In my CA experience, the level of pretentiousness in SF is sustained at a suffocating level, but I was always able to find friendly people more easily than in LA/Orange County. The only thing I dont like about SF is the cold weather. If my friends/family were anywhere on the West Coast, I would probably live in SF because it is so amazingly beautiful; Laguna Beach/Dana Point/San Juan Cap are almost as pretty, but the city is just too far away. It's hard to be a prideful Texan, sometimes, because I know I'm not supposed openly acknowledge that anything in CA is better.Originally Posted by utgf
Oh, ya, hopefully something real will happen with the Museum Tower so we'll have some fresh on-topic material to chew up. The current SF discussion is interesting and germane to the forum's purpose, but over time it's just going to get lost in this thread as soon as the Museum Tower gives us new material. Someone please remind me to extract the SF themed discussion and set it up with it's own thread.
I was totally intrigued by the rumor that Crain Hall was looking to buy the property. That wouldnt surprise me one bit. The ire of forum is reasonablly piled on Craig Hall, but I have no doubt that when he's ready to build on the old Lone Star site, it will be outstanding.