[via The Fog Bender, who is fast becoming the best fashion photographer in SF]
UPDATE: Yep, uh-huh.
I wonder if that girl was even borrn before 1989.
awesome, she is celebrating that she is alive and all the others who died form the quake. great.
@scum: Probably not.
@annoyed: No, she’s wearing a fucking T-shirt. Most of us, however, are celebrating the fact that we are capable of proofreading our comments before posting them. Quit being an “a-hole”.
You’re right, only just over 60 people died in that quake. @annoyed is making a baseless observation.
No, she’s just wearing a fucking T-shirt; quit being an “a-hole”, unless you prefer to be known as an asshole, in which case, I recommend that you sign ALL your comments with “Asshole”.
BTW, I did survive the quake of ’89. I was thrown to the floor, and was out of work for three days — relatively minor consequences, to be sure. I have no problem with people making jokey T-shirts about that quake, regardless of the number of people who died in it, because vastly more people die in earthquakes every year in distant countries which cannot absorb the lessons of their past earthquakes.
If only the houses in the Marina had as solid a foundation as your logic…wait, they do.
I wouldn’t be wasting too much time worrying about the welfare of residents of The Marina ON THIS BLOG, if I were you.
Yeahhh, however you look at it, it’s still pretty douche-tastic.
How about I survived an abortion t-shirt?
Frankly, I would prefer that every goddam person who comments on this blog, me included, did not receive one of those shirts.
I’m drunk Cranky and need a hug.
That’s an ugly shirt.
Hey noobs, these shirts were EVERYWHERE at the time.
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