As seen on Market inbound:
This is different:
Part of the San Francisco Police Mounted Unit::
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Thusly. Strike a pose, mate:
Click to expand, Gov’ner. Right!
Of course this shot was from back in the day, from back before the Black Paint Attack of 2013, which damaged the appearance of the famously peaceful heart doctor.
But a genuine 2010 Banksy is a genuine 2010 Banksy, right? So check it out the next time you’re on Eddy Grant Avenue – it’s electric!
Sure you can!
“When a friend of Sheryl Sandberg’s was looking for a stock image of a female plumber, all she found online were women posing in lingerie and clutching wrenches.”
Mmmm. What if I tried to find stock images of a “female plumber?” Here, take a look, no foolsies.
Well, wrenches, sure, that’s the whole point. Holding a plumber’s wrench = plumber, right?
But “posing in lingerie?” Not so much.
In fact not at all! But this one is close, I ‘spose:
Gentle Reader, I’ll make the impolite suggestion that billionaire* Sheryl Sandberg’s conveniently-unidentified millionaire* friend doesn’t know what she* is doing when she hunts for images online.
Why not sell books and lead by NOT (re)telling lies/stories that don’t add up?
END OF LINE.
Some day, some day, some day, I’ll be the peacock
Winsome on Sansome:
Click to expand – now that’s a telephoto lens, so I guess the photographer won’t capture the copy of The New York Times that Dude is holding
Some day, some day, some day, Dominion
“Domain Name: bankofamerica.com (Commercial)
IP Address: 171.###.###.# (Bank of America)
ISP: Bank of America
Search Engine: google.com
Search Words: how tall is christina loren”
Sorry, unknown Bank of American,* there are some answers that even Google doesn’t have, like how tall Christina Loren is.
But, thanks for asking.
“Speechless I am.
Anyway, here it is.
Oh, wait a sec, here it is, shrunk 4x. I’m still blown away by this:
(Animated gif courtesy of fair use doctrine)
Now that’s what I call Bay Area Journalism!”
*That’s what they call each other, I’m srsly.
Speechless I am.
Anyway, here it is.
Oh, wait a sec, here it is, shrunk 4x:
Now that’s what I call Bay Area Journalism!