Whimsical handbills on Mission Street: ‘I hate my fucking babysitter’ and ‘Lost 1996 Motorola Memo Xpress Pager’

These were submitted by Georgia McNamara via our Facebook timeline. See a few more here.

UPDATE: SFist spotted a similar bunch over in North Beach.

6 Responses to “Whimsical handbills on Mission Street: ‘I hate my fucking babysitter’ and ‘Lost 1996 Motorola Memo Xpress Pager’”

  1. manahmanah says:

    Haighteration has been noticing them as well.

    http://haighteration.com/2012/07/whats-up-with-these-flyers.html

  2. marcos says:

    This is what the Valencia Street community sign posts were supposed to be and were for the first few weeks until the professional posterers figured out that they could monetize the commons.

  3. marcos says:

    I would like to see a citizens brigade to confine pro posters to the top of the posts which would leave space for art on the bottom of the posts.

    The government cannot make such a call which privileges some speech over other, but citizens surely can fight advertising blight in our neighborhoods to make room for art and creativity.

  4. enanab says:

    to their relief, everything works as planned; they download data onto computer disks every few hours as a rt @monster_life it’s about time i get to use a multimeter. there should be a copy that comes in every box of material. by measuring the air temperature around the battery and from the table, a correction factor may be applied to the specific gravity reading of the hydrometer float.

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