Ninjas Prowl San Francisco, Fighting Crime, Promoting Gaming Web Site
"Many of the people (the San Francisco Guardian Angels) chapter strives to protect do not understand how, exactly, they are being protected," wrote Baker, a recent college graduate.
Within weeks, a solution to the insufficiently aggressive vigilante patrol problem materialized along the San Francisco waterfront.
Guardian Angels are a non-profit volunteer group of unarmed citizen patrols.
Ninjas, meanwhile, are covert agents and mercenaries of feudal Japan, specializing in guerrilla warfare techniques such as sabotage, infiltration, and assassination
Guardian Angels loiter on trains and street-corners in red berets. Ninjas, at least the ones patrolling San Francisco Monday, perform scary waterfront break dance moves in order to stop malfeasance before it starts.
Guardian Angels can be recognized by the way they scowl with their arms crossed.
The Ninjas guarding San Francisco Monday, meanwhile, await danger suspended horizontally from sign posts.