Posts Tagged ‘bay area’

Eagle’s Point Aint What It Used To Be

Friday, January 20th, 2017

It used to have a platform ‘n stuff and you could walk down some steps a good ways, but now this place is a nothingburger, just a wide spot on the path, with three benches:

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Oh well

Pirate Bling, de Young Museum

Friday, January 20th, 2017

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The Smokiest Diesel School Bus in All Christendom: Michael’s Transportation Service of Vallejo, CA

Friday, January 20th, 2017

As seen in Frisco, and in the rain FWIW:

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Where is This Limousine Supposed to Offload Passengers in Front of Our State Building on Golden Gate

Thursday, January 19th, 2017

Yes, that black Lincoln SUV thing is a stretched limo. It stopped in the new bike lane, as you can see.

Some in town would want the driver to double park far to the left in the slow lane so as to not block the now-sacrosanct new bike lane. Now I think that would be illegal, as is of course what the driver has done here:

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So after all that, my question remains¬†Where is This Limousine Supposed to Offload Passengers in Front of Our State Building on Golden Gate? I’m not really seeing any real legal options here. So parking as far to the right as practical seems like the least bad choice…

We Now Have So Many Lyft / UBER Drivers on Our Streets that They’re Worth Marketing To

Thursday, January 19th, 2017

“Now Servicing UBER Lyft – Ask for Details and Promotions”

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MARXIST MOTORSPORT, Western Addition

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

More legible photos here

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Sadly, the Che sticker has gone missing.

Yours, in struggle.

USF = University of Spoiled Foreigners

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

As seen on Turk in front of Lone Mountain Campus:

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Or at least that’s what stu’s used to call this place…

Word on the Street: KEEP TOBIAS BLUE

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

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Vaunted Frisco/Hetchy Hetchy Drinking Water Quality Ranked 33rd in National Study – Why? NITRATE ‘n Stuff

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

Oh well:

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The latest rankings:

National Drinking Water Database – City Water Ratings

Big City Water Ratings

EWG rated big city (population over 250,000) water utilities based on three factors: the total number of chemicals detected since 2004; the percentage of chemicals found of those tested; and the highest average level for an individual pollutant, relative to legal limits or national average amounts, including for the most common pollutants (disinfection byproducts, nitrate and arsenic). [read more on rating methodology]

California Dreaming: Surf’s Up, MLK DAY 2017, Seacliff, Frisco, 94121

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Seacliff has more than its fair share of rich kids driving about in old VW Transporters, it seems.

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A nice Volkswagen, certainly…