Well the “possible arrests” didn’t occur last Friday evening down at the famous Fell Street ARCO station near Divisidero, but lots of media vans showed for the “misdirected” protest, so that’s something. Read all about it here, here and here.
This Toyota driver got hectored so much other drivers were able to jump the queue. Pwned:
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This driver waiting for gas also got hectored for talking a on a cell phone the wrong way:
“ARCO – part of BP” – this slogan could use a rethink:
Most cyclists in the evening drive managed to get by and on into the Panhandle:
Everything got back to normal by today, anyway.
They say a fix is coming (and what about the route from the Panhandle to Scott Street and the start of the Wiggle Bike Path? Who will protest that?)…
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