An aspirational message from somebody who still uses at least a bit of that foreign oil:
I guess this is a pro-fracking sentiment…
[UPDATE: Oh, this is a self driving car, they tell me, not a mapping car, my bad. Or maybe it is a map car, IDK. It’s not a Volvo XC90 the likes of which have just been announced as sel-driving cars.]
UBER, a company what loses lots of money, tries to play catch-up with Google, a company what makes lots of money:
The KFC bucket rotates of course:
This attack from a few months back…
…came from this tree, which still shows where it broke apart:
Try not to breathe while reading this Gentle Reader, you know, since we’re “halt”-ing CO2:
I’ll tell you, you can’t not burn the guzzolene if you operate a Chevy Volt. I know people who live in Frisco and are able to minimize gasoline use by charging at home and only taking short trips. Even then, they’re still using gasoline, as a helper to get up hills or merely to keep the gasoline from getting too skunky / to maintain the gas engine part of the machine by simply using it, whether you want it to or not.
But oh, you’re “a part of the solution?” OK, maybe. What I’m saying, though, is your “HALT CO2” License Plate is Mounted One Foot Away from a Hidden Tailpipe What Emits … Carbon Dioxide. Just so long as you know…
As seen in Civic Center:
Hey, does this ride have a fuel tank? Yes it do. 9.3 gallons worth.
Hey, does this ride have a tailpipe? Yes it do again. But it’s hidden away, the better to fool you.
Does the artist what tagged this car know all this?
Anyway, if this ride is an “EV,” then so is craig Newmark’s old-school ’99 Prius, just saying…
Both these drivers seemed to be in a big hurry, based upon how fast they were racing towards a red light, one that they should have known would have been red if they’ve driven about Frisco for more than a week (which I’m very confident they have), and yet, here’s the view you’d have as a knocked-down ped seeing them drive off.
Note where in the lane the LTC driver stopped for a red:
Let’s see here, description – it was a Town Car, black, no license plate. THIS DESCRIPTION IS WORTHLESS TO ID A CAR IN FRISCO.
And the other – it was a Prius, IDK, black, tan, grey, beige, something like that, I couldn’t read the license plate. THIS DESCRIPTION IS WORTHLESS TO ID A CAR IN FRISCO.
Our license plate scanner-reliant popo should routinely pull over these types of rides to check up on things, IMO.
Well, I suppose it’s three peds, actually. Now let’s see how they do:
The two peds on the left act properly and the jogger ped does not.
There’s room for improvement at this intersection, SFGov/SFMTA.