When you think about it, the list of yellow cartoon characters is impressively long: The Simpsons, the Minions, SpongeBob SquarePants, Woodstock, Tweety Bird, Pikachu, Flounder, Winnie The Pooh… Turns out there’s a reason for that, and it all goes back to color theory. Show More Summary
TweetI don’t know if this would get you out of a ticket with the SFMTA…
TweetI think this new message from the West Bay is mostly aimed at the East Bay, South Bay and North Bay, mostly. The scene at Park Station this AM with plenty of interest from the MSM: And I also think you’re supposed to take London Breed seriously but not literally, in this case. (And then […]
TweetI’ve been up there just once, but I took one of the regular elevators oh well
TweetI’m thinking both the DMV and this W-111 fintail MB both are from the early 1960’s… …but they might have been birthed at the the end of the 1950’s, IDK. Anyway, as seen in 2017, and our 3-star rated DMV is still going strong, despite all those plans for hated Redevelopment. In fact, both this […]
TweetI aint never seen this, in all my years:
TweetI’ll let you spot them, Gentle Reader: What’s the point of this? Do these fake plastic/metal trees really fool anybody? I cry foul.
TweetI aint ever seen this, in all my years: TMYK: “Union Pacific maintains a functioning police department staffed with officers given the title of Special Agent with jurisdiction over crimes against the railroad. Like most railroad police, its primary jurisdiction is unconventional, consisting of 54,116 miles (87,091 kilometers) of track in 23 western U.S. states. […]
TweetI mean, I looked up and thought, “That might be the correct time.” See? There have been efforts in the past to get this thing running of course. I’ll check again sometime…
TweetI guess this ad makes sense to somebody… But MUNI, if you need any pointers on how getting rid of some longstanding “work rules” just might help you operate safer cheaper and better, well just give me a call you sad-sack POS transit agency. Advice cheerfully given.
TweetI never saw the original ALEXANDRIA way out there in the Richmond, but I did see the (gun-free) 20th Anniversary release of ET in the subdivided three-screen Alex 123 in back aught-two just afore it shut down forever in aught-four. It’s been an empty hulk, a brokedown palace ever since: Now here’s the reverse angle with new […]
TweetI understand how it served RPD to shut down practically all of Alamo Square for more than a year, but I don’t agree with it.
TweetI’ll explain: The Out Of Service one has been Out Of Service for MONTHS AND MONTHS. Half the bathroom = half the work, more or less
TweetI’m mean, c’mon, just look at it: Can I get a hell yeah? I think I’ve gotten one here. So step off, Elim Alley, and make way for the new king…
Pull-to-refresh is one of the most popular gestures in mobile applications right now. It’s easy to use, natural and so intuitive that it is hard to imagine refreshing a page without it. In 2010, Loren Brichter created Tweetie, one of numerous Twitter applications. Show More Summary
Have you ever looked at a picture of someone's pet and thought "Huh, that animal is definitely better looking than me"? You don't have to say how many times. It's OK. No one's judging. SEE ALSO: Watch this flock of birds form hauntingly...Show More Summary
TweetI didn’t build this bridge over Geary, I’m not responsible for it. But guess what, SFGov put this bridge in, a while back. And then SFGov decided that removing the bridge was “essential” to the Geary BRT project. (The R in there stands for “Rapid,” as if calling something rapid makes it rapid.) Anyway, here […]
TweetI haven’t done an inventory, but I saw three of these in three blocks of the inner Inner Richmond the other day: Geary “BRT,” of course, is the plan to replace buses on Geary with … buses on Geary. (The “R” in BRT stands for the same thing the R in the #38R stands for […]
TweetI’ll try to pay off on this headline. See? And see? So what’s a predator? IDK. Nearby, say within a half-mile or so, we have/had (exotic, red) foxes: Und coyotes, yah? I’ve seen these kinds of COYOTE ALERT signs near the PREDATOR STUDY area. Here’s one coyote critter from farther away back in the day, […]
TweetI wondered about these tabs last year. And now I’m still a wondering…