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The Marie Antoinette Commuter Option Is Increasingly Unavailable In The Bay Area.

Today in Silicon Valley schadenfreude.

Bubble City is saying goodbye to another hatefully consummate example of the Silicon Valley silly valuation boom.

Leap Transit, the startup that served fresh-pressed juice to commuters on its luxury buses, has filed for bankruptcy. The rest of its buses are now up for sale, starting at $5 each.

In case you think we're being a little harsh, Leap also gave its customers a choice between bottled cold brew coffee from either New Orleans or Portland.

There you go...

Leap, the luxury San Francisco commuter bus, is bankrupt and selling its buses for $5 each [BI]


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