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“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.
Uh, What Exactly is That Equinox Company Selling in the Pacific Stock Exchange in the Financial District?Friday, January 4th, 2013
Here are two ads for Equinox Fitness on Pine Street what are about three yards high:
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I think things were a lot more wholesome at the Pacific Stock Exchange Building when it was the Pacific Stock Exchange. You know, back when Kevin Bacon filmed that Quicksilver bike messenger movie in 1986 before you were born. It went a little like this, with KB acting as a besuited yuppie stock broker at the PSE at Pine and Sansome.
You see, back then, everybody wore clothes and open outcry was the order of the day.
OMG, Halloween in the Castro is Making a Comeback for 2011 – New Mayor, New Policy? – SFPD Busy With OccupySFFriday, October 28th, 2011
Have you heard the Word on the Street? It’s that Halloween in the Castro is making a comeback in 2011. So get dressed up and go, if you want.
Now, they won’t shut down the streets and put up fences and charge admission the way they did just a few years back. Oh no. Castro in the Halloween is returning but as a smaller event. You know, the way it was before all the “bros and hos” from Santa Clara County started showing up.
I haven’t heard word one about Halloween being cancelled this year – perhaps a new Mayor has new priorities?
And do you think the cops might be busy raiding (or “training” for raiding) Occupy SF down in the Embarcadero?
Anyway, Halloween in the Castro 2011 will be a sedate affair, with delightfully-costumed people milling about.
It will be old-school, with plenty of elbow room, the way it was before the era when cops would shut down streets. Like these scenes from the smallish Halloween in the Castro 2010.
See you there!
The stage at 16th, Market, and Noe. A kid from one of San Francisco’s housing projects got mad and shot nine people a little later on this particular evening. Nobody died though:
The Raiders and Niners fan what show up are generally better behaved than the actual fans at the stadiums:
An ocean of people at 17th, Market and Castro, a few years back:
I don’t know if Halloween in the Castro will ever get this big again, but who knows…
Do You Look Like This Sexy Man? If So, Feel Free to Apply to be a Supernumerary in Our SF Opera’s Turandot!Wednesday, August 17th, 2011
Vis the SF Opera Facebook:
“Do you look like this? We are looking for 4 men to be supernumeraries in Turandot wearing this costume (or lack there of!). Anyone interested in this chance of a lifetime should call 415-565-6481 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Not a lot of pay, but a lot of exposure! Rehearsals start next week, so don’t delay.”
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Depeche Mode du Abaissez le Haight: The Fast Fashion of This American Apparel Ad in the Lower HaightWednesday, August 10th, 2011
Andrew Dudley of the Haighteration blog has a heck of a gallery of the infamous American Appareal MUNI bus shelter ad what’s on the corner of Haight and Pierce.
Wow. Talk about fast fashion - this thing changes every day.
Now here’s the cleanest copy I have, sent in by a Gentle Reader:
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Personally, I think this whole charade is welcomed by the American Apparel.
(To wit, a bunch of American Apparellers are, once again, following this morning’s 415 drama from down in Los Angeles. It looks like this:
|Domain Name||americanapparel.net (Network)|
|IP Address||66.151.52.# (American Apparel)|
AA just loooooooves this kind of stuff, IMO.)
Anyway, here’s my contribution, from a little while back:
I don’t have a clean image of this erbiquitous American Apparel bus stop ad campaign that’s all over the SFMTA’s MUNI property these days, but you probably already know what it looks like.
Anyway, this particular advertisement on the south side of Haight, around Steiner IIRC, was turning heads over the weekend.
See? It’s the most arresting ad in the world!
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What makes San Francisco’s monthly Critical Mass an illegal bicycle parade is the fact that nobody gets permits. ‘Cause getting a permit is hard - it would entail doing stuff that costs a lot of money and it would make you a magnet for lawsuits, so who needs that, right?
The thing is that corking intersections and running red lights as a group (hallmarks of Critical Mass going back to the mid-1990′s), those things are obviously illegal, so the SFPD could start issuing citations whenever it wants, of course. And that’s true no matter how they roll in the Empire State. (Actually, I question how the New York decision affects us here in San Francisco at all, but oh well.)
I’ll tell you, the biggest shock that drivers have when they get stuck at an intersection is that they get no sympathy from the cops. Drivers without criminal records tend to stay by their cars and watch the parade of bikes.
Do I think San Francisco has the will to kill Critical Mass? No. But do I think Police Chief George Gascon is planning on shaking things up, in the coming months, you know, when rain no longer threatens* and the number of cyclists is bigger? Yes.
“Hey, man, we don’t have any “leaders,” man. The City can’t do nothing to us, nobody’s in charge of CM, man.” Yes, roger that. I don’t think anybody’s going to stick you with a bill for $35,000 or anything, but changes are a coming…
Collateral damage from Critical Mass - MUNI vehicles stretching to the horizon in both directions. (Is that on the DO list or the DON’T list?) This kind of thing is one of the reasons you don’t see CM listed at the SFBC website calendar anymore.
Where’s Waldo, Cagney and Lacey on a recent Critical Mass ride:
The wonder of encountering an unexpected Critical Mass for the first time. Out-of-towners Rachel and Monica were delighted:
To Be Continued…
*Actually, tonight looks to be clear as a bell, Mel. But the forecast was for rain so tonight’s should be a smaller ride.