Posts Tagged ‘makret’

Hey, it’s adverCar! – Make $100 Per Month Just Driving Your Car Around – More Advertising, Hurray! – Hurray?

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

So this is a little meta, non?  It’s a car what’s advertising car advertising.

See? It’s all, “This car runs on Advertising.”

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All the deets.

Scraaaaaaaape: DPW Truck vs. MUNI Bus on Market Street – But No Harm No Foul – The City Family Abides

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

Is it easy to drive a big ol’ Ford F-450 Super Duty pick-em-up truck around Market Street what with all the MUNI buses and streetcars, and with all the peds walking around like a chicken with its head cut off?

Probably not.

As here, on Market the other day, when the driver of this white DPW truck, which has stickers on it saying “Tax Dollars At Work,” cut a corner too close and loudly scraped up the left rear corner of a MUNI bus.

The aftermath  - a little bit stuck:

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Now when you think about it, there’s really no point in reporting this one, because the bus still works and the truck still works and is the City Family going to write a check to the City Family to compensate for the losses of the City Family? I think not.

So all you can do is pick up the stuff what fell off the back of the big pickup and offer it up to the embarrassed DPW worker.

Dude, here’s your shovel back:

So, no harm no foul, except for a scraped-up bus, which probably had its fair share of scrapes already.

And it’s all, well yeah, I screwed that one up but no biggee.

Too bad others in SFGov can’t similarly admit mistakes…

Does Board of Supervisors President David Chiu Run Red Lights on Market Street? Yes – Here’s How He Does It

Friday, June 8th, 2012

This example here is from the place where McAllister meets Jones meets Market, in the corrupt Twitterloin / Tenderloin / Civic Center / Mid Market area.

President Chiu stopped his Public Bike because he had a red light – this intersection now has a three-way light sequence, what with the recent changes for the 5 Fulton bus. (Note that this is the best place on the west coast to buy a stolen iPhone.)

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A quick look up Jones (which is hardly ever busy) and he’s off:

Next stop, City Hall:

This is the proper technique of running a red light on a bicycle in San Francisco.

Strava fans should note that bikes in the 415 are for getting around, not for racing.

And bikes are especially not for going at or near 35 MPH at Castro and Market…