I’m spending some time in and around Golden Gate Park in San Francisco today because the de Young Museum is free of admission on Friday nights between the hours of 5pm and 9:45pm. I’ve never been so I’m super excited to go and I decided to office in the area. First order of business, of course, is to find a Starbucks or a coffee shop where I can park and WiFi and post my blogs.
Random. Fun. Drunk. Enough said. (NOTE: This blog has been updated!)
A friend of ours has a pool table in his house in San Francisco and it’s really a lot of fun. Nate and I have visited him and spent a Friday night just having drinks and fellowshipping a friendly game of pool. We’ve enjoyed group gatherings around pool table as well and it’s just a great time. I’ve decided this is a must-have for me when I buy house and, hopefully, have the space to enjoy a standard regulation table. They’re not cheap but I think it’d be a great investment in future fun and dinner party hosting. After all, sticks and balls are in our DNA, right? Lol.
I had no idea HBO did this, but it’s great marketing! I I watched it last night, and I’m intrigued as to where it will go. Looking is only a half-hour long show, so make the time to watch the first episode.
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Okay, so now you know about all the great things that Hayes Valley Bakeworks is doing, let’s talk about their food and how insanely delicious it is. In the photo above, from left to right, we have a double shot of Fourbarrel Espresso, an Oatmeal Current gluten-free cookie with orange zest, a Maple Bacon Cinnamon Roll, an apple Rustic Galette (fancy word for pie), and finally locally brewed, fresh from the tap, Revive Kombucha.
You can buy tickets here.
Yesterday in a 6-5 vote by the Board of Supervisors San Francisco narrowly passed a ban on public nudity. Meaning, no more exposed genitals in public places for a city that is often looked at as the most tolerant and liberal city in the country.
However, even with the ban there are some exceptions. You can still prance around in your birthday suit if you’re less than five years old, on private property, private beaches, and certain special events like Folsom Street Fair and Bay to Breakers. But if you’re caught showing off your bits in public the fine for the first offense is $100, second offense within 1 year is $200, and a third offense could be as much as $500 or a misdemeanor.