Nevertheles, I’ll continue recommending the Marin Bikes Factory Sto
Here it is, from the San Francisco Department of the Environment:
So, if you power your Nissan Leaf all-electric car or ZERO all-electric motorcycle with clean Hetch Hetchy hydroelectricity, SFGov is saying that your commute to work isn’t “sustainable.” OTOH, if you ride in a diesel MUNI bus, your commute is “sustainable? OK, maybe.
Hey, what about the method that SFGov uses to fund retirement pay and medical benefits for all its employees, past, present, and future? Is that sustainable, SFGov? Oh no? OK, SFGov.
And if one of my bikes gets a flat tire, have I ever said to myself, “Oh no, it’s an emergency!”
But one supposes that if you had some free money to spend and you wanted to appeal to your bo-bo constituancy, you’d offer the same program.
ASSIGNMENT DESK: Well, this one writes itself. The hardest part will be finding an appealing subject who’s actually used this program already. Take some photos of the victim, you know, probably a her, and make sure have the Financh in the background in the photos, and then throw in a few quotes from a Department Head, and BAM! – you’ve got yourself a Story.
*At some places down in the valley, if you get sick at work your Free Ride Home will be so, so baller, you’ll feel like a billionaire, you know, temporarily anyway, and you’ll tell all your friends about it, and they’ll be so impressed.
The thrown shoe on this ride was manifest, but if that’s been the only thing wrong with it the past week then hauling it off with this mobile crane seems a bit much…
In mitigation, they could have used an even more expensive medivac chopper to airlift it out of there…
And look, it’s from the people who brought us The Club, back in the 1980’s.
As seen in the projects near City Hall attached to an old Honda
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I’ve never seen this before, Gentle Reader!
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It’s generally a lot more flowery these days down there.
See? Here’s a shot from a while back:
And here’s one from last weekend:
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Should be quite flowery there this Spring…
All the deets are below.
And look, new District Ten Supervisor Malia Cohen is there!
(And don’t forget to check out the Whole Wheat Toast Warm Water Cove Park Rail Museum on your way home.)
Certainly, the sitch will be less contentious than in years past: [how does this shot show contentious-ness? confusing to readers, just steal a better shot from another site -ed.]
[why not something like this instead, The Man crushing the dreams of Urban Youth, PJ s/b all about telling stories with images, right? -ed.]
See you by the Sugar House!
When: Saturday, January 22, 9-noon: come for all or part of the morning
What: Gardening: Help get the Park gardens ready for spring/summer/fall blooming! Add California Native and Drought-Tolerant Plants to the gardens we started 2 years ago. Also new Wildflower Seeding, mulching and weeding.
Where: Warm Water Cove Park, East end of 24th St. at the Bay’s edge, Dogpatch neighborhood.
Who: GreenTrustSF, SF Port, Progress Park
Details: 2 blocks east of Third St. Light rail stop.
Blue Bottle Coffee/Juice at 9:00 am, snacks for energy.
Please bring your own drinking water.
Tools and gloves provided.
Donations thanks to our sponsors: The Good Life grocery, Piccino Café, Recology, Flowercraft Nursery, SF Port
www.gtsfcw.org, email@example.com, 415-282-5516