And now I’m still a wondering…
Posts Tagged ‘plate’
This is how things started, back in aught-twelve – I thought it was just another hipster thing, but no, it was Lyft.
But after a little rain or a little urine from a taxi driver got on those things, well, this plan wasn’t sustainable.
This glowstache worked out much better:
It too is gone now, replace by the Latest Thing.
Designed by the brand creatives behind Virgin America, the Glowstache is the first Lyft icon to light up streets nationwide. Each one helps increase awareness of Lyft in your city, meaning more demand for your rides, and no chance of getting lost in a crowd. The status symbol was produced solely for top Lyft drivers. Like its three-foot ancestor, the Carstache, it’s now retired while we design the next big thing — but if you’re lucky, you might just spot one on the road.”
Sort of half in and half out, and then Bro got stuck there for a minute or so.
I’d be careful about doing that behind a bus, since some of them have illegal parking cameras these days – you find out about that ten days later when you get a reminder notice in the mail…
I wonder who regulates claims of Frisco Nativity – like who are the birthers of the 415?
In Tejas, they have “self-policing,” which is really no policing at all.
All right, I’m going to apply for my own nativity license plate: BRN NRAZD. Or maybe FRSCO BRN. (Hope no birthers find out.) Yay for me!
“Born and raised,” you see?
In Texas, anybody can be a native…
Red Hyundai vs. Mountain Bike at 4th and Market in Front of the Apple Store on Bike To Work Day 2016Friday, May 13th, 2016
An accident at 4th and Market during the evening drive means that buses will back up Market Street both ways. This was in the the Financial last night:
This was the scene. I didn’t see what happened.
An SFPD motor patrol officer said the bike rider had a broken back and a possible broken pelvis. He said that words might have been exchanged between the bike rider and somebody in the red Hyundai before the collision.
Last I heard, the bike rider was responsive and stable.