[UPDATE: Oh, here it is: #10,000.]
“There are 9999 blog posts on Laughing Squid written by Scott Beale.
Bon Courage, Scott Beale.
Famous Frank Chu at OpBART 5, Market Street, USA:
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Civic Center, San Francisco, California, USA
Skateboarding is not a fashion crime:
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Maybe this should be a series…
Then it might go a little something like this:
Now, what do those reddish, platform-style rocking kicks (do they come with horseshoes?) say to you? To me, they say, “Steal my iPhone 4* and I won’t even try to chase you down.”
Stay safe, MUNI riders!
*I’ve seen the iPhone 5, baby. I had one in my hands a couple months back, or a prototype, anyway. It’s the same thing as the 4, right? That means the screen is slightly but signif. smaller than my now-out-of-date and much cheaper and somewhat-better-than-the-iP4 Samsung Galaxy S 4G Classic. Apple’s ascared of Samsung of course, hence the current lawsuit.
Come on, you can do it. Take a gander at the dollar amount of the fine for abandoning your car on the streets of San Francisco. Let’s agree that dollar amount has two digits, but it is $75? $85? $88? $98? $80? $90?
This is no mere triviality - if you don’t get the proper notice then you might not have to pay the fine. As to whether San Francisco can legally tow away your ride with the way the local laws are written these days, well, that’s up in the air.
Can I explain why the owner was given only three days to move in light of the last year’s policy change allowing seven days? No, no I cannot. Click to expand.
Are San Francisco drivers gonna get a massive refund the way it just went down South San Francisco Way with the red light cameras? [KRON's Eve Taft- why isn't she in every romcom Hollywood can produce?] No se.
I’m the first one to rain on the parade of plaintiff’s attorneys with ridiculous notions of what constitutes a decent lawsuit, but this one, this one looks good.
The mise-en-scene atop Buena Vista Heights at the end of Masonic, where it’s so hilly you might need an exemption to drive your SUV around.
This aging, now-woodless Willys Jeep Wagon ur-SUV needs no exemption for excessive weight as it’s not close to the weight limit. (I ought to call it in to Pimp My Ride or something.) Wonder where it is now, wonder if it got towed. [Dude, where's my car? What happened to my woody?]
Anyway, we’ll just have to bide our time to see what occurs with this not-yet-certified class action lawsuit. Writer Joe Eskenazi will keep us posted, I’m sure.
To Be Continued…