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Originally Posted by lefty View Post

Dude Looks Like a Lady?

So we're at a friend's place for Canadian Thanksgiving today and he talks us into going to the Castro Street Fair. Walk the streets for a bit and end up at the bar affectionately known as the "glass coffin" for its aging clientele. The leftette and I are talking with a couple of lovely young lesbians when all of a sudden a 300 lb Samoan woman pushes her way through the crowd toward me and grabs my shirt collar. At first I think she says, "I want to fuck you" and I was about to let her down gently, but I quickly realize that in fact she is saying "you look like my father, fuck you" as she cocks her fist back.  Lesbian 1 throws herself between us as Lesbian 2 reaches behind and grabs the woman's cocked arm. The leftette enlists the help of a few nearby fellows and they (along with the bouncer) toss the Samoan out.

Like to throw out an official "thank you" to the LGBTs of SanFo for saving my ass tonight.

lefty
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So.... lefty is Samoan?

a pretty hefty samoan? confused.gif
post #1352 of 2649
btw, thought I'd put this here
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America's Best Cities
By Alex Konrad | Business Week – Tue, Oct 2, 2012 2:50 PM EDT

It's impossible to say what's "best" for everyone, of course. But where's the fun in not trying? Welcome to Businessweek.com’s second America’s Best Cities ranking. With assistance from Bloomberg Rankings, Businessweek.com evaluated 100 of the country’s largest cities based on leisure attributes (the number of restaurants, bars, libraries, museums, professional sports teams, and park acres by population); educational attributes (public school performance, the number of colleges, and graduate degree holders), economic factors (2011 income and June and July 2012 unemployment), crime, and air quality. Major professional league and minor league teams, as well as U.S.-based teams belonging to international leagues in that city were included. The greatest weighting was placed on leisure amenities, followed by educational metrics and economic metrics, and then crime and air quality. The data come from Onboard Informatics, except for park acreage, which comes from the Trust for Public Land. As the methodology has changed since the 2011 ranking, a city’s rise or fall compared with last year does not suggest that it has gotten “better” or “worse.”

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San Francisco

Rank: 1
Population: 808,854


The City by the Bay, this year's winner, provides residents with the best blend of entertainment, education, safety, clear air, and a prosperous economic base. As the heart of the Bay Area, San Francisco draws on the prosperity of Silicon Valley and possesses its own diverse history well represented at cultural centers such as the de Young Museum. Residents care fiercely about their cafés and causes; night life flourishes in the Mission and the Castro, while tech companies code away in SoMa.

Bars: 394
Restaurants: 3,430
Museums: 70
Libraries: 52
Pro sports teams: 2
Park acres per 1,000 residents: 7
Colleges: 17
Percent with graduate degree: 16
Median household income: $90,640
Percent unemployed: 7.8
post #1353 of 2649
70 museums and 52 libraries?
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Thread Starter 

I think it's because I was wearing a hat and dressed like an old man. Or maybe I've put on a few too many pounds. Or perhaps I had the same number of eyes as her father. She was roaringly drunk.

 

lefty

post #1355 of 2649
hottest broad i saw on my trip was a black tranny working union square. she had it together.


I really liked that store MAC on a side note. So much product, who buys it? DINK gheys?
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Thread Starter 

Not sure who buys it. I see no one dressed like that in SanFo. Gay or straight or otherwise.

 

lefty

post #1357 of 2649
My wife and mother both shop there.
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Thread Starter 

Do they sell paddle board yoga gear?

 

lefty

post #1359 of 2649
I imagine so. There is no escaping the Yoga-Industrial Complex in San Francisco.
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Thread Starter 

All things considered, life could be worse.

 

 

lefty

post #1361 of 2649
Is that what passes for hot in Aruba?
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I'm not sure what to think of this: http://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?recordid=27&page=2719

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Part of me wants to hate them, part of me wants to take his shoes off and walk barefoot on the grass.
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These fucking things are the devil. There is already no parking in the city, and the only people using parklets are lame ass hipsters. It would be a worthwhile act of terrorism to bomb them all.
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Thread Starter 

Agree. I looked at that pic and my first thought was, "that's a fucking parking spot."

 

lefty

post #1365 of 2649
Shouldn't that dumpster park have some wainscoting or something in order to preserve the character of the neighborhood?
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