A quite handy new guide to drinking your way through the city and letting your friendly neighborhood Muni operator be your designated driver. Thrillist put this map together, and breaks it down further on their site.
This morning on the way to work I noticed this dude across the train looking up and back down at a notebook and figured he was drawing the train or something. A few minutes later he came up to me and handed me a piece of paper. “I drew a picture of you. Here.”
That was pretty cool. I mean, just a totally random thing to catch me off guard. I dug it, so I took a pic of him with a big grin and a thumbs up and when I got into the office I did a quick sketch. I didn’t have the disadvantage of a moving train though.
Sometimes it’s the little things.
Goodbye old, smelly, dirty friends.
(Okay, so it’s really the sunrise, and they’re coming from the direction of The Sunset)
March 2011. And that ends today. Muni Diaries puts together a nice look back at the paper Fast Pass through the ages.
Biking to work down Market today, I noticed the Muni buses begin to pile up. It was rather narrow to squeeze through but fairly safe since traffic was stagnant. The drivers all had their doors open and were casually chatting with one another, and some were even hanging outside their buses. Looks like this was a good day to take the Letters, unlike yesterday.
I finally approached the scene, but only emergency vehicles and the offending taxi remained. However, my friend Aiko-Sophie witnessed the ordeal and provides the following account:
I was on the 21 and saw a pedestrian that had just been hit by a taxi. His head was resting on the curb with his body still in the street. Blood was coming from the back of his head. His eyes were closed and he wasn’t moving.
Doesn’t sound very good. Let’s hope this turns out ok. Please be careful when crossing the street, pedestrians! Those taxis can be maniacs, but you would not believe how many pedestrians just blindly cross Market street right in front of my bike (without looking) every week!
The taxi in question can be seen being inspected here. MORE PHOTOS of the scene of the crime after the jump (always wanted to say that):