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    SF also has an ABA team (the rumble) that can be fun to watch or if you feel like taking the train for an hour you could go see the sharks in SJ.

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    Sharks are kicking ass, they are gonna win the cup in my opinion. But got to eaither a SJ sharks game or a Golden State Warriors game in Oakland like others said. Bart is the way for oakland, and I've trained it from SJ to SF so just train it from SF to SJ and it drops you right at the game.

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    Caltrain is great because you can openly drink alcohol on it.

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    SF giants games were interesting on the Drunk Cal Train ride, you can't drink on the way back but can on the way there...

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    Yeah, my friend and I had our tradition of a six-pack of Sierra Nevada between Palo Alto and AT&T Park... good times.

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    drinking on caltrain is something you HAVE to do. it's one big party, i love it!

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    *based upon tedious fact checking.

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    SF whats happening to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitt kat View Post
    ugh that first picture makes me want to vomit.

    i have this conversation about three times a week when i meet new people:

    THEM: Where are you from?
    ME: San Francisco Bay Area.
    THEM: OHHH SHIT! YAY AREAAAAAA! I BET YOU GET HYPHY!
    ME: No. STFU.
    THEM: Man, I bet you bitches get crunk all the time up in the bay area.
    ME: I don't live in Oakland. Sorry.
    i never really thought much about living in "the bay area" until i saw a bunch of goon rappers boasting about it, idolized by a bunch of thugged out suburban white kids who dance funny and swallow ecstacy on a nightly basis.

    i don't understand why people are compelled to boast about the geographic location where they grew up. claiming that one's city is superior to other cities is retarded.

    lemme guess, in your city, they party harder, rage all night, blah blah blah.. like they don't do that in every fuckin city...

    not to mention that most of these douches who "represent" their town have probably spent very little or no time living/partying in other cities.

    really, it seems like an immature precursor to nationalism.

    so, so lame. i love living here, but some of these kids just make me cringe.
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    I just visited over the weekend, spending three glorious days and nights with friends (including someone very special), walking practically everywhere, eating and drinking at some of my favorite spots and soaking up the city I long to live in again one day.

    Thank you, San Francisco.
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    well hello my fancy pants.

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    It is not a "precursor to nationalism" that's silly.
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    I mean, for starters, it's not because there's no nations involved. That would be the first place I'd start with that.
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    I wrote out a more exasperated response than I ended up posting but then I took the time to decide if I really cared.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorkfish View Post
    NOOOOOO!

    Quote Originally Posted by zajaa View Post
    i don't understand why people are compelled to boast about the geographic location where they grew up. claiming that one's city is superior to other cities is retarded.
    ha. nationalism it isn't, but you're right when you said it's retarded.

    I remember when dj shadow was at the greek, and he had lateef come on stage with him. lateef was doing the bay area neighborhood shout-outs. I wanted to puke.

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    People like to like things and feel at home.

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    Fucking idiots.

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    Why don't people from SF ever claim Jefferson Starship Airplane?

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    A couple years ago, thousands of people showed up for the free Jefferson Starship Airplane show when Vista was released. I'm pretty sure that we still claim them.
    *based upon tedious fact checking.

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    is this bay to breakers thing just a scare tactic? a vain attempt at cutting down on the debauchery? is it going to have any effect at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorkfish View Post
    A couple years ago, thousands of people showed up for the free Jefferson Starship Airplane show when Vista was released. I'm pretty sure that we still claim them.

    Was that the one in that park in North Beach (or Washington Square or something)in spring 2006? I accidentally caught that one and the between-song banter was FANTASTIC

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    Anyone going to see Ratatat at the Fillmore in April? If so, which date. I think I am going to the April 1st show but not sure about the funds. I will be moving then.
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    I'm going april 1st.

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    We should meet up if I end up going
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    Other people in SF have seen the mouse riding the cat riding riding the dog right? I assume this has been talked about ad nauseum, but I just saw them for the first time so it's new to me.

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    This guy is in SF? Never even heard of it
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    http://www.juxtapoz.com/index.php?op...411&Itemid=121
    Arguably the most important and influential artist of the 20th century, Andy Warhol is getting his due respect in a massive exhibit opening this Saturday, February 14th, 2009 at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. This morning, we head over for the museum’s press preview and were simply blown away. The exhibit has hit the nail on the head in this multi-media show experience, featuring a mind-blowing collection of the quirky artist’s paintings, screen-prints, album cover artwork, and photographs, as well as continuous film screenings and a recreation of his legendary NYC Silver Factory, all set to music by the Velvet Underground.
    Over the course of his meteoric career, Andy Warhol used the medium of music to transform himself from fan, to record album designer, to producer, to celebrity night-clubber, to “rock star.” Warhol Live, at the de Young from February 14 to May 17, 2009, presents the first comprehensive exploration of Andy Warhol’s work as seen through the lens of music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackSwan View Post
    Other people in SF have seen the mouse riding the cat riding riding the dog right? I assume this has been talked about ad nauseum, but I just saw them for the first time so it's new to me.

    That guy travels, I used to see him in Santa Fe all the time in the late 90s. The dog's probably the only surviving original cast member.

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    the andy warhol exhibit sounds awesome.

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    El Castillito on Church St. is the best taqueria in the city. This is my solemn proclamation. I don't want to hear about your Pancho Villa anymore. I don't want to hear about your sketchy runny Mission hole favorite. Any of you. They have perfected the burrito. Ask for Carlos he is the MAN and will sub out the leaky guac for some fine sliced avocado that he prepares with a giant knife in .25 seconds.
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    I suppose Pancho Villa's only good if you like meat.
    *based upon tedious fact checking.

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