Epic MUNI FAIL in Progress…Along With Major Traffic Jams…Twitteratti Come Through Even If MUNI Won’t!

No rest for the wicked, it seems….this evening’s commute, on the heels of Bad News About MUNI today, there have been multiple reports of a hellish commute home tonight.
First, thanks to the road construction on Irving Street, there have been delays. But thanks to the Friends of the NJC on Twitter, we’ve heard about a whole lotta bad going on.
First, @rowenoftc reported a fire incident that was causing traffic mayhem. Then, of course, there’s the epic delays on Lincoln due to road construction as well…
THEN…thanks to Loyal Twitteratti @meganallilson we heard about another MUNI FAIL at Cole Street which @RoyalPineapple corroborated as well..
This is not good, folks. MUNI FAIL is not just an option, it seems to be the preferred option.
And where, oh where is our esteemed Green Supervisor, Ross Mirkarimi? Where, oh where, are the “progressives” who emptily promised a “better MUNI” and “encourage mass transit” during the election?
And where, oh where is our Green Gavin?
Oh he’s off in Shanghai.
Thanks Gavin. Thanks Nate Ford. Thanks Board of Superivsors and MTA. Thanks everyone for heaping a big dose of FAIL on what should have been a nice night with unseasonably warm weather.
I’m just glad I got home early and am enjoying a cocktail far, far away from the madness. Still, I get no joy out of seeing my brothers and sisters in commuting hell. Not a bit.
UPDATE: Last night, Cormac Brown caught on camera the case of the Moron Driver Who Parked In Front of an N Judah, thus frakking up the commute even more. Good catch!

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One Response to Epic MUNI FAIL in Progress…Along With Major Traffic Jams…Twitteratti Come Through Even If MUNI Won’t!

  1. ted says:

    There’s a great video I saw on San Francisco IAM on Proposition 8. It shows both sides of the issue and what it means for same sex couples in California. It’s a must see for those concerned about the issue.
    I’d recommend checking it out:
    http://www.sanfranciscoiam.com/videos/d80e34400efa
    San Francisco Iam also got a lot of other interesting video journalism.

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