Wednesday, May 6, 2009

this is only 4 dollars



apparently there were FREE cab rides until 3 AM last night because of Cinco de Mayo. wish i would have known that. maybe i would have gotten out of bed.

cool site for poor SF people

Emily is right.....

Recession calls for stealing. Okay things to steal:

Thursday, April 30, 2009


if you make under 1000 dollars a month in sf, you qualify.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

el metate

has the best fish burritos I have ever seen, but this place is not that cheap. its not that expensive either.

Saturday, February 28, 2009

R Image Market (25th and Folsom)

Best corner store in the city. Best sandwiches ever for only 5 dollars. big huge ones. Frequent Buyer wine AND sandwich cards. Great wine selection.

Papalote Frequent Buyer Card

If you buy 12 burritos at any Papalote location, you get a 13th REGULAR BURRITO for free! And you can choose from veggie, meat, fish, etc. To make it a super, pay a dollar.

It rains a lot here. And if your boots are old and you are too poor to buy new ones....use trash bags!!! Seriously, it works. Your feet stay warm, and dry, AND you can still wear your boots.

Here's how it works.

1. Get two trashbags

2. Put them on your feet (over your socks).

3. Tie and knot at the top.

4. Put your boots on.

5. go outside in the rain.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Cheap Hair/Body: Paul Mitchell School

I'm getting a hair cut for 15 dollars. They have a lot of other fab services:

Grocery Outlet: Berkley, CA

Feed Your Family on 3 Dollars A Day Brochure: see downloadable brochure within this article:

Yelp Review:

Cheapest and Longest Lasting Toilet Paper Around Town

Kroger Brand
Family Pack (12 rolls)
Available at FoodsCo and Kroger
1000 sheets per roll

BEST TOILET PAPER DEAL EVER...LASTS FOR A LIFETIME. Today is the first day of week number three, and we have only used three rolls.

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Sell Your Clothes

1. Wasteland, SF (Haight Street). They give you 35 percent of the selling price. They are picky but better than stupid Buffalo Exchange.

2. Crossroads, SF (Haight Street). They also give you 35 percent of the selling price OR 50 percent of the selling price if you want to trade.

3. Buffalo Exchange, SF (Haight Street, Valencia Street).

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Foods Co

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

No Money, No Problems

Welcome to Steal This Blog. This blog is created by unemployed and underemployed people living in expensive urban centers. Whether our hobo-ish lifestyles are intentional or not, we all get by one way or another. And who knows, maybe Biggie was right all along. Just ask Henry Paulsen.