Non-Tweets Under the Fedora for Dec 13th: Harold Baines, Rep Swalwell, ¡No Pasaran! San Francisco and Abortion

¡It's been a few days since Harold Baines has been elected to the Baseball HOF by committee and the articles keep coming about how he doesn't belong. I'm a small hall guy who thinks that if you have to think if a person belongs in a HOF fame they likely don't but let me say … Continue reading Non-Tweets Under the Fedora for Dec 13th: Harold Baines, Rep Swalwell, ¡No Pasaran! San Francisco and Abortion

LA is Better Than San Francisco

by baldilocks And Santa Barbara If there's one thing we Los Angeles natives and residents can take comfort in, it's this: we aren't San Francisco. Two restaurant supervisors in San Francisco introduced new legislation Tuesday to prohibit new office buildings from offering free lunch. Ryan Corridor, a local restaurant owner, told KPIX that they can’t compete … Continue reading LA is Better Than San Francisco

100 Word Fan Fiction: Dale the Whale Beaches Adrian Monk

"Remember, leave that cloth exactly where I told you." "Boss, why all the cloths?  You're been advertising to the world that you're behind this for weeks." "Advertising? No, the indefatigable Capt Leland Stottlemeyer and his boobs in blue aren't remotely smart enough to recognize my signature" said Biederbeck, "I'm only advertising my involvement to one … Continue reading 100 Word Fan Fiction: Dale the Whale Beaches Adrian Monk

Pride Goeth Before (During and After) the Fall

Pride goes before disaster, and a haughty spirit before a fall.  -Proverbs 16:18 I spent last week in San Francisco for work. My duties required me to arrive on Sunday, which means I got there smack in the middle of the Pride Parade. The practical effect of the parade is that it snarled traffic enough … Continue reading Pride Goeth Before (During and After) the Fall

This Ain’t The Summer Of Love

This past Tuesday, the mysterious yet not mythical Mrs. Dude and I took in a one night only presentation of a concert film. Well, to be accurate I took it in; she endured it. Said film was a never-before shown Grateful Dead show recorded in the summer of 1989 at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. … Continue reading This Ain’t The Summer Of Love

The Obama Administration & SF have some Damn Nerve asking this of the Steinle’s

Fletcher Reede: Settle! - Settle, settle, settle ! Liar Liar 1997 I couldn't believe me eyes when I read this headline : San Francisco city officials to ask Kate Steinle’s family to dismiss lawsuit And the first paragraph tells us that they aren't alone. The U.S. government and the City of San Francisco are asking … Continue reading The Obama Administration & SF have some Damn Nerve asking this of the Steinle’s

Experimenting with Public Urination in SF Adrian Monk Hardest Hit

Adrian Monk: [to the murder suspect] You had the hotel key card, so you knew where he was staying. You ran the whole way. You probably didn't even notice that it was starting to rain... you. It was you. You filthy, disgusting animal! YOU MAKE ME SICK! [confused, everyone turns to look where Monk is … Continue reading Experimenting with Public Urination in SF Adrian Monk Hardest Hit

The Soft Bigotry of San Francisco expectations

Last week there wa a piece at Fox News concerning Seattle and the sudden discovery by some workers that an increased minimum wage has other costs: Evidence is surfacing that some workers are asking their bosses for fewer hours as their wages rise – in a bid to keep overall income down so they don’t … Continue reading The Soft Bigotry of San Francisco expectations

I might have to go to confession over the Walk for Life in SF…

...because not only does this: A massive anti-abortion protest shut down downtown San Francisco. Tens of thousands of people were making their voices heard Saturday. NBC Bay Area’s Christie Smith reports from San Francisco delight me due to the massive crowds but I'm absolutely drooling over these two things that must turn the stomach of every … Continue reading I might have to go to confession over the Walk for Life in SF…

SF Press Conference AFDI Update

Yesterday after talking to Stephanie Ong Stillman the Director of communications of the SF DA's office and finding the SF press conference while condemning Pam Geller's ads, was not going to be condemning either the quotes in the ads or the people who said them I was in a big hurry to do two things … Continue reading SF Press Conference AFDI Update

San Francisco OK on Bombers and their words, not on Ads

Hazel:  Is cowslip coming?  Maybe he knows. Fiver:  He wouldn't  come.  He told me to stop talking about it Watership Down 1978 Richard Adams Pam Geller just put up this post concerning a press conference that is scheduled to take place in San Francisco at 4 PM EST (1 PM SF time) City leaders will … Continue reading San Francisco OK on Bombers and their words, not on Ads

That I would see something like this in an American City…

...while survivors of the ovens are still alive is obscene. Update: Here is one of the images: I challenge anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of the propaganda of Germany in the 30's and 40's to go to the link and claim that this is simply opposing a medical procedure. I challenge the author of this … Continue reading That I would see something like this in an American City…

Some thoughts concerning this NSFW public event in SF

reported by Zombie (incredibly NSFW) 1. He is exactly right that if it was a group of Christians making fun of Gays in the same manner it would be front page news on every paper, held up as a sign of intolerance and condemned by every major media outlet. The MSM will never cover this … Continue reading Some thoughts concerning this NSFW public event in SF

The San Francisco Weekly

...had an article (via Glenn) that is a scathing critique of the City and how it is run, two things jumped out at me, neither of which were a surprise: #1 The Rush was Right moment. If you actually Listen to Limbaugh show, you will note that for years he's said that liberals are all … Continue reading The San Francisco Weekly