Yesterday, it took me nearly two hours to get home from San Francisco.
It normally takes me about an hour using Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART).
Yesterday, someone thought it would be a fantastic idea to disrupt the BART system, forcing thousands of commuters to pile up like cord wood on BART’s commuter trains.
Frankly, I don’t give a damn.
Actually, I do.
On the ride home, I was anxiously hoping to oppose whatever it was they were protesting.
It turns out…I do disagree with them!
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the protestors “were angered by the BART police shooting of Charles Blair Hill, a 45-year-old transient who allegedly threw a bottle at two officers and pulled a knife before one of the officers shot him to death.”
If you attack the police, they just might shoot you.