Elbo Room sound dude Gabriel took the Muni Diaries Live stage last month with a story about cutting his SF teeth on Muni, of all places. Riding public transit can really change your perspective of what you should and shouldn’t be afraid of in life, Gabe says. And how did he learn this? By hauling the remainder of his B2B float on Muni while under the influence of Jell-O shots, of course.
There’s nothing like Bay to Breakers to create some sympathy for your fellow Muni riders. From a suburban beginning through Everclear-laden Jell-O shots aboard a pirate ship B2B float, Gabe tells us about how one Muni ride can change how you see San Francisco.
Last week, we told you about how the Stupid Super Bowl wants to take down our beloved Muni trolley wires on Market Street so they can have their stupid football party, or whatever. Since then, Erik Ogan has created a Change.org petition that you can totally sign in an attempt to stop this stupid idea from becoming reality. Go on, sign the petition.
This has been a service of the Muni Diaries Sensibility Project.