Someone with crafty tiny scissors and some stickers amended this BART priority seating sign for a new batch of under-served groups. Eagle-eye BART rider Deirdre O. spotted this gem and points out, “the guy with the cane has a top hat, and the pregnant person has an alien bursting from her belly. You can’t see it well in the photo, but the alien has dozens of tiny sharp teeth.”
We approve of this leap of imagination!
Other signs in our hacker hall of fame:
Muni roof “emerge” sign
Move to the back, or to this best neighborhood in town
Station agent’s new posture
Fun is not allowed on BART!
Yeah, BART, why so negative?
h/t BART rider Zoe: “I work with the coolest people! @mollyampersand made #BART signs that are positive & fun. @SFBART, what do you think?”
Muni Diaries Live alum Hiya Swanhuyser spotted a bit of simple, clever adolescent humor* recently. Go ahead: tee hee the day away.
Check out Hiya and others at Muni Diaries Live in August 2012.
Image via the Twitter
* Of which we wholeheartedly approve.
A subtle suggestion to those for whom “MOVE THE FUCK TO THE GODDAM TENDERLOIN!” fails to work. Via vlviaig.
On our last installment of Muni Signage Hack: Emerge like memories of a failure. So poignant.
We last saw the Emergency sign hacker in late September. Now they’re back with a message that almost seems poignant. Almost.
Via Spirited Unicorn.
A friend from Texas describes life in SF as that of an ant hill, with what he sees as the mad-scramble that we’re all up to all the time.
That reminded me of the above: “Emerge like an ant ready to defend his pile of pebbles.”
Not bad advice. Not at all.
Via G. Ol Boredom.