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IDK, I don’t see much of a difference between putting an RMJ sign on your soggy couch on the sidewalk and not putting an RMJ sign on your soggy couch.
I think I’ll need a grizzled Recology / SFGov employee to explain this system to me, you know, frankly. That hasn’t happened yet, so I all I know is the official program vs. what I see on the street…
I’ll tell you, where I live, I see a lot more signs what say FREE or Bed Bugs than what say RMJ
As seen on the Streets of San Francisco:
And I don’t know what the (mostly white, mostly male, and highly Eurocentric) “urbanists” have been telling you, but vehicle registration in Frisco has never been higher (and this doesn’t even include all the cars on our streets that should be registered in CA but aren’t).
So sure, Lyft Uber ZipCar & Millennials Don’t Even Want Cars etc., sure.
But alls I’m saying is that the number of cars in SF isn’t going down, not at all. And let’s wait and see how DMV’s 2015 numbers look, when the time comes.
I mean, think about it. You can afford to move to Frisco but you can’t afford a car and a place to keep it, not even a used Yaris? What kind of lifestyle do you think these people have, those people who think, oh small fixer-upper in Noe for $1.5 million let’s BUY BUY BUY? It’s the kind that entails lots of social engagements and traveling about, so let’s buy/lease a Mini Cooper or a Prius.
If San Francisco even had a mediocre big city transit system, maybe things would be different. But we don’t so oh well.
So bring on the VW’s and the Honda Civicses.
And, specially in the the Western Addition and areas even further west, and also down in the southern reaches of town, bring on the pickups and SUV’s.
I think food manufacturers test-market a lot in Sac County ’cause it’s like a small snapshot of America, demographically speaking.
Anyway, here’s one voter:
(This was right by the freeway what has, about 80 miles away, a metal highway clean-up sign thanking “FRIENDS OF OBAMA” – I’ll have to try to get a shot of that sign the next time I pass through…)
[UPDATE: Herb Caen eventually recanted re: the Frisco Issue – see Comments. Or here’s the short version:“Balderdash,” Caen wrote. “The toughest guys on the old S.F. waterfront, neither rubes nor tourists, called it Frisco, and no effete journalist would have tried to correct them.”]
“Person that comes to your house to remove your used AA batteries because you’re too lazy to ‘dispose of them properly.'”
Here you go – they’ll come right to your place for pickup if you put your used batteries in a baggie:
“Curbside Battery Recycling Service – Most residents may place their batteries in a sealed plastic bag taped to the top of their black bin for curbside collection.”
This baggie system is news to me, as I’m accustomed to the Big Orange Bucket:
“Residents of multi-unit homes (4 units or more) should place batteries in their Orange Battery Bucket. If your building does not have one, ask your building manager to order one at (415) 330-1300. For more information on battery recycling, please visit: SFEnvironment.org/ecofinder
So who says our local garbage monopoly is all bad?
*As opposed to the actual Elon Musk. I’ll tell you, BEM is much cheaper for us than the real deal:
If the mountain won’t come to Muhammad…
Oh, it will? Never mind.
You live up front and carry around your ATV or motorcycles or whatever in the back