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My one possible objection to this Kia Rio subcompact would have been visibility out the rear window, but that doesn’t appear to be a problem
So long as DC Comics, Inc doesn’t object…
Just an update on this post.
Labor Day 2014:
You know, if Kink leaves us, then somebody else will use that building for something, so no biggee, right?
All right, play us out, Charlie Daniels:
From The Sound up in Long Island
Out to San Francisco Bay
And everything that’s in between them is our own
And we may have done a little bit
Of fightin’ amongst ourselves
But you outside people best leave us alone
‘Cause we’ll all stick together
And you can take that to the bank
That’s the cowboys and the hippies
And the rebels and the yanks
First, it was all like this, with the Stars and Stripes and the Bear Flag flying over the Kink.Com Armory, you know, along with a couple other flags, like San Francisco’s very own Screaming Chicken and a seasonal one, like a Rainbow Flag for Gay Pride Month and a French tricolour for Bastille Day, that kind of thing.
This has been the case for years and years:
But now, having to do with the spread of infectious disease, Kink.Com is extremely pissed off at certain governmental entities and is therefore threatening to move away.
The proof of that is this – those are black, K-for-Kink flags on the left there:
I was trying to say the same thing here but ppl didn’t believe me, so now you’ve got this new shot of the four current flags plus a Google Maps shot from a few months back..
My work is done here.
(And Kink, why not just move to Nevada if you want to move to Nevada?)
Here it is now. Pretty sweet, huh?
Pretty sweet indeed, but it makes Trouble Coffee & Coconuts appear as if it’s souther than it really is.
How about this instead? I mean SF pretty much already appears to be a hunk of $4 toast from the get-go, right? We’re basically a 7×7 square with a bight taken out of the northwest corner.* That’s correct, Gentle Readers, the unprotected bay at Lands End is called the San Francisco Bight. That sounds just like “bite,” right?
It’s also where the Four Dollar Toast Founder hangs out, more or less. Check it out, from This American Life:
“John Gravois tells the story of a potentially annoying San Francisco food trend: artisanal toast. John explains how, in fact, the trend’s origins are very down to earth, and more heroic than annoying. John wrote a version of this story for Pacific Standard magazine, where he is an editor. (17 minutes)food/drinks/cooking John Gravois
Anyway, just a suggestion. Thank you, drive through.
*This bight is why SF isn’t actually 49 square miles. Add everything up from the Farallon Islands to the small chunk of Alameda Island(!) that’s actually SF County, and we’re at 46.something square miles.