Archive for October 26, 2010

Bike VS. Car

October 26, 2010


At this point car wins, I think.

In any case, this is a Spoke Monster?

Best Sweatshirt Ever?

October 26, 2010

Or best article of clothing ever? You be the judge:

Wow. I get winded from excitement just looking at this crummy picture of it. Look at the placement of the cars! What? What a completely perfect thing!

Here it is again with its lucky owner, Noah:

Don’t Worry, Officer, I Have A Permit

October 26, 2010

Go Giants!

Photo by cellybrain.

Pop’s the Sports Bar

October 26, 2010

Kristopher sends us word (and a pic) of some exciting (albeit admittedly unexpected) news:

This just in! Pop’s installed a new, huge TV! That makes three, which is closing in on sports bar territory, making the Phoenix proud. It’s probably for easier viewing of the Golden Girls, or maybe even the World Series, who knows?!

Naw, it’s probably for watching old reruns of MTV’s Headbangers Ball.  Either way, add Pop’s to the list of places to watch the Giants in the Mission!

(Thanks Kristopher!)

Free Mohawks Tomorrow!

October 26, 2010

All of Them Witches brings us the good word:

[B]e at Union Square (edit: SAN FRANCISCO) on Wednesday Otober 27th between Noon and 2pm for complimentary drive-by mohawks and braidhawks courtesy of Hot On Yelp participant, Oxenrose Salon.


Male Awareness Day brings us this great ‘hawk shot:


Eat This Chrome-Winged Cheeseburger, Sucka

October 26, 2010

I mean, if that is what thou wilt.

Seriously though, I’ve never seen a burger look so heroic. And the asymmetry of having standing it on end like that, you’d think it wouldn’t work, but it works. Yum.

Somebody Pleeease Put Some Clips on YouTube!

October 26, 2010

Fabulous news! Television historian David Enos has uncovered official (?) synopses from episodes of 100 Van Ness, the SF-based ’70s sitcom we mentioned a couple weeks back. Here’s the first:

“Win Some, Lou’s Son” Lou’s estranged son re-appears.  Candace discovers a new recipe for her specialty, Christmas cake, and the kitchen gets out-of-hand.   Reed finds out that his new job as a Shakespearean actor is no walk in the park.

Read on!