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Andy Chow 23h
Replying to @ByRosenberg
Just give them vouchers to buy donated clothes. It is not that hard. Imagine if there's no EBT and people sent to jail for stealing almost expired food because they're hungry.
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Andy Chow Apr 17
Replying to @dtc @SFBART and 2 others
It is not a tech problem since solution is off the shelf and within budget limit where RFP is not required. But according to some of private conversations it seems staff is worried about further delays by having to wait. I think on balance it is worthwhile.
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Andy Chow Apr 17
Replying to @dtc @SFBART and 2 others
Large screen monitors on the Caltrain platform can be placed to show BART arrival times and CCTV of the station concourse so conductors have accurate information, and can hold train for a short while especially for nights and weekends to allow for connection.
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Andy Chow Apr 17
Replying to @davidjoachim
In this era where regular folks can make home porn with cell phone or web cam and post them on Twitter, having sex caught on cam shouldn't be considered shocking or even shameful anymore. Are they trying to make threats assuming that there's much shock value?
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Andy Chow Apr 17
Replying to @KostelecPlan
To me it is just something that drivers should learn as if learning how to use a new smart phone or other tech device. We can't just stick to old traffic devices because they no longer work efficiently.
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Andy Chow Apr 17
Because of compliance issue, both on cars and pedestrian part. Pedestrians are supposed to wait for their light even if there's no vehicle approaching, and they don't. There was a midblock ped traffic light at hospital that I go to but recently removed, and it was better.
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Andy Chow Apr 16
I thought you are joking with the "better named stations."
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Andy Chow Apr 16
Replying to @transbay
I turn off Windows Update until I move my laptop to use wifi at another location and the system updates itself without my permission.
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Andy Chow Apr 16
Despite the damage in Paris there are many more buildings and artifacts with this age around the world that got destroyed due to war and political change where there's no starting point or willingness to restore what was lost.
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Andy Chow Apr 16
For a 900 year old building at some point in history it has suffered some damages. As long as there's a will to repair and restore it is just going to be one of many damages in the long history, and I am confident that it will happen.
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Andy Chow Apr 15
They just sold their conscience for power.
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Andy Chow Apr 15
Replying to @alevin
Another groundhog day.
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Andy Chow Apr 15
It is clear that there's a demand for immigration (look at crops rotting in farms because there's no workers to pick them). Illegal immigration is simply black market way to meet under-served demands. People oppose immigration often come from racial perspective.
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Andy Chow Apr 14
Replying to @asmallteapot
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Andy Chow Apr 14
Replying to @FitzTheReporter
That leaves 58% living outside the city. Probably some commuting from really far.
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Andy Chow Apr 12
Replying to @HillReporter
Go ahead. Make California agriculture great again. Make struggling cities with declining population great again.
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Andy Chow Apr 12
Replying to @FitzTheReporter
Muni workers may not be necessarily paid well enough to live in the City. They also have to come to work at times when there's no transit, so that they can drive you when you get up in the morning.
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Andy Chow Apr 11
Guess how many private commuter buses versus public ones?
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Andy Chow Apr 11
Replying to @mattyglesias
He's not a publisher. He's an agent no longer with any good use.
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Andy Chow retweeted
Streetsblog USA Apr 11
From abductions to traffic deaths and increased congestion, Uber and Lyft are starting to demonstrate why we needed taxi regulations (or something like them) in the first place.
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