Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco’

Segway Riders Storm the Sidewalks of Fulton Out in the Farthest Reaches of San Francisco County

Friday, August 29th, 2014

Can you ride a Segway scooter on the sidewalks of San Francisco?

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No, you cannot as it’s agin the Law.

And yet:

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Oh well.

Intel + The 49ers = The Blandest Billboard Ad Imaginable. DiFi’s “Santa Clara Microchips” Team is Here

Friday, August 29th, 2014

Or rather, it’s Down There, all the way down in Santa Clara, two full counties away from us.

Anyway, this is Intel’s reward for spending millions and millions on the NFL / regulatory agencies / politicians:

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Bland, bland, bland…

Garish Paint Job on Ugly BMW X6 “All Activity Vehicle” Renders It Slightly Less Hideous

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

I don’t know why

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The Palette of San Francisco Housing – Is This Beautiful or Ugly?

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

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SFGov Hectors Drivers in The Richmond District: LET PEDESTRIANS CROSS, THEN TAKE YOUR TURN

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

The first sign I saw from this campaign was aimed at cyclists. This one’s aimed at drivers:

What’ll be next? Maybe an ad aimed at SF’s horrible pedestrians…

Baseball-Themed Newspaper Truck – Catch Everything – Ballpark Edition – The Chronicle

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

As seen on Van Ness:

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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