3/06/2007

Canada Can Keep Its Cold Air

Bus Departure Time: 7:07
Bus Arrival Time: 7:25
T Departure Time: 7:26
T Arrival Time: 7:49
Weather as I call it: 10 degrees and windy
Level of passenger rudeness(1-10): I wasn't paying attention
Feared for my life: No

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Man, it was cold today...and the bus was late again. Plus, the tandem bus approach was in effect again today.

Two bus coming down the line at the same time...at least I got on the emptier bus this morning.

I think I may change the "Level of passenger rudeness" bullet to "Level of commuting annoyance". I think the peeps who ride the T during my hours are seasoned veterans and know how to ride together.

An annoyance level? Well now, that varies from day to day to day to day.

2 comments:

The Missus said...

It seems that on the coldest days (when I decide to take the 43 instead of walking to work)what happens to me is the first bus that comes along is "out of service." Then I have to stand outside and wait for the next one, which usually takes another 10 minutes.

The Missus said...

Oh.. Forgot to add... I just wanted to express my enthusiasm for you blaming Canada for the cold air. I blame them for everything.