Also, is that exterior made of the same bubbly white tile as seen in the Montgomery BART station?
the tile has already been commented on, repeatedly.
Oh, sorry. I forgot that things can only be commented on once ever in the entire universe!
Yeah Helen lady–you should know by now that you’re just not as down as the beentheredonethat kid who was there *before* it was cool
uh, I was saying that *this blog* has already mentioned it several times… nice try tho
Has it, though? Show me where.
Four frail ones.
Saturation effect in full swing. Yawn….
How many people does it take to write a shitty blog? Seems like 5 or 6
will you please tell someone there to hire me !! please !! thanks
The corporate manager was interviewing people outside the space for over an hour this morning, just go over and talk to the guy in the fancy clothes.
how many gotdamn pizza places do we need in this gotdamn district? (dont come at me with a counterpoint about taquerias)
Well, howzabout a nice homey lil’ Costco Pizza bricks and mortar?
Can’t wait for this to open. Awesome interior too.
Man this place looks obnoxious.
Is it the tribal tattoo that gives it away?
I got those in the 80′s here in the Mission, what’s your excuse? And yeah that’s me…
4″x3/8″ steel flatbar 3/16″x2″ square tube internal structure over 98″ results in around 500 pounds. I built it, you try it….
Roughly 125 lbs. each. And judging by your height Zeke, the two guys on your right are kinda short.
200lbs, I’m short and fat!
It looks like they’re trying to contain the abomination that will eventually reside within.
And these doors are well built just for that purpose!
Nope, you can’t see what’s going on inside behind the wood. Believe you me I wish they were 125 lbs
I meant if the door is 500 lbs. you are moving 125 lbs. each.
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