Posts Tagged ‘lost’

UBER Driver Lost in Frisco REALLY Wants to Make an Illegal Left Off of Masonic

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Charging down Masonic at a sloooow rate of speed, eventually making a legal turn the next block down.

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And this UBER Lyfter lives in town, so imagine how all those people who drive in from Santa Cruz drive.

Anyway, multiply this by 40,000 and you have part of the reason why traffic has increased so so much recently…

Ceiling of Broken Dreams, Geary

Monday, April 10th, 2017

These balloons are so high up, you’d need a beebee gun to get them down I think:

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Go in (once you make it past all the circulating cars on a desperate search for parking in the Middle Richmond, plus all the UBER / Lyfts), have a look.

How the Grinch Stole My TWITTER MOMENTS Tab! – One Day It Appeared, Then It Moved, Then It Disappeared, Now It’s Back

Thursday, December 24th, 2015

Here’s how the Twitter looked this AM after opening a new window:

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Then I says to myself, I says, “Oh no, I’m now without TWITTER’s MOST IMPORTANT FEATURE EVER!!!

But then I double-checked a few minutes later and it turned up once again, like a bad penny:

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Anyway, some people miss their missing Moments while others are left to wonder.

I have nothing against Moments, but it’s not for me. I only ever click on it by mistake, especially after it switched places with Notifications

Twitterloin Update: Highly-Rated Kahn & Keville Mechanics Mock Vladimir Putin for Losing His Siberian Tiger to China

Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

Well, this is News To Me:

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Poor Pooty!

BTW, Kahn & Keville has a verrry high Yelp rating, just saying.

Street Art: HOMOGENIZED CITY – LOST: SWEET BOHEMIA – GRADE A GENTRIFIED

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

Heart of Solis as espied on Market by reporter Sara Bloomberg:

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A Sad, Month-Long Search for a Soccer Ball in the Richmond District – “I Will Know Who the Thief is”

Friday, May 22nd, 2015

I think I would have gone with LOST rather than STOLEN!

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But that’s just me.

Surprisingly Good Sportship on Polk Street from Royal Liquors: “THANK YOU SEATTLE! BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME”

Friday, March 13th, 2015

Wow.

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Does it seem that the 49ers are less popular since they left town?

MISSING: Steven Harris – Last Seen at the California Academy of Sciences Jan 6th – Last Ping at Market / Van Ness

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

[UPDATE: “STEVEN HAS BEEN FOUND. He is currently with family.]

OK, here’s the report as far as I know:

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Steven Harris, went missing around 11:00 AM on Tuesday, January 6th, 2015, last seen leaving his job at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. His home is in San Bruno, and his last phone ping was at Market & Van Ness. His family is trying to get any sort of media attention to help bring Steven home.

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Beach Chalet Soccer Field Turf Protesters, Golden Gate Park – These People are Still Out There – They’re Not Giving Up

Monday, November 24th, 2014

Didn’t we just have an election on this topic just a few weeks ago?

I think so.

Here they are yesterday, still. Defeated, and yet not:

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CALL: Defeat does not exist in this dojo, does it?
RESPONSE: No, Sensei!

News: “Increased Internet Access at the Library!” – Plus, Our SFPL is Waiving Lost Card Fee – Plus Free WiFi

Friday, September 5th, 2014

Here’s a fresh press release from Our San Francisco Public Library:

Increased Internet Access at the Library!

Effective Sept. 5, library computer users will have greater access to Internet-enabled computers throughout the library system. Computer users will be able to reserve up to two one-hour sessions per day, as opposed to the current limit of one hour per day. The second hour is contingent upon availability. The increased time is in response to patron need and popular demand, and provides better service and utilization of library resources.

“The Library is dedicated to free and equal access to information,” said City Librarian Luis Herrera. “We believe that these additional hours will better serve our library patrons.”

In addition, most of the Main Library’s Internet Express computers, will have increased time limits, from 15 minutes to 30 minutes. Free Wi-Fi is available for both card holders and non-card holders at the Main Library and all branches for those who wish to bring their own devices. In addition, library patrons may be able to borrow a laptop computer for in-library use at branches when desktop computers are not available.

All library users are encouraged to apply for a free library card. Use of library computers is free to card holders, and, as part of the initiative to provide more access to our library users, Library staff will waive the lost card fee and issue a free replacement card through June 2015.”

Hurray!