Rob was rolling around in style, as always, in Mark Arcenal's Land Rover Defender. We couldn't find parking so Rob just backed up onto a hill and we bounced. Heppler's like the Honey Badger, he just does what he wants.
The Safari print on the sunroof made Rob look like a Leopard Man.
We were supposed to play kickball with the streetwear folks from SF but by the time we found parking it was too late. We greeted Josh from True, Rob took a few pictures, shook some hands, made jokes about
The streets were closed off so everyone could walk around Golden Gate Park without having to worry about getting hit by a car. For some reason everyone was still walking in the crosswalks that are painted on the asphalt. Why? There were no cars anywhere.
We stepped outside the lines and I took a picture of these two being rebels.
"Look how happy ice cream makes us!"
These are the same glasses Justin Bieber wore in his "Boyfriend" video. You can buy them when they become available to you this Christmas.
I wonder what the poor people were doing while these two were hanging out of the Defender looking powerful.
I made sure Rob autographed my favorite Hundreds hat. When he dies this thing will be worth a fortune. I will use the money to buy myself a Land Rover Defender.
It was really great meeting you Tamie. See you two next time! Hope you enjoyed staying in the Bay as much as I enjoy living here.