|SF taxi driver Brad Newsham at Wednesday's "Occupy SF" march. The sign says|
'Cab Driver, $35,000/year'.
(Photos by John Han)
Okay so this isn't directly taxi related. But as a cab driver I could relate. One would never get rich being a cab driver. At the same time, we live in a city with lots of millionaires and billionaires. I also think I've had every kind of person in my cab that either participated in the march, or watched it (either with approval or disapproval).
Thought I'd post pictures and and comments on Wednesday's "Occupy SF" march. The Huffington Post has coverage of it.
|Organizers plan the march's route with SFPD.|
|Protesters pitched tents to camp out on Market St. in front of the Federal Reserve|
Building at 101 Market St.
|Inside a tent.|
|Tents pitched in front of the 101 Market St.|
|Protesters grab some donated food before the march.|
|Marching on Market St.|
|Person in car gives thumbs up.|
|Protester flashes a sign at a business keeper on Ellis St. in the Tenderloin.|
|Taking a break from running a business in the Tenderloin to watch protesters march by.|
|A break from the store to take photos of protesters.|
|Woman leans against a car as protesters go by on Ellis St.|
|Homeless man watches as protesters march by in the Tenderloin.|
|Women watches protesters go by on Ellis St.|
|Union Square shopper watches as protesters make their way up Powell St.|
|Protesters are escorted by SFPD up Powell St.|
|Cable car tracks.|
|Making their way down California St.|
|In front of the Bank Of America Building at 555 California St.|
|Boy waves to protesters.|
|Guarding the main entrance to the Federal Reserve.|
|Puppy belonging to protesters.|