Hello? IS THIS THING EVEN ON? We know that most of you guys are not even going to be at work at 4 today, but for those of you who are — come watch our live show with VidSF, SF Views!

It’s just me and Brock today, which should appease you people who like that, and enrage those of you who don’t. WHO AM I KIDDING. The internet is like I Am Legend today, except no dogs die (sorry, nerds, you’ve had 2 years to see it, so that’s not a spoiler).

And that is why I am doing my best to convince Brock that we should drink alcohol (I was thinking something sparkling?) during the show? After all, it’s almost a holiday. (I even dressed nice!) If you can, have a drink with us. It’ll be fun.

So, we’ll be at the lovely PariSoMa at 4, ready to address your comments and questions. Until then, enjoy our past episodes in the player below, which will switch over to the live feed at 4.

the author

Eve Batey is the editor and publisher of the San Francisco Appeal. She used to be the San Francisco Chronicle's Deputy Managing Editor for Online, and started at the Chronicle as their blogging and interactive editor. Before that, she was a co-founding writer and the lead editor of SFist. She's been in the city since 1997, presently living in the Outer Sunset with her husband, cat, and dog. You can reach Eve at eve@sfappeal.com.

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  • Xenu

    I got started a little too early with the holidays — I already have a hangover.

  • Xenu

    I got started a little too early with the holidays — I already have a hangover.

  • Eve Batey

    Once you see what I got us to drink today, your hangover might worsen. You have been warned.

  • Eve Batey

    Once you see what I got us to drink today, your hangover might worsen. You have been warned.

  • sfseth

    eve, on the question of whether one can collect unemployment if one resigns…

    you ‘can’, but it’s more difficult than if you’re laid off, where it’s basically automatic. i believe the way it works is that they call the former-boss and depending on that conversation it’s either approved or denied. if denied, former-employee can appeal that decision, which means you as former employee get to show up in this little micro court across the street from the ballpark. what happened with me i suspect is fairly common – former-boss is too busy to show up, and you as employee can argue your case without opposition.

  • sfseth

    eve, on the question of whether one can collect unemployment if one resigns…

    you ‘can’, but it’s more difficult than if you’re laid off, where it’s basically automatic. i believe the way it works is that they call the former-boss and depending on that conversation it’s either approved or denied. if denied, former-employee can appeal that decision, which means you as former employee get to show up in this little micro court across the street from the ballpark. what happened with me i suspect is fairly common – former-boss is too busy to show up, and you as employee can argue your case without opposition.