Here you go: Boid, Wheel, Fire:
And here’s the same thing up atop Fulton:
I’ll say this – Auto Row aint what it used to be.
This has been The Historic Clocks of Van Ness Avenue, Chapter One: As Seen from Olive Alley.
As seen in San Francisco, where 911* is not a joke, IMO
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*The phone number 911, that is.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is using his iPhone 4 to be a little coy with us this afternoon
“Don’t forget to watch The Tonight Show this evening. Major announcement coming.” http://twitpic.com/3564cd
Will he us that he voted for Governor-elect Jerry Brown over Meg Whitman? (Whether he did or not – everybody loves a winner, right?)
But what else might he say?
Maybe he’ll tell us why he wears a clock as a watch, how about that?
Toon in tonight!
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What kind of new iconic (and ironic, that seems to be the trend) tower will we erect in the 22nd century?
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The Egg entered the Princely Collection of Monaco in 1974, as a gift to Prince Rainier III in honor of his Silver Jubilee — the 25th anniversary of his accession to the Grimaldi throne. The Blue Serpent Egg quickly became one of Princess Grace’s most treasured possessions, according to his Serene Highness Prince Albert II, son of Prince Rainier and Princess Grace. She adored it and kept it on the desk in her private study. After her tragic death in 1982, Prince Rainier sealed her suite, preserving the room as a memorial and thereby keeping the Blue Serpent Egg from public view.
But it’s on display now. Check it out, while you can.
Eggs, precious eggs!