First Impressions Overturned Part 2: EQ Talks, Gay Stuff and Inn ‘N Out Feasting with a Nuanced Tech Bro

**This Part 2 of the First Impressions Overturned series, following last week’s post “Partying Police Officers, A Socially Conscious Bro, and a Misconstrued Pedestrian” ( https://bit.ly/3bAkJ8V ). ~~~ When Sean* gets into my car outside the apartment of a hilly San Francisco neighborhood, he asks if I’m okay with driving down to Palo Alto (a cityContinue reading “First Impressions Overturned Part 2: EQ Talks, Gay Stuff and Inn ‘N Out Feasting with a Nuanced Tech Bro”

The hyenas of Fell Street, our plastic pandemic, and Mission district gentrification in San Francisco, CA

Bearded and bespectacled (**generally that word annoys me, but I just couldn’t resist the alliteration here), Jim* exudes an instant air of sophistication when he gets into my car at 9th and Irving. He’s just finished having sushi dinner with a female friend he hasn’t seen in over three years (“She’d been living in BerlinContinue reading “The hyenas of Fell Street, our plastic pandemic, and Mission district gentrification in San Francisco, CA”