Posts Tagged ‘park’

If You Like Seeing a Caravan of Nannies in Idling Porsches and Mercedes Benzes on Avenues Golden Gate and Central, You’re Going to LOVE the Expansion Plans of San Francisco Day School

Monday, January 8th, 2018

This is Central. When this double parked line of vehicles gets longer, it turns west on Turk:

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And here’s the front of the line on GGA:

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Anyway, here’s the Plan and all the deets:

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Parallel Parking the Cautious Way – An AT&T Utility Worker Shows Us All How to Park Safely – The Orange Cones of Magic

Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

As seen on Sacramento:

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It’s just like regular parallel parking, but then you add in the cones and somehow they help…

IS MY HAND ON YOUR THIGH? SORRY! TELL ME AND I’LL MOVE IT

Monday, December 4th, 2017

I think I don’t see things the way the CallMeIllMove.com people do:

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In closing, COCONUT!

Where Not to Double Park: Near Intersections – And Here’s Why

Friday, November 24th, 2017

I mean, isn’t it obvious what’s wrong here?

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And the kind of driver what double parks near an intersection is the kind who will obliviously start going just as you’ve committed to go on the wrong side of the street to pass them.

Attention UBER / Lyft: Don’t double park near intersections in Frisco.

Oh, All It Takes to Turn GOLF into a SPORT is the Simple Addition of an Electric Bicycle

Friday, November 10th, 2017

‘Cause I don’t think walking about and/or driving a cart is all that sporty, huh?

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As seen in Lincoln Park, where we pulled up grave sites to put up a golf course.

Ah, golf.

SFPD Tree Mail to the Tourists of Golden Gate Park: “TAKE YOUR THINGS, LOCK YOUR CAR”

Thursday, November 9th, 2017

As seen all over Stow Lake, on tree after tree

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Good SCOOT Parking vs. Bad SCOOT Parking

Monday, October 16th, 2017

Good:

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Bad:

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Mystery Machine: “Toyota Van” AKA MasterAce Surf AKA Wonderwagon AKA VanWagon

Friday, August 11th, 2017

Proper!

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In Lieu of Speed Limit Signs for Bicycles in the GGP Panhandle, We Now Have, “SLOW DOWN! – ENJOY the PANHANDLE”

Friday, August 11th, 2017

See? Note the care that this tagger used to not block the new “wayfinding” feature.

I saw one of these notices near Baker. This is near Ashbury:

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I’m guessing an Area Pedestrian thinks some go¬†too fast on their bikes.

And actually, you don’t even need to pedal when coming inbound – starting at 0 MPH at Stanyan, you can coast all the way to the DMV and end up going 16.3 MPH, on knobby tires no less, just saying…

Rec and Park’s Anti-Vandalism Effort at the McKinley Statue in the Panhandle Gets Hit with … Vandalism

Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

Here’s your background and here’s how this site looks today:

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Suffice to say that this statue was going to need some work done anyway, and if the Arts Commish / RPD got a permanent fence put up (the way some people want) any sort of tagging wouldn’t look this bad, and it’s probably going to be a lot more difficult to get your painted message to the streets to stick (literally stick) around – suffice to say all that, but nevertheless Rec and Park’s Anti-Vandalism Effort at the McKinley Statue in the Panhandle Gets Hit with … Vandalism.

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