Do you know how the San Francisco Chapter of the Guardian Angels rolls?
They’s out of control, IMO.
On patrol with an area journalist.
But not from me.
Go ahead, Make My Day, SFGA.
Dragon-fighting alligator wrestler Phil Bronstein claims to have gone on patrol with the out-of-control San Francisco Chapter of the Guardian Angels last Friday en la Mision, but, but there have been zero (0) reports of concomitant mayhem since then.
I smell a rat.
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Only Time Will Tell…
Let me tell you about back in the day when the Guardian Angels patrolled the Streets of San Francisco, back before your days at Wellesley.
Everything was fine for SFGA until The Incident in the 1990′s - after that, the Angels Had To Go Away. Carolyn Jones has the deets:
“One day the Angels chased down an apparent drug offender, slammed him so hard to the sidewalk his head was cut open, and proceeded to handcuff him. They let up just long enough for the alleged perpetrator to show his police badge. Shortly thereafter, the Angels all but disbanded in San Francisco.”
But now the San Francisco Chapter is back, baby, and back bigtime.
Whenever I’ve visited the Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel in Union Square at 609 Sutter Street, I’ve pretty much only seen gaggles of besweatered Junior Leaguers or suited-up bidnessmen having some event upstairs.
So I forgot about the Marines’ Memorial Association’s main function: letting active duty personnel stay in a nice hotel in Union Square for dirt cheap.
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One of the many ways Marines’ Memorial Association supports our troops is by providing complimentary membership to all Currently Serving members of the US Armed Forces who apply in person at the club. In addition, our currently serving member leisure rates are $69 Sunday through Thursday and $89 on Friday and Saturday. Based on availability .
Currently Serving members of all branches of the US Armed Forces , guard and reserve are encouraged to participate in this program by contacting our membership and hotel reservation departments at 1-800-562-7463.