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  • SF Sightseeing Tour Guide Loses Her Sh*t and Goes on an Anti-Chinatown Rant

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    Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap
    22 Oct 2014 | 11:53 am
    Either this is well placed street theatre or this chick really hates Chinatown. Alexandra Liss sent this my way. Apparently it was this tour guide’s last day and the German visitors who were staying with Alex were on this tour. They took this video. The vociferousness of her rant is kinda amazing. Check it out below. The best part is at the end when holding a beer, she screams “FUCK CHINATOWN! GO GIANTS!”
  • Notes for Thursday – October 23, 2014

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    Hugh James Latimer
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:27 pm
    I’ve been pleased to see such positive reviews for my latest novel, Liberators, which was just released on Tuesday. Here are some highlights from the reviews: Publishers Weekly called Liberators the “…rousing fifth after-the-apocalypse thriller [installment in the novel series]” and also mentioned that “Supporters of the ‘prepper’ movement…will lap up every detail.” One of the co-editors of Total Survivalist wrote: “My overall assessment is this book was excellent. I tried not to get into spoilers but there is a lot on bugging out by vehicle as well as…
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  • SF Sightseeing Tour Guide Loses Her Sh*t and Goes on an Anti-Chinatown Rant

    Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap
    22 Oct 2014 | 11:53 am
    Either this is well placed street theatre or this chick really hates Chinatown. Alexandra Liss sent this my way. Apparently it was this tour guide’s last day and the German visitors who were staying with Alex were on this tour. They took this video. The vociferousness of her rant is kinda amazing. Check it out below. The best part is at the end when holding a beer, she screams “FUCK CHINATOWN! GO GIANTS!”
  • CAMPOS 4 ASSEMBLY; YES ON G & J! THE 1ST EVER BAS GODDAMN ELECTION GUIDE!!!

    Stephen Torres - Threadbare-Fact Finder
    22 Oct 2014 | 10:30 am
    Yes, young, broke and beautiful readership, you read that right.  We here at BAS have put together our very first election endorsement. It may seem odd to some that Broke-Ass Stuart’s Goddamn Website would presume to offer our last, moth-bitten two cents in the political arena- tacos, dives, fairs, and freaky-deaky local culture being topics we usually traffic in. But that is precisely why your good friend, Stu, decided it was finally time to throw his porkpie in the ring.  You see, like your fearless editor, many of us raconteurs, flâneurs, and bohémiennes here on staff have been…
  • Local Legends of the Week: Brooklyn Promoters House of Screwball

    Alex Mak - Broke Broadcaster
    22 Oct 2014 | 9:01 am
      We here at BrokeAssStuart.com like to show love to the people who make cities like San Francisco and New York special. This is our chance to hip you to some of the strange, brilliant, and unique folks who populate these towns and give them the character that people from around the world have come to love. Darcey and Kevin are artists in Bushwick, but they don’t make paintings or sculptures, they create parties and relationships. Under the banner of House of Screwball in Brooklyn, the duo continued their long careers producing events. Darcey has been a promoter for over 18 years.
  • How to Buy Drugs in NYC WITHOUT a Connection

    Kaetan Mazza - The Broke-Joke-Who-Enjoys-a-Midnight-Toke
    21 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    I recently attended the BAS party at Dardy’s Bar in Brooklyn. While there I attempted, unsuccessfully, to buy weed. Certain attendees were generous enough to share what they had, but due to the distinct communist leanings of the BAS community, none had extra for sale. I decided not to go gently into that good night and went, instead, into the darkness to see what I could scrounge up. When I returned triumphant, some of my new friends were impressed with my procurement abilities. So, I decided to share some of my secrets with you. You see, I live what can rightly be described as a…
  • Protest Bay Guardian’s Closure, Celebrate Newspaper’s 48-Year History on Weds

    Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:49 am
    This press release just came across my desk (I mean, in my email inbox, but you know, whatever). I’m cutting and pasting it here so I don’t muck things up. On Weds. Oct. 22, the first time in 48 years that the San Francisco Bay Guardian will not deliver a new issue, city and community leaders will hold a rally to protest the newspaper’s closure and urge its revival. The 12 Noon rally, marking the “First Wednesday without the Bay Guardian,” will feature speeches by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano and other community leaders, Bay Guardian editors, music. The rally will…
 
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  • Notes for Thursday – October 23, 2014

    Hugh James Latimer
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:27 pm
    I’ve been pleased to see such positive reviews for my latest novel, Liberators, which was just released on Tuesday. Here are some highlights from the reviews: Publishers Weekly called Liberators the “…rousing fifth after-the-apocalypse thriller [installment in the novel series]” and also mentioned that “Supporters of the ‘prepper’ movement…will lap up every detail.” One of the co-editors of Total Survivalist wrote: “My overall assessment is this book was excellent. I tried not to get into spoilers but there is a lot on bugging out by vehicle as well as…
  • Identifying and Protecting Yourself and Your Family Against Hazardous Chemical Material Incidents, by a Marine in Missouri – Part 1

    Hugh James Latimer
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:27 pm
    We live in a society that depends on hazardous materials to create the technological wonders and comforts we expect for everyday life. Whether you take your kids to a swimming pool or drink any sort of city water, you knowingly or unknowingly depend on large amounts of chlorine to ensure the water is safe. Anywhere there is a mechanic shop there are chemicals required to lubricate, clean, and repair materials; some of those chemicals are potentially dangerous or deadly. As you drive down the highway you see thousands of semi-trucks carting loads of materials that could be more deadly than a…
  • Letter: Costco Emergency Foods

    Hugh James Latimer
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:26 pm
    I know you all recommend Costco Emergency Food. I don’t know if you’ve been monitoring them, but about Tuesday they had sold out of at least three items. Just 24 hours later, it was 11 sold out. (I counted.) Now it’s almost all sets. All of the expensive sets, including the $4-5K pallets, have sold out. It’s worth noting to your readers. As they sell out, they’re initially putting “sold out” over the product, then removing it totally from the website. – P.K. Hugh Replies: Costco is a tough cookie to base buying trends on. Their purchasing model…
  • Economics and Investing:

    Hugh James Latimer
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:25 pm
    Fear of Ebola Now Creating Weakness in U.S. Stocks? o o o Permanent Damage to US Economy-Michael Snyder. – J.W. o o o Items from Mr. Econocobas: Chris Martenson- How The Federal Reserve Is Purposely Attacking Savers – This is a little slow to develop but a nonetheless a great article. Slump in Mortgage Rates Fails to Rally Home Buyers David stockman- Wall Street Is One Sick Puppy—–Thanks To Even Sicker Central Banks 19 Very Surprising Facts About The Messed Up State Of The U.S. Economy
  • Odds ‘n Sods:

    Hugh James Latimer
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:25 pm
    This gives new meaning to the term “Chicago Democratic Machine Politics”: Voting error? – MtH o o o I missed seeing this when it was first posted at The Prepper Journal: Is it Crazy to Worry About the Golden Horde? o o o As vulgar as it sounds, desperate people do desperate things. It’s something to remember as you prep: Pakistan has lots of problems. Now add cannibalism. – T.P. o o o Remember, these are the situations that “suspend” your rights: Special report: America’s perpetual state of emergency. – SMZ o o o Thoughts from Frank and…
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