While not as mesmerizingly beautiful as the last map we featured here, this cartographic offering more than makes up for it with controversy. Available in a variety of colors here.
I really do hate leaving the city.
if the person who made this map was from SF they would know it is ARMY street.
If you’re really that pedantic you should be calling it Serpentine Avenue.
And I suppose you still call Embarcadero “East St”?
I more or less agree with this map.
My only change would be that “oakland” would say “East Coast”.
The east coast is outside of California and therefore doesn’t exist, Oakland is about the furthest East a mission hipster can get without bursting into flames.
I spent many years living in Walnut Creek before I moved to SF, during which time I was (justifiably) treated as if I lived on another planet.
A very boring idea of what S.F. is.
One can only hope that the point of this map is to criticize the the boring ideas that some people have about San Francisco. At least, that’s how I took it.
I hope you are right.
Ooh, ironic self-criticism. I see what they (supposedly) did there.
Next to, “the Marina” I would add: aka West Fresno
I see where you’re trying to go with this, but the mish is generally far too flat for anyone to consider calling it the true San Francisco.
the jewish part of the mission.
Yes, the Mish. It’s a nabe near the D.P.
If you’ll excuse me, I have to go punch myself in the face now.
The mish is a nabe of frisco, a city by the yay, on the best coast.
Why do I feel so unclean?
I won’t mish the hipsters when they leave.
Does this mean Dolores park isn’t even in the Mission? Is this square, troublemakin’ cartographer trying to make off with the park?!?!
Actually, Dolores park isn’t in the Mission. Technically, it’s part of the Castro/upper market.
So eat it.
You can’t go by that map, it is full of errors.
So Mission high school is in the Castro? And Mission Dolores too? Cartography < reality
Wow that’s not arrogant at all.
So lame. Where is the Tenderloin? In the Marina? Get out of the Mission and you would realize there is more to the city than the mission filled with pale hipsters. I love the mission but get a life.
well looks like this joke went right over someone’s head . . .
Dumb. If they extended it north to Market St, west to Diamond, and south to Cortland, then maybe I could fux with it.
so boring idea of map.
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