Posts Tagged ‘christmas’

The Only Thing Better than Finding an Abandoned Christmas Tree in February is Seeing This Spooky Stoop Pumpkin in March

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Bad things happen to Christmas trees tossed out too late – as seen in February 2017:

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And here’s your invitation for trick or treat, as seen on Ashbury in March 2017:

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Who Throws Out Dead Christmas Trees in Late February? People Who Live in Frisco, That’s Who

Monday, February 27th, 2017

Here’s a good one, been there for a while, prolly will be there for a while longer since SFGov’s Holiday Tree Recycling Program is long since over:

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And here’s another good one, it’s been on the mean Streets of San Francisco for a couple weeks now, after getting moved here and there:

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But now it’s been properly disposed of by passersby, thank goodness:

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We’ll have to wait and see how DPW gets this one down…

You’ll Never Guess What’s Under the Christmas Tree at This McDonalds

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

I’m thinking a Big Mac, a Quarter-Pounder and maybe a McFish or something, the gold, frankincense and myrrh
of McD’s:

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These are the new-school cardboard packages.

But ‘member the old design? I do.

According to Target, Valentine’s Day Season Starts on December 26th – Just Look at All These Heart-Shaped Boxes

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

And then after this, it’ll be Love Day to get ready for.

Is  this what St. Valentine would have wanted, this kind of horning in on St. Nicholas?

As seen at Frisco’s City Target Central in fucking December, 2016.  Bah!

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(Humbug)

Embarcadero Center Holiday Ice Rink 2016-2017 – Not That Busy Yet – Runs Through January 8, 2017

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

All the deets.

Yelp here.

Not too busy yet, as you can see.

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(Healing Brush used to get rid of a big old light pole, as you can see, near the bottom and up high on the bridge cables. Good enough for a half-assed One Click Fix.)

Open November 2, 2016 through January 8, 2017

Sunday-Thursday: 10 AM – 9:30 PM

Friday & Saturday: 10 AM – 11:30 PM

Celebrating 30 Years of Holiday Spirit in San Francisco! The Bay Area’s largest outdoor ice rink, a beautiful city setting and an array of shops and restaurants to enjoy. This is signature San Francisco and it’s what makes The Holiday Ice Rink at Embarcadero Center presented by Hawaiian Airlines, the perfect place for holiday fun. For three decades locals and visitors have been celebrating the season at Embarcadero Center. Join us and create festive, unforgettable memories to last a lifetime. Location Justin Herman Plaza, adjacent to Four Embarcadero Center and across from the historic Ferry Building.

General Admission – $11
Children (8 & under) – $7
Skate Rental – $5

*Skating sessions begin on every even hour beginning at 10a.m. and last an hour and a half*

Sessions Closed for Private Events:
November 30, 2016: 6pm
December 1, 2016: 6pm, 8pm
December 5, 2016: 6pm
December 6, 2016: 4pm, 6pm
December 7, 2016:6pm, 8pm
December 8, 2016:6pm, 8pm
December 12, 2016:6pm
December 13, 2016:4pm, 6pm
December 14, 2016:4pm, 6pm
December 15, 2016:4pm, 6pm, 8pm, 10pm
December 19, 2016:10am
January 5, 2017: 12pm

Another Year, Another Strip Club CHECK PRESENTATION for Our Local 798 SFFD Members

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

Here’s the “tradition” and here’s the 2016 version:

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Did Our Market Street Association Start Affixing These Giant Lighted Christmas Snowflakes in October?

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

IDK. But here’s the view from yesterday, November 1st, 2016:

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So, what, the MSA will take these down sometime in January (February?), so Christmas Season is about one-fifth of the year these days?

Amazing.

In my time, Christmas Season started on Black Friday.

And That Was The Way We Liked It!

Hauling Long-Dead Holiday Trees to Ocean Beach Two Months After Christmas, As One Does – Burn Baby, Burn!

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016

I’ve never seen this!

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It’s Come To This: An Amazon.com, Inc Pop-Up Store – Which Item of Amazonian Flair Appeals to You the Most?

Friday, January 22nd, 2016

IDK, do I want anything from Amazon here?

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Nope. Sorry.

Oh look, expensive shirts to allow me to share the wonder of Amazon with the world?

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Nope.

Sorry.

Charlie Brown Christmas Tree, Possibly Sold for $50 on Hayes Street, Released to Golden Gate Park to Fend for Itself

Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

This is not the way to do it…

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