While the cab was trying to get away (albeit very slowly) down Valencia at 16th.
I’m all about Go Giants, but we kind of lost it a little bit tonight, guys. I mean, someone got stabbed and we set a bunch of shit on fire. Keep it classy. Act like you know.
Absolute subspecies in full effect. Embarrassing witnessing locals @ 22nd mission pissing were they eat.
The evolutionary process was so apparent last night….
pushing eugenics eh? come on jackass, you can’t even spell! how fun with the sub-species.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxFV6ZUIjV0 crazy footage of rioting in full effect… I guess its just in human nature.
Wow–that REALLY sucketh. In the Lower Haight, my hood, things remained happy and exuberent. People were mobbing the intersection of Fillmore and Haight, but were cool enough to still let buses thru. I hope the City can redeem itself on Wednesday at the parade!
I was about to say we should act like we’ve been here before, and then I remembered otherwise.
we’ve sort of been here before, just not with beisbol. if you lived in san francisco when the 49′ers were the team of the decade or whatever the hell, you would understand why some people like myself were automatically a bit wary of the prospect of a sf sports team winning a championship (not to mention some even worse things that have happened when the 49ers lost). not that i am not happy for the giants and their fans, but i did count the minutes from the moment the game ended to the moment it started to feel like a dmz in the mission where i dwell.
About the picture: That was not a cab…it was a guy who brought a beater down to the party and told everyone to jump on top. The window was already cracked when he got there.
There were a couple cabs that drove though (even when people told them not) but they didn’t seem to get as many hoppers as the ones who were encouraging it.
this is what everyone expected to happen when we won. hangover’s over though I guess.
yeah i was out in the mission at that intersection for a while and it was totally cool. i believe dudes’s story about the beater.
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