Posts Tagged ‘indian’

Famous San Francisco Food Truck Uses a Dirty Rag Instead of a Gas Cap

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

Cute name?

Check.

Garish paint scheme / vehicle wrap?

Check

Gas cap?

Meh.

Throttles forward, it’s lunchtime!

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India Curry House Delivery Mercedes, North Beach, USA

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

I assume this aging W123 Mercedes Benz is a 300D model – it sure sounded like it.

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Maybe it will show up at your place, if you make an order

Oh Lord, I want curry from a Mercedes Benz

My friends all have p’kora, I must make amends

Your Alarmist Food News of the Day: Lead-Contaminated Honey from China Makes Up One-Third of U.S. Supply?

Friday, August 19th, 2011

Writer Andrew Schneider has been all over his adulterated honey story for a while.

Via Kyle Mizokami, here it is:

Asian Honey, Banned in Europe, Is Flooding U.S. Grocery Shelves – FDA has the laws needed to keep adulterated honey off store shelves but does little, honey industry says.”

Do you buy all that?

So, you see, the mom-and-pop ops in the PRC use lead solder in their unlined honey collection vessels and then the honey gets transshipped to India and then it comes here because it’s banned in the EU, or something like that.

Seems plausible…

Remember Gurbaksh “G” Chahal, San Francisco’s Own “Secret Millionaire?” Well, Now He’s Crying Over His Busted Ferrari

Friday, July 29th, 2011

Remember Gurbaksh “G” Chahal and all his troubles? Well, if you don’t, watch one-minute of this video from the NBC. Good times.

(Remember when he proudly pointed out his flat-panel TV (“BAM!”) and “great mirror?” And the zebra pelt on the kitchen floor?*)

But now, there’s sadness in his life owing to his slightly older-model Ferrari getting cracked up while in the custody of his Ferrari dealership. Of course, the dealership has offered to fix it up and/or offered to let him buy a newer, unused Ferrari at a higher price, but that’s not good enough for G.

Read all about it via Ryan Tate of Gawker.

Also via Ryan, an excerpt from the FB:

See that “why does this crap always happen to me?” 

Does this make “G” the “definition of a douchelord?”

At the Adam Carolla / Danny Bonaduce bachelor party, Key Club L.A. Photo via Anthony Citrano - Click to expand.

Chin up, G!

*Apparently, the people behind the Secret Millionaire show wanted to show a big delta between the lifestyle of his real-life SoMA pad vs. the Tenderloin hovel that he shacked-up in during the filming of the show. Well, some people got carried away with the made-for-TV furnishings. So that’s where the zebra pelt and chandelier came in. Ironically, you might prefer to live in that hovel on Larkin Street – it’s not that bad, right across the street from Homeland Security. Typical Americans watching had no idea that the rent on that supposedly unlivable apartment in the Tenderloin was more than their flyover country mortgage payments…

The Cigar Store Indians of the Mid-Market Proudly Announce, “CHEAPER CIGARETTES”

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Didn’t Seinfeld have an ep. where a cigar store Indian played a role?

Yes it did.

Now, tell me, is this P.C.?

I can’t tell, srsly.

Photo of 100-Year-Old Shop Selling Music and Brakeless Fixie Bikes: Place Would Fit Right In On Valencia Today

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

And, from the looks of things, having white tires was old hat back in the day.

Detroit bicycle shop, 1912 – tunes and Harley Davidsons (and Indians!) on the left and fixies, fixies, fixies on the right:

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Seems this au currant ride owned by an area art student would fit right in with the style of a century ago:

What will bikes look like in 2110?

The Least Politically Correct Sculpture in San Francisco Has Got To Be This One, On Display at Civic Center

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

It’s called Early Times, or something.

A friar lays his Jesus trip down on a native Californian, back in the day:

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Oh well…

Sri Rathayatra Festival, the One with the Huge Chariots, Goes Down in Golden Gate Park

Monday, August 9th, 2010

The 44th Annual Festival of the Chariots went down over the weekend down over in Golden Gate Park.  

As you might expect, the Richmond District Blog has all the deets with colorful photos

The Krishnas came out in force…

…from all over:

And everyone was invited to the “FREE FEAST,” of sorts:

This was the race course:

And here are all the deets:

See you next year!