Category Archives: sex

gender, has to do with females of the species, generally but not pruriently except in rare cases; feminism sometimes.

Fake news about Trombone Shorty

Or, ‘WYSIATI’ is the new ‘Where Y’at?’ BIG EASY STAR ALIGNS WITH BLUE NOTE RECORDS Emergency-preparedness-workers and volunteers are prepping for “the big one”, the confluence of the Trombone Shorty show at Mountain Winery (12 miles from San Andreas Fault) … Continue reading

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The Last Californian

more to come      

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That was me wearing Kent Lockhart’s 1981 Gunn basketball jersey on the treadmill at Palo Alto Y, in January, 2016, for about 15 minutes

Hans Delannoy, approaching 500 career wins, coaching boys and girls in Palo Alto and San Ramon / Danville / Dublin, called and asked me to research the exact number of those came in 1973, at Cubberley. I went to Steve … Continue reading

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What role did super-model play in Palo Alto council approval of flawed redevelopment plan, 1050 Page Mill?

  You heard of, if you are at all literary or cultured, “the face that launched a thousand ships”*, but what about the super-model goddess archetype that may or may not explain Palo Alto subsidizing developers to the tune of … Continue reading

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Welcome home The Lofts at SodoSoPa!

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Bitch, I’m Johanson

  I have merging two items, one about the damage to the Chris Johanson mural on Cali Ave in Palo Alto, the second, about a despute 35 miles north regarding proposed public art near Mission district BART, because the headline … Continue reading

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Wah-hoo-wah w. Oo-f-rah

edit to add, a couple days later: I’ve read the first two stories of Phil Klay and was slightly put off to learn that he was a public affairs officer and not a grunt in the war (well, he is … Continue reading

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