Posts Tagged ‘TRUMP’

A SoMA Mystery: LOVENTRUMP – What Does It Mean? – I’m Stumped

Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

There’s this.

And there’s this.

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AFAIK, the locus of support of DJT is the precinct at McAllister and Fillmore in the Old Folks Home district.

As stated, I’m stumped.

Once Again, Rec and Park Fails to Honor Donald Trump on Its Annual Christmas Train in Golden Gate Park – But 2008, Well, That was a Different Story

Friday, December 1st, 2017

2017: A hippie-influenced Love Train theme this year:

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The very same train, 2008: An Obamarama, to honor Barack Obama’s election victory the month afore:

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I don’t think we’ll see a Trump either next year, for one reason or another.

And actually, I think the Obama display on public land was remarked upon at the time, by Mssrs. Matier & Ross, for two, and I also think that RPD has enough institutional memory to remember that they administer public land…

IC What You Did There, UC: “PRIVILEGE TOO OFTEN TRUMPS EVIDENCE” – Sad!!

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017

As seen in the Twitterloin:

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And the crown is for King Donald?

Poor DJT! It’s not easy being orange…

ACHTUNG, BABY: Glorious RTN Russian Media Group Invades The Richmond

Friday, November 3rd, 2017

First Trump and now this, right comrades?

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And their logo is the Statue of Liberty, for some reason.

MANSPLAINER: Uh No, Conde Nast, Barack H. Obama Was Not the 44th President of the United States – IRL, 44 was 43rd

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

(Mansplaining is telling stuff to ppl who didn’t ask you to tell them the stuff you’re telling them, right?)

So Conde Nast, I’ll just note that my man Stephen Grover Cleveland was both 22 and 24, so that means that 44 was 43rd, non?

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And DJT 45 is 44th.

One Simple Trick, huh?

And I know, you didn’t ask me to tell you. Sry.

But TMYK 🌈

(People ask me where I saw this. I think it was at the Lucky. But it’s gone now, long gone. A collector’s item in this Day and Age, I’m afraid.)

Pork Store: You Know, You Didn’t See This Kind of Patriotic Display on MUNI Buses _Before_ the Trump Administration

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

Regular MUNI:

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America, fuck yeah MUNI:

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Is this to thank the feds for all the pork over the years? Or a way to get tax and fee payers to like the MUNI just like 1% more? Or a way to play with a new feature of buses?

IDK. But I aint never seen this, in all my years…

Tree Mail: THE STRUGGLE TO DEFEAT TRUMP, Friday, July 28th, 7:00 PM, 26th and Mission

Thursday, July 27th, 2017

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Just Another Day in the Great Central Valley: TRUMP – MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

You don’t see this kind of thing in Frisco…

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General Douglas MacArthur Tunnel Update: “SF VS. TRUMP” Covered Over – How Wude!

Wednesday, June 7th, 2017

Then:

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Now:

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But I don’t think public sentiment has changed a whit since last year…

San Francisco Public Library’s New Tribute to Obama Eases Frisco’s Pain: “Barack Obama: A Legacy of Hope”

Monday, April 24th, 2017

All the deets:

“Tribute to Barack Obama lights up the library 

Barack Obama: A Legacy of Hope

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San Francisco, CA — The African American Center of the San Francisco Public Library presents a tribute to an American president who brought unbridled pride to the African American community and to millions of people around the world.  Items on display showcase Obama’s life from early childhood to his years in the White House.  

The exhibit is curated by Francee Covington, former president of the San Francisco Fire Commission and current commission member. Exhibit materials are from her personal collection, and is a celebration of Obama’s election and his eight years of service as the 44th President of the United States of America. “I hope everyone will enjoy this exhibit and celebrate the fact that for eight years we had a compassionate gentleman and scholar as our president,” says Ms. Covington.

Barack Obama, a self-described “skinny kid with a funny name,” used the skills he honed as a community organizer and Harvard Law School graduate, along with strategies from his successful runs for Illinois State Senator and United States Senator, to become the first African American candidate from a major party to run for president.  His candidacy became a movement of hope and a time for change.

On November 4, 2008, Barack Hussein Obama, America’s first African American President, was elected the 44th President of the United States and his election marked an unprecedented step forward in American history, shattering racial barriers and forever altering the political landscape.

Barack Obama: A Legacy of Hope – On view through June 1, Main Library, African American Center, 3rd Floor