March 23, 2006
What Would Suge Do?
Well, Curbed (the NYC original) catches wind (via: ltjbukem - we have no idea…) of an Oakland loft decked out with a
stolen transplanted liberated NYC subway sign. Their conclusion? “Even in the Bay Area, it's all about NYC." Huh?
Our conclusion? It's about time to call Suge...
First Published: March 23, 2006 2:11 PM
Comments from "Plugged In" Readers
Ok, maybe it is about NYC in a loft, but that's a contextual thing. I'd be hard-pressed to find that same piece hanging in a San Francisco victorian or the like.
Anyway, it's impossible to compare SF to NYC - two different worlds. It's like the big brother who played football and his little bro who likes to skate.
In my opinion, SF takes the cake, but I'm biased.
Posted by: Kristian at March 23, 2006 4:04 PM
hi, nice blog. who's suge? suge knight?
Posted by: ltjbukem at March 23, 2006 9:13 PM
Thanks! And yes, Mr. Knight: Suge Versus Puffy?
Posted by: SocketSite at March 24, 2006 11:03 AM
This loft was a happy place for two people and all those that know them. It was a healing aantuary for one. A place where a life healed from hurt. The loft has a warm loved personna. The view of the estuary and the shore of Alameda and the hills of the west bay in the far distance. A great place to watch the fireworks on the 4th and the boat parade of lights on New Years Eve. Walk the steets past the Oakland Amtak station to the shops and resturants of Jack London Plaza. It is a nice place to live. It is and was a good plce. The subway sign is a smile in the room.
Posted by: jim at March 25, 2006 10:41 PM