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thizz-face:

Wish I had a special someone to do fun things with….

brassnucs1:

Lurkin in the background
bhautik:

professionalizes caterpillarAs seen in the Mission District, San Francisco.
sfbayareatravel:

South San Francisco
Every Bay Area resident knows the name South San Francisco from the impossible-to-miss white washed letters on the hillside along Hwy 101 just north of San Francisco International Airport. Far fewer know that the city was named not solely on its proximity to San Francisco, but by a meat packing tycoon with an affinity for the industrial areas of South Chicago and South Omaha. Cattle ranches settled in the valley in the late 1800’s, and soon after came the reputation of “The City of Industry,” bringing with it brick making, lumber and steel mills. Although still home to industry, in more recent years Biotech companies have flocked to the area and coined it “The Birthplace of Biotechnology.”
South City, as it is known, is home to a diverse population that brings with it an array of great food. Filipino, Italian, and Mexican restaurants, delis and diners and anything from Korean to Brazilian food fill the streets from Grand Avenue to El Camino Real. With hiking in San Bruno Mountain to the north, views of the Bay to the east, and low-key food and drink in between South City offers a day trip that everyone can enjoy.
Read more and view the slideshow:
http://www.sfweekly.com/slideshow/the-city-of-industry-visiting-south-san-francisco-41088070/
frvn831:

ELMO DFR
schmabster:

Tomorrow at Glad Tidings @ 9:30 & 11AM
(1280 Webster St. SF, CA. 94115)
scphotovideo:

Detok - Rusto - Damb 
LNO

(Source: nothiingsatseuc)

shalooka:

SFG As WARRIORS SHARKS
WE GOT IT

I’m lucky

vibingwithyouuu:

the bay has the best weather 

awfuckit:

Tilden Park
multimediadisorder:

GIGS - Burning Trains Like Blunts