Archive for February 26th, 2011

February 26, 2011

Inappropriate Corner: How Many Loads Have u Taken 2nite?

by Accidental Bear

Some times things that are just plain wrong, are just plain hilarious!

February 26, 2011

BEARDED: Mark Jan Krayenhoff van de Leur (via Dressed for Dinner)

by Accidental Bear

Good stuff

BEARDED: Mark Jan Krayenhoff van de Leur You might say that Mark Jan Krayenhoff van de Leur pioneered a beard movement that is stronger than ever before. At the age of 12, a young Mark itched for the opportunity to grow facial hair, but it wasn’t until a post-pubescent 18 that everything came together. Mark is a leader and not a follower, but such esteem and notoriety has its setbacks – for example, with a beard 12 inches off the chin, there is no longer a reason to wear a bow tie or fo … Read More

via Dressed for Dinner

 

February 26, 2011

Hair Ball of the Day

by Accidental Bear

http://www.flickr.com/photos/cadicunha/5443252607/

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February 26, 2011

One dead, one hurt in Mission District attacks

by Accidental Bear
San Francisco Assisi Church, Mission District,...

Image by Ed Bierman via Flickr

Excuse me but I’m a about to cuss

What the fuck is happening to my neighborhood. Daily I am hearing horror stories of muggings, murders, and stabbing. This infuriates me. Thankfully since I behave like an old man and not usually out of the house past 9pm , I am home when most of this violent crimes occur.  To all you gang bangers and low lifes preying on people : I am going to start carrying a pistol, mace, an machete m NUNCHUCKS and a whistle!

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via www.sfgate.com

San Francisco — A man was stabbed and seriously wounded while walking home in San Francisco’s Mission District early today, and another man was shot to death on a nearby street corner a half hour later, police said.

Officers had no evidence that the two attacks were related, said Sgt. Mike Andraychak, a police spokesman. He said the police Gang Task Force was investigating both incidents.

The stabbing was reported about 1:50 a.m. near 16th and Mission streets. The victim, a 28-year-old San Francisco man, had just left a bar and was walking home when four men in their early 20s confronted him, then stabbed him repeatedly and ran off, Andraychak said.

He said the victim told police in the hospital that the attackers were gang members who apparently mistook him for a member of a rival gang.

About 2:20 a.m., a 24-year-old man was shot near the corner of 17th and Mission, Andraychak said. He was pronounced dead in the hospital at 4 a.m.

Witnesses saw a black SUV-type vehicle leaving the scene after the shooting, Andraychak said. He said police had no information about the reasons for the shooting and have made no arrests in either case.

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/02/26/BAQA1HVEAA.DTL#ixzz1F7ixoes5

February 26, 2011

BK Broiler Bashing : Gay Couple Win Millions

by Accidental Bear

Another reason why eating at Burger King is bad for. Friends don’t let friends eat at Burger King!

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Gay Union City couple wins $3.15 million jury award after being chased, beaten following dispute inside Burger King

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Via www.nj.com

A Hudson County jury has awarded  agay Union City couple $3.15 million after the couple were chased and beaten following a dispute over their order at a Union City Burger King.

“Violence against anybody, including gay people, cannot be condoned. The jury spoke to this issue,” Nutley attorney James F. Fine of the compensatory and punitive award awarded to Peter Casbar, 43, and Noel Robichaux, 46.

“Honestly, my clients were unable to speak. It was a very emotional moment for them,” said Fine who handled the “gay bashing” suit with River Edge Attorney Joseph R. Donahue.

Casbar and Robichaux testified emotionally during the civil trial that began Feb. 7, saying the dispute with the person taking their order in the 2007 incident escalated and other Burger King workers became involved after they had already left the restaurant.

February 26, 2011

SF Snow was just a hoax, I’ll bet on it

by Accidental Bear
Put away your snow shoes and those perfectly laid out snow outfits you have laying across your bed. You bought that ridiculously expensive winter jacket 5 years and still have had a good chance to try it out in the snow? First off you’re lame because if you are a true San Franciscan , you know its all about the layers. You’ve also had fantasies of finding a winter boy friend and being cuddled up to the fire place listening to Frank Sinatra songs ( in your case probably listening to Stevie Wonders , Greatest Slow Songs Album). I will put  money down , that in my lifetime ( and I plan on living forever thanks to medical technology)  it will never snow in San Francisco. Shake on it!
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WEATHER

San Francisco Gets Way Too Excited About Snow

Adrian Chen — Forecasts call for snow this weekend in San Francisco. This has transformed the burrito-and-coffee-bloated populace into squealing schoolkids, breathlessly shooting their excitement around the Internet via Facebook-enabled shoes, or whatever’s hot in Silicon Valley these days:

The very possibility that San Francisco could see snowfall has led to a flurry of activity by online wiseacres. The Web site Isitsnowinginsfyet.com was set up to answer whether it was snowing in the city, and mock terror bounced around the Twittersphere…

Several Web sites also got into the fun, including the Bay Citizen, which labeled the mere idea of snow as “SnO.M.G.,” an apparent homage to both Valley girls and the East Coast‘s recent spate of blizzards, which were called Snowmageddon.

What are you smoking besides tons of medical marijuana, San Francisco? There’s reason we called it “Snowmageddon” here on the East Coast. Because snow is nothing to trifle with. It’s not a dainty icing atop your precious cupcake of a city. Snow is a crushing blanket of doom that will treacherously slick your streets and down your power lines right on top of an old lady carrying a baby. It is white death.

Any New Yorker will tell you the proper response to a snowstorm is complaining, followed by panic, followed by more complaining. [New York Times]

February 26, 2011

IBR: Bear History Memorabilia

by Accidental Bear

Are you dazed and confused , strutting around with no purpose? Well, for one smoke less pot and two buy yourself a piece of BEAR HISTORY. IBR is gone but purchase a t-shirt and you can carry it with you for ever. If you don’t like t-shirts (weirdo), maybe you can but it over your pillow or dress your stuff bear collection in it. Am i wrong?

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Frisch Draws

(Artist)

 

February 26, 2011

Blackbird presents a dark and dapper take on classic American shades

by Accidental Bear

I do not need, I WANT!

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via www.selectism.com

Blackbird By Han Wolf Sun In Tortoise Sunglasses

Blackbird By Han Wolf Sun In Tortoise Sunglasses

One of three new Han sunglasses for Seattle’s Blackbird. By the way, they’re great. “Blackbird presents our dark and dapper take on classic American shades. The large, semi-transparent tortoise frames are complimented by thick and sturdy, black temple arms. Perfect for everyone’s spring look.” Priced well at $165 and damn good looking.

February 26, 2011

Pic of Day

by Accidental Bear

Stay in and watch TV with friends today, ITS COLD OUT THERE!