"Sometimes I'm so full of shit that it should be a crime." - Isaac Brock and Modest Mouse play the Fox. 📷 @connorbuestad #ModestMouse #IsaacBrock #FoxTheater
Draymond and the Dubs fumble away Game 5 in Houston, pushing Golden State to a literal must win in Oakland on Saturday. 📷 Ronald Martinez
#TBT #2017 El Cerrito's Green Beret @nateboyer37 pens an open letter to Trump, Kaepernick, the NFL and America. An excerpt is below: "That's how it all started with Colin and I, neither of us knew that kneeling would be the result of our conversation. Colin wanted to sit, I wanted him to stand, and so we found a common ground on a knee alongside his teammates. I believe that progress and real change happens in this world when you reach across the divide, you build a bridge, you swallow your pride, you open your mind, you embrace what you don't understand, and ultimately you surrender.
Now I don't pretend to speak for everyone who fought overseas, many veterans rightfully disagree with my position. But I do feel that I echo the sentiments of most war fighters when I say that what we hope for more than anything right now in America is unity. To deploy overseas, train, live with, fight alongside, and ultimately defend foreigners that you have little in common with is truly a challenging task. But returning home to a country that is so divided, so judgmental, and so hateful of one another is almost as difficult to deal with as burying a fallen comrade. In fact we're still losing our brothers in arms overseas right now and it's hardly mentioned it in the media; but that's OK, we don't risk our lives and sacrifice so much for fanfare or recognition. It's not at all why we do what we do. We do what we do because you are worth it, because we love you.
I would love for those two leaders to have that conversation, but more than anything I just want us to love one another again. One great thing about freedom is that you get to choose everyday how you treat your neighbor. This IS the best country in the world, but we can always do better. I'm laying it all out there because I have to, I swore to defend this land and its people, and I will die trying. I know some people will hate this (we love to hate things these days), and I'll get called a disgrace to the Green Beret once again. But I don't care, the United States means more to me than any of that." - @nateboyer37
The Rockets are favored by 1 in Game 5. Will The Counselor be courtside tonight? 📷 @michaeleng
The Bay to Breakers started in 1912. Safe to say the tradition is still going strong... 📷 @drosscameron
Chris Paul orchestrates a 4th quarter comeback to steal Game 4 and head to Houston on Thursday tied 2-2. 📷 @eoshaw