As seen on Market inbound:
This is different:
[UPDATE, May 2015: Christina is OUT at KNTV, per RICH LIEBERMAN 415 MEDIA – TV, Radio, Internet…dishing dirt since 2001. I’m sure he’ll have all the deets with a quickness.]
I’ll tell you, some days the Internet gets inundated with questions about stereotypical weather girl Christina Loren and some days it does not. I think it mostly* has to do with what outfit she happens to be wearing on that particular day, mostly. This is Monday’s effort:
Is this a job in bay area media? Is Christina “Loren” a journalist? Sort of, I suppose.
I remember seeing this ad three years ago and thinking, gee, this doesn’t seem very Bay Area, how is this going to go?
And it went pretty much like I expected.
Anyway, if you actually care about the weather, Intellicast’s radar can tell you if you’ve got an hour to get to the store and back before it starts raining again, so that’s nice.
*And I think that people all-of-a-sudden care about the weather this week – that’s another factor I’m sure
Either that or Piece of Britney has things incorrect
Hey ladies! You already have white tops and black bras and short black skirts and black tights and white shoes in your closets, so all you’ll need is a road flare or two.
And how much will that run you, a couple bucks?
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Bringing a friend or two with you? Well then have them wear pencil skirts and follow you around.
And your guy friends can bring their bikes along – it all comes together.
Two women with tickets for the theatre did not take kindly to the 20th anniversary ride of Critical Mass last Friday night.
They did manage to rescue an SUV, but that’s the extent of their accomplishments.
Here it is, like a candle in the wind, a woman with a road flare in the Tenderloin:
You don’t like it, do you Rocco, the storm? Show it your gun, why don’t you? If it doesn’t stop, shoot it.
Is this what it would look like if Anne Hathaway / Parker Posey (on the left) and Bobby Flay (on the right) conspired to steal a little violone from San Francisco’s world-famous Conservatory of Music in Civic Center / Hayes Valley?
“Hey Reddit, my son’s very expensive cello was stolen from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music yesterday. Here are the surveillance pics from security that show a young couple making-off with my son’s primary instrument. FWIW, this instrument is one of the most expensive things I have ever owned. It was stolen around 4:05 PM on Sunday, September 16th, 2012. These people are nonchalantly making-off with a full-size cello that was purchased when my son graduated from a smaller cello when he was 12. We’ve owned it for 11 years. He’s in the collegiate division at the San Francisco Conservatory and it is not only the vehicle for his ability to obtain a classical music degree, but is also his sole source of income, as he uses it in performances and recordings. We’ll be doing a media blitz tomorrow with local stations and the SFPD, but I’m hoping the community can help. Any leads are incredibly appreciated.”
Do you have enough Clues? Who will solve this mystery?