Posts Tagged ‘fillmore’

Word on the Street: “Fillmore, or Less” – Messages from the Western Addition

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

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Word on the Street: “100% Human Hair, Tangle-Free”

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

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I’ll be honest – whenever I sell human hair, usually it’s not 100% pure, and sometimes it’s tangled. I’ll need to raise my game after seeing this!

The Fast-Moving Cars of Sunday Streets 2014 – Boy, There Were a Lot of People Driving Around This Go-Around

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

Just saying.

Dude here was driving up Fillmore like it was just another Sunday, going at about 15 MPH. This was on the McDonalds block, which was empty of anything to do with Sunday Streets, so it might have been hard for the driver to know anything special was going on.

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Is Sunday Streets dying?

MIYAKO ICE CREAM PARLOR: After Supervisor Scott Wiener Gets His SF Sugar Tax, Will He Go For a Fat Tax Next?

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

Of course there are pros and cons to the proposed sugar tax you’ll get a chance to vote on in November

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Of course

Fillmore the VW Transporter Goes Solar with Photovoltaic Panels – Plus a Bike When You Actually Need to Go Someplace

Monday, August 25th, 2014

Note electrical cables coming down from the roof.

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Park this rig near free WiFi and you’ll have all the comforts of home while saving thousands on rent each month:

When You Tire of Markets from Capitalist Pig-Dogs and Those from the USSR/China and Allies, Try the “3rd WORLD MARKET” – OPEN LATE

Thursday, August 14th, 2014

The Yelpers don’t know what to make of this place.

As seen in the Western Addition: 

Wiki notes that the term “Third World” is “less preferred” these days…

Learning to match the beat of the Old World Man
Learning to catch the heat of the Third World Man

Trying to save the day for the Old World Man
Trying to pave the way for the Third World Man

Word on the Street: Instead of Fillmore, “Fill-No-More”

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

As seen on Fillmore Street in the Fillmore, home of the failed Fillmore Jazz District, brought to you by our horrible, failed Redevelopment Agency and SPUR, the urban renewal people:

On it goes…

Oh, here’s my message to those SPUR people:

Instead of doing something, just stand there.

$2000 Per Month Private High School Advertised in the Lower Haight: SACRED HEART CATHEDRAL

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

OK fine:

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Word from the Street, from African Americans in the Fillmore: “WE ARE HERE … AND STILL MATTER”

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Mural as seen on Fulton in the Western Addition:

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Which is fair enough.

But I’ll tell you, there are certain people who seem to want only certain people to live in this particular part of San Francisco District 5.

I approve not.

And I’ll tell you, the primary thing preventing this kind of discrimination is our federal government.

Just as things were back in the 1800′s. To wit:

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That’s something for the London Breeds of the world to ponder…

IRL, Geary is Full of Cars All the Time, But This Latest Geary BRT Video Shows the Richmond District 95% Car-Free

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

Here it is, from a the guy who wants to replace District One Supervisor Eric Mar.

All the deets

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The Geary Corridor Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project is a cost-effective way to improve bus service and enhance street conditions for Geary from Downtown to the Outer Richmond. Based on community input and ongoing technical evaluation,  the project team is identifying a staff-recommended alternative for initial feedback. 

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The Transportation Authority is leading the environmental study, in partnership with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA). The Study Team and other public agencies are working collaboratively with the Geary BRT Citizens Advisory Comittee (GCAC), as well as inviting public participation through community meetings.