Wiki has a critical stance:
I would say, AT TIMES most contaminated, sure.
(It can’t be so so contaminated all of the time, right? Else our ER’s would be full, right? I mean, people swim in these pools on Baker Beach…)
Oh look, yet another tiresome ad from our local utility poobahs:
So, if the PUC were a person, s/he would carry horrible Donkey Sauce to Yountville to combine with French Laundry’s Bordelaise sauce.
Why? Because “two supplies are always better than one,” silly.
Nobody has Donkey Sauce straight, right? Yech! Similarly, nobody’s drinking Frisco’s substandard water straight neither. The plan is to add enough to make it worth the PUC’s while while blanketing our city with these nonsense ads.
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED, PUC
These can be found right next to the legal fire pits of Ocean Beach. I guess people feel there aren’t enough.
And here’s the news about the Ocean Beach Fire Program
This ad here has been my white whale – I’ve caught glimpses of it all over town the past few weeks, but here’s my first view head on.
Anyway, I guess you can see the three streams of water here:
So I’m disputing the “amazing” claim about the 100% Hetch Hetchy what some of us will continue to get (due to a bad nitrate score last time I checked) AND I’ll point out that the groundwater being added in isn’t good enough to be tap water on its own – it needs to be cut, heavily, with Hetch Hetchy water, right?
So what would an honest marketing campaign look like? IDK, how about we’re lowering drinking water for some of you, mostly on the west side. And then you could point out the pros and cons of this decision…
Well let’s take a look at what ppl who don’t get paid by the SFPUC to crow about the SFPUC and see what they say about Frisco’s vaunted (“amazing,” they call it) Hetch Hetchy water. Oh, we’re down there around #33 or so, betwixt Pittsburgh and a town even more corrupt than ours. (I’m sure there’s a rejoinder to that, but I don’t know what it might be.)
Anyway, the local PUC is a gonna cut our normal water with well water what by itself isn’t generally good enough to be considered acceptable drinking water. But if you adulterate the water supply only a little, you can still meet standards and also save a few bucks as well.
The ad I saw on the side of a MUNI bus had “reliable” or reliability as the theme. And here’s what you see at
San Francisco Groundwater Supply Project
There are pros and cons to adulterating our water supply of course.
The latest rankings:
But those monthly coupons are gone now, long gone.
So why do we still have phone book deliveries in 2016?
If the delivery people would just take the extra time to put these unwanted “books” into Recology’s green containers, it would save a lot of people a little trouble…
But when they’re not wet, they’re amazingly light – it’s easy to toss them out, actually.
NEWS FLASH TO “YP” – Nobody Wants Your Product Here.
Maybe ppl in Montana do, but not ppl in Frisco.
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‘Member phone books?
RH is the new phone book:
And then a few days later somebody took one: