Posts Tagged ‘district’

“Windsor Terrace” Isn’t – Or Do You Just Live in the Inner Sunset? – The Answer Will Amaze You

Wednesday, November 4th, 2015

The answer is that you live in the Inner Sunset. Sorry.

But if you want to say that you live in Windsor Terrace development or subdivision of the Inner Sunset, that’d be fine.

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Mind the grow-houses

Inner Inner Richmond Hard-Sell on Geary: “SALE – FUTON & BED – Just FUTON – FUTON – OPEN – BED – BIG SALE”

Wednesday, November 4th, 2015

Gee, I wonder if they’re having a sale?

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West of Masonic but east of the Great Sand Wastes…

The Bourgeois Bohemians of the 94118 and Marin County – It’s a Kind of Paradise, For Some – Hello, I’m BOBO!”

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

Wow, it doesn’t get much more bobo than this.

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This is quite an old license plate – lots of foresight here…

Minivan, Frisco-Style – Sidecar Motorcycles of the 94122 – The Family That Rides Together Abides Together

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015

Helmets for decorative use only:

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19th Avenue is the New Alternative to Poorly Designed and Administered Sunset Boulevard, Believe It Or Not

Wednesday, October 21st, 2015

Here it is, 19th Avenue in the Sunset / Parkside, with traffic going about 38-40 MPH through green light after green light in sections marked for 30 MPH:

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Historically, Sunset has been the alternative to congested 19th, but things have changed lately. Of course, Sunset was a bad idea, a big wide boulevard with pointless medians up the yingyang. The question now is what to do about it.

Oh well.

Let’s Knife: Standing in a Parking Space on Geary to “Reserve It” for Friends Driving Around Blocks Away is Unhealthy

Friday, October 9th, 2015

Why? Because somebody just might cut you, you know, in a knife fight that you just might get involved with in the 94118, despite the fact (or, especially because?) you yourself don’t ever carry a knife:

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Or, in other words, you can’t really save a parking spot by standing in it because it’s agin the law.

All right, enough controversy, Let’s Knife!

I’ve Seen The Future, But I Don’t Know If It Works: Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car for Sale on Geary – A $57,000 Camry

Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

The Toyota Mirai is here, the Future (未来) is Now.

As seen on 2nd Avenue:

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So, where do you get hydrogen to fill up? Emeryville, AFAIK.

Is the Mirai a Good Idea? IDK.

Florida Man Takes Frisco by Storm: Meet Erick Brown & “Deer,” His Pygmy Goat – They’re All Over Town These Days

Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

Hey look, it’s Erick “Rockclub” Brown and his goat named Deer, straight outta the Florida Panhandle.

Here they are in the Sunset last month and, via lovely Andria Borba of KPIX 5 CBS, in The City Part Of Town just yesterday, and (literally) on Fell Street a couple days back:

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All the deets:

Erick Brown talks about Deer his goat

Man reunited with pet goat

And you know People Magazine? Well they have a Pets Section now. It’s called “PeoplePets.” Srsly:

WATCH: Florida Man and His Goat Share Rainbow Robe-Filled Reunion

All right, let’s bid adieu, as Erick and Deer strut through a four-on-four pickup blacktop game in our Panhandle:

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Take a look at the ballers – click to expand if necessary. They all have the same HEY-BRO-GET-OFF-THE-COURT-WHOA-A-GOAT EXPRESSION, IMO.

Bon courage, Erick

Bon courage, Deer

READER NOTES: Are you aware of the Growing Urban Goat Movement? Check it:

Sarah Hawkins breeds and sells a specific variety of miniature goats. “The Nigerian Dwarf can be for pets and for milk,” says Hawkins, “and for eating weeds – they’ll eat yellow star thistle.” Hawkins owns Castle Rock Farm in Vacaville. Most of her customers live in San Francisco, Berkeley and Oakland where it’s legal to keep goats in backyards.

And hey, you know who loves urban goats? SFGov, that’s who. Read up our even-toed ungulate laws here:

Regulations on the Keeping of Goats and Other Hoofed Animals by the San Francisco Department of Public Health

“Keeping two or less female goats on private property is legally allowed in San Francisco for the exclusive use of the owner’s family. Keeping more than two female goats or any number of male goats and other hoofed animals (e.g. Horse, mare, gelding, mule, burro, sheep, cow, etc) requires appropriate approval and stable permit according to the San Francisco Health Code. Goats can also be temporarily allowed on public projects for weed clearing and fire hazard abatement activities by special permit with the agency landowner.”

Richmond District Update: MARLEY COFFEE – Stir It Up! – Buffalo Soldier Blend

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

Bob would have wanted it this way?

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Million-Dollar Housing in the Richmond District: French Vanilla, Strawberry, Vanilla, Pistachio

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

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Largish boxes in The Sand Waste,
Largish boxes made of ticky tacky,
Largish boxes on the sand dunes,
Largish boxes all the same.
There’s a yellow one and a pink one
And a white one and a green one,
And they’re all made out of ticky tacky
And they all look just the same.