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TweetAs seen above the 94117: Everybody flies these birds – the Blue Angels, the Air Force, the Coast Guard. My dad drove them around, many years ago. I guess we have too many? I think we have too many, too many old ones, anyway. Oh well.
TweetHadn’t noticed this one before: Take it away, BALLOTPEDIA: “A City of San Francisco Transfer Tax on Residential Property Re-Sold in Five Years, Proposition G ballot question was on the November 4, 2014 election ballot for voters in the city of San Francisco, California. It was defeated. Proposition G imposed an additional tax on the […]
TweetHow to mock the SFMTA in its own backyard: As seen right above a big MUNI yard: Close-up view:
TweetFrom west… …to East: And here’s the vanguard: I’ve been tilting at this windmill for a while now. At first on SFist back about 2007 or so and then on this tiny blog. The first TJ’s shopper death came a few years back. The next will come tomorrow or next year or […]
TweetHere it is: IDK, Japantown has a sizeable seismic safety issue, non? ICYMI, Japantown is nothing but an earthquake-unsafe concrete mess, courtesy of the idea of REDEVELOPMENT. If we cared more about people, we’d stop to think afore preserving the mistakes of the past…
TweetHere’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 […]
TweetYes, over $200,000 in his Total Cost of Employment (TCOE). (You want to get into this, well, we can get into this.) Here’s the new stuff: “It does not appear the bicyclist was traveling in a bike lane,” said Paul Rose… I’d expect this kind of sophistry from a MUNI operators attorney, but not a […]
TweetThey called it “Redevelopment.” It failed: It’s not housing, it’s not a road, it’s just a waste of space is what it is…
Tweet(Uh, yes it is a decorative tower – we can talk about that some time.) Here it is, via Aviation Week, a drone buzzing the unfinished tower of our already-failed San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge’s eastern span: Was this a hobbyist’s drone from back when the new cable-stayed span was still under construction OR was it […]
TweetHere’s the oft-repeated contention about District 3’s gaffe-prone, appointed interim rookie Supervisor Julie Christensen – she: “…helped design the KitchenAid candy-apple-red mixer.“ And that was her accomplishment what’s offered as a substitute for her not having elected experience. Show More Summary
TweetWhy? Because somebody just might cut you, you know, in a knife fight that you just might get involved with in the 94118, despite the fact (or, especially because?) you yourself don’t ever carry a knife: Or, in other words, you can’t really save a parking spot by standing in it because it’s agin the law. […]
TweetI’ll just start with this: The fundamental purpose of the SFMTA’s massive street sweeping program is to make money for the SFMTA. So that’s been the situation over the years, but then came the rise of the rental car companies, you know, like Hertz and whathaveyou. So then the SFMTA made deals with Hertz and […]
TweetSo let’s see here. The Getaround rental car company is now leasing formerly public parking spaces from the SFMTA, right? It looks like this: So now, when a Getaround rental car gets parked on Fell not in near the designated spaces, it’ll get a fat ticket, as here, one supposes, to compensate SF for the […]
TweetThese old cars are new, or these new cars are old – take your pick, Nick. What will we see next?
TweetProp A? That thing’s a nothingburger, sold as free money, something that won’t raise taxes. Well if it’s not going to raise taxes, then it’s not really much of anything, right? Prop F? I don’t think that it has much to do with THE FUTURE OF SF HOUSING, not really. In conclusion, the future of […]
TweetIDK. Here’s your background. I’ve never seen an ad like this afore: How long did it take to create, one wonders? About two seconds? No matter, I’m sure SFGov is starting to think of the bluewolf as a good corporate citizen now…
TweetThe Toyota Mirai is here, the Future (??) is Now. As seen on 2nd Avenue: So, where do you get hydrogen to fill up? Emeryville, AFAIK. Is the Mirai a Good Idea? IDK.
TweetOptimus Prime taking a break on Fell:
TweetWell, this is News To Me: Poor Pooty! BTW, Kahn & Keville has a verrry high Yelp rating, just saying.