Notorious SF: Hell's Angels
The San Francisco headquarters of the outlaw motorcycle club Hell's Angels is located near the waterfront in an obscure neighborhhood known as Dogpatch. The Hell's Angels and the motorcycle itself have long been icons of rebellion and independence. The Harley riding band first introduced to mainstream America by writer Hunter S. Thompson is allegedly associated with drug trafficking, prostitution, rackiteering, strong-arm tactics and murder. (But Mister SF would never personally say that!) The Hell's Angel philospohy is now well documented, "The greatest pleasure in life is doing something people say you can not do, and doing it with someone you love." Another Hell's Angels maxim is "Three can keep a secret if two are dead." 

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