This bit here has elements that are somewhat old and hackneyed, and yet it’s also brand new and it’s also informative:
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Harsh: “Hitler Reacts to Oracle Team USA’s America’s Cup Loss” – This is How the “FaceBook Generation” RollsThursday, September 12th, 2013
Sneaking Into Outside Lands Used To Be Easy, But This Year It’ll Be Hard – Photos and Video of How People Have Snuck InThursday, August 8th, 2013
You had the option of going under or over the wire.
Here’s UNDER. See how that works? Easy peasy.
Click to expand – well there’s the problem: No bottom tension wire on the chain link fence plus the line posts were placed too far apart.
And here’s OVER. This here is called the bum rush:
You could get away with this kind of thing a couple years ago.
Now. things have changed – you won’t be able find these weaknesses in 2013.
Oh, your friend Badger’s working on the inside this year and he’s going to let you and your buds in? Well, that might work.
But the days of a single chain link fence between you and your tunes are over at the Outside Lands
Achtung Baby! SFPD Sting Op Comes Down Hard on an iPhone Thief – A Nice Video Featuring Retractable BatonThursday, July 11th, 2013
IDK, I think this dude’s court-appointed mouthpiece would be happier if dude hadn’t turned off Find My iPhone before negotiating the $180 finder’s fee.
“Uploaded on Jul 10, 2013
A friend of mine dropped her phone. This guy found it, and demanded $180 to get it back after disabling ‘Find My iPhone’. The police agreed to set up the sting. The guy you see from the back in the hat is the undercover cop. He goes to pay the guy and the three others move in. Especially notice the one flick out his baton. At this point, I am asked to stop filming, but allowed to continue after informing the officer of my rights. He only asked I moved a little down the block, which I complied with.
As seen on Sansome – click to expand
I don’t know, just last month I saw actual rickshaws in Japan, where the name comes from. But rickshaws are banned in some other parts of the world for being too dehumanizing or demeaning or something.
Above, we have a bicycle rickshaw driver in a Conical Asian Hat.
Oh little boy, do you think that’s racist? Now don’t be afraid to express yourself:
The Best Bail Bonds Ad Ever – Harry Kassabian of Van Nuys – A “Commercial for Criminals” via SF EgotistWednesday, May 29th, 2013
Note the over-use of air quotes:
I guess the Epoch News does real news now? News to me. Anyway:
“Another thing Elizabeth Stampe would like to see is “road diets.’ ”They take a road that’s kind of fat, like Sixth Street, which has a lot of lanes, and they reduce the number of travel lanes,’ Stampe said.”
I don’t know, You Make The Call on how wrong this Cadillac commercial is:
Apparently, San Francisco and Los Angeles are the same place.
Apparently, Brad Pitt just looooooves grandpa cars.
Apparently, Brad Pitt is a whore and his price is $3,000,000.
When you’re on Haight Street these days, sure, you expect a parolee to come along to give your noggin a floggin and rip the iPhone from your grasp, you know, something routine like that.
What you don’t expect is an encounter like this, involving a gaze of brazen raccoons.
Lower Haight Raccoons by Monte Francis: