Or is it the Great Leader?
I can’t tell.
I can’t recall the last time I saw a pro-life billboard in San Francisco. Maybe never?
Here it is, on Masonic near Fulton – it’s all “My Doc Says, ‘I Could Smile Before I Was Born – 12 Weeks from Conception'”
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Sometimes the counter-protest is a bigger deal, other times locals purposefully ignore WFLWC. I don’t know how it’s going to be in 2014…
I guess the hated concrete Peace Pagoda is getting honored here:
I won’t tell you which particular sign I notice.
BTW, the empty corner space at Webster and Post is going to be a large dentist’s office (boy, won’t that draw people to J-Town!) instead of the bustling coffee shop that almost went in six years ago…
I don’t know, I think I prefer my grass-roots movements to be grass-rootier than Starbucked.com.
As seen in the West Bay:
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There’s stuff about defective coffee makers? I don’t know what to say.
Anyway, it wasn’t what I expected from a Starbucks-hating website.
Check it out, if you want…
No doubt. See?
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(Now, speaking of Supervisor Eric Mar, was he really “made to look like a fool on national television,” recently? Nope. E. M. knows exactly what he’s doing. And hey, K.G., don’t you wish you were a Supervisor on national television talking about your pet issue? Oh, that’s right, E. M. is electable and you, at least so far, are not. O.K. fine. But keep reaching for those rainbows, Ken Garcia.)
Bon courage, Starbucks volunteers!
But it’s only a matter of time before they start serving up coffee Trentas - maybe your favorite barristi will do you a solid and fix you up some coffee Trenti just for you, you know, off-menu style.
Starbucks, first with the new logo, and now this.
What else will you have in store for us in 2011?