Here’s a trippy Bay Area geology lesson

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Local ‘grammer @mdwidget fills us in:

According to my Geology of the San Francisco Bay Region handbook, this is Lower Tertiary sedimentary rocks, including sandstone and shale, which started out horizontally as sand and mud on the ocean floor, now tilted and folded as to be nearly vertical. As seen on the #devilsslidetrail #california #bayarea #geology [link]

Trippppy man.

Now let’s listen to a great Bob Dylan song:

Hawk on your rooftop

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[via Omar]

Another sunset photo, but this one’s from a unique perspective

High up in some tall building in the middle of the Mission somewhere, right?

[via Polly]

A message regarding how today is Friday



Let’s see how it sounds in Typatone:

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Horror cloud over the East Bay

Maybe it’s the Uber mothership loading office supplies into their new headquarters in Oakland? (Ho-ho-ho!)

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The sky last night LITERALLY engulfed in LITERAL flames

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This sunset looks like a windbreaker you wore in the ’90s

[via @eviloars]

A bunch of people on Bernal Hill looking at the moon

[via Gareth]

It’s 110 degrees in the Mission right now