Ur doing it rong if you don’t find something interesting to look at on Muni. There are even points of interest for the most magical niches:
Muni easily reaches lvl 90 when it comes to people-watching, that’s for damn sure.
*Note: I picked this photo because it says Balbo, a very “hobbity” alternative to Balboa, indeed.
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Photo by aloneinthismadhouse
We’ve seen our share of so-called bus crushes over the years. They can happen on any line, at any time of day, to just about anybody.
Recently, Maurissa experienced one:
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Photo by Earthman
Muni station diaries are a cousin of Muni diaries. Not quite the same when you’re stationary. But things. They happen. And they happen underground.
Witness @fizzylex‘s retelling in this tweet:
“There is a string quartet at Montgomery Station playing Bohemian Rhapsody.”
Wonder which instrument played “Scaramouche! Scaramouche! Will you do the Fandango?!”
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Photo by Robert B. Livingston
Being nosy while riding public transit in San Francisco requires new levels of skills, as evidenced by this tweet observation.
@scenechangego: Accidentally eavesdropping in 4 languages #sfmuni #californian #100MuniStories
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Photo by Abe Bingham
This tweet made me think of public transit planners, the people who ostensibly want a system of vehicles going from various Points A to B without much happening in between. Yeah, right.
@PickUpABook: Nothing eventful happened on my commute today. With muni, sometimes that’s the best you can hope for
We hear you. Although there are some experiences we hope for.
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Photo: The Holy Hand Grenade
A Broadway-ready Muni driver gets creative with the announcements:
@bhautikj: The driver on the 27-Bryant is theatrically singing the names of connecting lines. Awesome!
Is it the same singing Muni driver from last year? When he’s bigtime famous, we can say we knew him when.
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