It was like the 1996 Summer Olympics all over again, minus leotards, plus anonymous challengers, and all in an arena traveling up to 80 miles per hour. Thank you, BART gymnasts, for the best BART ride ever!
[Amazing photos via Jess]
And people wonder why BART’s maintenance costs are high. We can only hope that some bolts will let go and drop these assholes on their heads.
well, erik, I hate to point this out to you, but maybe you should tryyyy and see things a little less boringly. Maaaaybe, just maybe, your fellow gymnast BART riders were trying to bring a little happiness and joy into the hearts of their fellow community members instead of marching around telling them what to do and hitting them over the head with clubs. I mean, you choose. But I promise, you kick the frowny face, and open up to allowing yourself and others to actually enjoy their time here on this crazy planet, eeespecially right now, youll find life juuust might take you on her ride to awesometown. its up to you. best of health to you.
I’m pretty sure BART maintenance costs are 95% attributable to people dangling from the hand-holds. Track maintenance, electrical re-wiring, seat replacement, that’s all B.S. concocted by BIG GYMNASTICS to cover up what the money really goes to.
BIG GYMNASTICS are in league with the PINGPONGINATI to control all content on this blog.
Mr Vegetabes, your plus ones are sorrowful and negative with the humor you try making also is driven by the tears of your mother who knows in her heart your calls home with the Good news from the West are hollow. I weep for you on York st. near the willows. find your way sad person, you make me fear and sad for the young men, the hollow false boys.
IT’S A TRAP!
I think I saw this on an episode of Portlandia. It’s OVER!
EVERYTHING IS OVER.
I need to adjust my moral outrage meter (MOM). Are we as angry about this behavior as we were about the peeing girl?
Look at meeeeee! I like attention!
That is a beautiful tattoo.
Amazing how these people were able to do it long enough to get photographs and likely didn’t get into any sort of trouble. When three African-American youths did it on BART at West Oakland last year they were arrested almost immediately. BART gymnastics are troublesome for sure but isn’t it interesting how it’s handled on either side of the bay (or not… you all know what I’m getting at).
too true. unfortunately.
that is rad!
Would be funny if the operator brought the train to an abrupt stop. For safety reasons of course.
I use to do this kind of “wacky” shit when I was in my teens and early 20′s.
THATS LIKE ASKING 2 GET SHOT!
I only wish I was still as flexible.
BART never in a million years went 80 mph. Even though it’s designed for something like that, they never actually run it more than half speed.
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