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December 26, 2018



That photo captured what’s got to be simultaneously the most glamorous and saddest bus stop.

Also striking is that there is that solid white guardrail wall protecting the corner glass wall and the $500k cars behind it. Welcome to Burlingame. Buy your 6-digit Veblen good here but watch out we don’t drive so good.

Fugit All

Well said, BMW. How many of these high performance vehicles will be sold to low performance drivers? At least it's not at the Broadway intersection snarl.


Maybe people can test drive the Maserati's around the new roundabout...


In the spirit of Fred’s clever crossover comment, Fiat Lux.

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