Hey, Ocean Beach – What’s New? Nothing to Publish Today From Our Stay-At-Home Writers

by on April 9, 2020 · 5 comments

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The headline says it all. It’s Thursday, April 9 and your OB Rag has nothing to publish.

Our raft of writers and bloggers and photographers and poets are all at home trying to get through this crisis like the rest of us are. But they haven’t sent Editordude anything to post this day.

Yesterday, in contrast, we posted a number of stories and we had several thousand visitors. But not today.

So, we ask our readers: What’s new?

Do you have a story or photo or observation or poem about our new reality you’d like to share with the thousands of readers who come onto our website and facebook page every day?

If so, send it (confidentially if you’d like) to our email address: obragblog@gmail.com and attach it. Or you could simply make a comment to this post.

Although we do have this sign to share seen in a California liquor store window.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

bodysurferbob April 9, 2020 at 11:51 am

that’s some sneaky sign at the end of this post, tells it like it is ….


editordude April 9, 2020 at 11:52 am

Wow, somebody actually scrolled down to the very end of the post. Congrats! Yeah, the liquor sign is worth checking out.


Don April 11, 2020 at 12:21 am

Lorena Gonzalez has called for the cops and border patrol who have posted up in parks, beaches and trails to ration access to these areas. Good idea? https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/04/closing-parks-ineffective-pandemic-theater/609580/


Don April 11, 2020 at 2:52 pm

Also, birds keep moving farther and farther up towards Dog Beach. Should we think about limiting access for dogs and people to closer to the ocean? Finally, the only pedestrian path from West Point Loma Blvd to Mission Bay at the edge of Robb Field is closed. So if you are walking or biking, you need to share the shoulder of the road. This is unsafe and makes it hard to social distance. Can they at least open the pedestrian path at the edge of Robb Field and keep the rest of the park closed to us hooligans who will abuse our freedom and engage in irresponsible behavior in parks, beaches and trails? In San Francisco, you can be in parks and even play with a ball with members of your same household: https://hoodline.com/2020/03/san-francisco-extends-shelter-in-place-to-may-3-with-new-limits-on-construction-parks-and-more


Will Hill April 25, 2020 at 1:57 am

Go veg and meditate:


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