On Market Street Your Stolen Bicycle is a Form of Currency – Here’s $20

Near 5th Street:

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What’s that., you just paid over $1000 for your ride and now it’s being traded around like it’s a $20 bill?

Yep.

Sorry.

Oh wait, if your stolen bike is a Bianchi, its street value is more than $20.

As always, Biacnhis Cost Extra, just as IRL.

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2 Responses to “On Market Street Your Stolen Bicycle is a Form of Currency – Here’s $20”

  1. Anonymous says:

    If the bike is like a $20, then the Trader Joe’s shopping cart must be the $100 bill of Market Street.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Maybe. But I don’t think a shopping cart has any street value.

    A bike you can use. It’s like cigarettes in jail…

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