Looked as if this crew was packing up to get ready to hit the road after interacting with this van-driving SFPD officer:
If you don’t get your bike back soon after its stolen, it’ll be broken up into parts and then become unrecoverable oh well…
As seen on Market, during the Dreamforce
Judge Lance regretted his dalliance with 25 series tires, so maybe you would too:
As seen in the Western Addition:
Well, here you go, as ably told by San Francisco Chronicle scribe Carolyn Said:
And here’s the scene, yesterday:
Kind of cute, I suppose. Like something out of 1973’s Sleepers:
This passerby was fascinated – she couldn’t get enough of this:
And in the world capital of illegally parked Mercedes Benzes, what do we find on the sidewalks of the Outside Lands, of the Great Sand Wastes of the Middle Richmond, but this? The little robot took a while to think and then simply went around the scofflaw’s car, easy peasy:
Is this The Future?
This is from yesterday, but it’s been like this for decades:
Back in the day, you’d see broken U-locks (which you didn’t necessarily want to leave on scene and you definitely didn’t want to get caught with) in the bushes. But these days, there’s less effort and more reward in leaving the lock alone and simply taking parts, oh well…
The fashion is to have bigger and bigger wheels on cars ’cause that’s how we roll these days. Fine. But this?
How about some Prius-style wheels what are are a half-foot smaller in diameter? Oh no, not for you? OK, enjoy your Conestoga wheels then…