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The home that belonged to Arnold Schwarzenegger’s pregnant character in the 1994 male gestation flick Junior, a.k.a. 2552 Hyde St., has been reduced from $1.9 million to $1.7 million. But no matter how you do the math, you’ll never meet the offspring of the govnah’s uterus.
Bike culture is a prevalent one in San Francisco. And in these days of FlipCams and A Night in Paris, amateur filmmaking is picking up speed like a fixie, too. So in a marriage of the two, I bring you Russian Hill Roulette, a short film by Frank Chan about a cyclist who tries to pedal up the six steepest streets of San Francisco. At times, he gets cocky, brushing his hair and sipping on espresso while riding. But Chan’s ego is no match for the city’s steepest hill, Filbert between Leavenworth and Hyde — a 31.5 percent incline. The Russian Hill hill gets the best of him; and it’s clear that he’s not from around these here parts. To watch the five minute flick, (more…)
The Mark Horton-designed home that belonged to govnah Arnold Schwarzenegger’s pregnant character in the 1994 male gestation flick Junior, a.k.a. 2552 Hyde St. (at Bay), is on the market for a cool $1.9 million. The single family house bears three bedrooms, three baths, and 1,900 square feet, and sits directly across from Russian Hill Park — an ideal place for a growing family of test tube babies.