Hey man. That’s not too groovy, man.
Posts Tagged ‘driver’
This is how we live, in 2016:
You think these ppl were just parked, checking the Facebook? Nope, they were driving at about 20 MPH inbound on JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park. That’s why the hands are on the steering wheels and the phones are held up high.
Hey, do UBER drivers go about with handicap placards hanging from the rear view? Yes, some do.
Anyway, here’s the PCO again. How much time pressure is this person under if she’s fiddling with her ticketing assistance device whilst driving?
What’s that, SFMTA – you don’t have quotas, but your employees act as if they do? Sure seems that way…
This is how things started, back in aught-twelve – I thought it was just another hipster thing, but no, it was Lyft.
But after a little rain or a little urine from a taxi driver got on those things, well, this plan wasn’t sustainable.
This glowstache worked out much better:
It too is gone now, replace by the Latest Thing.
Designed by the brand creatives behind Virgin America, the Glowstache is the first Lyft icon to light up streets nationwide. Each one helps increase awareness of Lyft in your city, meaning more demand for your rides, and no chance of getting lost in a crowd. The status symbol was produced solely for top Lyft drivers. Like its three-foot ancestor, the Carstache, it’s now retired while we design the next big thing — but if you’re lucky, you might just spot one on the road.”
IDK, man, you can get away with this at around 10:00 PM or so, but the proper way to handle things during rush hour is to exit the Chevron on Masonic. Otherwise you end up blocking traffic for a minute or so, and you have all the concomitant honking ‘n stuff. JMO
Let’s hope this Prius driver sees the mistake here…
No no, no silly names for UBER Technologies, like, IDK, PLATYPUS from the GM Cruise people. Just straight up science, like something out of Breaking Bad:
Now let’s rack out to see the more of this new robot car, seen being driven at California and Sansome yesterday:
The Future is Now…