First, it was all like this, in the Inner Richmond:
But now it’s like this:
I was in the nabe, so I dropped by at the campaign kickoff the other day:
Left early, but it ended up looking like this:
I’ve heard nothing from these people…
Sherman D’Silva, Richie Greenberg, Brian Larkin, Jonathan Lyens, Marjan Philhour, Andy Thornley
…so it looks like SLF is going to win come November.
(Wake me up if anything changes)
Let’s see if I can pay off on that headline here. So yeah, Ed Lee’s not popular these days, for a host of reasons. Look it up. And I believe this person could be described as an owner, of Cassava, which certainly is popular
And Twitter Tax Break, well that’s a term people use. Here’s how things* got started, but we’re not only subsidizing Twitter in the Twitterloin area – there are other outfits too. It’s complicated.
*Part of the problem the tech bros had was a law signed into law in 2004 by Gavin Newsom, which was designed to close a “loophole” in the payroll tax having to do with IPOs. Anyway, the loophole’s back.
You know, for every small business person who’s mad at Yelp, there’s another who complains not a whit. Little wonder owners of not-so-hot bidnesses want to suspend the First Amendment and ban Yelp…
But, upon further review, I see that WOULD YOU BELIEVE refers to the kind of shaggy dog story/joke/anecdote that you might hear at a dive bar called “Would You Believe?”
I get it now!
“Odd name for a dive bar. The sign says cocktails but this is a beer and shots joint.
Very divey…think pool and dice. Unlike most dives, place is clean including the bathrooms and the clientele is non menacing. We love this place.”
I’ve never seen an earth mover painted like this:
Used to see it parked on Waller.
It was involved with this fiasco last year.
I remember the J-Car. It was terrible, even at the time:
But what a clean machine!
This sign from The Richmond sort of makes a mockery of street safety, IMO
What’s next, “NEATNESS COUNTS,” “HASTE MAKES WASTE,” or “THE FAMILY THAT PRAYS TOGETHER STAYS TOGETHER?”