0) Tidal wetlands are always smelly but picturesque at low tide, AFAICS.
That's the smell of decay, wot keeps the thing going.
1) Yeah, I agree.
2) Fuel, San Jose. Maybe the new club Icon in Palo Alto on Ca. Ave.
Other side of the tracks (hey Eddie Palmieri's playing there, go see a
3) 60 minutes minimum from anywhere I've been, even if it's 20 miles.
8^) Nice, though.
4) It's kind of a megatropolis not a city.
5) I live in Pa. We go to the ocean in the offseason here, too. As any
sane Californian would. 8^)
On Tuesday, April 17, 2001, at 03:27 PM, Antoun Nabhan wrote:
> Oh, krighst. Fine, I'll forward to FoRK! :-)
> "Ain't Skeered,"
>> You didn't cc FoRK. What are you, shy?
>> Go on, send it to FoRK!
>> - Joe :-)
>> Also sprach Antoun Nabhan:
>> > Yeah, this complaint seems easily remedied to me, too. Hike around
>> > smelly but picturesque wetland around the Sun campus, or over the
>> > bridge with the crazy vertigo view. Ever eaten at the little
>> sandwich stand
>> > on the lake near the Skyline Ampitheatre, right off of 101? Or
>> visited the
>> > park even the New York Times knows about, the Stanford Arboretum? Or
>> > hills around the SLAC? Or the park over by the VA hospital in East
>> Menlo Park?
>> > Now, I still haven't found much in the way of good bars/live music
>> > outside San Francisco proper. If you haven't poked your head out of
>> > cubicle at all, California Street in Palo Alto and downtown Palo
>> Alto do
>> > exist - but yeah, they're pretty much all lame yuppie or Stanford
>> > stuff. I'll be looking more in the fall.
>> > If it's decent eats you're looking for, it definitely exists between
>> > Jose and Daly City. But that can't be what you're complaining about,
>> > Maybe the grass is always greener - I'm still in North Carolina!
>> > --A.
>> > At 11:16 AM 4/17/01 -0700, Joseph S Barrera III wrote:
>> > >Also sprach Adam L. Beberg:
>> > > > Also due to the fair market all land has been turned into either
>> a house or
>> > > > a tech business, making sure there isn't any land going to waste
>> as a
>> > > > recreational area or non-tech business. Sure there are lots of
>> > > state/federal
>> > > > mountains, but anything flat is developed. This keeps people
>> > > > becasue it's hours of driving before you get to the non-geek
>> > >
>> > >That's completely false. A huge amount of the SF Peninsula is
>> > >recreational, and is very accessible, very close to the worker bees
>> > >and their hives. Where are you, exactly? I can compute how many
>> > >minutes it will take you to drive somewhere peaceful and wind down
>> > >you don't keep posting such bitter cynical messages. Well, I don't
>> > >know if that will really work, but you might just briefly enjoy
>> > >yourself even if it doesn't change your posting style.
>> > >
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