Man, quick-release skewers ought to be banned for sale in San Francisco…
Posts Tagged ‘tire’
Clever Driver Boots Own Car to Avoid Theft on the Mean Streets of Ed Lee’s San Francisco: Presenting “The Claw”Wednesday, August 13th, 2014
And look, it’s from the people who brought us The Club, back in the 1980’s.
As seen in the projects near City Hall attached to an old Honda
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I’ve never seen this before, Gentle Reader!
- High visual deterrence
- Unauthorized use deterrent
- Self locking
- Installs in seconds
- Fits wheels up to 12 inches wide
- Black vinyl dip protects wheel rim
- 3 Laser encrypted keys
- Plastic cover protects the lock from the elements
Desperate San Francisco Drivers Will Happily Roll Over Broken Glass in Order to Get a Free Parking SpaceMonday, December 3rd, 2012
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Newly-Elected Malia Cohen On The Job in District 10 Already – How Will the Flowers of Warm Water Cove Look Next Month?Wednesday, January 26th, 2011
It’s generally a lot more flowery these days down there.
See? Here’s a shot from a while back:
And here’s one from last weekend:
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Should be quite flowery there this Spring…
Get Out To Warm Water Cove Today to Help With the Clean-Up, Even Though the Blue Bottle Coffee is All GoneSaturday, January 22nd, 2011
All the deets are below.
And look, new District Ten Supervisor Malia Cohen is there!
(And don’t forget to check out the Whole Wheat Toast Warm Water Cove Park Rail Museum on your way home.)
Certainly, the sitch will be less contentious than in years past: [how does this shot show contentious-ness? confusing to readers, just steal a better shot from another site -ed.]
[why not something like this instead, The Man crushing the dreams of Urban Youth, PJ s/b all about telling stories with images, right? -ed.]
See you by the Sugar House!
When: Saturday, January 22, 9-noon: come for all or part of the morning
What: Gardening: Help get the Park gardens ready for spring/summer/fall blooming! Add California Native and Drought-Tolerant Plants to the gardens we started 2 years ago. Also new Wildflower Seeding, mulching and weeding.
Where: Warm Water Cove Park, East end of 24th St. at the Bay’s edge, Dogpatch neighborhood.
Who: GreenTrustSF, SF Port, Progress Park
Details: 2 blocks east of Third St. Light rail stop.
Blue Bottle Coffee/Juice at 9:00 am, snacks for energy.
Please bring your own drinking water.
Tools and gloves provided.
Donations thanks to our sponsors: The Good Life grocery, Piccino Café, Recology, Flowercraft Nursery, SF Port
www.gtsfcw.org, email@example.com, 415-282-5516
Did a Rec and Park cart get stuck in the middle of the Panhandle again? Sure looks that way from this photo, ’cause as we learned from My Cousin Vinny, tire tracks don’t lie.
Instead of working on aesthetics all the time, why doesn’t the PRD work on tasks they’re supposed to work on, like drainage ‘n stuff?
Just asking, bro.
Rampant Baldism on the Streets of San Francisco: Meet the Schwalbe Kojak, a “Bald” Bike Tire from IndonesiaFriday, December 3rd, 2010
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Now, you’re too young to remember but back in the day, there was a meme thing where this Telly Savalis guy would lick a lollipop and say, “Who loves you, baby?”
Ah, memories. Well, for dissing the “City by the Bay” in that link back in the ’80’s, we’re getting a little payback.
Or maybe this line of tires is what they call an homage. Irregardless, I don’t think he’d mind.
Who loves you, Baby, indeed.
[UPDATE: And look who’s at the top of my Twitter this AM – it’s popular area senior PR ad exec Kevin Kopjak – maybe his name has a similar derivation…]
And here is how that Historic Sugar House looks today:
That’s quite a change, huh? Looks like DHL Worldwide Express done moved in. (Which is apropos, since DHL got it’s start in San Francisco. Speaking of which, the “H” in DHL created DHL while he was going to UC Berkeley’s Boalt Hall. (I’m probably still on their waiting list, oh well.) Read his fascinating life story about how he killed himself with a seaplane and also read about some suspicious acts by the people employed the aforementioned University of California here.)
Anywho, the graffiti eradication program is all documented right here in “Warm Water Cove Graffiti Vandalism Project 2007″ at SFGov.org. This pdf has it all, it even shows how the SFPD catches anyone who would dare throw some urban art on the empty walls.
The mellow artists were no match for the determined City and County:
I’ll tell you back in aught-seven, it was widely predicted that the graffiti people would come back with a vengeance. I know that there have been subsequent incidents, but the City is still putting enough energy into this project to keep the place graffiti-free.
Score this a minor victory for Mayor Gavin Newsom.
More deets after the jump.