Where does the good go


How’s this for an only-in-San Francisco story:

Members of the Baker’s Dozen, the renowned, all-male a cappella singing group from Yale, are pummeled outside a New Year’s Eve party after singing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

The attackers allegedly include graduates from Sacred Heart Cathedral, one of the city’s oldest and best-known private schools.

The attack happens outside the home of two prominent San Francisco police officers — former mayoral bodyguard Reno Rapagnani, now retired, and his wife, Leanna Dawydiak — who were both accused and later cleared of leaking internal SFPD personnel documents during the Fajitagate debacle.

To be fair, there is not a single graduate of that esteemed institution that hasn’t wanted to beat the stuff out of one of the four thousand a cappella singing groups.

Er…I mean…just say no to violence.
via Binda

7 Responses to “Dawn.Must.Stop.Laughing.”

  1. Gib Says:

    Just so I understand – in Nancy Pelosi’s district, singing our national anthem is considered an invitation to violence?

    I am seriously considering questioning somebody’s patriotism.

  2. Chugarte Says:


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  4. Chugarte Says:

    Gib helpful.

  5. Gib Says:

    Chugarte welcome.

  6. Dawn Summers Says:

    yeah, so…wow…nobody needs verbs anymore.

  7. Gib Says:

    Nancy Pelosi’s America. No verbs.

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