Posts Tagged ‘bloomberg’

So Bloomberg TV Opens a Studio in San Francisco So It Can Give Us Vapid Coverage Like This?

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

What the Hell is this, a commercial for the America’s Cup?

Why not instead, hire this guy, Stu Woo of the Wall Street Journal?

He’s running circles around you.

Senator Leland Yee and Board President David Chiu Making National News in Mayoral Race: RCV for You and Me

Thursday, August 4th, 2011

Bloomberg News reporter Alison Vekshin is all over our upcoming race for Mayor.

See?

“San Francisco Mayor Candidates Ask to Be Voters’ Second Pick in New Ballot: http://t.co/8eD33pU

Here’s the new approach, from your state Senator, Leland Yee:

“I will not just simply ask individuals, ‘Can I be your first choice?’ because they may have favorites,” Yee, 62, a Democrat and California state senator, said in an interview after the July 27 campaign stop. “This then gives me an opportunity to ask, ‘Well, what about second choice and third choice?’ The approach is a departure from conventional elections, where coming in first is what counts.”

And here’s how Board of Supervisors President David Chiu is doing it.

On It Goes…

Bloomberg Opens a Bureau in Our Little Town – Let’s All Welcome Bloomberg West to San Francisco!

Monday, March 14th, 2011

Finally caught a Bloomberg West snippet.

Quite vapid so far, as you can see. (Yes you’re in the 415, yes you qualified your expert, but what have we learned? What’s the insight? Just asking, bro.)

See the backdrop? It’s real, the boats move and everything. I was shocked:

Anyway, at least the BW hasn’t taken to making stuff up:

Japanese company Genepax presents its eco-friendly car that runs on nothing but water.

So it’s better than the Reuters, anyway.

But, BW, please tell us something new. Justify our love, why not?

Anyway, Bon courage, Bloomberg West.