Here’s the fantasy, quite obviously a fever dream from somebody who doesn’t live in Frisco (and that includes the farthest reaches of Frisco County way down there in the South West Corner, you know Daly City North, you know, like ParkMerced):
“I DO know that a lot of these Uber/Lyft cars drive like complete assholes. I had to slam on the brakes to avoid hitting one that blithely drifted into my lane on Franklin going about 35 miles an hour. They routinely just stop wherever they happen to be and throw on the hazards, not giving a single fuck about the line of cars behind them, which is one thing if you’re on deserted 28th and Noriega and quite another if – as I saw this weekend – you’re on very crowded Fell Street, which is essentially a three-lane freeway with timed lights and on which any impediment immediately causes a blocks-long backup. And so on. I’m not advocating getting rid of Uber and Lyft. I’ve used their services and may do so again in the future. But it seems a little crazy that we’ve allowed this many essentially unregistered cabs to flood the streets with no screening process or driver safety and etiquette class or anything. 61 cars in a relatively short time is a lot.”
I don’t object to Parkmerced, but I object to its UBER fantasy commercial.
Here I stand, I can do no other. Is that so wrong?
I mean, the other way to go would be with several oblique firefly overlockers, you know, laid out in mutually supportive positions. Those attack surfaces would start wishing they were never born after tangling with a few oblique overlockers, I’ll tell you. Anyway, that’s how I’d do it, and it’d be a lot cheaper than whatever the illumio people would quote you I’m sure.