— By Kevin Montgomery (@kevinmonty) | October 12th, 2010 @ 10:32am Reader Andy sent us this Haight St. scene from the weekend, noting “it's like rain on your wedding day.” Also, I'm no lawyer, but I believe it is illegal to campaign in uniform.Previously on Uptown Almanac: Chief Gascon Enlists Incidental Hiptards to Promote "Civil Sidewalks"Sit-Lie: Bad for Dating, Bad for Vegan FoodiesOpinion: The Sit/Lie law would just allow the cops to get more aggressive towards protesters, park(ing) Day parties, sidewalk sales, or people just having fun on the sidewalk Comments (8) Dbag | October 12th, 2010 @ 11:28am [Permalink] Yeah, but the cop wasn’t campaigning tho. The anti-sit-lie people were a couple doors down, also with chairs n stuff. If they were to be cited by the SFPD for blocking the sidewalk, they’d have a powerful constitutional argument…. n judah | October 12th, 2010 @ 11:34am [Permalink] what a shock. these guys called me up thinking I was pro sit/lie but alas, I think it’s a crock. Remember the “Aggressive Panhandling” law? or the no trespassing law? or matrix? or any of these little gimmicks that never work because they don’t get enforced anyway and the DA never prosecutes and instead sit/lie will just mean that when someone’s in a bad mood you’ll get a nimby calling cops on your kid when they set up a a lemonade stand and CW Nevius will laugh. friscolex | March 22nd, 2011 @ 4:38am [Permalink] I’m *still* pissed at Jordan’s Matrix for making the MUNI shelter seats so uncomfortable to sit on! MrEricSir | October 12th, 2010 @ 11:35am [Permalink] faiL dangerfire | October 12th, 2010 @ 1:39pm [Permalink] The irony of pro prop L folks breaking the sit/lie law as they campaign against such behavior on the sidewalk! Starchild | October 12th, 2010 @ 6:51pm [Permalink] My thoughts exactly. And unlike some sidewalk-sitters, they aren’t just sitting there harming no one – they’re trying to take away peoples’ rights. Love & Liberty, ((( starchild ))) Candidates for SF School Board Sweet T | October 13th, 2010 @ 11:34am [Permalink] Who are these guys, anyway? Future landlords? Privileged, late-twenties brats from Marin? Libertarians? gwott | October 13th, 2010 @ 3:44pm [Permalink] Political hacks paid by Alex Tourk with money from Pacific Heights venture capitalists?