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Originally Posted by djblisk View Post

People are going nuts right now because its 80 degrees.

(I'd go nuts too in 80 degree beach weather if I had to smell arm pits from someone)

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Summer has arrived! Even out in the avenues, it was warm and clear.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Summer has arrived! Even out in the avenues, it was warm and clear.

Yes, warm and clear the morning after the daily clean up on the Streets of San Francisco

 

Then again, it is breakfast for the morning critters . . .

 

San Francisco Breakfast - Free Admission


Edited by David Copeland - 9/16/13 at 8:38am
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OMG SF has a dump!
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In San Bruno.
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I enjoy that Copeland uses ridiculousness to make San Francisco residents look even more ridiculous than he. If there is anything typical to a San Franciscan it is a lack of self examination, and he is bringing that to the fore.
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I was lucky enough to get invited on a cruise with free food and drink that took us out to watch the America's Cup races. And while I was stunned by how dirty the locals were on my last trip to SF, I was somewhat surprised to find people cleaner and better dressed this time.

 

It turned out that they were all from New Zealand and had come to watch their team beat ours.

 

D'oh!

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iamatlas pointed this out on the way to dinner. At least it is a reason to hate SF developers...

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iam/heis/stillmatt, do you have any insight to offer on this "San Francisco Purist" notion?
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This is now my wallpaper. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by lwmarti View Post
 

I was lucky enough to get invited on a cruise with free food and drink that took us out to watch the America's Cup races. And while I was stunned by how dirty the locals were on my last trip to SF, I was somewhat surprised to find people cleaner and better dressed this time.

 

It turned out that they were all from New Zealand and had come to watch their team beat ours.

 

D'oh!

 

"Please drop a $20 in my America Cup."

 

(Nice shoes)

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Went for a run by the ballpark and on the Embarcadero last night, and my boys rode their bikes alongside. On our way back, we came across a man yelling all sorts of obscenity and racial slurs across the street at two black men who were leaning against a truck, looking at him like he was nuts. I'm pretty sure it's the first time my boys have heard the "n-word" in their lives. I took exception with him as I ran by, prompting my younger son to ask why I yelled at the guy and why he was yelling at the other guys. The older boy suggested that he must be drunk smile.gif and I said he was probably drunk and crazy.
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SB, does it seem to you like more people are acting out lately?
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I haven't noticed that which is probably why this stood out for me. Of course, I don't spend a lot of time in areas where one is likely to encounter such behavior. e.g., now that I work on the peninsula, I'm rarely on transit.
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http://sfist.com/2013/09/24/fan_violence_big_problem_at_candles.php

Judging by the impact Niners games have on my commute back up the peninsula, perhaps I should put this in the "I think I hate the South Bay" thread. In any case, their exodus to Santa Clara can't come soon enough.
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