Christmas 2016

It’s getting closer, 2017. And we are all scared.

Before we get there, though, let’s hang on to NORMAL by savoring every last moment of 2016.

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Union Square, San Francisco, December 2016

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Union Square Again: The tree was lit the day after Thanksgiving.

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Macy’s, Union Square, December 2016

Last night, the homeless were still there — lying on sidewalks or curled up inside Stockton Tunnel. But so were loads of people: ice skating, shopping, listening to street musicians.

There were a number of Santa-clad people trying to score.  The Santa Con is like one big OK Cupid event: the women’s Santa outfits featured tiny little skirts, showing quite a bit of leg, most clad in fishnet. By evening, drunk Santas were falling over each other. San Francisco: The Number 1 Hook-Up City in America!

Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.

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