Posts Tagged ‘ticket’

There are PLENTY o’ SFPD Available to Enforce Traffic Laws Outside of Super Bowl City, It Appears

Friday, February 5th, 2016

Just My Observation, but there are lots of cops around to pull people over this week in the 94117. As here on Oak:

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I assumed that this ride had been pulled over for an expired registration, and I was correct, ’cause like you can’t really speed on this stretch of Oak.

I’m thinking the SFPD really likes to use license plate scanners in this area since lots of drivers get shunted into the Fell Oak corridor and it’s like fish in a barrel.

Generally speaking, having one-month expired registration tags (tabs?) is not that big of a deal, but whoo boy, once you get past six months, well Katie Bar The Door – the CVC takes a very dim view of waiting half a year to get your annual registration completed, just saying.

Anyway, it’s rare to see a business vehicle with expired registration, but these days, with license plate scanners all about, you just might get pulled over, with a quickness…

The Dog What DIDN’T Bark: Mansion-Dwelling Millionaires in the Western Addition Seem to Have No Problem with THE URBAN SCHOOL Construction

Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

What’s this? It’s just a simple massive 50-feet steel beam double-parked for a long time in front of historic million-dollar-plus mansions.

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Why? Well, it’s a part of the lengthy, noisy extension at THE URBAN SCHOOL, a private high school what costs three times (3x) as much as tuition at our University of California campuses.

And yet, nary a peep I’ve heard from the nabes.

Just saying…

The Falun Gong Show Returns for 2016: Shen Yun Plays San Jose, San Francisco

Thursday, December 31st, 2015

Read and learn:

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Vaunted Octavia Boulevard’s Vaunted Parklet Program, Covered in Garbage – Can SFMTA Issue a $68 Ticket or Something?

Wednesday, December 30th, 2015

Isn’t that the fee these days, for blocking a street sweeper?

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This parklet blocks street sweepers like all the time, right?

Alamo Drafthouse Reopens the New Mission Theatre Tomorrow – Pay $5 for Home Alone – And Next Week, Star Wars 7 for $9.25

Friday, December 11th, 2015

You young kids don’t know what inflation is, but I do. And if someone had told me back when I was laboring at some flea-bitten Landmark Theatres, where precious It’s It’s cost $2 and frozen Toblerone bars were $3 and tickets were $6, I think, that you’d be able to see a first-run film for just $9.25 in the heart of Frisco on business-class seating in the Year of our Lord 2015, well I wouldn’t have believed it.

It’s here, opening early, on 12-12-15

Take a look around.

See you there!

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SFGov’s Institutionalized Double-Parking: Parking on Fell to Take a Long Wee-Wee – Would “City Family” Ticket Itself?

Thursday, December 10th, 2015

As with everything else, SFGov should look to itself afore it acts

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IMO.

Why Peds Hate Prius Drivers, Ch. MMCCLXVII

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

They’re still the worst drivers, after all these years:

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Homemade Parallel Parking Assist Lines of Dubious Legality

Friday, November 20th, 2015

Who but a Western Addition millionaire homeowner would have the temerity to start tagging up our streets?

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Erecting This Kind of Tent in This Part of Golden Gate Park Will Get You Attention from the SFPD Pronto

Monday, November 9th, 2015

I’ve never seen this kind of thing so close to the panhandle bike path:

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OMG, Our Bloated SFMTA was Simply Too Busy to Process Faxed Citation Protests, So It Shut Off Its Fax Machine?

Tuesday, October 13th, 2015

Here’s your lede, buried:

“When Fixed began faxing its submissions to SFMTA last year, the agency emailed the startup to stop using their fax machine. When Fixed pointed out that it was legal to do so, the agency simply shut off their fax.”

All’s I know about Fixed is the first few posts here.

IDK, I was always skeptical of Fixed’s success percentage claims and, IMO, its employees / contractors should never have touched any official ticket placed on any car, but it’s sort of amusing to see how far our SFMTA will go to protect its big cash cow…

What the SFMTA really wants, in its dreams, is a household transit tax, what would cost you about $500 a year, whether you ride the MUNI or not, and then it wouldn’t have to begging for money as much, and then it wouldn’t have to pay so much heed to any random San Francisco Board of Supervisors Member, you know, fucking Supervisors…

Dream on, SFMTA. And until that day, WAKE UP, SFMTA:

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