I’m struggling to understand how this scene makes any sense at all.
And there were a couple more fare inspectors lurking about Bush Street out of frame:
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Hey SFMTA! Why don’t you put this amount of effort into “inspecting” how much money the average cable car operator skims each and every shift?
Hey SFMTA! You’re the worst large transit agency in the United States.
Hey SFMTA! Why don’t you throw me a few thousands of dollars* and then I’ll become a MUNI cheerleading, MUNI suck-up, MUNI kiss-ass website like, I don’t know, MuniDiaries.com?
Hey SFMTA! This is what you pay people $32 an hour plus bennies to do, sit around all day in a group chit chatting and waiting for a bus to come by every half-hour or so?
Hey SFMTA! What was this, training day?
One lady got off this N Judah Express and said “I don’t have time for this” as she just walked on off. And nobody from the SFMTA did nothing, oh well.
*Actually, this site you’re looking at right here gets more traffic than Muni Diaries(TM**), so I’ll have to demand more compensation*** than what you paid them for this shameful partnership sellout deal.
**”Muni Diaries (TM)?”
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