Posts Tagged ‘noriega’

Here’s the Latest Controversial SFMTA MUNI Bus Ad: “THIS IS ISLAMIC APARTHEID” – Uh, You’re Losing This Game, SFMTA

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

Via the District 5 Blog comes the news

On It Goes

All the deets:

“After months of procrastination and dhimmitude, the San Francisco MTA finally posted our Islamic apartheid ads on city buses (above are the first of the pics). They have been running the libelous “Israel is an apartheid state” ad without hesitation (or substantiation), mind you. I, on the other hand, had to provide numerous links and references to back up my ads. Why me and not them? Because I was stating fact, but the Jew-haters were merely expressing their opinion. You can’t make this stuff up, folks.

San Francisco turned over the revenue from our ads to Muslim groups to study the effect AFDI ads had on the Muslim community, I kid you not. But they kept the revenue from the Jew-hatred ads.

We will educate the American people despite the difficulty, despite the obstacles.”

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Laying Down Street Donuts Frisco-Style: Perfect Smoky Burnouts Strong Evidence of West Bay Hoodlums

Monday, August 8th, 2011

As seen on Noriega:

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Impressively symmetric – five stars!

Forget About Bubble Tea Tapioca Balls: Today’s Fashionable Thirst Quencher Accessory is Dry Ice

Monday, August 8th, 2011

Apparently.

Just substitute cubes of dry ice for tapioca pearls and you’re in bidness, you’ll be staying au courant.

As seen in the West Bay:

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Kid was leaving a vapor trail all the way across Noriega.

OMG, Senator Leland Yee Hosts Noriega Street Food Fair August 6th, 2011!

Friday, August 5th, 2011

Whatever you do, avoid the intersection of 22nd Avenue and Noriega, you know, because of the historic gunplay at that location

…when you’re on your way to 31st Ave. for the Second Annual Noriega Street Food Fair on Saturday.

And look who’ll be there waiting for you – it’ll be Marisa Churchill, former Top Chef, Food Network Challenge competitor:

All the deets:

Noriega Street to Host 2nd Annual Food Fair on Saturday - Hundreds of residents expected at community event

Who:

Senator Leland Yee
Assemblywoman Fiona Ma
Marisa Churchill, former Top Chef, Food Network Challenge competitor and author of Sweet & Skinny
Heather D’Eliso Gordon, Registered Nutritionist at Kaiser Permanente
Marci Harnischfeger, Head Dietician at Shopwell.com
James Cabigon, Personal Chef
Chefs of Loving Hut Vegan Cuisine
Self-Help for the Elderly Lion Dance Team
Live salsa dance performance and vocals by local talent Tracy Samiento

When:

Saturday, August 6, 2010 at 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Where:

Noriega Street, between 31st Avenue and 33rd Avenue, San Francisco, California

What:

The Office of State Senator Leland Yee is proud to announce the second annual Noriega Street Food Fair, which strives to empower the community by demonstrating how to prepare simple, healthy meals and by providing resources to encourage a health-savvy lifestyle. It is also designed to rally the community and promote the diversity of merchants and restaurants along the Noriega Street corridor.

Everyone is invited to sample an array of tasty eats from the Sunset and far beyond, including Chinese cuisine, tacos, Jamba Juice fruit smoothies, tofu treats and even meat-free German currywurst. This free event will also offer five healthy cooking demonstrations, nutritious recipe ideas, healthy food samples from vendors including Pirate’s Booty and Honest Tea, free giveaways, health education and free consultations from Chinese and Western health-care professionals, pony rides, live entertainment, children’s activities and more.

The Great Jellyfish Invasion of 2010 Has Begun – Thousands and Thousands Strewn About Ocean Beach

Saturday, November 13th, 2010

These things are about the size of a Star Trek neural parasite / face hugger so you can’t miss them right now. They’re taking up a about a half-mile of Ocean Beach betwixt Lawton and Pacheco.

The Ocean Beach Bulletin, News and Opinion from San Francisco’s Western Edge, has all the deets plus some photos.

Like this one:

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Courage.