Or $189? I couldn’t tell if I was looking at the right sign.
“Pros: It’s a giant bear!”
“Cons: Will not fit in a normal size car”
Oh, and be sure to see if this critter will fit into your lifestyle.
But anyway, this kind of graffiti on 101 South allows the underlying sign to perform its function, so CalTrans is likely to leave things alone for a while:
But artwork like this is intolerable – Caltrans didn’t allow it for too long:
See how the Staties handled this particular sign right here, at a webpage that will amaze you.
But please, parasites, please remember not to kill the host – that’s the #1 rule of parasitism, right?
Ah yes, the 280. Spacious, fast and full of luxury cars.
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Ah yes, the famous Tesla Model S. Let’s compare it’s on-the-road-caught-on-fire rate with, I don’t know, that of the well-designed, all-electric Nissan Leaf and maybe, I don’t know, the plug-in hybrid Chevy Volt. Oh wait a sec, Nissan Leaves and Chevy Voltses NEVER CATCH ON FIRE.* Well gee, why is that, Elon Musk? What’s wrong with your cars and/or your customers?
And the jelly-bean Lexus RX / Toyota Harrier. I suppose this “Tall Camry” / “Tall Lexus ES” is a luxury car. It doesn’t catch on fire, all that much.
And the Mercedes Benz GL. It does catch on fire. Sometimes. And for no good reason.
Taken via Google Glass** from my Toyota, which was paid off twelve years ago, and which is 40% of the way through its working life.
*And these are more established cars with more time and more passenger miles on the road than the Model S
Anyway, Brocephus here is using his bike on an onramp heading north.
And it’s legal. Check it:
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In my day, this residence was white. And that was the way we liked it.
All the deets:
The Flintstone House is a free-form, single-family residence in Hillsborough, California overlooking, and best seen from the Eugene A. Doran Memorial Bridge on Interstate 280. It was designed by architect William Nicholson and built in 1976 as an experiment in new building materials, in the form of a series of domes. It was constructed by spraying shotcrete onto steel rebar and wire mesh frames over inflated balloons. Originally off-white in color, it was repainted a deep orange in the mid-2000s. The house contains three bedrooms and two bathrooms.