Anyway, these vehicles are out on the streets of San Francisco now, that’s the update…
Posts Tagged ‘fuel’
Unless I’m Mistaken, What This “GREEN DIESEL ONLY!” Sticker on This School Bus Means is Really “DIESEL ONLY”Friday, January 15th, 2016
The basic point of having a DIESEL ONLY sticker next to the fuel filler is to tell people to not to try to put gasoline into a diesel bus. So tacking on the word “green” in front seems to be more of a marketing effort:
What if one put some of the other seemingly infinite types of diesel into this rider – what would happen?
Nothing, I’ll bet.
Reminds me of the phrase “clean coal.”
On It Goes…
If you liked the Cosco Busan, you’ll love the Cosco Indo – it’s lots bigger:
Hey, did you know that our U.S. Coast Guard is a branch of the U.S. military? Hey, you know who knew that at the time of the Cosco Busan Petroleum Spill? The crew of the Cosco Busan, hence the lack cooperation after one of our well-paid* bar pilots screwed up, big-time.
*Hey, who pays our bar pilots? You do. You do when you buy an iPhone, and other tings…
See that? Our state workers are unwittingly venturing into the Food v. Fuel debate.
All right, I’m going to go eat some corn, or go for a drive, or something…
Yet Another James Bond Villain Yacht in SF Bay: Galeocerdo – A “Tiger Shark” with Three Turbine EnginesTuesday, January 6th, 2015
AKA WallyPower 118, AKA Wally 118.
This thing gets 15 gallons to the mile.
As photographed by Paul Kaplan at Gas House Cove in The Marina on January 2, 2015:
And look, it super-impressed the SFMOMA in SoMA a decade back:
“The WallyPower is … being honored by the San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art as the sole boat in its major architecture and design exhibition, “Glamour: Fabricating Affluence,” which runs from October 9 2004 to January 16 2005.”
And hey, did thing get pulled over by the US Coast Guard last year? I think so.
That’s your James Bond Villain Yacht In SF Bay Update.