As witnessed by Brady, this here LRV is a-fallin-apart. Or, you could say, “extending its possibilities.” Indeed.
Not quite as bad as the damn door falling off, but still.
Conundrum: cracking one open on the J-Church when it’s packed and you could really use one (though preferably something stronger) vs. cracking one open in relative, however visible peace.
I think it’s safe to say that the answer to this age-old question is: “Yes.”
From Samantha on the trusty Muni Diaries Facebook page (are you following us there? Because follow us there):
Thought you guys would find this entertaining. Dude was pre-partying before hitting up Dolores Park on the J. Legit.
We do find it entertaining, and so do you.
Photo by Michael
Rider Cat witnessed some truly terrible behavior on the J last week. Things got so violent that calling it “douchebaggery” is putting it mildly.
I was on the 8:15 a.m. J last Friday. There were a group of teenagers, lounging as they usually do, trying to take up multiple seats. Whatever, they do that all the time.
At some point, one of the teenagers started yelling and screaming about how some older man had “moved his leg.” The teen was sitting in the first row of seats that face the driver cabin. The leg in question was sprawled in front of him so that he could block people from sitting in the elderly/handicap seats. Read more
Photo by stephenlienharrell
You thought your Muni ride was entertaining? Here’s what Nat saw …
The other day I get on the J at around 7PM on a Tuesday, and notice that half of the front car is nearly completely empty, save for a single, very large man and several boxes of bananas. As I board and get a closer look, I realize that this man is in fact wearing an oversized rainbow-colored quilt, and literally has maracas woven into his long, dreadlocked hair. He is also wearing thick sunglasses, despite it being quite dark outside, and has very little to speak of in the way of pants.
Photo by Adam Kuban
Tim, who, according to @bartdiaries Captain Ed, is “something of a video game legend” (Ed would know), shares the following with us:
Dear middle school kids practicing your choir songs on the J Church train this morning– that was beautiful! Do that every day! (via)
Read more this a-way …
Sounds like the first line of a joke. Okay, maybe it is the first line of joke.
Via J. Astra Brinkmann on Tumblr.