Wait for a red light and…
…gather your pins…
…and then wait for your money:
Also seen at Geary and Masonic.
Well, let’s let him Tweet the rest of the story:
“The good news? My iPhone 4, snatched out of my hand in SF (long story), just pinged, two weeks later! The bad news? http://t.co/ZBJ1J05“
Check it. Sai-going, Sai-gong, Sai-gone:
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But that’s not the worst part, oh no:
“Worst part was, I was holding it pretty close, waiting for a table at a restaurant. And *poof*, gone so quickly.”
(What a nice story – it’s like the Golden Gate Restaurant Association and the Mayor’s Office got together to write the copy, huh?)
All the deets here on the Twitter.
Oh baby, it’s on! Our KQED wants your stories, your ideas, your perspectives ‘n stuff.
(Remember when KQED was talking about doing Media 2.0 tings with the people behind what turned into The Bay Citizen? I think this is a part of what KQED has been planning as an alternative.)
Anyway, check it:
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All the deets, below.
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