION GATHERS AT THE RAMP TO SUPPORT THE GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS’ SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
NBA Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy To Be Displayed At Tonight’s Event Hosted By Neighbors, Small Business Owners, Community Leaders
SAN FRANCISCO – Tonight Warriors Ground SF, a coalition of neighbors, small business owners, and community leaders, is partnering with the South Beach Mission Bay Business Association to host a special event supporting the 2015 NBA champion Golden State Warriors and their proposed sports and entertainment center.
Attendees will include fans and supporters who live or work near Mission Bay and South Beach. Newly appointed Golden State Warriors Arena Project Chief Operating Officer Stephen Collins will be on hand to conduct a Q&A with attendees, moderated by South Beach Mission Bay Business Association President Patrick Valentino.
***Guests will also have the opportunity to take a picture with the NBA Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy.***
WHAT: Community Event Supporting the Golden State Warriors’ Proposed Sports and Entertainment Center; Photo Op with Trophy
WHO: Stephen Collins, Chief Operating Officer of the Golden State Warriors Arena; Neighbors, Project Supporters
WHEN: TONIGHT, Wednesday, September 23, 2015, 6 p.m.
WHERE: The Ramp, 855 Terry A. Francois Blvd, San Francisco, CA
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About Warriors Ground SF
Warriors Ground SF is a neighborhood organization that brings together enthusiastic supporters of the Golden State Warriors’ mixed-use development project in Mission Bay – including community leaders, fans, business, labor, entertainment industry representatives and residents from across the entire city.
Our coalition is about more than just basketball. Warriors Ground SF has been made possible by months of open, above-board dialogue and community planning. In a larger sense, it is the result of many years of public planning for our neighborhood. Many of our supporters have been participants in this extensive public process, which has shaped the Warriors’ development so that it meets the community’s needs.
About South Beach Mission Bay Business Association
SBMBBA represents restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and professional services businesses in the South Beach Mission Bay neighborhood in San Francisco.
Our mission is to actively engage neighborhood businesses through sustained outreach, monthly meetings, networking and small business related events. SBMBBA promotes and advocates for member businesses, while working with city departments to build a stronger local community.
Straight out of Oak-Town comes this Warriors Juggler – bounce toss toss, bounce toss toss. Stephen Curry here was in the zone.
And he doesn’t at all look like a money-hungry, anti-UCSF billionaire, but you never know…
And here’s the fireman, who might have been promoting an alcoholic drink – I couldn’t tell. But he did have the oxygen tank. And Die Hard here was wearing a marathon t-shirt from Europe. He kept on keeping on…
Well, actually, I don’t know what these people did to earn a citation from the SFPD and I don’t what else they’ve done lately, you know, that might have escaped notice of the popo:
So maybe they’re not* dirtbags IRL, IDK.
Perhaps I’ll get called for jury duty on one of these citations, and then I’ll let you know.
*The SFPD bait car program straight outta Hollywood was a bad idea, for example. I can’t imagine convicting anybody for moving an unlocked car left idling and double-parked on Divisadero, for example.
Florida plates, BTW.
Or should I say, Florida plate, as this gold exoticar doesn’t have a front license plate, which is a no-no in The Golden State.
And of course, you’ve got less than three weeks after moving to California to deal with the California DMV, but I’ll tell you, most Lambos you see in SF aren’t properly registered with CA DMV.
Anyway, this car reminded of Dennis Rodman’s old ride, one that’s being used as a daily driver by a CCSF student.
Stay gold, Lambo owner. Bienvenidos a 415 / 628 / 650!