Friday, July 29, 2016
Should the Times in An Age bring Milk Glass to a Pitcher is it a 'thumbprint' or is it root beer that would identify the setting of a Table?? That being said, do you know which spoon goes to fork as what would Ronn Owens on KGO say at the beginning of a Fine Dining Experience or, would Alan Colmes say to Mr. Dopplerson that NO, its called An Appetizer.
Only one hint as you should already know the radio this is the stick.key on what technique to inquire?? Permission or Warn.Knee.EAN as what is the cost on a listen as to that logging on or does it, should it, would it involve a greater expectation of no privacy??
a. The Alan Colmes Show, a nationally syndicated talk-radio show distributed by Fox News Radio that also airs throughout the United States on Fox News Talk on Sirius and XM.
BEING THAT FRANK would the Cable Car Men go clang eat.T clang Or would the Cable Car Men know that the cars in front of them on the Tracks understand that people hang-off the sides of the Cable Cars already?? This is a very tough question as the Cable Cars in San Francisco never told very many that I heard to stay on the boards, yet should I not being born and raised there and should I been riding the Cable Cars on tourist days would I have heard that lecture or warning as a precursor to the natural or mandatory instructions that I don't know exist or existed?? For I, I knew not to do those things that I see on the rice-a-roni ding,ding commercials, however who's responsibility is it when you know that the Trained Cable Car Men are around yet are working on the whatchamacallit inside the Cable Car to say to the passenger on the Cable Car that that looks like a dangerous move?? Remember this is a heavy thinking question and the answer is not not blowing in the wind as how far can a bell be heard should you have been fortunate enough to have had a Mother that married a Man that allowed you to sleep with the windows open so that you could count the foghorns as they blew independent of one another and the entire goal was to see if you could count the same sounding foghorn twice before you fell-off to sleep. Is this counting sheep?? Or is this knowing that when you got up in the morning the window was indeed closed and the breeze that would have frozen you in mid of night would have given more than a chill but would have said . . . . . . .. .
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term smoked glass refers to two different types of glass. It can be either of the following:
(1) Smoked glass is a flat sheet of glass held in the smoke of a candle flame (or other inefficiently burning hydrocarbon) such that one surface of the sheet of glass is covered in a layer of smoke residue. The glass is then used as a medium for recording pen traces in scientific instruments. The advantages of using the glass are that the recording medium is easily renewable (just re-smoke the glass), and that the trace obtained can easily be magnified by projection onto a suitable surface. A variation on this scheme is the use of smoked paper in early seismographs.
(2) Smoked glass is glass manufactured with darkening materials incorporated, such that light passing through the glass is decreased inbrightness. It can be used aesthetically, for example, in the manufacture of coffee tables with smoked glass tops. It can also be used in scientific instruments as a filter, as in the use of smoked glass in cross-staves and sextants, allowing operators to make sun sightings without damaging their eyesight.
In Width Of Love For General And May Lilo Fore Know That Poet Was Not A Skid As That Would Have Been A Dollar Hide To The Work Of Reality!! In Each Ride There Are Hours That Speak Volumes But Know Spoke As You, For You Spoke The Breeze With A Grains Mile To My File!!!
Should secular measure the rule with Independence Day in the U.S.A. than may your Might be Tee,
for the Flag at the plant to the Hedge and the Trim is the Celebration of tradition by grain??
many certain inalienable writes gave rise to the state of Fireworks for display??,
the main-frame to tags is not I by this lane,
sure Veal to Cow is the Milk be that Vein!!
Touch this with your language and word it a tea,
for the pot is nigh Planters as Peanuts and Pickle,
the jar to the fact that Machines are a grasp,
may this Text tile be Lathe to the Shingle of Train!!
Station too station this is night the light bridle,
bit to the Double edge as the Mountain of Tack,
This is the Country of ever so dash,
the eh bee see is not owe.shin nor is it North by South lash,
it is not The Whip as that is Congress go Ryan,
and that is a Hammer with a Gavel from Desk,
this is the earth of proper and prime,
be strength or be sound as the vocals are sung.
Lyrics to Rickets the horse as the Barn,
stable be Cob as the Sixteen-One hand,
in that find this mind as the parade of just sand,
for the balance of duel is more than just fear!!
Stride to that jump and The Grid has its plate,
clinics and Wofford the Sabo at Rein??,
do no effort more than whats clear,
for the three-day eventer is the tier in this beer??,
Challenge 'Condition' while the 'Condition.shin.Knee.EAN,
I style the present as a gift wrapped with Cheers!,
these are the move.ease as I blink and I stand,
not for and not from for I'll say to your drum,
do your sticks go to ankle does your hip say to crock,
a giraffe said a Tree and the Elephant war laughed??,
nigh the hour to bell on the ringer of sing,
shank is a lead-line the hobble or placed,
does the walk brush the Box did it storm with a Twist.Stir,
no cyclone will gutter while the road goes to Palm.
I am a particular familiar with choice,
be the Tenderloin prowess as the Hats are not Whigs,
Wares of the Dungeon no Crab said to phish,
for in the Season of Apollo the Moon is its lens.duh,
now that understanding delivers this fee.mail,
may the pass.Port be Sherry and a Glass for your Talent,
therefore for piece of this Riddle by said,
sounds are not Act.cents yet Add to the Tub`d,
three ole time reads for your feather be light,
a Monopoly of explanation is the Needle in Banked,
Chance to that is the Jay that speaks French,
for Bandit came to and that is the Rank!!!
The aspect of deliver the Newspaper at the Driveway is as the Letter is a Post,
to know that the Office is once a Speak Ease.See so is the dry docks of Pea,
a found at the price of liquor is the drink of boats and show,
to this or to either is both??
Fortune Cookie on the Wheel,
does the Wind blow,
from the basic understanding of the tree and ear,
is breath to held or holding deer as Bandit did appear,
the breakfast of such regard is the print of why is the mark a measure to a shores a.doored,
valley heave to mountain state is thee shoulder wrapping lei,
is flute to the stern of reed the brain a mind on language trumpets hood??.
Que to Card,
the Streets of San Francisco,
City Hall the Courts and Call a Box is in the loin??
Tender bit to Template fined,
computers marching great ole dime,
than is the meant of catcher in the rye or corn or wheat of Salisbury??
Town to Village People sang with Lyrics raised not Rum,
the sheet music of My Mother plays to Oregon on this Given Day,
therefore Sun.Day on the Horizon will be that gentle ever Work??,
the sun will be in every state of each and all the World bake,
the Moon does grace our thought to month in which the ankle knows E! lapsed.
John Batchelor | KGO-AM Must Guide National Geographic for ADULTs Through This Chart Of Off^Fence On The Touch^Down Of This Goal^Lead From Today's Hawk^Key At 3:03 AM 7/29/2016
For every celebration, there is dejection, as Washington High’s Mark Rosenberg shows after a loss to McAteer in the 1985 City Championship game. Photographer Eric Luse ~ May 2, 2013 - Photographer-turned-winemaker Eric Luse went from shooting images of ... The award-winning photographer was just starting out with the San Francisco Chronicle, ... Luse serves as winemaker. At some point in the early 1980s, photographer Eric Luse Now: The centerpiece of the show is called "This Darkroom's Gone to Heaven," a full-
size group fogged negative, provides a comment on the loss of the human element in photography. ... http://napavalleyregister.com/wine/a-photographer-falls-for-his-subject/article_06a75c52-b37a-11e2-ace8-0019bb2963f4.html
San Francisco Unified School District ~ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Francisco_Unified_School_District
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
|San Francisco Unified School District|
|San Francisco, California|
|Superintendent||Richard A. Carranza|
|Students and staff|
San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), established in 1851, is the only public school district within the City and County of San Francisco, and the first in the state of California. Under the management of the San Francisco Board of Education, the district serves more than 55,500 students in more than 160 institutions.
SFUSD utilizes an intra-district school choice system and requires students and parents to submit a selection application. Every year in the fall, the SFUSD hosts a Public School Enrollment Fair to provide families access to information about all the schools in the district.
SFUSD has the second highest Academic Performance Index among the seven largest California school districts in California.Newsweek’s national ranking of "Best High Schools in America" named seven SFUSD high schools among the top five percent in the country in 2007. In 2005, two SFUSD schools were recognized by the federal government as No Child Left Behind Blue-Ribbon Schools.
SFUSD previously practiced a race-based admissions system. In 1983 the NAACP sued the school district and won a consent decree that mandated that no more than 45% of any racial group may make up the percentage of students at a single school. At the time, white and black students were the largest demographic groups in the school district. The decree was intended to benefit black children. When it was discovered that Hispanic children also had low test scores, they were added to the decree's intended beneficiaries.
In a five-year period ending in 1999, Asian and Latino students were the largest demographic groups in the SFUSD. In 1994, after several ethnic Chinese students were denied admission to programs because too many ethnic Chinese students were present, ethnic Chinese parents sued SFUSD arguing that the system promoted racial discrimination. On April 15, 1998, the Chinese-American group asked a federal appeals court to end the admissions practice. The system required ethnic Chinese students to receive higher scores than other ethnic groups in order to be admitted to Lowell High School, the city's most prestigious public high school. Waldemar Rojas, the superintendent, wanted to keep the decree because the district had received $37 million in desegregation funds. The NAACP had defended the decree. White parents who were against the racial quotas had a tendency to leave San Francisco.
In 1998 a federal appeals court ruled that the race-based criteria should not be ended, but that SFUSD is required to justify why it required higher test scores from ethnic Chinese applicants to gain admission to the school district's most prestigious high school and that the school district is required to prove, during a trial held in the 1999-2000 school year, that segregation is remaining in the school system and that the limitation of the ethnic groups at each school is the only possible remedy. On February 16, 1999, lawyers representing the Chinese parents revealed that the school district had agreed to a settlement that removed the previous race-based admission system; William Orrick, the U.S. district judge, had planned to officially announce the news of the settlement the following day. The district planned to implement a "diversity index" in which race was one factor, but in December 1999 Orrick rejected the plan as unconstitutional. Orrick ordered the district to resubmit the plan without race as a factor or to resubmit the plan under the settlement that had been reached with the Chinese parents. In January 2000 the district agreed to remove race as a factor of consideration for admission. In 2007 theU.S. Supreme Court had ruled that race may not be an admission factor for a K-12 school.
As of 2007 SFUSD admission factors include race-neutral aspects, such as the socioeconomic status of a student's family. Lyanne Melendez of KGO-TV wrote in 2007 "but the local courts and the district have found that race-neutral factors haven't worked in San Francisco's case."
- Comprehensive schools
- Abraham Lincoln High School
- Balboa High School
- Galileo Academy of Science and Technology
- George Washington High School
- John O'Connell High School of Technology
- Mission High School
- Phillip & Sala Burton High School (located at the former Woodrow Wilson High School campus)
- Raoul Wallenberg Traditional High School (located at the former Anza Elementary campus)
- Thurgood Marshall Academic High School (located at the former Pelton Middle School campus)
- Alternative schools
- San Francisco Flex Academy
- The Ruth Asawa SF School of the Arts (SOTA) (Visual and Performing Arts) (located at the former J. Eugene McAteer High School campus)
- Civic Center Secondary School 727 Golden Gate Ave. (located at the former John Swett Elementary)
- City Arts & Technology (Charter) (located at the Luther Burbank Middle School campus)
- Downtown High School (currently located at the former Patrick Henry Elementary campus)
- Gateway High School (Charter) (located at the former Benjamin Franklin Middle School campus)
- Hilltop High School (County) (located at the former Sunshine School campus)
- Independence High School
- International Studies Academy (located at the former Enola Maxwell Middle School campus)
- June Jordan School for Equity (Small School) (located at the Luther Burbank Middle School campus)
- Leadership High School (Charter) (currently located within the James Denman Middle School campus)
- Lowell High School (Academic Magnet)
- San Francisco International High School
- Ida B. Wells Continuation High School (formerly Alamo Park Continuation High, Louise M. Lombard High)
- Aptos Middle School 
- James Denman Middle School 
- Everett Middle School 
- Francisco Middle School 
- Gateway Middle School (Charter) (located at the former Golden Gate Elementary School campus)
- A.P. Giannini Middle School 
- Herbert Hoover Middle School 
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Academic Middle School 
- James Lick Middle School 
- Marina Middle School 
- Presidio Middle School 
- Roosevelt Middle School 
- Visitacion Valley Middle School 
- Buena Vista/Horace Mann Alternative K-8
- Bessie Carmichael/FEC K-8
- Creative Arts Charter
- Lawton Alternative K-8
- Claire Lilienthal Alternative K-8
- Madison Campus (Grades K-2) 3950 Sacramento Street
- Winfield Scott Campus (Grades 3-8) 3630 Divisadero Street
- Paul Revere K-8
- Rooftop Alternative Elementary K-8 (formerly Twin Peaks Elementary)
- Burnett Campus (Grades K-4) 443 Burnett Avenue
- Mayeda Campus (Grades 5-8) 500 Corbett Avenue
- San Francisco Community K-8 (formerly Corbett/Community Elementary and located on Corbett Avenue)
- Thomas Edison Charter Academy ("TECA" formerly Edison Elementary, converted from K-5 to K-8 in 2005)
- Alice Fong Yu Alternative K-8 (located at the former Christopher Columbus Elementary)
- Alamo Elementary
- Alvarado Elementary
- Argonne Elementary
- Bryant Elementary
- Dr. George Washington Carver Elementary
- César Chávez Elementary (formerly Hawthorne Elementary)
- John Yehall Chin Elementary (formerly Washington Irving Elementary)
- Chinese Education Center Elementary School, established in 1969.
- Chinese Immersion School at De Avila (formerly William R. DeAvila Elementary and, before that, Dudley Stone Elementary)
- Clarendon Elementary Second Community
- JBBP (Japanese Bilingual Bicultural Program) at Clarendon
- Cleveland Elementary
- Dr. William L. Cobb Elementary (formerly Emerson Elementary)
- Dr. Charles R. Drew Alternative School
- El Dorado Elementary
- Fairmount Elementary
- Dianne Feinstein Elementary (built on the site of the old Parkside Elementary)
- Leonard R. Flynn Elementary (formerly Le Conte Elementary)
- Garfield Elementary
- Glen Park Elementary
- Grattan Elementary
- Guadalupe Elementary
- Bret Harte Elementary (Enrollment: 260, Mascot: Winky Bear)
- Hillcrest Elementary
- Jefferson Elementary
- Francis Scott Key Elementary
- Thomas Starr King Elementary
- Lafayette Elementary
- Lakeshore Elementary
- Gordon J. Lau Elementary (dedicated and renamed on October 30, 1998, formerly Commodore Stockton Elementary)
- Longfellow Elementary
- Frank McCoppin Elementary
- McKinley Elementary
- Malcolm X Academy (formerly Sir Francis Drake Elementary)
- Marshall Elementary (formerly Mission Elementary)
- Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy (dedicated and renamed June 25, 1996, formerly Douglass School)
- Miraloma Elementary
- Monroe Elementary
- George R. Moscone Elementary
- John Muir Elementary
- New Traditions Elementary (located since 1990 in the old Andrew Jackson Elementary)
- Jose Ortega Elementary
- Jean Parker Elementary
- Rosa Parks Elementary (reconstituted and renamed in 1995, formerly Raphael Weill Elementary)
- Rosa Parks JBBP (Japanese Bilingual Bicultural Program)
- George Peabody Elementary
- Redding Elementary
- Sanchez Elementary
- Junipero Serra Elementary
- Sheridan Elementary
- Sherman Elementary
- Commodore Sloat Elementary
- Spring Valley Elementary
- Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary
- Sunnyside Elementary
- Sunset Elementary (formerly Mark Twain Elementary)
- Sutro Elementary
- Edward Robeson "E.R." Taylor Elementary
- Tenderloin Community School
- Ulloa Elementary
- Visitacion Valley Elementary
- Daniel Webster Elementary
- West Portal Elementary
- Yick Wo Elementary (formerly Sarah B. Cooper Elementary)
- J. Eugene McAteer High School (1973–2002) 555 Portola Drive.
- Newcomer High School (was located at the old Laguna Honda Elementary)
- Metropolitan Arts and Tech High School (Charter) (____-2013) (located at the former Woodrow Wilson High School campus) (merged into City Arts and Technology High School)
- Polytechnic High School (1895–1972) 701 Frederick Street across from Kezar Stadium.
- Urban Pioneer Experiential Academy (2002–2004)
- Woodrow Wilson High School (1963-1996) 400 Mansell Avenue (renamed as Phillip & Sala Burton HS)
- Aim High Academy, 2003-2006 (relocated to Luther Burbank MS site and renamed as Small Middle School for Equity at the end of the 2005-2006 academic year)
- Luther Burbank Middle School (closed at the end of the 2005-2006 academic year) was located at 325 La Grande Avenue. It is currently the home for the June Jordan School for Equity (Small public school), and City Arts and Technology High School (Charter school).
- Gloria R. Davis College Preparatory Academy (closed at the end of the 2006-2007 academic year) was located at 1195 Hudson Street
- Excelsior Middle School was merged into International Studies Academy [ISA HS] in the fall of 2008 allowing for a 6-12 grade school.
- Benjamin Franklin Middle School (closed at the end of the 2004-2005 academic year) was located at 1430 Scott Street and renamed in the fall of 2006 as the Burl L. Toler Campus and is now home to both Gateway High School and KIPP SF Bay Academy (both charter schools).
- Horace Mann Middle School (was merged with Buena Vista K-5 to form a K-8 program starting in fall 2011 while supporting the 7th & 8th graders who had started at Horace Mann)
- Enola Maxwell Middle School (closed at the end of the 2005-2006 academic year) (formerly Potrero Middle School) and now home to I.S.A. High School.
- Willie L. Brown Jr. Academy College Preparatory School, 4-8 (formerly Twenty-First Century K-8) (closed at the end of the 2010-2011 academic year for considerable renovations as well as academic issues.)
- Treasure Island School (closed mid-school year, December 16, 2005)
- Twenty-First Century K-8 (became Willie L. Brown College Preparatory 2004-2005)
- Cabrillo Elementary School (closed at the end of the 2005-2006 academic year) was located at 750 25th Avenue in the Outer Richmond District. It is now used as a district office.
- William R. DeAvila Elementary (formerly Dudley Stone Elementary) was located at 1351 Haight Street, between Masonic and Central in the Upper Haight. The school was closed at the end of the 2004-05 school year and briefly rented to City College of San Francisco. Before the start of the 2009-10 school year, the school district re-opened DeAvila as the Chinese Immersion School at DeAvila. Kindergarten and 1st grade students were enrolled for 2009-10, with the plan of gradually expanding the school to comprise grades K-5.
- Diamond Heights Elementary (currently home to the San Francisco Police Academy & PAL) was located at 350 Amber Drive, just behind the Diamond Height's Safeway. The building was built in the 1960s hugging the Diamond Heights/Glen Park Canyon. Almost immediately upon completion, the property was determined to be unsafe and sliding into the canyon. The school was closed for one year, shored up and reopened. It was closed as a public school in the 1980s. Subsequently, the building was sold to the SFPD and is used for cadet training.
- Farragut Elementary (closed in the early 1970s) was located on Holloway between Capitol and Faxon in the Ingleside District. Sold off to developers, currently there are townhouses located there.
- Golden Gate Elementary (closed at the end of the 2004-2005 academic year) was located at 1601 Turk Street between Steiner and Divisadero. Current home to both Gateway Middle School and Creative Arts Charter School.
- JBBP West (Japanese Bilingual Bicultural Program in the Sunset) was located at 3045 Santiago Street at 42nd Avenue for 3 years, after having been housed at William De Avila for 2 years. Due to the small size of the Santiago campus and a growing student population, the program moved to Rosa Parks Elementary at 1501 O'Farrell Street after the 2005-2006 academic year, and was renamed JBBP Rosa Parks.
- Laguna Honda Elementary was located at 1350 Seventh Avenue in the Inner Sunset.
- San Miguel Elementary (closed in the 1980s) was located at 300 Seneca Avenue in the Excelsior District.
- John Swett Alternative Elementary (merged with John Muir after 2005-2006 academic year) was located at 727 Golden Gate Avenue, between Franklin and Gough.