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From reader Sean C.:
I got bored at work today and threw together a silly site that will be completely irrelevant in a few days. I love it.
I love it too. And I hope it hurries up and snows.
I was just sitting down to this highly recommended yam sandwich, when I overheard someone at the next table, a little angry, a little sad:
You know what I’ve noticed? There are a lot of crows in the Mission District lately. It didn’t used to be that way.
Didn’t it? ‘Sup with all these crows? Global warming again?
I happen to walk by this spot a lot, and I’ve even made a post almost exactly like this one in past, but yesterday’s sunset was just too amazing to ignore. Couple this with our amazing summertime weather while the rest of the country is freezing over, and San Francisco once again solidifies its claim as the most jealousy-inducing location in the United States. Take that East coast!
Go watch your Superbowl, America. We’re gonna be outside ALL DAY.
I walked over to 24th Street to get some lunch, and every single business was gated off or boarded up, and crews were removing all signage and painting every single building uniform shades of red, yellow and blue. It looked like Lego. Freaky!
(I imagine this had something to do with this week’s Discolandia drama. Also, I had a dream Bob Odenkirk from Mr. Show was yelling at me about something.)