[via Mike Chino]
So says an email update from Golden Gate Ferry this morning. Here’s the rest:
With the recent winter storms and rainy weather, there is an unprecedented amount of debris floating in the San Francisco Bay. Maneuvering around this debris may cause some Golden Gate Ferry arrivals to be delayed, especially during the early morning and late evening commute trips when visibility is decreased due to darkness.
We will do our best to keep trips on time, but the safety of our passengers is paramount. We regret any inconvenience.
Wowee. Now go enjoy yourself a possibly slightly delayed budget yachting adventure quick before the government relaxes even more environmental regulations and the San Francisco Bay turns into a giant debris-filled tar pit!
I was at the Cal Academy of Sciences the other night for their weekly NightLife party (where it’s 21+ and there’s booze everywhere) and came upon this portion of their earthquake exhibit wherein visitors are asked to share earthquake-related memories.
Here’s a good one from the Mission:
And this one is good too:
[via The Heated]
[via Wes Burger]
I know it’s hip to be all, “Ugh, pictures of sunsets,” but I mean look at this.
Now please enjoy these past posts about times strange stuff fell from the sky in the Mission…
I almost fell off my stool, but according to this internet site, you’ll roll this “about 1.5 times every 100 rolls.”
So, like, no big deal I guess.