Posts Tagged ‘day’

Day Laborers, Thanksgiving Week 2017, Western Addition Paint Store, Full-Employment Economy – Compare with 2008

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

IDK, about five people hanging about:

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Compare with 2008, decidedly not a full employment situation, on a similar day except nine years earlier – and this wasn’t everybody:

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Back then, there was a lot of talk about regulation, like designating specific places to hang out, like in Berkeley near 4th or in Frisco on Army / Cesar Chavez.

You don’t hear that talk these days, for whatever reason…

Oh, You Know, Just Hanging Out on the Roof of a 7-11 on Frisco’s Hottest Day (<=106 F) in Recorded History

Friday, September 29th, 2017

You know, making some calls, as people do:

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13th Annual San Francisco Black Family Day, 9.30.17

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

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Annual Move-In Weekend at Our University of San Francisco Appears to have been Well-Managed

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

Less contentious compared with years past, you know, AFAIK.

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Sorry for this snoozer of a post, but there you go…

Our Farallon Islands on a Somewhat Clear Day

Thursday, May 4th, 2017

Westernmost Frisco, usually obscured from view:

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An Uber / Lyft Prius Hits a Pedestrian and Somehow Winds Up on the Shoulder of Inbound I-80 Near Pinole? – And Is This a Private Investigator?

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

As seen Friday afternoon, a few klicks southwest of Pinole:

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The Prius on the left has UBER and Lyft trade dress. It appears to have hit somebody at speed.

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The very similar Toyota Prius Hybrid on the right could be a fellow TNC driver, or an accident investigator the kind of which taxi companies send to accident scenes sometimes.

What happened here is a mystery to me.

The Only Known Shillelagh Juggler in San Francisco

Friday, March 17th, 2017

Another great shot from Jim Corrigan on the streets of San Francisco

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A thick stick of blackthorn or oak used in Ireland, typically as a weapon.

Frisco’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade Gets a Wee Bit Political: JOIN CAMPAIGN FOR A UNITED IRELAND TODAY?

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

Wasn’t it former Supervisor Chris Daly who wasn’t welcome at the Chinese New Year Parade because of the Tibet problem? I think so.

But here’s how 2017’s St. Pat’s parade looked like:

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“BREXIT MEANS BORDERS?” All right. So is that a good thing or a bad thing?

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I didn’t see the whole parade, I’m just a bit surprised to see this is all…

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Special SFPD Park Station Community Meeting on Valentine’s Day Dealing with Violent Crime Uptick North of the Panhandle

Monday, February 13th, 2017

All the deets from Hoodline.

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Those “Cherry Trees” You See Blossoming About Frisco Now are Plum Trees, NTTAWWT

Monday, February 13th, 2017

So blossoms in late January or February aren’t as much of a sign of global warming as some think.

Anyway, plum trees are famous for early blooming, is what I’m saying.

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