Posts Tagged ‘victoria’

The Oldest Police Car in the World: Still in Service for the City and County of San Francisco, CA, USA

Friday, July 1st, 2011

On duty in the corrupt Twitterloin,* a 1980′s-era** Ford LTD Crown Victoria, still operational, idling, with a driver just waiting for something to go down.

As seen at Sixth and Market, June 2011, close to the location of the recent Pride Weekend Shooting what sent a handful of peeps to SF General:

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And believe or not, this brick was the updated LTD Crown Vic, with “improved aerodynamics.”

Keep on trucking, policeman.

*Hey, do you know who signed the horrible, terrible, horrible, so-called San Francisco Twitter Tax into law back in 2004? I’ll give you just one guess, muchacha. It was the same dude what spent the better part of 2010 railing against the so-called San Francisco Twitter Tax. Isn’t it ironic, dontcha think?

**Truth be told, this rig could have been made as recently as 1991, and actually, it looks to be in great shape. Still, it’s a least two decades old…

San Francisco District Nine Supervisor Race – Meet the Candidates

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

There’s less than a month left until the big 2008 election in San Francisco, so it’s not too early to think about the Supervisor race in District Nine, aka The Mission and Bernal Heights. Here are the candidates to replace Supervisor Tom Ammiano:

David Campos
Eric Quezada
Eric Storey
Eva Royale
Mark Sanchez
Tom Valtin

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This was the scene inside the Victoria Theatre (rentals available) at last night’s debate hosted by lovely Ivy League lawyer “Sweet” Melissa Griffin, the San Francisco Examiner’s City Hall Examiner.

 200-something folks were in da house.

You can’t hide from the Big Board! All the candidates’ opinions on key propositions were posted in high relief for tout le monde to see:

What’s that – you want to hear what everybody has to say? You want to meet the candidates? Here you go.

Oh, you only want to hear from the front runners? Here you go.

Enjoy.