Posts Tagged ‘full house’

The Most Airbnb People You Could Possibly Imagine, Alamo Square Area, Western Addition, USA

Monday, August 11th, 2014

(Not That There’s Anything Wrong With That.)

This has been a remarkable change, over the past half-decade.

You see them, all over the place, every day, coming and going, taking photos of buildings, looking at maps, asking where “the Seven Ladies” are, asking where the “Full House house” is, and rolling luggage up and down the street, you know, that kind of thing.

Sometimes I don’t know if they’re Airbnb people, but other times, like this time, it’s easy to tell: 

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I don’t have a generalized beef against tourists – that makes me different from the typical Western Addition NIMBY.

In any event, this is what Airbnb looks like IRL on the street.

The Ace of Spades Returns – Motorhead Totally Rocks the Warfield

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

It was on last night in the Mid-Market, what with Motorhead playing the Warfield. And the reviews are in. Lemmy rocked the house.

Is Seeing Motorhead Live on your Bucket List?

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If not, why not?

And look who(m) else is coming in the next two weeks: The Pogues, Moby, Kenny Rogers(!) and Bob Freaking Full House Saget. Get your tickets now.

Truly, we are blessed to have the Warfield Theatre, to have the awesome power of a fully operational mothership just sitting there at 6th and Market.

Enjoy.

The Steeply Pitched Roofs of these Five San Francisco Houses are Delightful

Monday, September 21st, 2009

See?

Perhaps after Trauma gets cancelled by the suits at NBC, Hollywood could come back to town to remake Full House, excepting they could use these residences instead one of the Seven Sisters of Alamo Square.

They could call it Full Houses or something. Then some director dude in a baseball cap could talk about how he considers the houses themselves to be characters (before or after he ID’s hisself as a “story teller” or a “teller of stories”, you know the drill)

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Just lovely.

Hulu bonus:

“Does NBC seriously think they can retain viewers after their disgraceful cancellation of numerous shows with loyal fans. These morons should just sell the network to Fox or any other network with some brains. Trauma will be on for 10 episodes then cancelled to make space for the NBC Real World Marathon. Nothing But Clowns network.”