A wild boid will come over and land on your hand to grab the nut and fly away.
Posts Tagged ‘fly’
If you drive around long enough mouth agape in your look-at-me-I’m-Barry-Bonds-except-I’m-not-but-now-that-you’ve-mentioned-it-let-me-tell-you-about-x Audi* convertible, I’m sure that you’re going to get your fair share of flies squirming about your pie-hole.
It’s a lose-lose situation for both you and the fly. Hey, it’s Jersey Shore, West Coast. YOLO, Dude:
(Hey, did Barry Bonds get a reputation rehab? News to me.)
In aggravation, this garish vehicle has no front license plate. Tsk tsk.
In mitigation, it appeared to be driven within the realm of reason, which is surprising considering it’s an exoticar in the 415.
Perhaps Dude will maintain that Barry Bonds lettering on the side of his ride until the next Giants Victory Parade, sure to come around the end of October 2016…
*So you buy and Audi but you didn’t actually want an Audi, so you black out the famous rings and also the trademark horse collar grill so people can’t tell it’s an Audi? OK fine. One assumes the Giants objected, or maybe Audi objected in some sort of appearance of a cross-license kind of deal?
First up is the origami paper-crane pop-up graffiti bombing of the McAllister wall.
Here’s how it’s holding up, last night…
…and the day before:
It’s persevering, huh?
Next up is the closing of the Big Show, check it:
CLOSING THIS SUNDAY
Just as this exhibition has touched upon the fleeting nature of life, it too must come to an end. An expansive exploration of spirituality, cosmic order, and the afterlife, it’s a provocative presentation of both contemporary art and older objects from our collection. The result is a one-of-a-kind journey transcending time and place. Phantoms will go out with a bang: everyone can see it for FREE this Sunday, as part of our Target First Free Sunday.”
I’d recommend showing up early or late on Sept 2, 2012. Feel free to practice your Gangnam Style while waiting in line. Speaking of which, don’t forget about:
Sunday, September 23
11 am–4 pm
All the deets on that after the jump.
I don’t know, the FAA doesn’t seem to mind this kind of hot dogging so who am I to complain:
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Sometimes these birds land in the water due to engine trouble and then the Coast Guard tows them to shore.
It’s a living, I s’pose…
All Are Welcome to Enter the Heidi Look-A-Like Contest from Swiss International Air Lines This ThursdayMonday, October 4th, 2010
And when I say, All Are Welcome to Enter, I mean All are Welcome to Enter, if you know what I mean.* See you there!
What: Come celebrate all things Swiss at the first-ever Heidi Look-a-Like Contest at Justin Herman Plaza. Rent a goat (at your own risk ;-)) and pull out your Heidi Dirndl dress! Contestants will have chances to win fabulous prizes, including round-trip airfare in Business Class for 2 people on Swiss International Air Lines’ new nonstop service from San Francisco to Zurich, 3 nights deluxe accommodations in Zurich and 4-day Swiss Passes for unlimited travel on trains, buses and lake steamers in Switzerland. Don’t have access to a goat or Heidi dress? All are invited to come and enjoy Swiss giveaways and treats such as SWISS chocolates, Ricola candies, and others.
When: Thursday, October 7 at 11:00am – 1pm
Where: Justin Herman Plaza, San Francisco (near Market & Stuart Streets)
It’s Maria Heidi!
Now, is that the real Heidi?
Oh, here she is, she’s got the goat, the enlivened hills, she’s got it all:
Benefit: The Heidi Look-A-Like Contest is brought to you by Swiss International Air Lines and benefits the Academy of Friends and Breast Cancer Emergency Fund.
MC: Fernando & Greg of MOViN 99.7
Empress XXX Donna Sachet, Performer, TV Host and Columnist
Joe D’Alessandro, President, CEO, San Francisco Convention & Visitor’s Bureau
Alex Herrmann, Director of Switzerland Tourism, North America
Annette Reantragoon, Director Passenger Sales USA., Swiss International Air Lines
Hooman, Morning Show Personality with Sarah and Vinnie of Alice 97.3
Admission: Free! All are invited to join in the fun!
Registration: 11 am at Justin Herman Plaza.
*So Please don’t go around trying to rip off wigs yelling, “It’s a man, baby!”
Yesterday’s protest at our Miami-esque InterContinental Hotel on Howard in the SoMA area had a hundred-something attendees, so that’s a pretty good turnout. The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) don’t like the mulesing of sheep in Australia so they don’t want the Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership meeting to go on business as usual.
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A view of protesters from our Buca di Beppo, where they no longer have you-know-what on the menu, AKAIK.
Chrissie Hynde wasn’t able to show yesterday.
Talks among the U.S., Australia, Brunei, Chile, Peru, New Zealand, Singapore and Vietnam are ongoing.
To Be Continued…