I remember the first time the lights went out for me. It was on an NYC subway, and I was pretty sure mayhem would follow. But my experience, and every time it’s happened since, was a lot like @sosaysjonathan‘s.
That moment when the Muni train goes dark and quiet for a few seconds. It always feels strangely calming.
We’ve heard about him for years. Here’s some audio from the 71-Haight/Noriega that we posted via Tenderloin Geographic Society back in early 2011.
Then, last week, @funtobehad told us she heard the singing Muni driver on the 27-Bryant crooning away. She sent the video above. Anyone know the story on this guy? He gets radness points for saying the transfer lines.