Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco’

Word on the Street: The Aggressive Pit Bull Lady of Alamo Square – “With One Word, My Dogs Could Kill You”

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

Allegation:

Two pit bulls came rushing up to him on the east side, and when our walker asked the owner to call the dogs away, she became extremely aggressive and told our walker, “With one word, my dogs could kill you.”

Sounds credible to me.

And here’s your takeaway:

If you see this woman & her dogs, it’s best to walk away. She clearly has no interest in being a good neighbor.

Aggressive dog owners, you might think that you have a friend in Supervisor Scott Wiener and if you all keep giving him money, you’re probably correct, but not everybody in town is a weak-willed politician. A lot of people in town don’t like you.

So straighten up and fly right, why not?

Here’s One of the Snowy Plover Signs that Dog Owners Like to Vandalize Over at Ocean Beach

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

As a form of protest over Federal leash laws that everybody else in America is cool with.

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Oh well

Never Trust a Bus: “SCIENTOLOGY – KNOW YOURSELF, KNOW LIFE” – Now That’s a Big Ad

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

As seen in the Bay Area:

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I knew a guy who took a test from a “scientologist” back when they were at 7th and Market, you know, back in the day. It had about 150 true/false questions. After grading it, the junior scientologist wrote “NEEDS SEVERE COUNSELING” on it in red. And I thought, no, I don’t think that’s what you mean.

But maybe it was. IDK.

Here’s how things looked back in the aughts when They were working Market Street:

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All right, play us out, Tom. BTW, KSW can work for everything. Like the SFMTA could have KMW for “Keeping MUNI Working,” you know, whether it’s actually working or not.

The Death of Mi’yana Gregory: Grading Matier & Ross, the SFDA, the SPPD and Others

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

I suppose we as a society have all failed Mi’yana Gregory.

What can we learn from this?

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Matier and Ross: A+

Continued excellence. They are the Un-Nevius. Before, I was wondering why the aunt was getting charged, but not anymore after reading that M&R piece. Speaking of CW Nevius, he would have taken the same info and came out with something maudlin and/or something packed with all his biases.

SFDA: A

All the DA’s office can do is process what the cops give them so it’s still a bit early, but this is the proper tone:

“It’s truly a tragic situation,” countered Alex Bastian, a district attorney’s spokesman. “However, we don’t make the facts – they come to us as they are.”

SFPD: B

If I know that that white Toyota product isn’t a Honda then so does the average SFPD cop, so it’s funny how the car’s initial description went out. Anyway, IMO, the horrible screen-grab photo from the video camera shows a 1990′s Lexus ES300, based upon what looks to be white on the taillights and also the dark-colored rocker panel (but I can’t really see what the C-pillar looks like and presumably the  SFPD has seen a bunch of other images from other cams on Mission). I still don’t think the car could be a 1992-1994 Camry but oh well. What makes it distinctive are the dark wheels and that was emphasized, so that’s good. Why not drive an old Camry down that same stretch of road at night and see if you can see any white at all on the taillights? Just asking.

StreetsBlog SF: C

Check it out, it reads like Pravda, Comrades. The term jaywalking in put in quote marks because, because…

Walk SF (aka That Chick From Punahou High): D

What you should do, when talking about this accident, is to talk about this accident. What you shouldn’t do is to ride your hobby horse all over the place.

Defense Attorney F:

The “real killer” defense didn’t work for OJ either, right? The cell phone issue really hurts your client, of course, but crossing through traffic with a couple two year olds at night on Mission is a tough job under any circumstance. The defense might want to think about that.

So that’s it so far. (If I were the SFMTA, I’d be wondering why yet another employee is up on charges for the death of a pedestrian. Why not emphasize safety in your operations, SFMTA, since you don’t seem to be all that interested in moving people around efficiently. Why don’t you give us something back in exchange for all that money we give you?)

OMG, MasterChef is Casting in San Francisco on Sept 13th, 2014 – All the Deets

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

Right here.

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Bon appetit, bon courage…

What Does It Mean When a Ferrari Driver Goes 50 MPH on the Freeway? It Means He’s Holding a Cell Phone Up To His Face

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

This driver wasn’t looking down at his cell phone (or iPod Touch or small tablet or phablet – I couldn’t really tell) while driving 15-20 MPH slower than surrounding traffic, oh no. Brocephus here was holding his mobile up high above the steering wheel.

I’ve never seen this before. Anyway, it’s your classic distracted driving and the proof of that is how slowly he was going.

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(And a license plate? Oh no, no thanks, not for me, not for my Ferrari. License plates are for the little people driving around in their Honda Civics…)

Attention Ferraristi: You all think that you’re “good drivers” but in fact, as a group, you’re not. You’re all now on secret double probation – straighten up and fly right.

The Same Old Grind: Taking CL TRANE to Work – But At Least It’s Reliable

Monday, August 25th, 2014

As reliable as an aging Honda Civic, which is pretty reliable indeed.

One supposes this car driver is a Cal Train fan:

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Fillmore the VW Transporter Goes Solar with Photovoltaic Panels – Plus a Bike When You Actually Need to Go Someplace

Monday, August 25th, 2014

Note electrical cables coming down from the roof.

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Park this rig near free WiFi and you’ll have all the comforts of home while saving thousands on rent each month:

“MY DAILY” – This Ferrari Driver is Better than the Average Because He Drives It Every Day, Not Just on the Weekends?

Monday, August 25th, 2014

Apparently:

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But will he tailgate you for a mile or two on an empty freeway because he doesn’t want to pass you on the left? Yes, yes he will:

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I cry foul.