Posts Tagged ‘personalized’

MPK Hearts JJK: Appalachia had the Hatfield McCoy Feud, the Bay Area has Stanford vs. Cal – A “HOUSE DIVIDED”

Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

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MUNI Bus Ad of the Week: “Discover Doctors Convieniently [sic] Located at the Intersection of Personalized and Excellent?”

Monday, March 17th, 2014

[UPDATE: Oh, and as Reader Andrew notes, "convieniently" isn't spelled proper.]

From Diggity* Health Medical Group:

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That’s funny ’cause most doctors I know are inconveniently located at the intersection of Croesus and Mammon, am I right, GF?

Anyway, this ad’s a bit wordy for a MUNI bus, IMO.

“C-”

*Giggity

ZRNIC! Failed James Bond Villain of the 1970′s or San Francisco Medical Professional of Today?

Thursday, August 8th, 2013

I could go either way:

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Either way, probably a dude from Marin

Owner of All-Electric Nissan Leaf Car Smugly Waves Good-Bye to British Petroleum

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Thusly: 

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Quick question: Is this the front of the car or the rear? Mmmm….

Does the Word “God” Belong on California License Plates? I Don’t Know, Maybe – Check Out “I Heart You God 1″

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Obviously, California will let you put the word “GOD” on your license plate, ’cause, well just look.

One supposes “I Heart You God” was already taken:

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Maybe courts are looking at things differently lately?

I know not.

Oh, here’s something:

“The number ’69′ is reserved for 1969 year model vehicles.”

But they don’t talk about other taboo topics.

Oh well.

Merry part.

The Best Toyota Prius Vanity License Plate Ever: “PIOUS 1″ – Guilty as Charged

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

Toyota Prius drivers, on average, are the worst in the San Francisco Bay Area. Also, they behave, on average, as if they are more privileged than the average driver-citizen. 

Keep that in mind when you take a look at this vanity license plate

pi·ous/ˈpīəs/Adjective

1. Devoutly religious.
2. Making a hypocritical display of virtue.  

“PIOUS 1″ - you can’t argue with that:

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Just $375 Will Get You Into the Japanese Tea Garden Come September 15th: Party for the Parks

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

And I thought $7 was too much… Anyway, the coming Party for the Parks will be:

“A civic celebration to raise funds and gather friends for San Francisco’s parks and recreation programs.”

Sweet. And who might those friends be? How about them honorary co-chairs:

“Gavin Newsom, Art Agnos, Willie Brown, Frank Jordan, Dianne Feinstein (yes, DiFi!), Gina Moscone, and the Consul General of Japan, the Honorable Yasumasa Nagamine.”

You are so totally there, for as little as $375. Or heck, just cough up some coin and become a Sponsor yourself.

See you there!

September 15, 2010
6:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M.

A civic celebration to raise funds and gather friends for San Francisco’s parks and recreation programs. Honorary Co-Chairs are:San Francisco Parks Trust and the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department,  the event includes a cocktail stroll in the Japanese Tea Garden from 6:00 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.  The evening continues with an Asian inspired sumptuous buffet, catered by Dan McCall in a tented redwood grove across Tea Garden Drive. Dancing featuring DJ Spider will conclude the evening.

The Honorable Gavin C. Newsom, The Honorable Art Agnos, The Honorable Willie L. Brown, Jr., The Honorable Frank M. Jordan, The Honorable Dianne Feinstein, Gina Moscone, and Consul General of Japan, The Honorable Yasumasa Nagamine.

Event Co-Chairs are:

Connie Goodyear Baron, Meg Bertero, Nancy Conner, Ben Friend, Christine Gardner, Rebecca Green Birdsall, Lucy Hume Koukopoulos, and Cynthia B. Silverstein.

Hosted by

Patron Benefit Levels

First Families For Parks  $10,000

• Individual family recognition on-site at prime location in Golden Gate Park    
• Reserved first family seating at party                      
• 10 tickets to party                                
• 4 VIP tickets to Schwab Cup, Luxury 49er Box Seats, or Outside Lands Concert
Family reception with Phil Ginsburg, General Manager RPD
Personalized bench in Golden Gate Park                    
• Membership in Park Leadership Society    

Funds raised will focus on Golden Gate Park. With over $1 billion in capital needs and an ever-declining maintenance budget, Golden Gate Park needs to plan for long-range financial sustainability and to weather near-term Park emergency needs.

Civic Leader  $5,000
• 6 tickets to party                                
• 4 VIP tickets to Schwab Cup, Luxury 49er Box Seats, or Outside Lands Concert
• Opportunity to host a three hour private party in the Angler’s Lodge, Hamilton  
   Recreation  Center and Pool, Sunnyside Conservatory or Stern Grove Clubhouse

   (Trocadero)        
• Membership in Park Leadership Society      
                
Funds raised will directly impact park maintenance throughout city parks and add ‘boots on the ground’. We will focus funds on volunteer activities and the new Gardener Apprenticeship Program.

Park Hero $2,500
• 4 tickets to party                                
• 2 VIP tickets to Schwab Cup, Luxury 49er Box Seats, or Outside Lands Concert  
• Private lesson in Lawn Bowling, Horseshoes, Archery, or Model Boat Yachting by
   enthusiasts in Golden Gate Park                        
• Membership in Park Leadership Society                     
 
Funds raised will build multi-use trails throughout Golden Gate Park and throughout the City’s 4,317 acres of parkland in order to promote the health of the city and its citizens.

Park Activist  $1,250
• 2 tickets to party                                
• 2 VIP tickets to Outside Lands Concert                    
• 10 passes to the Carrousel in Golden Gate Park                
• Membership in Park Leadership Society   
                   
Funds raised will support our Recreation Centers, their equipment needs, and the desire of community members to keep the newly renovated, and, hopefully all Rec Centers, open during peak hours. Funds will flow to the San Francisco Parks Trust’s Gear Up Fund for these purposes.

Individual Tickets  $375

This Driver in Berkeley is Proud to be GOD FREE

Wednesday, September 17th, 2008

The owner of this aging, origami-era Toyota Camry is GOD FREE, apparently, and quite proud of it.

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Having this California license plate on your car could be considered the opposite of having an icon of Saint Christopher, Patron Saint of Drivers, hanging from the rear-view.