FGBOTD: Your Ford GoBike of the Day – #12535 Headed to the Chop Shop – Harvest, Harvest Time

Neoliberalism is having a hard time getting going in Frisco.

Take a look, via Nishant.

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The Ford Motor Company workers laboring (in the Bay Area? North Carolina?) are stumped as to this location – can you guess? Hint: alTrainCay racks-tay.

Myself, I’d rather steal a $98 Walmart bike (like the 21-speed 29’er I lost near Cal / Battery last year – it had a nice bell, and one good replacement tire, and a wiener-friendly replacement seat) than a pretty much useless yet very expensive ($1200!) Ford Motor Company GoBike rolling advertisement.

Remember, Ford doesn’t track you through the bike, but through the app what you use to get the bike. Think on that. ⬇️⬇️⬇️

HOW FORD TRACKS YOU

Look closely. ⬆️⬆️⬆️

Weepin’ time reapin’ time harvest harvest time
You reap what you sow I reap what I sow

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One Response to “FGBOTD: Your Ford GoBike of the Day – #12535 Headed to the Chop Shop – Harvest, Harvest Time”

  1. bd says:

    The bike must have been donated. http://www.sfexaminer.com/chop-shop-legislation-targets-homeless-people-sf/
    “When we see destitute people on the streets, it’s easy to assume their bicycle parts and bicycles are stolen. The reality is that recycling bike parts is one of the few alternative economic venues for impoverished people to make a living. Destitute people receive donated bike parts, find parts in dumpsters and various locations, trade parts and are able to use their bike skills to repair bikes, build bikes and sell them for life sustaining income. Wealth often equates to waste, and reusing bicycles is an excellent way to cut down on that waste and ensure bicycle access to low-income people. Of course, some unhoused people engage in theft, as do some housed community members, but most of this economy is honest recycling. “

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