We were out running today, and came across two signs. No photos (we don't carry a camera in such situations), but they both are begging for some explanations.

Sign 1: On the Embarcadero, a flashing LED road sign advising motorists that there may be "Flooding at Embarcadero and Mission at high tide." Why only at high tide? Is there an oceanographer out there who can explain this?

Sign 2: In the corner of a window at Fuse, a bar at Broadway and Kearny that became somewhat notorious a few weeks ago for a Tuesday-night shooting, there's a sticker that says "Breast-feeding welcome here."

Breast feeding? We're all for it, but in a nightclub? Anyone got any thoughts about this?