Last seen talking at parked cars on Haight Street:
Also, the lowest low-rise jeans I’ve ever seen…
Just noticed these numbers on the Hayes Street right next to Alamo Square. (Boy, that’s some long-lasting paint they’re using.)
You’ll notice that the land to the west in the background goes back uphill again, so that’s why the top of the Hayes Street Hill isn’t the highest part of the course, even though that’s what all your authority figures in the corporate and media worlds have been telling you for decades…
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And for some reason, people say that Hayes Street tops out at only 215 feet, but that’s way low – it’s not even close, really. But somebody made a mistake years ago and it gets repeated over and over.
Here’s Menlo Park, where a Shell will get $5 a gallon out of you for full-serve (which nobody needs*) V-Power premium (which nobody needs**).
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All right, forget about full-serve – here you go, $5.03 in South San Francisco for premium**
So, what’s the next threshold, $6 a gallon?
*Oh, you need full service ’cause you have a handicapped placard and you’re part of the ten percent of placard holders in town what isn’t running a free parking scam? O.K., then be my guest, full-serve for you!
**Oh, you need premium V-Power? No you don’t, you just think you do. (Be sure to stay out of Montana, which has some areas where even 87 octane isn’t available. You’d have to fill up with less than 87 if you ever wanted to come back to the 415. Oh well.)
(Cue Heavy Action. Oh, if only H.C. were still around to introduce the QB’s on one more Monday Night…)
Excellent, excellent SF FYI Net has the deets:
Get all the deets after the jump.
January 1, 2010 has been a bad day weather-wise, but that hasn’t stopped vigorous San Francsicans from scaling the heights of Twin Peaks.
Another peak-bagger crests the highest part of San Francisco:
And this is their reward. There are two major bridges somewhere down there in the murkiness:
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Have a great 2010!
Here’s how 1RH stacks up against The Infinity Towers (home of ridiculous “Secret Millionaire” Gurbaksh “G” Chahal).
And the Millennium? I’m not even sure where it is, frankly – that’s how stubby it is.
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Cameras don’t lie, of course.