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The San Francisco Giants remake the Full House title sequence
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As further proof that the 1990s won't die, the San Francisco Giants recreated the title sequence from a little known show called Full House.

Obviously, you Full House was also set in San Francisco, so the Giants are well within there territory. The same cannot be said of Canadian Dave Coulier.



There's no telling whether this also has anything to do with the Netflix re-launch of the series, but surely it doesn't hurt.

If you want to be reminded of the original sequence, or if you've been in a coma for 30 years and have never seen it, here's your hourly dose of nostalgia:

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WARNING: Obviously work-unsafe things are being said and expressed in this video. Also, bonus on-the-job drinking!

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In November of 2013 the Make-a-Wish Foundation helped a little boy's dream come true by turning him into Batkid and calling on him to save the city of San Francisco. The charity organization recently put together a behind-the-scenes video of how the whole day played out.

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A baseball fan or not, you've probably heard about San Francisco Giants' World Series parade on Wednesday that had such a high turnout that local school districts saw a noticeable drop in class attendance rate. Well, this photograph taken by Redditor Spattersp shows there was at least one guy who didn't care at all (cue Farmville theme song).



Not a Single Damn of the Day is a feature series that celebrates some of the most carefree people and laid back animals in our everyday lives.

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San Francisco Giants' 2012 World Series victory sparked a downtown riot earlier this week, leading many revelers to set off fireworks and climb on top of Muni buses, well, except this one guy (Amber Lamps, anyone?).



Not a Single Damn of the Day is a feature series that celebrates some of the most carefree people and laid back animals in our everyday lives.

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San Franciscans finally get what they've always wanted: the complete disappearance of misinformed tourists wearing nothing but T-shirts and shorts in the middle of a 50-degree summer.

Don't miss the making of.

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Video producer Jeremy Williams captured 30,000 photos over a ten month span -- plus 750 hours of rendering -- in order to create this beautiful time-lapse tilt-shift video of San Francisco.

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