Uh, did San Francisco Chronicle writer Jimmy Temple just move into town?
“…on Friday and Saturday the city, California College of the Arts and Mix & Stir Studio are sponsoring an “unhackathon” to get designers, software engineers and others to tackle the clearly broken central dispatch system for San Francisco’s taxi system.“
But Jimmy, we don’t actually have “a central dispatch system* for San Francisco’s taxi system.”*
Therefore it’s not “broken.”
Therefore it’s not “clearly” broken.
Hey, now speaking of broken, why don’t all these college boys and girls take on San Francisco’s pension “system?” Shouldn’t it be reformed ‘n stuff? Like for real this time?
And hey, speaking of broken, why don’t all these college boys and girls take on the “system” what pays for pork-barrelly Bridges to Nowhere and Roads to Bridges to Nowhere and Central Subways?
Oh well, maybe next year.**
Leave us close with a typical SF cabbie:
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Well, maybe not typical, but she was a fully-licensed hack back in the day at least, back when she hijacked a meeting on the steps of City Hall. (Her “K” sticker shows her support for Prop K, but shhh, don’t tell the unhacksters about Prop K, oh no.)
The point is, Jimmy, is that you’re covering a political issue, one having to do with the Twitterloin and the sf.citi PAC and whatnot, as if it weren’t a political issue.
As if you don’t have a clue…
**Or never, how about never?