Ep 7 - A Disjointed Work of Staggering Greenness

2/7/15

SK, Shantwon and Food & Culture correspondent, Indigo Java resort to debauched crooning to hide the pain of an absent Cocoa Bear. 50:50                                                                              Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                Producer:  Squidge McSqueezy                              Guests:  Shantwon Z, Indigo Java and Babette

SK, Shantwon and Food & Culture correspondent, Indigo Java resort to debauched crooning to hide the pain of an absent Cocoa Bear.

50:50                                                                              Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                Producer:  Squidge McSqueezy                              Guests:  Shantwon Z, Indigo Java and Babette

Ep 7 - A Disjointed Work of Staggering Greenness

After a long hiatus, SK was finally able to get back into the bomb shelter to record the 1st podcast of 2015.  Unfortunately, the result was un-listenable. So, a week later, he made another attempt and failed again.  This pattern was repeated over and over. The following 50 minutes of dreck has been cobbled together from almost 470 hours of incoherent yet arduous attempts at conversation.  Enjoy!

An ominous portend is the news that Cocoa Bear could not be with us and that a new studio audience would be the unreasonable facsimile. To pile on, the guests include Shantwon, Babette and new Food & Culture correspondent, Indigo Java.

A distinct lack of interest by the Throng, as evidenced by a lack of emails is attempted to be diverted by jumping right into a discussion of San Francisco's best worst best-kept secret, Bourbon & Branch.  Then there's some talk about another exclusive club associated with Batman and a secret menu at a sandwich place that used to harass Tina Turner.

After a last straw of a commercial for Bridal Fitness Coach the gang talks about slip-n-slides and Babette reveals the 1st plank in her platform to get herself elected king of San Francisco.  Still awake? Then go ahead and press play.

Show Notes:

Here's a little gift from Babette and the Lousy SF Podcast.                                                                (Print out and keep in your glove compartment)

22514.No person shall stop, park, or leave standing any vehicle
within 15 feet of a fire hydrant except as follows:
 (a) If the vehicle is attended by a licensed driver who is seated
in the front seat and who can immediately move such vehicle in case
of necessity.
 (b) If the local authority adopts an ordinance or resolution
reducing that distance. If the distance is less than 10 feet total
length when measured along the curb or edge of the street, the
distance shall be indicated by signs or markings.
 (c) If the vehicle is owned or operated by a fire department and
is clearly marked as a fire department vehicle.
Posted on February 7, 2015 .