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Friday, 23 November 2007

Public Transport, we’re forever being told to use it as an alternative to the car. I don’t drive, so I’ve got no choice if I need to go out of town, to say a meeting at my works head office. To get there I have to use 3 buses, and they’re always late, every time not just one of ’em, but all of ’em. I’ve got used to it now, and try and allow for extra time, but it still pisses me off no end, it’s just another case of fuck the people lets leave ‘em standing in the cold, wet and make ‘em late. Here’s a random thought; What’s with the new police uniforms; slightly camp, pseudo military and down right sinister looking. Saw a couple of ‘bobbies’ strutting their stuff on patrol while on my bus journey and thought blimey some things have changed, their uniforms for one and secondly, you don’t often see ‘real police’ on the streets. Normally it’s the pretend community support officers, who are as much good as public transport for getting the job done.


Jon said...

You've got a great blog here. I'm a bus driver in California. Every time there's some big, street clogging event in San Francisco television advises everyone to take public transport. Meanwhile public transport is cutting service due to budget cuts. Comes the day of the big event, here comes a crowd of well intentioned TV watchers. They have to take their place in line behind the hordes of desperate minimum wage workers

Nuzz Prowlin' Wolf said...

cheers jon, always good to get comments that build on the posts. Thanx for takin' the time between driving the workers around for commenting.

zenpunk said...

and when the bus finally turns up you might(if you fall into a diabetic coma)get mistaken for a suicide bomber and get shot by a tazer gun toting cop like a poor fellow did recentley.