7 Thoughts on “Strollers & Dogs; RiverFest 2017

  1. The D@ily Spin on August 21, 2017 at 9:38 am said:

    A downtown Iditarod? Dogs pulling strollers.

  2. “Strollers & Dogs?” That sounds like some kind of a pre-K hipster drive-in, where one can enjoy a quick coney, but with their parents in hand….

  3. At least this year I didn’t get my foot run over by a stroller wheel, but there was a few close calls. I don’t understand why people in SF can’t go to an outdoor festival without bringing their baby or dog. First off, neither want to be their, it’s too hot for them and they are anxious or uncomfortable, especially dogs. Would it kill you to just get a baby sitter or kennel your dog for a couple of hours when coming to these crowded events?

  4. But if there are “Strollers & Dogs” involved, then it probably means you are hitched, which means you have no say in it…. 😉 …..You probably have a mortgage too, which you think you left at home, but it actually travels with you wherever you go….

  5. The D@ily Spin on August 21, 2017 at 5:35 pm said:

    I must side with the dogs and strollers crowd. A free event is what they can afford. It’s a chance for neighbors and families from the working class to get away from their subsided apartment, food stamps, and crime ridden unmaintained parks. It’s my kind of crowd because there’s no thousand dollar suit politicians, credit card executives, or Scrooge developers.

  6. Blasphemo on August 22, 2017 at 8:09 pm said:

    The dogs are the worst. If the dog is too big to carry, they are inappropriate for a crowded public event. Between the leash and the wet face, they’re just a turd in the punch bowl for everyone else trying to navigate the crowd.

  7. The dog thing irks me. The small dogs and puppies look terrified, and they probably are. If you are proud of your dog, great. Get a T-shirt made of them and wear that to the event.

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