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Posts Tagged ‘pocket’
How Do Thieves Break Your Car Windows Quietly on the Streets of San Francisco? With Tiny Ninja Rocks!Wednesday, March 13th, 2013
Has it been ten years since Ninja Rocks have been enshrined in our California Criminal Code? Yes!
Celebrate by breaking into cars this year, as people are already doing on McAllister Street right near City Hall.
But don’t use a hammer to get car booty. Hammers are heavy.
Use ninja rocks to break windows instead. (They’re super light so they’re easy to carry around.)
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“466. Every person having upon him or her in his or her possession a
picklock, crow, keybit, crowbar, screwdriver, vise grip pliers,
water-pump pliers, slidehammer, slim jim, tension bar, lock pick gun,
tubular lock pick, bump key, floor-safe door puller, master key,
ceramic or porcelain spark plug chips or pieces, or other instrument
or tool with intent feloniously to break or enter into…”
Here’s a Place for Your Smartphone, in a Special Pocket in Your Jeans – Presenting the Delta415 from Alphyn IndustriesThursday, June 21st, 2012
I don’t know, but here it is:
My dad had this kind of deal to take notes when he flew airplanes, in the pre-smartphone era:
All the deets:
“SAN FRANCISCO CLOTHING COMPANY REINVENTS THE ORIGINAL BLUE JEAN FOR YOUR SMARTPHONE: DELTA415
It’s Time to Change Your Pants: Alphyn Industries Launches the Delta415 Premium Jeans
(June – 2012) – Tech-fashion brand, Alphyn Industries has launched a new line of premium denim, which will revolutionize the way consumers interact with their smartphones. The Delta415 Premium Jeans are made of advanced materials designed to improve 21st century urban lifestyle. The stylishly intuitive smart jean is the latest product in the WEARCOM™ line. The WEARCOM™ technology gives the wearer the ability to use a smart device within the garment without physically holding it.
The patented Wearcom™ pocket (3 x 5 inch / 7.6 x 12.7cm) is made of durable polymer film to allow for complete interactivity with any touch screen device. A buttonhole above the genuine leather film edge opens into the front pocket for threading headphones/mic wire into right pant pocket. The zippered pocket cover provides a discrete look, secure and easy retrieval, and full usability of the smartphone while sitting down.
The Jeans are handmade in San Francisco, California, the heartland of Silicon Valley and the birthplace of blue jeans. They are made from 100% cotton denim and organic cotton pockets. The dedicated device pocket gives the wearer’s smartphone the safe functional home it deserves as the wearer navigates the urban stratosphere and makes things happen.
“We test and use the best materials because we know it is what our customers expect” said, Ben Raviv, CEO of Alphyn. Alphyn draws on the tradition of bringing military technologies to the public and redefining civilian culture.
Inspired by the fighter pilots’ G-suit, which has custom straps and pockets for a map clipboard and notes attached to their thigh during flight, Alphyn developed unique pocket configurations, which hold smart devices, and allows the wearer to interact with their device without the need to hold it. The goals are to make living safer, and to make everyday clothing stylish, protective, functional and user friendly, and merging advanced mobile gear with everyday clothing to accommodate our communication culture.
Industries is located in San Francisco, the birthplace of blue jeans and the silicone chip. Alphyn manufactures its clothes locally, reflecting the Bay Area’s culture of backyard Silicone Valley tech giants like Apple, Google, Zynga and eBay, combined with the rich fashion tradition of LEVIS, Dockers, GAP, and The North Face, who have reshaped classic American fashion.
Testing the best materials available, from space age silver coated, nylon cotton knits to denim woven on vintage looms; Alphyn uses the most advanced materials to produce its products. Alphyn bridges the gap between communication, safety, and fashion, and to offer its customers timeless design and style with avant-garde technologies and quality American craftsmanship.
We are Alphyn Industries, join the technological apparel revolution!
Engineered straight leg cut
Accommodates any touchscreen device (up to 3 x 5 inch) – iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch, Droids and other devices.
Extended right belt loop with tactical black key ring
Made of coated 100% cotton indigo dyed denim.
Made in San Francisco, California.
Composition: 100% Cotton denim, organic cotton pockets and a polymer film.
Care Instructions: Wash inside out, cold cycle with like colors, do not bleach, tumble dry low.
DO NOT IRON OVER DEVICE POCKET
Sizes: 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38
Color: Indigo Blue
Purchase the jeans on our website: http://bit.ly/LBAUQ7
Poor little feller:
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Cheeky little devil!
This whole issue concerning the soccer fields in the west end of Golden Gate Park is your classical what-do-we-want-to-do-with-our-land conflict that has your nature lovers squaring off against your soccer players.
There’s lots to consider – migrating birds, soccer injuries, lighting up the night sky near Ocean Beach, and the budget ‘n stuff.
This hawk was able to capture and eat two pocket gophers in the space of about five minutes in Golden Gate Park the other day.
We’d probably be overrun with gophers by now if it weren’t for our hungry hawks.
Yet another serving of roditore carpaccio:
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The theme for the day was Things That Fly, for the most part. This boingboing air rocket was poised for launch, after lunch:
David Pescovitz et filius waiting for lift-off:
A large tree was “killed,” sort of. This analog Twitter feed has the deets:
The “Balloon Eating Tree” in the process of earning its sobriquet:
The branch that the balloon felled:
The Gopher Watch…
proved frutiful, with a little help from a non-frosted animal cracker:
And croquet, of course:
And here’s the collector T-shirt, up close:
Come back soon, bb!
These cruiser-style minibikes roared up and down Irving Street in the Middle Sunset, causing a few sensitive pedestrians to cover their ears. How wude! But it was just like The Wild One with bad boy Marlon Brando and goode girl Mary Murphy right in front of the Quickly, except in color, and with frogurt instead of beer.
Why not get one for yourself? Just 300-something bones will get you started.
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