Kink.com Selling Off Props, Toys, DeVICEs, and Furniture This Thursday Afternoon (AKA Today). Email To Get On List For Admittance.


Apparently kink.com is finally following through with their threat of moving all their porn production activities to Vegas. They’re having one hella freaky garage sale today from 12-5 PM. Email them to get on the security list to gain enterance into The Armory. And while you’re in there, pick me up something vice! 😉 Thanks in advance! ♥♥♥ … More Kink.com Selling Off Props, Toys, DeVICEs, and Furniture This Thursday Afternoon (AKA Today). Email To Get On List For Admittance.

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DON’T MISS OUT!!! Section 8 Wait List Open! Will Close 5pm EST This Evening! (Feb 16, 2017) APPLY NOW!


The Richmond County, Geotgia Housing Authority (SMHA) Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher waiting list closes again today (2/16/17) at 5:00 pm EST. … More DON’T MISS OUT!!! Section 8 Wait List Open! Will Close 5pm EST This Evening! (Feb 16, 2017) APPLY NOW!

Residential Complex Coming to Capp Street Church


That’s not cute! I would think that coming from such a long line of Christians and houses of worship, the present owner would be inclined to honor the affordable housing rule, even if it wasn’t reqired. I guess, Revival, LLC is just more concerned with reviving their check book, than with what Jesus would do. … More Residential Complex Coming to Capp Street Church

San Francisco developer considers building 200-square-foot apartments | abc7.com


Oh Hell no! I really love the tiny home concept–it’s eco-friendlier than the gargantuan living spaces we are used to and going simple and Zen with things is very calming and positive–but this is going too far. Your only sink within your toilet? No! We have to draw the line somewhere! Come on. If your … More San Francisco developer considers building 200-square-foot apartments | abc7.com

Update on the “Beast of Bryant”: Developer Moving Forward Despite Community Demands – Mission Local


A proposed six-story, 328-unit housing project on Bryant Street drew more opposition on Thursday after a press conference called by construction union Local 261 demanded significant changes to the Mission District housing project. A group of union workers, supervisorial candidates, and local activists spoke outside of 2000 Bryant St. — the so-called “Beast on Bryant”… via … More Update on the “Beast of Bryant”: Developer Moving Forward Despite Community Demands – Mission Local