19-Year-Old Muni Fast Pass

Somebody used this to get to Nirvana’s big show at the Warfield. Think about that.

It definitely looks just like some OP board shorts I had back then.

Scan by sbfisher.

More on the SOON-TO-BE-DEFUNCT Muni Fast Pass:

RIP Muni Fast Pass (plus: Muni Passes of the late 1970s)

29-Year-Old Muni Fast Pass

More on the ’90s:

Somebody Loves the ’90s

10 Responses to “19-Year-Old Muni Fast Pass”

  1. GP says:

    Yeah I think I had those board shorts too. And did this thing work on Caltrain too!?! Where’s that love these days?

  2. friscolex says:

    I saw the heading and glanced at the date and thought, how could something created in 1991 be 19? My little bro was born then and he’s still in diapers I’m pretty sure… But then I realized that he’s actually in college. Weird feeling. Thanks for the morning math lesson.

  3. Cranky Old Mission Guy says:

    1991 is like yesterday to me. What can I say? I’m an OLD motherfucker (and that “motherfucker” is probably literal in the case of some of youse.) :p

    ‘Course, she was a lot cuter back then…

  4. bodah says:

    teenage angst has paid off well.

  5. jah levi & the dubaddix says:

    nothing’s changed. saw Sleep back then, seeing them again at ATP this year. Melvins also made the billboard charts again this year (and lasted a hell of a lot longer than nirvana). Hole came out with another record and courtney’s still on drugs. nothing changes. party on.

  6. Neo Displacer says:

    Ha Ha Nirvana. I went to the Warfield that night in the early ’90′s. I went to see Sister Double Happiness, Gary Floyd’s band after the Dicks. I had no idea about Nirvana. I thought I could just walk up and get in. Silly me, I went home unfulfilled, no Sister Double Happiness we love you for me. I think the next day Nirvana broke huge. Highly recommend the movie Hype!

  7. Jon says:

    I think the most amazing part is that its only 28.00 for the pass.

    • friscolex says:

      MUNI was my unlimited-rides playground for $5/month throughout the early 90s. (Middle school, high school…) I paid $0.25 cash fare when I came home from college a few times because they never checked.