Tuesday, September 2, 2014


Since The City That Know How only fines APs (Artificial People – corporations) $1 for parking in public bus stops instead of the $271 it routinely gives out to non-APs for the same crime, new revenue streams have to be found to make up for all that lost income.

Revenue streams at South Van Ness and Mission, August 2014

Revenue creek at South Van Ness, August 2014

The above photos show MUNI fare inspectors hard at work finding those new revenue streams by giving out tickets of up to $100+ to those who dare to ride MUNI without proof of purchase. Well done, City That Knows How!

For an interesting article on this sad state of affairs, click here: http://www.salon.com/2014/01/23/when_companies_break_the_law_and_people_pay_the_scary_lesson_of_the_google_bus/

Copyright © by Chris Enquist 9/2/14

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