Keeping warm on the streets near the Fell DMV, 2015:
If Pablo doesn’t want to live and work in the bay area, that’s OK, right?
Segregated skies to match the segregated ‘hoods below:
San Francisco, 2015
We’ll have a good time
Leave your worries behind
Well you could be mine
(My roommates in colledge used to dance on the floor, while seated, with arms flailing, to this song, and it wasn’t all that old at the time, that’s how old I am.)
I don’t think this SFPD Ford Crown Victoria will be with us much longer:
The funny thing is that I’ve been seeing a lot of civilianized former police cars on the streets of San Francisco and I can’t tell them from the merely out-of-service SFPD rides.
Anyway, all of the SFPD’s Crown Vics are not long for this world – they’re not going to get driven for decades the way some SFGov trucks are. No no, iconic Crown Vics, both the 80’s-style origami kind and the swoopier 90’s-style rounded kind, will soon be gone.
Last time I drove one was when Hertz gave me a “free” “upgrade” to a “premium” rent-a-car. It cost me more on gas, but you can’t say a Crown Vic is uncomfortable* to drive – it’s a barcalounger on wheels.
Soon enough, all our CV’s will be OOS.
*Unlike, say, the Toyota Camry “CE” stripper I rented one time. Yish.
I think I can pay off on this headline.
…with a view-blocking impact hammer attached…
…right before its squirrely driver hung a U-turn from the slow lane and headed southbound on Divis.
Throw in a sarcastic headline, and you’ve got yourself a blog post.
And I should say, as we all know, it’s dangerous to drive earth moving equipment around with attachments blocking your view.