Tenderloin Business Finds a Clever Way to Make Twitter Feel Totally Unwelcome

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Twitter via @Brian Rinker

There's no better way to rebuff Twitter than to broadcast your disdain for Twitter via billboard rather than via Twitter.

The Tenderloin might be known as the seedier strip of San Francisco, but if you ask us, it's also home to some clever people who aren't shy about telling Twitter where they can go shove their tweets. SF Weekly's former intern Brian Rinker snapped this image of this witty directive on Turk Street which includes our very favorite: double entendres.

The communiqué, which was also posted on Yelp earlier this week, can be seen at Kahn & Keville Garage on Turk Street, in case you were looking for somewhere to take your touristy friends this week to show them that San Francisco isn't all cable cars and clam chowder.






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Federale
Federale topcommenter

And their point is?  They prefer that the Tenderloin be a haven for drugs and crime?

aliasetc
aliasetc topcommenter

Twitter and facebook suck

Bryan Edwards
Bryan Edwards

@LaurenFinlayson you could not be further from the truth...

Alyssa Pereira
Alyssa Pereira

i used to work right by this biz—always had the funniest shit on that sign

Robert Scalzi
Robert Scalzi

there are 2 things that tweet - Birds and Twits

Matt Pugh
Matt Pugh

YES!!!! in 3-5yrs they will all be gone and new douche bags will come to replace them.these fuckers ruined rent tho.

Laura Finlayson
Laura Finlayson

is all these tech companies were to pack up and leave the SF economy would be destroyed, stop the hate.

Ken Wallace
Ken Wallace

Ha just saw this yesterday. Corner of Polk and Turk

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