Posts Tagged ‘poland’

If Lech Walesa Doesn’t Like Gay People, Then Why Does San Francisco Honor Him with Lech Walesa Street?

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013

The News of the Day:

“Walesa said in a television interview on Friday that he believed gay people had no right to sit on the front benches in parliament and, if there at all, should sit in the back ‘or even behind a wall’.”

And here is Lech Walesa Street, off of famous-for-its-gay-people Polk Street, near famous-for-its gay-people Market Street, and just a half-block from world-famous San Francisco City Hall:

The former Ivy Street, at Polk:

Larger Than Life Globetrotter Andrzej Sochacki Visits San Francisco

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

Raconteur Andrzej Sochacki really gets around, but it just so happens he’s staying  in our little burg tonight. Judging by the way he’s been hauling up the coast from Acapulco, Mexico on El 15D and more recently on The One and The 101 in his 15-year-old Land Cruiser, he’ll be in Oregon soon.

(Do you think this 1.5 decade-old Toyota is ready for the ash heap? It has more life in it than a brand new Chevrolet Trailblazer, believe it or not.) 

He’s going the distance. What drives him so? Why does he journey around the world, around the world?

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Vay con Dios, André