Sunday, March 2, 2008

Baggage will be confiscated and maybe destroyed


































At 4 a.m. on Thursday, we began the arduous journey to the multicultural city of cities, San Francisco. I didn’t sleep Wednesday night; just stayed up taking care of some last-minute preparation as I am wont to do.

This, coupled with the traveling made for a rather long day. By the afternoon, I was falling asleep on my feet while we went searching for Union Square without result.

The running list of people I may or may not have seen while here in San Francisco:

John Krasinski (On the street right after we got off the BART)
Bob Sagett (It makes sense that ol’ Bob would show up in the city that hosted Full House)
Seth Green (At the In-N-Out Burger, which by the way, we frequented for lunch every day)
Tracy Chapman (Multiple times)
And lastly, Willem Dafoe, whom we spotted on the bus before we got off in front of the Full House. Two of us convinced a couple of our other friends that he must have been preparing for a role and getting to know the city.

Real people I did encounter:

Tony, Antonio and Fancy at Sheba
John at Haight Ashbury
Becky, Mike W., and Mike D. at Golden Gate Park

But more about them later.

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