Posts Tagged ‘south park’
TREE FIDDY! – The Cost of a Doritos LOCOS TACOS Supreme is $3.49 in the Financial District – High Cost San Francisco…Monday, June 20th, 2016
This isn’t at the airport, this is what you can see from a sidewalk on Drumm near California Street. See? 3 Fitty!
So, why do you have to pay like twice as much for a refreshing DsLsTs in Frisco?
Doritos Locos Tacos (Nacho Cheese) Regular $1.39
Doritos Locos Tacos (Nacho Cheese) Supreme $1.79
Doritos Locos Tacos (Cool Ranch) Regular $1.39
Doritos Locos Tacos (Cool Ranch) Supreme $1.79
IDK, because you’re a stupid tourist who doesn’t know any better?
Which is not to say that there’s a nearby TB what charges locals normal prices, cause I don’t think there is one.
La Raza are NOT happy, but oh well.
Welcome to Frisco…
Twitterloin Update: How Do I “Live NeMa?” – I’m Glad You Asked, New Market Building! – SF’s City Part of TownMonday, October 5th, 2015
Here’s the question, from the new NEw MArket Building on Market in our Twitterloin / Mid-Market /South of Market / Tenderloin Adjacent area, you know, The City Part of Town:
And here’s the answer – like this, via The Lofts at SoDoSoPa:
And here’s your catchphrase:
NeMa: 24 months old and still no rent control.**
* NEW YORK TIMES: The prospective changes to the Tenderloin — a noirish haunt of Dashiell Hammett’s Sam Spade and arguably the central city’s last working-class neighborhood — have given rise to a new nickname: the Twitterloin.
* FORTUNE: Welcome to the Twitterloin, where tech-savvy cool meets gritty hood
**After 10 months of living in the NeMa, you just might ask yourself why you’re getting hit with a rent increase what’s 25 times more than most of your coworkers are facing, just saying…
“Pixar Canada?” – They Terk Our Jerbs! – How Hollywood-Style Tax Incentives Didn’t Work for Vancouver, British ColumbiaWednesday, November 19th, 2014
“Disney was drawn to Vancouver by tax incentives, and this closure comes in the wake of British Columbia incentives falling behind those offered by Ontario and Quebec.”
So three years of Pixar Canada were subsidized by Canadian taxpayers and then everybody’s laid off from Pixar Canada. How could anyone spin this fiasco into some kind of victory? IDK
Without subsidies, you’d expect these Pixar jobs to be in Emeryville (where Pixar is the city’s #1 employer) or Los Angeles.
Anyway, this is all news to me. Perhaps it’s news to you…
Though his mind is not for rent
Don’t put him down as arrogant
His reserve, a quiet defense
Riding out the day’s events
No, his mind is not for rent
To any god or government.
Always hopeful, yet discontent,
He knows changes aren’t permanent,
But change is.
It’s Louis the Lawyer,* caught mid-stride near the Masonic Chevron – click to expand
The world is, the world is
Love and life are deep
Maybe as his eyes are wide
Exit the warrior
Today’s Tom Sawyer
He gets high on you
And the energy you trade
He gets right on to the friction of the day
*Has it really been 30 years?
Sacrilicious: Listen to the Entire Soundtrack of the Hit Broadway Play “The Book of Mormon” Right HereTuesday, May 10th, 2011
It takes about seven minutes for the more profane aspects to kick in. If you’re the sensitive type, just listen to the first track. (You don’t want to hear what happens in Africa.)
Click to expand
And here’s the official reply from the official MormBlog:
“The production may attempt to entertain audiences for an evening, but the Book of Mormon as a volume of scripture will change people’s lives forever by bringing them closer to Christ.”
- Act I
- “Hello” – Price, Cunningham and Mormon Boys
- “Two By Two” – Price, Cunningham and Mormon Boys
- “You and Me (But Mostly Me)” – Price and Cunningham
- “Hasa Diga Eebowai” – Mafala, Price, Cunningham and Ugandans
- “Turn It Off” – McKinley and Missionaries
- “I Am Here For You” – Price and Cunningham
- “All American Prophet” – Price, Cunningham, Joseph Smith, Angel Moroni and Company
- “Sal Tlay Ka Siti” – Nabulungi
- “Man Up” – Cunningham, Nabulungi, Price and Company
- Act II
- “Making Things Up Again” – Cunningham, Cunningham’s Dad, Joseph Smith, Mormon, Moroni and Ugandans
- “Spooky Mormon Hell Dream” – Price and Company
- “I Believe” – Price
- “Baptize Me” – Cunningham, Nabulungi
- “I Am Africa” – McKinley, Missionaries and Ugandans
- “Joseph Smith American Moses” – Nabulungi and Ugandans
- “Tomorrow Is a Latter Day” – Price, McKinley, Cunningham, Nabulungi and Company
- “Hello” (Reprise) – Company