When the 21st Amendment brewed a batch of special Twitter Beer
, we thought the Web mega-trend had finally served a discernible, useful purpose.
We're pretty sure we still think the beer's the thing after catching the latest San Francisco government-related Tweet: Fiona Ma's car has been violated and she's turning to the Internet for help
Someone broke my
First of all, driving a blue Prius in San Francisco today is like driving a white Cadillac El Dorado in Dallas in 1975. And it remains to be seen why someone who saw a car window being broken would fail to confess until a Twitter message guilted him into it. Can you induce guilt while abbreviating "see" to "c"? I'm not sure.
blue prius' back window in front of 100 Spear on Mission St. Did anyone
c anything? If so email [REDACTED -- but it's not hard to find]. Tx
I have the thought that Ma will receive far more suggestions for good glass repair guys than reports from eyewitnesses who had previously clammed up. Either way, there's no harm in sending out a Tweet, it seems. Talk is cheap and 140 characters is hardly even talk.
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