TCB Courier Joins the Junk Mail War

Found this stuffed between the bars of my front gate.  A sort of coming of age for the folks at TCB Courier.  While hardly as distressing as the ubiquitous Pizza Love flyers that blanket front doors throughout the Mission, these brochures represent a worrisome change of tactics from our favorite gourmet bicycle couriers.  I guess online advertising can only reach a certain demographic, and nothing can really adequately replace the soothing feeling of glossy paper in your hands as you ponder whether it will be a currywurst or katsu pork sando this time.

Nonetheless, it is mildly ironic that even green and local businesses powered by bicycle have to engage the paper-industrial complex in order to survive (imminently bankrupt USPS standard mail rant coming soon!).  Maybe they need to start delivering Ike’s?

However, before you get too indignant, check out the 20 page booklet delivered to everyone (by mail) advertising the San Francisco “Green” Festival:


So save the faux-outrage for those capitalist Saigon Sandwich ladies and their 25-cent price hike!


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TCB: “Jay’s Cheesesteaks? Yes, bro!”

TCB: "Jay's Cheesesteaks? Yes, bro!"

This is looking like a trendTCB Courier is adding another sandwich spot to it’s free-delivery roster: Jay’s Cheesesteak starting Monday.

I wonder how Philadelphians feel about BBQ seitan cheesesteak sandwiches? Don’t answer that, I don’t actually want to know. I’m sure it’s similar to how they feel about a London “Philly Cheesesteak”:

Philadelphian with a Londonsteak, feigning contentment