Posts Tagged ‘funeral’

Bleak-Looking Funeral Home in The Richmond Looks Even Bleaker During Our Great Drought of 2015

Friday, October 9th, 2015

Just saying:

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Hundreds of Coptic Christians Rally in San Francisco for Religious Freedom in Egypt

Friday, January 29th, 2010

This was the scene today in Civic Center, where hundreds of Coptic Christians rallied for religious freedom and an end to the recent violence in Egypt.

Details at 40 Going  On 28.

When Renting a Hummer Limo in San Francisco, Which Color is the Best Choice?

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

Of course white has to be one the better choices, right off the bat.

As here, where we can see an Arctic White Hummer H2 limousine on McAllister, temporarily blocking San Francisco Bike Route 20, known as the Snick.

Click to expand. See how big it gets?

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But neon pink is not without its charms. As seen on 5th Street in the SoMA.


How about this: Black for funerals, white for weddings and hot pink for everything else?

That’s how you should roll in the 415!

Can “Funeral Cops” on Motorcycles Really Tell You What To Do?

Thursday, September 18th, 2008

So, you’re all set to motor on the streets of San Francisco with your high-performance vehicle and then…

Disaster! Some funeral procession is blocking you even though you have the green light. It’s just like Critical Mass, except these car parades can show up at any time. Do you really have to listen to these “funeral cops” when they try to block your vehicle’s path?

Maybe. See below.

Per Tom Marshall, a CHP spokesman in HQ in Sacramento:

“The Vehicle Code says any person who disregards any traffic signal or direction given by a peace officer authorized to escort funeral processions in uniform shall be guilty of an infraction and subject to penalties.

“The Vehicle Code is silent on non-peace officers performing funeral-escort duty.

“However, we would recommend that motorists observe the directions of such an escort not only out of respect, but also to avoid danger to themselves and those in the procession.

“It is reasonable that a motorist in a funeral procession is somewhat relying upon the escort’s direction and may not expect someone to not observe their directions.”

What that means is that, especially in places like San Francisco where there are rules for Funeral Precession Escorts, you probably won’t get a ticket for ignoring a so-called “fake cop,” but you very likely will get the blame if you get into an accident.

Choose wisely.