Posts Tagged ‘suv’
Look, it’s Twizy! In red these days:
Frisco, on a dreaded sunny day
Move In Right Next Door to Mark Zuckerberg in the Mission for Just $3.5 Million? Open House Tomorrow, March 8thMonday, March 7th, 2016
Shown in the middle here – Zuck’s place (under construction at the time of the photo) is on the left
(And consider that the Zuckerbergs paid $10 mil.)
“3442 21st St,
San Francisco, CA 94110
Experience the pinnacle of San Francisco living – be inspired by bridge-to-bridge views from this trophy property atop the Liberty Hill Historic District. This grand scale Marina-style building sits on a 30′ x 114′ lot and features two full-floor flats and a two-level garden apartment (unwarranted). The home is detached on 3 sides providing abundant light and a serene sense of openness to each of the units. The top 2 floors feature over-sized, light-filled rooms, hardwood floors, crown molding, and wood burning fireplaces. A lush rear garden, abundant storage, workshop and parking for 3 cars finish this home perfectly. Located at the crest of Fair Oaks, the home is dramatic from the entry facade to the panoramic views from each level
Lot: 3,419 sqft
Built in 1928
3 days on Zillow
Views since listing: 864
All time views: 865
6 shoppers saved this home
MLS #: 442697″
What’s Going on Here, a Caravan of Consecutively-Numbered, Blacked-Out SUV’s Carrying Chinese People from Louisiana?Friday, February 12th, 2016
[UPDATE: Oh, I see, “California State Public Highway One” (in simplified Chinese) SUV Tours, something like that. A mystery solved…]
Photographer James Corrigan is wondering what’s going on here out in the west si-ide:
I aint never seen this. The left side means Californy and the right side means public something or other?
IDK. But I’ll find out, soon ‘nough.
(Maybe it’s a race to see who can buy more houses in the Sunset?)
Google Maps Car Catches Mark Zuckerberg’s Security Team Car Illegally Parking in the Mission – Also, Illegal Window Tinting?Thursday, January 14th, 2016
Here you go, start here.
And now check it out:
Is that a legal space? Nope.
Now let’s talk window tinting for the driver and front passenger windows.
Just raising the issue.
Looks pretty dark to me.
OTOH, he _did_ just buy naming rights at SFGH – so those are your pros and cons…
San Francisco Sure Hearts Its Pickup Trucks and SUVs – Frisco Now Has More Cars and Light Trucks Than EverWednesday, December 2nd, 2015
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.
How to Make a Pay Package Worth Over $300K per Year: Become an “Incident Support Specialist” – Drive an SUV for the SFFD?Tuesday, July 7th, 2015
Here you go – a couple years worth of pay data for SFGov’s Incident Support Specialists:
(All of these ISS people are at the SFFD AFAIK.)
So, what does an ISS do?
Here’s my guess – drive SUVs about Frisco.
Now let’s do a search for ISS:
“A fire chief’s vehicle, also called a “chief unit” or a “fire chief’s car”, “Fly Car”, “Fly Vehicle”, a “fire car”, or sometimes even called a “Buggy” (a throw back to horse drawn days), is a car, truck, or SUV that is used by a fire chief at fire scenes.”
“Each fire chief’s vehicle can be driven/operated by an assistant to the Fire Chief, Deputy Chief, Division Chief or Battalion Chief known as a Chief’s Driver, Chief’s Aide, Chief’s Operator, or Incident Support Specialist.”
So, if you spend 60-something hours a week driving people about Frisco in a Ford Expedition or a Chevy Suburban, you can make about ten times as much laboring as an SFGov Incident Support Specialist than as a driver for the Lyft or the Uber.
Do I have that right?