With h brown
Watching Krissy run for Kongress XXVI
October 11, 2006
"If I'd have known I was going to live this long, I wouldn't
have made so many enemies."
(Bulldog ponders with Jens)
Yesterday morning's Examiner ran letters
from Mike DeNunzio and Sue Vaughan calling on Nancy Pelosi to
debate the Republican, Green, and Libertarian candidates for the
8th Congressional District seat.
I called Krissy Keefer with the news.
But, Pelosi won't debate.
And, the League of Women voters will once again help Nancy hide
from her opponents. Not so oddly, the head of the league who decided
that San Francisco voters didn't want to see a debate featuring
all candidates for our local seat ... this woman (Jody
Sanford), is the Public Relations officer for the Presidio
Trust. Uh huh, same trust that Pelosi founded. You know, the one
making the Presidio into an office park? Same Presidio that the
fundamentalist Examiner praises Pelosi for "privatizing".
As a Republican, DeNunzio
works with Green, Keefer
and Libertarian, Phil
Berg to drag Pelosi into an open debate. You can help now
if you're expecting an absentee ballot. If so, take that sucker
and fill it out instantly and vote for someone other than Pelosi
for U.S. Congress. I'm even going to refrain from asking you to
vote for Keefer (although she's the most representative candidate,
and I should, if only for the good of you and your children and
grandchildren and for America). Take your time filling the sucker
out. Department of Elections chief, John Arntz, is a Willie Brown
appointee who told the last Green to run against Pelosi (Terry
Baum - she got hell of a stage play out of the effort) ... Arntz
told Baum that people who wrote her name in weren't really trying
to vote for Terry. This year, Arntz sent letters to Keefer and
Berg telling them that they owed under a dollar each in filing
fees and had til the end of the same day the letter arrived to
pay the money by personal check or be tossed off the ballot. This
gang doesn't want any opposition at all for this office. Here's
why the Pelosi people have seized control of every agency from
the League of Women Voters to the local Department of Elections.
Pelosi's people are ruthless because, ...
This 8th District seat is the most important elected
position in San Francisco. The SF rep deals with a 3 trillion
dollar budget. I mean, shit, can you even wrap your mind around
that? Pelosi uses her influence to toss literally billions in
contracts to Lennar LLC which hired her nephew Laurence as a Senior
V.P. She, in turn, endorses their efforts to grab control of the
development of reclaimed bases all over the country (including
4 in the Bay area alone). Her last 'ear mark' of the budget process
was to toss 4.8 million bucks into improving the 'infrastructure'
of the radioactive dump referred to as 'Hunters Point Ship Yard'.
Yeah, any money she brings in free from Uncle Sam is money that
Lennar won't have to spend.
All of the Pelosi earmarks for the arts have gone to billionaires
or their minions. She brought in 3.5 million last year and gave
2 million of it to a Shorenstein project and the rest to Dede
Pelosi refuses to endorse Gay Marriage
I don't believe there is a more San Francisco issue than Gay
Marriage. Yet Nancy Pelosi refuses to make a statement supporting
the right of gay Americans to wed. Now, that's a load of crap.
Oh, she preaches on and on about opposing legislation that will
take away gay rights. She just doesn't want to extend them to
a level of equality. This issue alone would cost Pelosi 10's of
thousands of votes were the local citizenry to become aware of
it. But, with the Chronicle and Examiner backing Pelosi and the
League of Women Voters shielding her from an honest debate, most
supporters of Gay Marriage don't even realize that Pelosi is against
With friends like this ... who needs enemies?
Krissy Keefer has traveled the world performing theatrical works
promoting peace, gay rights, an attack upon the sources of global
warming, a restoration of funding for the arts ... the list goes
Over the past 30 years Keefer has helped to create national,
state, and local organizations dedicated to the preservation and
extension of rights to the oppressed, be they people of color
or the victims of U.S. schemes of regional hegemony from Palestine
to Cuba to Venezuela. She and her colleagues have staged over
2,000 productions. She's personally written a couple of hundred
of them and choreographed a good percentage of those. The Bay
Guardian says she's a "protest vote" at best? Who the
hell knows more about making peace than a peace activist for God's
sake? Who can dialogue best with Palestinians than someone who
actually has sympathy for them?
Krissy's cuties cruise Gonzo and Thomas
And, I watched Chris Daly kick Rob Black's ass at the League
of Women Voters debate at the main branch of the public library
tonight. It was a good day. Krissy made stops at the Gonzalez
& Leigh law firm to serenade the Green barrister and call
for him to become more active in her campaign. "We miss you,
Matt!" sang the three nubile dancers Keefer dispatched to
woo the non-committal Green giant ... who then zoomed up Market
to Golden Gate Ave to tear Fog City publisher, Luke Thomas, from
Face it, women can't get enough of Luke's lens.
Photo by Luke Thomas
Jordanna Thigpen looked voluptuous
We're at the Daly debate now. I work these crowds from a distance
as much as possible and from above if it's possible. Jordanna
had settled into a spot in the back of the theater next to the
SFGTV camera with a direct shot at the stage. She was the best
looking thing in the house and everyone knew it. Hey, I know that's
sexist but if you'd seen the debate, you'd realize that we were
all looking for an alternative focus within the first minute.
Hey, don't take my word for it. Eileen Left was there and had
this to say:
Photo by Luke Thomas
Eileen: "They looked like 5 undertakers, a Ruskie hit man
and a lost basketball coach."
Photos by Adam Aufdencamp
Dawg: "C'mon, Eileen, you're saying Daly looked like a basketball
Eileen: "Naw, he was one of the undertakers. (shrugs and
fires up a joint while sipping a deeply chilled Chardonnay). Read
what Meko said about this group when he covered their last debate.
It just isn't like the 2000 group that spawned Chris. Lord, you
had two brilliant trannies (one a Stanford professor), an ex-Board
president, Marc Salomon, Hank Wilson, Joe Blue ... this group
is nothing for Daly to debate."
Dawg: "That said, who'd you like best, other than Daly?"
Eileen: "Easy, dear. (cuts off KFOG and fires up Supertramp's,
'Breakfast in America') ... Matt Drake was pushing tidal power
and looks for all the world like he could be John Dean's little
brother. That'll get me to write him in number 2 in my ranked
Dawg: "Yeah, it is ranked choice. Somehow I'd forgotten
that. OK, you got Daly and Drake, who's your third choice?"
Eileen: "George Diaz. He didn't know shit about local government,
but he was so sincere with his ignorance."
Dawg: "You can't ask for much more than that. I mean, to
be sincerely ignorant is something I've I've always dreamed of
Eileen: "It's outta your reach, Dawg."
Dawg: "OK, I watched the debate too and I'll bet I noticed
something you didn't notice."
Eileen: (takes a long draw from the joint as she smiles and looks
out the window over UN Plaza) "Please enlighten me."
Dawg: (takes the proffered joint and sips a bit of bourbon -
stands behind her to look out over the 82 open windows of the
Renoir Hotel across the way) "You forgot to mention that
I was one of those 18 people who ran against Daly in 2000. I made
every debate. I met
lots of people who are still among my best friends. We debated
on Treasure Island and
in the library where tonight's affair took place."
Eileen: "You're chasing rabbits, grandpa ... get to the
Dawg: (shrugs and nods) "He's still the youngest one on
the stage and we're in a new friggin' century! I was just amazed
at how much better he's turned out than I thought. Hell,
I was convinced he was a buffoon run by Bill Barnes and it turned
out to be the other way around."
Eileen: (gazes at him in mild surprise and nods) "Uh huh,
I do believe you've had a rare moment of insight there. He's not
a plodder. Marrying Sarah was the smartest move of his life and
young Jack proves that God loves him. This win will give him 4
years to consider his next move. What should that be?"
Dawg: (without a hesitation) "He has to run for mayor next
year as part of a Progressive IRV slate. Four years from now when
Keefer becomes the first female Vice President, he should run
for her seat in Kongress as a Green."
Eileen: (literally slaps her thigh, hugs him and gives him a
firm kiss on the forehead, she pours herself another glass of
wine and, shaking her head, muses) "You really are a total
slave to pussy. It's your best trait. What does Krissy say about
Dawg: (rocks head to and fro as he speaks and sips and smokes
and speaks) "She says that she could win if she had a hundred
grand and 25 people for the last month. (scrunches face in consideration)
She sees the whole thing as just another show, but on a much bigger
stage. Here, the entire City is her stage and she's been decorating
it and preparing it for the final show which will run for the
last ... ten days or so of the campaign."
Eileen: (seriously) "She'd make a great campaign manager."
Dawg: (nods firmly) "You hit it right on the head. She's
got the instincts. Carries no grudges. Or, she could replace Carrie
Eileen: (turns to see if he's serious and exhales pot smoke)
"Not in this lifetime, buster. The art world is locked down
for the rich and they're not gonna go handing the keys to the
vault to a barefoot dancer. You're gonna have to take it from
them and that means Krissy as either a candidate or a campaign
manager from here on out."
"All the slimeballs were there too."
(Nick Gravenitas describes Monterrey)
He might just as well have been talking about the League debate
for D-6 supe. Their president (LWV) has worked for Pelosi for
years as a PR front for the Presidio Trust and has continuously
shielded Nancy from the unpleasantness of engaging in public debate
with her opponents. It is a total degradation of the League twisting
it into the puppet of the rich. Turned upon it's head like the
A. Philip Randolph Institute which now terrorizes black voters
instead of empowering them.
That would be Jody Sanford (head of league) and boy can she
run. I desperately wanted a picture of her with me to run with
this column. I scouted the area and found Marc Salomon (never
one to shy away from controversy) doing shots for Chris Daly.
I told him my plan and he just grinned and nodded. I'd stroll
over to where Sanford was standing and wave to him to fire away
and, voila ... we'd have our shot.
I gotta see what this shot looks like if it indeed is actually
there. I never saw anyone, man, woman or child ... dressed in
a business suit, jump sideways faster than Jody Sanford jumped
when she realized that she was framed in Marc Salomon's lens,
standing next to h. brown. Now Marc and hubbie, George, are just
back from an African safari where they filmed real wildlife not
too wild about being in a SF album but none of them could have
leaped out of frame faster than Jody did.
We'll see if the shot turned out. Just remember the point of
the exercise. It is to give you a picture of the woman who says
that she did not schedule a debate between candidates for the
U.S. 8th California Congressional district because she felt the
people of San Francisco wouldn't be interested in seeing Nacy
Pelosi debate Republican, Mike DeNunzio, Green, Krissy Keefer
and Libertarian, Phil Berg. In short, and I want to be as clear
as possible about this. This woman has destroyed the credibility
of the SF League of Women Voters by making it an adjunct to the
likes of Nancy Pelosi who pays her friggin' salary. Would you
believe it? She works for the Presidio Trust that Pelosi created
to privatize the Presidio into an office park.
Am I repeating myself?
And, yet again?
enuff for now.
Watching Krissy run for Kongress XX
(for mature audiences only)
September 29, 2006
"I got bottom!!"
(Ammiano responds to word of my column series)
Lots has happened since I spoke to you as a group. First, I
keep writing and re-writing (very, very rare for me - I should
never listen to friends) ... writing and re-writing the second
installment of my election season scenario built around how Tom
Ammiano and I save the City from Fisher and Shorenstein.
The opening quote from Tom came when I passed he and a couple
of his staff on the sidewalk in front of City Hall last week.
I called out that I was writing a 10 part series about he and
I, and he called out the "bottom" line. The guy is really
funny. Course, I changed his name in the series so's no one would
know who he is. I call him Tom Ammianyo. (No one will ever
guess who it is).
Let me get some things out of the way here cause I promised
Luke a column by noon. I'm just gonna rattle things in the order
I see them, vis-a-vis import.
Pelosi and the League of Women Voters
The SF League of Women Voters is a rubber stamp for Nancy Pelosi,
has been for years. It is the only SF race the SFLWV refuse to
schedule a debate for. This is because Nancy is completely unpredictable
in front of a microphone and tends to fold in debates. This time
around, with great speakers like Mike DeNunzio, Phil Berg and
Krissy Keefer in the hunt, it makes sense they keep her in Washington,
or protected in closed studios before a hand-picked audiences
of transfixed supporters.
The usurption of the League by Pelosi's forces is particularly
Pelosi lackey heads up SF League of Women Voters
The president of the SF League of Women Voters is a lady named
Jody Sanford. For years she's also been the Public Affairs Officer
for the Presidio Trust, founded by Pelosi for the benefit of the
rich. Now, I don't know about you, but I find it outrageous that
someone who effectively works for Pelosi, is refusing to schedule
a public debate with Pelosi, under the auspices of the League.
Not even having touched upon Pelosi's practice of passing prime
closed military-base property all over the country to a company
that made her nephew a Senior Vice President (now he works for
an investment company that lends money to them).
Yeah, the League hasn't been the neutral body it claims to be
for many years, but on the issue of inviting Pelosi to a debate,
they've gone over the edge into a purely partisan stance.
The local League sponsors debates for every single City office,"that
is of concern, or effects San Franciscans," but refuses to
sponsor a debate for the 8th Congressional District of the United
States Congress which is located wholly within the San Francisco
When I called and wrote to ask why they wouldn't hold a debate,
their sole staffer (nice lady named Gandri) emailed me to say
that they couldn't do "EVERYTHING" and that if I thought
it was so important that Nancy debate, I should join the League
and push the idea. She noted that they didn't feel the people
of San Francisco were interested in a debate between congressional
candidates. Also, she noted that League President, Sanford, was
very busy and might look at our proposal (DeNunzio, Berg and Keefer
have already debated on Access TV's on Steve Seltzer's, 'Labor
Talk'). Ms. Gandri said Sanford might look at the proposal, "if
she got around to it".
h brown challenges the League of Women Voters:
To prove me wrong, extend an invitation to all the candidates
who wish to represent the City and County of San Francisco in
United States Congress, and that includes Pelosi who has so far
refused all candidate requests for debate. The argument that San
Franciscans would NOT be interested in such a debate is the biggest
pile of bullshit I have ever heard in my life. At 10 bucks a head,
the debate would sell out PacBell Park! Could it be that Pelosi
is vulnerable for her appropriations support of the Iraq war in
a city that is largely anti-war?
Now, what would the PR chief in the Presidio be so busy with
in the meantime? Maybe covering the tracks the Pelosi Cartel leaves
all over the country as she uses her position in the House of
Representatives to enrich her family and friends to the tune of
billions and billions of dollars. This is not an exaggeration.
Hey, you know me, I'm definitely susceptible to exaggeration but
reality is beyond my meager imagination when it comes to Pelosi
and the nepotistic way she uses her office. Let's start with her
nephew, Laurence Pelosi...
Pelosi ties to mega-developer Lennar
... Laurence Pelosi resigned from Lennar to become Gavin Newsom's
2007 re-election Campaign Treasurer. The Mayor has pushed Lennar
interests on Treasure Island, at Hunters Point, in the Presidio,
and in the Trans Bay project, on and on and on - and that's just
in the City!
Lennar also has control of Mare Island and a scad of other base
projects around the country under Pelosi's thumb.
Laurence Pelosi may have left Lennar, but he's still on the same
Ability to be a bag man, maybe. But, don't get me wrong. I don't
think Nancy Pelosi is in charge of anything, no mare than Gavin
Newsom makes any important decisions in San Francisco, no more
than Sophie Maxwell believes the Redevelopment Agency is good
for African Americans.
These elected officials aren't their own people.
Jose Cisneros invests the City's money as Warren Hellman tells
him to invest it. When Hellamn goes after check-cashing establishments,
Jose doesn't understand that Hellman's Wells Fargo bank owns a
ton of them and will profit mightily by tossing out the independents.
He doesn't understand that Hellman wants to rule the entire financial
world before he dies and that driving Lutheran Social Services
out of handling the welfare checks of people like me is included
on the chopping block.
... ... ... let me get out of this mode ... ... ... another topic
Dennis Herrera advised by brain-damaged chimps?
(Races to right in left wing town)
City Attorney Dennis Herrera has sparkling blue eyes. That's
about it. Since he took the reins in that office from giant python,
Louise Renne, he's managed, astoundingly enough, to lower the
bar there. Few would have thought that possible, but let's look
at a few of the things that Dennis 'the menace' has accomplished:
1. He's refused to enforce the Raker Act (to give San Franciscans
Public Power). For some reason, Brugmann of the Bay Guardian has
let him slide on this. Maybe it's Denny's blue eyes?
2. He's produced contracts extending the control (at the behest
of the Mayor's office) of Comcast over local cable and now, Google
on WiFi opertions.
3. He told 140,000 Bay View residents their petition to delay
their eviction from their homes by the Redevelopment Authority
was no good even after the Department of Elections certified the
petition! Herrara killed the democratic opposition of the very
community the Bayview Redevelopment Plan impacts.
4. He had a photo-op to brag about arresting some old Latino
dude with a truck who was dumping carpet scraps in the Bay View.
I mean, he spent God knows how many hours photographing this guy
dumping carpet and investigating him before he jumped on this
humble environmental disaster. I mean, the guy was wrong; give
him a ticket and get on with life. He wasn't worth a CNN special.
5. He had a press conference to announce he'd caught a major
graffiti artist. Let's not even get into asking what the hell
Dennis is doing following taggers around in the middle of the
Connect the dots
Even given the idiocy of every single decision, there is clearly
a pattern here and a conclusion to be drawn. Blue Eyes is positioning
himself to run for another office. More likely, someone elses
(I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt here that you aren't
this dumb, Dennis)... more likely, Downtown interests are implementing
some scheme to establish Dennis as a friend of the environment,
against scofflaws ... but why now?
Feinstein to quit?
It's the only thing that makes sense and if it's not too late
for her to withdraw, it's damned near. It would explain why the
trio of Aaron Peskin, Kamala Harris and Dennis Herrera (Wednesday
meetings, I'm told, have been going on with the three for some
time to determine which one gets the Demo nod to run for mayor
when Newsom leaves) ... hey, I know it's crazy but, like Colombo,
I get these hunches.
It would explain why Peskin goes easy on cops and Home Depot
and Comcast and Google and Downtown business on their taxes. And,
why Harris won't prosecute drunks who throw their wives out the
window to their deaths - cause it wouldn't be a slam-dunk. And
why Herrera has been even worse than former City Attorney Renne.
Hey, unlike your cowardly ass, I get out there with opinions
and positions. I want drinks all around - on you - if my hunch
is right and Feinstein withdraws in favor of Newsom for U.S. Senator.
That's enuff. This column gets published on Luke's Fog City Journal
first and migrates to the Bulldog archives next week. Luke has
column nods from the likes of Matt Gonzalez, Sup. Sean Elsbernd,
Sup. Jake McGoldrick, Sup. Fiona Ma, and even the Mayor is mulling
over doing a piece.
Fog City is the best thing on the local political net, and getting
Watching Krissy run for Kongress XVIII
(for mature audiences only)
September 24, 2006
By h. brown
Who's your momma?
(Installment 1 of fiction serial)
National Guard enters San Francisco
(Bush claims Green stole election from Pelozzi)
The devastation to the City had been mind numbing. Over 75,000
killed. More than a quarter million wounded. By the time San Franciscans
went to the polls on November 7th, 2006, every building in town
over 10 stories tall had been destroyed or abandoned. No motorized
traffic moved. Snipers ruled every major hill and fired with deadly
accuracy in arcs of up to a half mile. Beautiful young men and
women sold sexual favors on street corners and in bars for a meal
and some alcohol (at least some things hadn't changed).
"It was that god damned poll that started
(former Congresswoman Mandy Pelozzi)
She was right too. Speaking from her cave near a small town
in Northern Sicily, Pelozzi recalled the outrage of her wealthy
patrons when the results of the survey by the City's most respect
pollsters (I. B. Lion) appeared in the Whorst chain's, 'Morning
"If the election were held today, who would
you vote for
in the 8th U.S. Congression District?"
Chrissy Reefer: 21%
Mike DeNounceYall: 19%
Ice Berg: 15%
Peace & Freedom: 11%
Mandy Pelozzi: 9%
Leave me ta fuck alone: 10%
Pelozzi: Who would have thought that 'I. B. Lion' would tell
Josh Fox: Is that when the Flasher family ordered the assassinations
of 'the three'?
Pelozzi: (shakes head and takes another shot of straight vodka)
- Yeah, and that wasn't my idea.
Fox: Let me read to you the way it was written up in the amazing,
best-selling novel 'Brown Knows' and you tell me what's right
and wrong with the description...
People who were there said that Donald Flasher
wanted Reefer and Brown and Dis Daly dead.
He contracted out to different terrorists groups
to do the job. Any truth to that?
Pelozzi: (nods and starts chugging directly from bottle - wipes
mouth) - Look, we had historical precedent on all of this stuff.
It worked for the Whorsts when they blew up the battleship 'Mange'
in Cuba. Christ, we're still in Cuba. It worked for Hitler when
he blew up his own parliament (sniffles and opens drawer to dressing
table from which she withdraws a small mirror covered with rows
of a white powder and small sections of hollow glass tubes - starts
snorting the powder - gives sigh of relief and continues)
Pardon me. (shakes head again)
This is about all that gives me any relief these days. Where
were we? Oh yeah, well,
everyone knows that disaster unifies your base and there's no
disaster like the ole 'suprise attack upon our noble Christian
nation by third world barabarians'."
Fox: (nods & tries to get back on point) - Let me just read
a few paragraphs from this amazingly wonderful work by Noname
The minute the poll hit the internet we started getting calls
with offers of money and, more importantly, volunteer workers.
I passed out that night with a smile on my face. I knew, along
with a small cadre of advisers, that we were going to win. Pelozzi
was hated here and this was the proof. The only thing that could
stop us was killing us and they weren't going to do that. Then,
I was awakened by the sound of a menacing drone.
I am awakened by the sound of a menacing drone
Did I mention that I was awakened by the sound of a menacing
drone that was drawing closer and closer? It drowned out the crashing
symphony of the Mafiosi trash trucks that always picked up garbage
at every building in town between 3am and 5am every night. It
was different but sounded somehow familiar. My muddled brain flashed
back over 40 years to my time in the Mediteranian with the 6th
Fleet. Panicked, I looked out the window but things appeared the
same. There were two cops assaulting a prone homeless guy while
a small group of crackhead whores and burglars sold their wares
in UN Plaza below me. The roar got louder and louder and we all
looked up in time to see the contrails of a missile fired from
a drone aircraft clearly outlined in the full moon over City Hall
... I knew right away that it was a Hellfire rocket and it was
aimed at my asshole!
I ducked down under my window ledge as a twin to the wingless
rocket that hit the Pentagon on 9-11 crashed 3 floors above me
and destroyed the top 2 stories of my old folks home. I recall
congratulating myself for putting all the 'Dis Daly for Supervisor'
and 'Free Fox' and 'Reefer for Kongress' signs in the window of
a vacant unit instead of my own. The missile had entered the window
of that very unit dead center. Debris crashed to the streets between
my building and the Renoir hotel across the way. Nude Japanese
tourists leaned out the hotel's windows and took shots of the
opening salvo of the ... 'Battle of San Francisco'.
I knew from my years in emergency rescue that everyone up there
was dead and that there was nothing I could do to help them. I
knew that all of the electricity in the building was out and that
I couldn't get any news on my radio, tube, or computer. If I reached
a phone, they'd only know I'd survived. My mind raced through
my meager range of options.
I knew they would probably send a hit squad to dig through the
rubble and confirm I'd been killed but that this wouldn't happen
til after daylight. What could I do with the 3 remaining hours
until daybreak? I decided to eat the ice cream in my fridge before
it spoiled, jack off, and go back to bed til the Morning Dingleberry
hit the news stands. It made sense."
So, they were going to play hardball.
I was awakened by the sound of cackling radios and the whine
of rotating FD aerial ladder trucks who were still pouring water
on the building. With no water available, I wiped KY jelly across
my face and legs, shaved and put on a little kind of paisley print
thing summer dress, sunglasses and a bonnet. Snatching a simple
black parasol, a flask of bourbon and some 'Chrissy for Kongress'
buttons, I headed downstairs flirting with firemen and steroid-pumped
Swat teamers who all avoided looking at me. The plan was working
perfectly. I thanked my stars for the breadth of my simple, yet
elegant wardrobe and headed for my safe room deep beneath Tommy
Ammianyo's house. Tom would either know what to do or have something
strong to drink. He's such a doll. I twirled my umbrella as I
inserted 2 coins and drew a Morning Dingleberry from the news
rack. The headline screamed at me:
'Green Party terrorists suspect in hotel attack!!'
(Jim Dorencrap beaten senseless resisting arrest)
Well, at least some good had come from all the destruction.
I thought back to the words of SF Board spiritual adviser, Sylvia
Johnson when pressed by Daly to come to the point in addressing
his committee during public comment:
"Well, I'm sorry that all these people died,
and I'm doing all that I can about it
but it's a wild goose chase."
(next installment: sniper targets bicyclists)
h. brown is a 62 year-old keeper of sfbulldog.com,
an eclectic site featuring a half dozen City Hall denizens. h
is a former sailor, firefighter, teacher, nightclub owner, and
a hard-living satirical muckraker. Email
h at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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