Posts Tagged ‘hot’

Newly-Installed SFPD Park Station Captain Raj Vaswani vs. the Day Campers of the 94117

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

Here’s Captain Vaswani of Park Station. See his greeting to the community below.

And here’s yesterday’s meeting on homelessness and other matters at Park Station:

“Discussing HOT teams and homelessness in the Haight Ashbury with @BevanDufty at Park Station tonight.”

And here’s the SAN FRANCISCO HOMELESS OUTREACH TEAM (SFHOT).

And here are some recent day-campers in the Panhandle of Golden Gate Park – they had an especially charismatic dog: 

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What does this all add up to? IDK.

The business owners on Haight and the homeowners groups are looking for changes on how SFGov handles the homeless. Who knows if they’ll get that.

In any event, here’s the schedule for community meetings:

Day: 2nd Tuesday of the month
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Place: Park Station

“Good afternoon from Park Police Station! My name is Raj Vaswani and I am honored to be your new Captain here in the vibrant Park District.

I know I have not yet attained ‘Legend’ status, which Captain Corrales held. If I stay the full 45 years, I have some time to work on becoming a legend. I wish Captain Corrales a well deserved retirement and I know he worked hard and was very passionate about fighting crime through-out his career. I personally know many of the officers & supervisors here at Park Station and I can tell you is that you are in very good hands; We have Officers with experience that love to work in the Park District.

My background is 20+ years in policing. I have worked as an officer at the old Potrero Station, Southern Station, Northern Station, and specifically the Northern Station Street Crimes Under-cover Unit. I was promoted while at Northern Station then worked 8 years in Investigations Bureau as a Inspector. I worked at Ingleside and Southern as a patrol supervisor, then a Patrol Lieutenant in the Mission.

I have also worked for the Deputy Chief as a Lieutenant in Administration Bureau. I’ve worked closely with DPW on the new Police Headquarters Building and the Sixth Street Substation. I’ve worked collaboratively with the San Francisco City Attorney and Treasurer on business regulations and permit matters. My last assignment as Lieutenant was for the Chief’s Office as the Commanding Officer for the Legal Division. In this position I had the unique opportunity to represent the department in civil litigation, arbitration and mediation in Federal Court. Lastly, I was recently the citywide Night Captain where I managed in-progress incidents and nightclub-related deployment of officers. Working in this capacity I had the unique opportunity to patrol the entire city and meet many of the new officers in our department.

I look forward to serving your needs as the Captain of Park Station. I have already reached out to some of the businesses, organizations, and Supervisors that represent the Park District. Today, I will be walking Haight Street and hope to meet some of the residents and businesses that represent this historic neighborhood . I’m a strong believer that the police are a part of the fabric of the community, but the neighborhood groups, merchants associations, residents, and visitors also play an important part in our success; I intend to continue having a positive collaborative relationship with the community!

Please consider coming to our evening National Night Out Event on Aug. 5th! (More info to follow,

And speaking of following….. feel free to follow me on twitter! http://twitter.com/sfvas ). I hope to use Social Media to stay connected to you all.

Sincerely,

Captain Raj Vaswani”

Hot Sauce Olympics: Tabasco Gold, Tapatio Silver, Crystal Bronze and Cholula is a Fourther

Friday, February 21st, 2014

Find out all you need to know about mainstream hot sauces here.

Turns out that four of the 14 judges hail from Estado Libre y Soberano de Tabasco, so that explains the surprise victory.

Cholula’s the fourther, so it gets an AutoPen-signed certificate instead of a medal.

Do You Look Like This Sexy Man? If So, Feel Free to Apply to be a Supernumerary in Our SF Opera’s Turandot!

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Turnadot is coming on September 9th, 2011 at our San Francisco Opera – here’s your chance to be part of the show.

Vis the SF Opera Facebook:

Do you look like this? We are looking for 4 men to be supernumeraries in Turandot wearing this costume (or lack there of!). Anyone interested in this chance of a lifetime should call 415-565-6481 or email supers@sfopera.com. Not a lot of pay, but a lot of exposure! Rehearsals start next week, so don’t delay.” 

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Oh my.

Reading Comic Books and Sucking Down Coca-Colas in North Beach – Good Times with nettie r. harris and Mikey Baratta

Friday, May 13th, 2011

Not half bad, mikey Baratta PHOTOGRAPHIC, not half bad:

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OMG, NBCBayArea’s New “Weathergirl” Christina Loren Wears a Hat! Plus Rich Lieberman is NOT Infatuated, No Way

Monday, May 2nd, 2011

I’ll tell you, my rabbit ears (avec free govmint digital cable converter box) couldn’t even dream of picking up the KNTV from all the way down in San Bruno or wherever, so I never see the Channel 3.

But lots of you do, apparently, based upon all the recent fuss about newly-installed meteorologist Christina Loren.

Per Jane B:

“I enjoy the NBC news in the morning, but as soon as that bulging self-promoting common tart of a meteorologist appears with her forced Good Morning, I just can’t wait to change channels for the duration. I would have thought NBC would have been more concerned with professionalism in their meteorologists than with this very poor image that it presents daily. And then to add insult to injury, she turns up this a.m. with a hat, supposedly, I suppose, to be in the spirit of the royal wedding – what an insult!”

Exhibit A, the “insulting” hat in question:

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Now, with an opposing viewpoint, here’s the wedding hat minority report from Christina’s FaceBook fans:

O.K. then.

Comes now Rich Lieberman, who’s not infatuated with “The Hottest Weather Woman On The Planet,” not in the least, why would you even think that, to post an interview with CL, who ably strives to stay AOM, Always On Message, about being AAMF, All About My Forecast. See?

All right, it’s time to sign off with all the banal slogans used by KNTV over the recent decades:

Station slogans

  • Look to 11 (1972-circa 1975)
  • We`re The One Can Turn To, Channel 11 (1978-1979; localized version of ABC ad campaign)
  • You and Me and Channel 11 (1980-1981; localized version of ABC ad campaign)
  • Now is The Time, Channel 11 is The Place (1981-1982; localized version of ABC ad campaign)
  • Come on Along with Channel 11 (1982-1983; localized version of ABC ad campaign)
  • That Special Feeling on Channel 11 (1983-1984; localized version of ABC ad campaign)
  • We’re With You, on 11 with You (1984–1985; localized version of ABC ad campaign)
  • You’ll Love It on Channel 11/You’ll Love It, KNTV (1985–1986; localized version of ABC ad campaign)
  • Together on Channel 11 (1986–1987; localized version of ABC ad campaign)
  • The San Jose NewsChannel (1987–1998)
  • The Bay Area`s Watching Channel 11 (1990-19??; localized version of ABC ad campaign)
  • If It`s The Bay Area, It Must Be Channel 11 (1992-1993; localized version of “It Must Be ABC” campaign)
  • The South Bay’s News Leader (1998–2000)
  • The Fastest Growing News Station in Northern California (2000–2001; still used occasionally)
  • The Bay Area’s NBC11The Bay Area’s Leading News Station (2001–2008)
  • Proud To Call The Bay Area Home (2008-early 2010)
  • Locals Only (2008–present; secondary slogan)
  • Learn, Think, Act, Live (early 2010-September 12, 2010; primary news slogan)
  • Reporting What Matters to You (September 1, 2010–present; primary news slogan)
  • Every Day is Full of Color (September 13, 2010–present; general slogan)

TTFN!

Giveaway at Zog’s Dogs a Huge Success Down in the Financh

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

I’ll tell you, last year, Zog’s Dogs had a giveaway – it wasn’t no thang. But this year’s Free Dog Day was publicized on SFist and SFGate, San Francisco’s online newspaper, so the queue was as high as an elephant’s eye.

See? This was the scene in the morning, with the line stretching beyond view before the lunch hour even began.

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Now, EaterSF has the deets on this afternoon’s mayhem. It was dog eat dog out there, apparently.

Bon Courage, Zog’s Dogs!

Free Hot Dog Day at Zog’s Dogs on Post Street a Huge Success

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

So there I was on Market Street yesterday pulling my old scam – I go up to the Zog’s Dogs at One Post Street near Montgomery and I says:

‘We’re gonna order then Yelp about it – what discount can you give us?’

With a quickness I had a free dog in my paw. See?

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Of course, it was broken in the middle, just like our Bay Bridge, but quite tasty nevertheless. The regular price might seem a littley pricy if you’re used to Costco’s inflation-fighting $1.50 Hot Dog and a Coke Deal. I prefer the taste of Zog’s, I’d have to say.   

Read about owner Jessie Herzog’s history of “love for sausages wrapped in buns” in this Proclamation from the Wizard:

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100? Hurray!

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And they’re even on the FB

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See you there!

Do Motorcycles and Flip Flop Sandals Make a Good Combination?

Thursday, April 24th, 2008

Seen on the streets of San Francisco – a young couple on a straight-out-of-Bolongna Ducati motorcycle. Well, that’s O.K., but check out the passenger’s choice of fashionable footwear. Her bare foot seems uncomfortably close to what could be a hot exhaust pipe.

Fashion has its place on motorbikes of course, but this might be going too far.  
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