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Haight Street Art on a Sunday Afternoon. (Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate)

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Any San Franciscan who remembers the Sixties might not have taken enough drugs, but those who do will remember the wildly intricate art, clothing, music and posters of that era, when the… 89 more words

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The Eyes of Hung Yi. (Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate)

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Want intricate? Consider the Hung Yi sculptures which continue to draw huge crowds to San Francisco’s Civic Center. Actually, please don’t consider the sculptures as a whole. 24 more words

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Turkish Spam Poetry! At Least, I Think It's Turkish.

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Regular readers know that I like to take the spam emails that arrive in my In Box and rearrange them into poetry. But I don’t know what to do with this. 312 more words

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SOMA Neighborhood, San Francisco, California, Saturday 18 April 2015.

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I happened to run errands in San Francisco’s SOMA (South Of MArket) neighborhood during a good light day on Saturday afternoon and took a bunch of pictures of the area, originally a light industry zone rapidly turning into a residential neighborhood. 61 more words

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Hung Yi Sculptures, San Francisco Civic Center

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So the work crews finished installing all of the sculptures at the Civic Center, mentioned in a recent picture puzzle post, and I present the bulk of them. 61 more words

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Another New Picture Puzzle!

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Fair warning; this post is a tad raunchy. I don’t mean to offend anyone.

The men’s room at The Exit Theatre is famous in the Bay Area theater scene for possessing one of the most abused warning signs in the entire history of restrooms inside Western theaters. 68 more words

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Newest Picture Puzzle, 15 April 2015!

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Typical San Francisco Civic Center. You go to work in the morning, and it’s bare. Come home from work at 5:00 p.m. and you see these: 110 more words

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