There you have it, folks. We can wrap this thing up and call it an era. The winner at losing has settled the score once and for all.
Via BART rider John: “Everything annoying about tech hipsters on SF transit in one pic: bringing your own bouncy-ball chair onto BART.”
It was quite a ride, wasn’t it?
It’s not every day that you spot the Caped Crusader on your way to work. In fact, it happened yesterday to our friend We Built This City (above).
Funny how the recent past can look so dang old. Full-size image here.
BART rider Charles sent this relic. Here’s what he had to say:
This is a severely beaten BART map found at Powell, circa late ’90s-early 2000s, as it still shows extensions to Baypoint and Dublin still under construction. I spotted this not too long ago, though I think the only reason that it was around was that they seemed to be changing all the advertisements in the station that night. I’m not entirely sure on that though, so it may still be up there. I wonder whether any French tourists got confused.
Easy answer: Yes, tourists are confused. Hella.
This reminds me of how, every time we’re at Powell, Tara looks for the super-secret door that used to lead up to Woolworth’s.
Image: SF Chronicle
Tim O’Rourke at the SF Chronicle posted this nifty map of several Bay Area brew pubs easily accessible by BART, based in part on a list of places to drink beer near BART an its 44 Bay Area stations. The idea is (duh) to let BART be your DD as you sample sudsy deliciousness all over the Bay Area. Sounds like a nifty idea to me.
Click here for a larger version of the map above.
Check out BeerbyBART for an exhaustive list.
Oh, the dangers of celebrating your team advancing in the World Cup. Like, you know, getting your American flag stuck in the BART door. Also, note the blue and red Tom’s.
Don’t think you’re better than us, Germany, and I’m not just talking about the win. Like you’ve never gotten a GER flag trapped in the U-Bahn doors! USA! USA!