CHRISTMAS EVE SOIREE AT THE PRITIKIN MUSEUM
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The Pritikin Museum: Christmas Eve Day Soiree.
Comment by AB: There's no better way to culminate the Kris Kringle countdown than with an intimate Christmas Eve afternoon soiree at the expansive inner city estate of Robert C. Pritikin (aka Bob), formerly The Pritikin Mansion, now The Pritikin Museum. Recent additions to the collection include a treehouse with a spiral staircase and a mechanical fortune telling arcade game a la Zoltar from the movie Big. The afternoon's entertainment features Pritikin on the musical saw, a belly dancing violinist, and an opera singer belting out that classic Christmas carol, Summertime. As if that's not enough, in an act of stupefying magnanimousness, Pritikin gifts every guest with a gallon of re-labeled Costco dill pickles. Don't believe me? Witness this....
Whoa! Bob got a new inlaw unit. Let's check it out.
Nice... seats four comfortably... and it's got electricity.
What can be grander than this? Oh. You want to see the museum? OK.
Here we are. Note the condom box Transamerica Pyramid, left foreground.
Robert C. Pritikin (left) greets former SF Supe
& Mayoral candidate, Tony Hall (right).
Breathtaking array of gifts with pickles galore (I think I used to know her).
Fashion accessories for the immediate family.
Ever on the make for a sale, Pritikin offers this Guy Colwell Titian rehash.
E-Z terms are available.
Let the entertainment begin! Act I: Master sawist Bob Pritikin wows the crowd.
The irascible crescendo-meister wails on....
Act II: Opera singer belts out that Christmas classic, Summertime.
Even the characters in Rembrandt's Night Watch take notice.
Act III: Belly dancing violinist.
Violinist transits the crowd.
Contortive climax thrills children and adults alike.
Ta da! That's all folks... except for... have a VERY Merry Christmas!