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Happy Pride NYC! @Citibank and @citibike #ridewithprideA photo posted by @citibike on Jun 22, 2015 at 7:10am PDT
Happy Pride NYC! @Citibank and @citibike #ridewithpride
A photo posted by @citibike on Jun 22, 2015 at 7:10am PDT
Yeah, Citi Bike cares...
uh. ok. sure.
I love it any time a big company shows support for us!
Funny how the Dept. of Transportation Alternatives can manage to put hundreds of Citibike stations all over the city, but can't put in racks of those of us that ride our own bikes. Classic Bloomberg strategy of catering to the transplants and tourists while ignoring the needs of long time residents.Seeing as how Citibike is too broke to make any of the promised payments for appropriating our public space for their stations, how about converting half that space to public bike racks that anyone can use?
Happy Gay Pride Day, sponsored by Citibike, to all readers of this fine EV Grieve blog.
Oh great now they're playing the LGBT card. Ha ha.
How about this one. Citibike celebrates tha TSP riots!
Citibike celebrates transgressive culture and Tom Of Finland.
I can't wait to ride my Citi Bike to the YouTube basketball court.
6:34pm the city wants people to use Citi Bikes as much as possible/their own bikes as little as possible.Anyone who uses a Citbike other than a tourist is a fucking IDIOT.Buy a mountain bike on New York Craiglist for $70-100 and use it.
I was going to ride my CitiBike to YouTube Field too but that would require me leaving the safety of my laptop screen and risk making eye contact with a stranger. I prefer to socialize online with my friends, big brands. I know they're my friends because they favorite my tweets. And they don't make me look them in the eye. Thanks Chipolte!
Isn't Citibank basically owned by the head dictator of Saudi Arabia, a devout muslim?
Hollow gestures of support I suppose are better than nothing but please stop with that rainbow which started out as a symbol of racial unity but got dumped on the gays in the end.
I think I speak for many people when I say that I look forward to riding my PrideBike!
Buy a mountain bike on New York Craiglist for $70-100 and use it.The lock and chain will run you over another $100. And unless you want it stolen (I don't care how sh*tty it looks) you're going to have to bring it inside and carrying a bike up the stairs and finding a place to store it sucks. CitiBike is a nice alternative.
Pride has a few interesting definitions, to wit: (i) a high or inordinate opinion of one's own dignity, importance, merit, or superiority, whether as cherished in the mind or as displayed in bearing, conduct, etc.; and (ii) pleasure or satisfaction taken in something done by or belonging to oneself or believed to reflect credit upon oneself.I'm just not sure being born with a preference to getting dookie on your noodle is worthy of pride. I don't know any cis-gendered microaggressing subconscious racists that go around talking about how proud they are to pound vagpatties. Pride is not the right word here kids.
Kurrt, if you use a $100 lock on a $100 bike, it probably will not get pinched. Plenty of $200 bikes being locked with $50 locks if you get my drift.
CitiBike™ wants to rebuild the bandshell.
I know other cyclists complain about the city not installing enough bike racks for those who ride their own bikes, but I wouldn't feel comfortable leaving my bike attached to a rack. I ride from home to work or to friends' places, and I take it in with me. I have seen the bikes parked in front of my building picked apart or vandalized. I am not taking the risk!
wolf in sheep's clothing
but I wouldn't feel comfortable leaving my bike attached to a rack Well, maybe you wouldn't "feel comfortable", but I and my friends have been locking up our beaters for 30 years, and haven't lost one yet.But I guess "feeling comfortable" is the reason people like you move here. Thank Goodness for Guiliani, Bloomberg, and all the nice, comfortable, reassuring chain stores on every block.
I'll bet some of you must feel pretty silly now, running down Citibike, what with the Supreme Court's ruling.
Dear Citilemming, aka, @June 26, 2015 at 1:32 PMwhat does the Supreme Court decision has to do with Citibike frontin' Pride's colors? Talk about being greenwashed. Thanks for commenting CitiVP.
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