Thank Goodness Half of San Francisco Drinks Bottled Water – It’s Not Like We Have the Best Municipal Water in the World, Right?

Did we really flood the Lesser Yosemite Valley (Hetch Hetchy) back in the day just so the denizens of the 415 could drink mountain water?

Yes we did.

So why are all these water trucks all over the place blocking the AM and PM commutes and parking on sidewalks?

Just back her in – but be sure to make a seven point turn on McAllister first. We’ve got the time, go ahead:

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Oh, your diesel delivery truck’s a hybrid or something?

Well good for you, Alhambra

Good for you.

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2 Responses to “Thank Goodness Half of San Francisco Drinks Bottled Water – It’s Not Like We Have the Best Municipal Water in the World, Right?”

  1. Skitten says:

    Seriously, I’m going to start bottling water in my kitchen and selling it as Sierra Mountain Water. Oh wait, Alhambra beat me to it…

  2. Sister Wendy says:

    During the course of your day, take inventory of the names of the companies who make snaking around San Francisco, whether driving, on public transportation, bicycle, and even as a pedestrian a living hell.
    The bottled water trucks, brewery trucks, soft drink trucks, chips, UPS, FedEx, DHL, taxis, etc., etc., etc.!
    They seem to be able to violate every law in the city with impunity.
    I have to drive on Folsom Street, and it always pisses me and astonishes me that a large delivery truck will double-park, even when there’s reserved yellow-painted curbside parking.
    Am I the only ones who’s bugged out by truckers driving huge trucks with one hand while they yak on the phone?
    How about that construction supply company on 14th Street that blocks a lane, usually during the morning commute to unload trucks with a forklift?
    Is there some rule that taxis are prohibited from pulling over to handle their fares?
    We get zero help from DPT and SFPD.

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