Welcome To San Francisco, Bud Light (The Refreshments For Your Super Bowl Party May Be Late)
If your Super Bowl party is dependent on the arrival of Bud Light, well, a.) That's pretty sad, and b.) The truck is stuck on California & Sansome. Come by and grab some.
— SFist (@SFist) February 3, 2016
This doesn't happen in Atlanta or Kansas City. This is San Francisco, where streets don't meander, they plummet. Stretch limo drivers avoid certain areas of town altogether, but this rube ain't no local.
More San Francisco Super Bowl happenings and observations from a resident:
beyonce and gaga are gonna be in san francisco this weekend for the superbowl and the gay in me has never felt more alive i must find them
— issa (@twaimz) February 3, 2016
We here in the San Francisco Bay Area like to think of ourselves as progressive, and San Francisco as the center of liberal thinking. But there are already protests as The City is moving to clear out the homeless population for the Super Bowl.
Protestors in San Francisco tackle homelessness outside Super Bowl City https://t.co/trL1UJmANl
— TIME.com (@TIME) February 4, 2016
According to protesters on the scene, San Francisco is spending roughly $5 million of taxpayer money on Super Bowl activities, when all the while homeless and needy people are going hungry, as always. At least 100 protesters gathered near the Ferry Building on Wednesday to call B.S. on the festivities.
— Steve Levy (@espnSteveLevy) February 3, 2016
The export of photos of Alcatraz is at an all-time high this week. Breaking news: THEY ARE CHEESY. It stopped being a cool place in the 1970s. CHILDREN'S GROUPS NOW SWIM THERE AND BACK.
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