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Vacation Somehow Invokes Rice-a-Roni Cravings
Posted Monday, April 24 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
As any fool (who has been reading our Perplexing Times as of late) can tell you, we’re out on our latest vacation, and this time our “pop in” is to San Francisco. This is no surprise to anyone but me, but what is surprising has been my in-outing cravings for Rice-a Roni. It’s weird, really, I don’t even like rice.

Trolley Car Museum Points Out History of the Obvious
Posted Sunday, April 23 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Around the time we got sick of San Francisco’s hills, we took it upon ourselves to hop a trolley for a quick spree up the hill, but it got me to thinking about history. Well, okay, not really, but the question was forced on me like the question of which hand is my dominant one, but the reward in this matter is even greater than that, so we went to the Cable Car Museum to get all our answers.

I Haven't the Foggiest, San Fran Does
Posted Saturday, April 22 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Dominic
This whole vacation business is pretty acceptable to me all around. I get tons of time with the parents, to see all kinds of things I’d never even known existed, and to wear myself out to absolutely nothing at every turn and opportunity, making the waning days of my naps that much more rewarding. I don’t have the foggiest what San Francisco is really about, but at least climatically, the city does.

Golden Gate Park has Disappointingly Steely Gate
Posted Friday, April 21 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
In San Francisco, we hit up the local park and took in as many of the visible sights available as humanly possible, but I’ve got a beef on my plate, a thorn in my side, a bone to pick and a chip on my shoulder I need to divest. I expected a golden gate, both for prettiness and truth in advertising, but I was let down. Smack it up, flip it, paint it with latex if you like, but this thing is made out of steel.

IHOP Offers Taste of Home in Crazy Town
Posted Thursday, April 20 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Dominic
Our press review of San Francisco has been pretty exciting and wonderful so far, but it hasn’t been 100% perfect. Some times I feel like a foreigner in this crazy, out of place and alien town, so it’s nice when I can find a taste of home. Such a taste has taken me back to my days back home at IHOP, and I couldn’t be more pleased to be buried beneath a stack of hotcakes.

San Fran Hills Burn My Tender Veal
Posted Wednesday, April 19 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
I know we’ve been harping on this matter for days. I wrote about it at least a couple times and Dominic said something too, but it’s still as important today as it was when I wrote less about it then. The hills of San Francisco, even in lesser inclined areas, seriously burn my veal… by “veal,” of course, I mean my baby calves… get it?

Bay Cruise Adventure Equally Interesting, Hokey Tourist Delightful
Posted Tuesday, April 18 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Since we were hitting the San Fran waterfront as hard as we were able, we decided to wander over to pier 41 and buy ourselves a bay cruise. At first we were disappointed because a simple “cruise” wasn’t available, but what we were offered instead was a “bay adventure”, so we took that and it was as fantastic on the water as it was rocky/rolly on the water.


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