How do you recognize out-of-towners where you live? Here in San Francisco we have so many cultures, beliefs, races and income levels we look like a patchwork quilt. The whole city is about as different as a turtleneck on a giraffe so what makes someone whos not from around here stand out. First off youll see them during the summer eating clam chowder from a bowl of bread at Fishermans Wharf. They are usually dressed in shorts, tank tops and goose bumps, enduring the cold so they can purchase another Ghiradelli chocolate bar in the likeness of the Golden Gate Bridge. Youll see them in Chinatown struggling through Peking Duck with a pair of chopsticks, frowning as another piece of greasy duck slides out of their tenuous grip and onto their plaid shorts. Their pastel polo shirts shine like a beacon in a sea of black to would be thieves, con men and hustlers as they wait in line for the cable car. They waive frantically at taxis trying to escape the homeless man with a bag of Cheetos who is ogling their wife. Youll see them circling endlessly looking for a place to anchor the Le Grande Battlestar Galactica SUV, but to no avail. When the finally do touch down they are startled when someone parks so close it would take a can opener for them to launch. Okay I am exaggerating just a teeny bit for fun, but there is some truth to what I say. Also we love tourists here and most people find us to be very friendly. Some Europeans dont understand it when total strangers strike up a conversation with them while riding on the streetcar. So, what would give me away in your town?