Onward and upward! What shall we talk about this time? Shall we tackle the "kid" myth? Let's jump in!
#2- You Can Not Ride In The City With Children
If you are a regular reader of this blog you already know this to be untrue. As I have posted about my own kid's adventures in San Francisco, ad nauseum, if it were true that one can not ride in the urban environment with children then my whole family would disappear in a puff of fairy dust.
I wonder if this gentleman knows that he and his children are figments of the collective imagination? This would mean that the martial arts class he and his kids are riding home from probably didn't exist either.
These children will be scarred for life when they find out they don't exist. I didn't really see them and my camera took a picture of ghosts. They seemed to be enjoying their imaginary trip across the Sunset District. Their fathers seemed to be happy, too. Perhaps it takes a great deal of pressure off the soul when you don't exist. It couldn't possibly be the bicycle ride in the sun.
A lone child on a bicycle in the Mission? Not possible. Who lets their children ride their bicycle to soccer practice?
My imaginary neighbor. He has three lovely boys that ride in the bucket to and from school.
You can tell this picture is fake. What Mom would ride with their daughter on the back?
Multiple Mom's, unrelated to one another, on Valencia Street with children riding on the backs of their bicycles? Never happened.
These last two pictures are proof that I have to be making all of this up. These families just do not exist in San Francisco. I mean, really. With the hills and the cars and the time constraints....