Wednesday, June 2, 2010

They're Back ... 2010 Attacks Have Begun.

It is confirmed. Brewer's blackbird attacks have begun to hit the City by the Bay. Today it was reported that a senior corporate attorney for a national home cleaning supply company was hit walking home from the J-Church on Market Street. It was a described as a "direct hit". The victim stated that she "walked close to a tree in order to avoid a bum" coming her way. The hit was quick. Top of her head. Thinking the bum threw something at her head, the victim turned to verbally "let the bum have it." It was not the bum. It was a blackbird. They are back.

Keep a safe distance from trees. Bald men wear a hat. Jean Jacket man protect the little ones. Feels good to be back.

Monday, August 24, 2009

Cable Cars Come To A Halt. Tadich Grill Blamed!

Tadich Grill, one of the oldest restaurants in all of San Francisco, is blamed for filling the Financial District with smoke and bringing our very own cable cars to a halt this afternoon. Buses will be available to take stranded cable car riders to there desitinations. Please, no hanging off the side!

Planes Arrive On The Scene!

Planes have just arrived on scene. Water is being sprayed off the top of the building. Flames come and go. Smoke clears and then billows. Swoops' old haunt is back in the prime time.

Fire At Front Street And California

A fire broke out moments ago in immediate proximity to the corner of Front and California Street. Firemen are ascending the rooftop by ladder and their hoses are in full force. Policemen are standing on the corner attempting to secure the area and informing passersby. News crews are arriving in white vans. The smoke is raging black again. Rumors are it started from a kitchen fire.

Monday, August 3, 2009

San Francisco Magazine August, 2009 Edition Features Swoops

This month's "2009 Food Issue" of San Francisco Magazine paid tribute to the now 2009 San Francisco icon, Swoops. Swoops can be seen in full "direct hit" mode on pages 24 and 25 of the August edition of the magazine. Swoops is looking strong. One of his better shots. It is good to see him again!

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Reference To Swoops Deleted From Wikipedia.

It was noticed days ago, that Wikipedia's reference to Swoops had been deleted. The only reference to Swoops found was to a Pringle looking potato-chip shaped chocolate candy manufactured by The Hershey Company. Who deleted Swoops' story from Wikipedia is not known at this time. Hershey? We hope not. AB Chronicle Staff must ask: Anyone actually ever eat a Hershey Swoop?

The Wikipedia site has now been restored.

Monday, June 29, 2009