- The above ad: Is it real? It's a touch passive aggressive, no? [Facebook]
On clever Vine-r sums up Back to the Future Day. [museummammy/Twitter]
- The Mariposa on/off ramps were closed and people were advised to stay away this afternoon as the SFPD was hunting for a possibly dangerous suspect. [OfficerManfredi/Twitter]
- There's a big, long Vanity Fair piece on Stanford Business School's “spiraling sex scandal.”
- Bay Area band Whirr gets dropped from their label after a transphobic Twitter rampage by a "good friend" on their Twitter account. They insist they are not transphobic. [Wired]
Consumer Reports downgrades Tesla's Model S after many reliability issues are reported by owners.
- Musician has $20,000 custom bass stolen from car parked near SF Jazz. [KTVU]
- Artist enhances/vandalizes those Starbucks station ads at Powell Station, issues pretentious artist statement. [Bernalwood]
- Sacramento mayor won’t seek reelection, maybe because there are allegations that he molested a kid. [CBS 5]
- Now we can all do Twitter Polls. [Twitter]
- At a house on Greenwich Street where nine people were Ellis Act evicted, many of the windows are filled with signs supporting mayoral favorite District 3 Supervisor candidate Julie Christensen. [48 Hills]
- The Humphry Slocombe team, Jeff Krupman a.k.a. the Pizzahacker, and others all met and served food to President Obama last week, and [Inside Scoop] has a photo.