Posts Tagged ‘corona heights’

The Trouble with Moving to a Place on MUSEUM WAY and then Getting Testy During THE MUSEUM’s Busiest Four Hours of the Year

Monday, October 27th, 2014

The problem with doing that is that you end up looking like this noticeably-irritated turkey in the Nissan:

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Cf. living on AIRPORT DRIVE and complaining about airplane noise.

Cf. living on Lombard Street and complaining about how all those tourists make you not want to go on living any more…

Breaking Bad, Corona Heights

Monday, October 27th, 2014

I know there’s something going on/

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There’s something going on/
There’s something going on…

Door to Nowhere, Masonic Avenue – If You Have One of These, the Best Thing to do is to Paint It Red

Monday, October 27th, 2014

I’m sure there’s a reason for this arrangement…

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Liftoff: Zwei Luftballons über Corona Heights

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

Hurray!

As seen near the Randall Museum:*

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Use balloons to brush up on your German** or French

*Ask about or volunteer for their Family Halloween Day 2011.

**Gunter glieben glauchen globen: “Nena ist ein milf.”

The View of Downtown San Francisco from Corona Heights: Union Square Hilton, 345 California, UC Hastings

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Those are the more interesting buildings I recognize.

Anyway, it’s your Corona Heights Park, so enjoy – get up there like these two and just take in the Financh as if it were the biggest HDTV in the world:

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The Road to San Francisco City Hall Can Be a Bit Mountainous

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

But these two look like they’ll make it…

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An Everyday Vehicular Pas de Deux in San Francisco’s Corona Heights

Saturday, March 14th, 2009

When the 37 Corbett MUNI bus cruises through Corona Heights, everybody else needs to get out of the way. If not, you end up in this kind of minor traffic jam, a slow-motion vehicular pas de deux with a communal effort to head off/mitigate the incipient collision.

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How can you tell this scene is from 2009?

The WhyIslam? bus ad;

The ubiquitous (#1 luxury vehicle in America these days) Toyota Harrier / Lexus RX “tall Camry”, crossover SUV, avec tiresome “gold pack” badges; and 

The green BioDiesel sticker on the bus

There’s your 2009 right there.

(Ir)regardless, this starfish-like intersection isn’t the problem – it’s the narrow streets combined with parallel parking, that’s the problem.

Please be patient when visiting…