Posts Tagged ‘Weiner’

Here’s How the “Drop Charge Against Petrelis” Blogspot is Dead Wrong About Attempted Bathroom Penis Photo Taking

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Here’s how the “Drop Charge Against Petrelis” Blogspot looks at things:

“Page 5 of the transcript illustrates how the DA’s office frames the taking of a photograph: “The conduct in this case amount to a gross invasion of privacy.” Let’s get real! While Michael’s action can be seen as an annoyance, the innocuous photograph hardly warrants such an overblown mischaracterization.”

But here’s the reality, from the webpage entitled “peaking-at-wieners-wiener-in-city-hall”

“Of all the luck an activist could ask for in terms of an impromptu run-in with an ambitious homosexual politician of the Democratic persuasion. My new camera was ready for use in the second floor men’s room at City Hall on Friday afternoon when I walked in. Scott Wiener was standing at the urinal and had just started to tinkle as I entered and the camera took 4-6 seconds to focus, enough time for him to put away his wiener and zipper up.”

If Michael Petrelis is unapologetic then he’s forcing the DA’s office into a prosecution.

Any money “wasted” on this action is on M. Petrelis and not on SFGov.

Simply, M Petrelis is not being oppressed by SFGov.

So this kind of thing is absurd:

“Needless to say, as an independent blogger who frequently displeases the powerful and politicians with access to law enforcement agencies that create legal hassles for me, I stand in strong solidarity…”

Just saying.

A Few Questions for Blogger Michael Petrelis of the Petrelis Files re: the Scott Wiener Bathroom Incident

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

So, let’s see here.

1. The idea of taking a photo of Supervisor Scott Wiener’s weiner in a bathroom was good  because…

Because why? I don’t get it.

2. Making a federal case (potentially, eventually), a cause celebre, out of this incident is helpful because…

Because why? I don’t get it.

And you say you “allegedly” attempted to violate Section 647(j)(1) of the California Penal Code because, like, you don’t know what you actually did and why you did it?’

Isn’t that the kind of thing criminals say?

I think so.

Here’s what you should do, you apologize.

You say:

1. I’m sorry for what I did. I got carried away over the whole nudity ban thing (or whatever it was) and I did something I shouldn’t have. I won’t do anything like that ever again; and

2. You say it like you mean it, whether you mean it or not.

And if you had done that already, then we wouldn’t be here with you wasting your time and the time and money of other people, like taxpayers ‘n stuff.

Just saying…

Hamburg, Frankfurt, Vienna: Teaching CW Nevius, At Long Last, How to Spell District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener’s Name

Monday, December 26th, 2011

All right, this one is easy, CW Nevius. Leave us begin.

Exhibit A:

Now, just as the word “hamburger” came from Hamburg, Germany (I guess, I don’t know, but work with me here, people), and the word “frankfurter” came from Frankfurt, Germany, the word “wiener” came from Vienna, Austria.

I’m srsly.

So, Chuckles, when you think of Scott Wiener, just imagine him in a Mozart wig or something. That way you’ll think of Vienna and then you’ll never misspell Wiener’s name again.

(Please note that this critique completely ignores the oppressively maudlin tone of Neviusese’s entire end-of-the-year holiday bit. For some reason, Neve’s writings are 80% Republican and 20% maudlin.)

This concludes yet another public spanking of CW Nevius.

Merry Christmas!

Banned in Hawaii, the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is Welcomed in San Francisco

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

Oscar Mayer’s Wiener Wagon might not be welcome in the (808) State, but San Francisco just loves its weiners, so y’all come back now, Mr. Oscar G. Mayer.

As seen recently on the 101, under the Sutro Tower (now with Digital – ahora mas que nunca!)

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via David Gallagher

Scott Wiener Uses YouTube to Announce He’s Running for District 8 Supervisor

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

Via SF FYI Net, we discover San Francisco Deputy City Attorney Scott Wiener (the preferred spelling of “weiner” is w-I-E-n-e-r, as in “Vienna“) just officially announced his candidacy today for District 8 Supervisor on the YouTube.

It looked a little like this, complete with elevator dings – listen for them:

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Scott  joins Rafael Mandelman, Laura Spanjian and Rebecca Prozan as the putative frontrunners in the replace-Bevan Dufty-race, which is just a “short” 16 months away.

PRINCIPAL SKINNER: Whoever did this is in very deep trouble.

MARTIN: And a sloppy speller, too! The preferred spelling of “weiner” is w-I-E-n-e-r, though E-I is an acceptable ethnic variant.

PRINCIPAL SKINNER: Good point.