Fuck The Public Transport

Written by: destroyah
Published: 29.04.2008
I hate public transport. Period. Why-o-why am I bothering myself with writing about it instead of enjoying my weekend? Well, because tomorrow I have to take a 50-minute trolley trip to my grandpa's to fix his internet connection problem. Here's how I see this working out - I get there, hit the 'refresh' key and say "well there's your problem." Then of course I have to take an equally tedious trip back home and all that on a bloody sunday - time well spent!

Now if you have never seen a trolleybus - it's basically this bus with horns on top, and as horns usually indicate a devious essence (except with cows), then surely enough the trolley is not a "swell ride" - it's loud, bumpy and smells of excrement and cheap perfume. Should any regular 50 year old plus public transport user read this entry by a freak chance, here's a few tips - if you're taking the bus to work, lay off the goddamn aftershave and for the love of god, NO COMMUTING AFTER VISITING THE FUCKING FISHMARKET!!! Seriously, I once had the horror of traveling in the same trolley with a fisherman and woman dipped in cologne, both pressed hard against me, as the damn trolley was full. Being under crossfire from rotting salmon and 99-cent "perfume" is not my idea of fun. I'm normally not suicidal but damn it, on that particular morning I really wanted to kill myself and everyone around me.

So, how to make the experience, uh - less horrifying? It usually helps if there's a babe in a miniskirt around for me to stare at. Yes, it's cold right now but there is a surprisingly large number of hot chicks out there who aren't afraid of their ovaries freezing over in the -15 C weather, thus keeping the northern viking-men very, very happy. I could also try and engage in a philosophical monologue but I always end up playing human Q-bert in my head or leaning towards severe misanthropia when inside a bus. Smoking pot would surely make the journey more tolerable but of course marijuana is illegal in the Great State of Estonia. That's right - grass is considered "dangerous", whereas the ultra-smelly and probably highly contagious trolleys are not. How messed up is that?!

Luckily enough, that's where rock music comes in. Thus I'm going to list a few songs that might hold back my excessive projectile vomiting while riding in a trolley.

1. Nashville Pussy - Go Motherfucker, Go - admittedly not the best choice since the damned trolley only does about 40 km/h. But it's high octane and therefore rather sedating.

2. Down - Trolley Bus is a Dying Whore - Yes, I know, I changed the title a bit. But the song sounds really heavy and mean and I don't have anything against New Orleans. I do, however, utterly despise trolleys.

3. Turbonegro - Mobile Home - this is a perfect song for long-range public transport raids since the desperation inside the vehicle makes you feel like you're gonna be stuck there forever.

4. Fu Manchu - King of the Road - the main line, "King of the road says you move too slow!" works for fast rides as well as pussy public transports. That's right, "p" is for "pedal to the metal", you wanker...

5. Iggy Pop & The Stooges - My Idea of Fun - This is one of the best apathetic random killer songs ever made and it suits the anguish of a long trolley ride dead on. Sometimes I forget that I have my headphones and I actually sing the chorus along - "My idea of fun is killing everyone...". It cleares the bus rather quickly, I must add...

6. Jimi Hendrix - Crosstown Traffic - I honestly think that when Jimi wrote this song, he had trolleybuses in his drug-riddled mind. He foresaw the Apocalyptic Wagons from Hell, I'm sure.

7. Slayer - Eyes of the Insane - I actually never really got into that song. That is until I listened to it in a trolleybus - suddenly the message became painfully clear. Honestly, it's like Baghdad in there - anyone might be packin' a bomb (or a fishnet) but you can't take 'em out cause of the dumb-ass rules of engagement.

8. Skid Row - Get the Fuck Out - sends a clear message to some particular co-commuters... That means everybody.



I actually wrote this entry a few months ago but forgot to post it due to a sudden violent attack of blood-bursting-from-my-nosies. So I'm posting it now since I sense a disturbance in the Force - I fear I must undertake the journey again in the following days. There have been other signs - I saw a trolleybus in my dreams last night and yesterday a White Unicorn descended from the Heavens and told me to "take a bus, you mother fucker!" Therefore, I need your help to figure out more songs that would help me endure the trip. Consider this the "Commuters Anonymous" topic.


Also, a preemptive strike against car owners - you don't know what it's like, so pipe down!


 




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jupitreas - 29.04.2008 at 17:12  
Hahahah
Nothing like a good rant.

I actually disagree with you totally though. I always enjoy travelling and since I never bothered getting a driving license (or a car) I always use public transport. Being in transit is a state that I find extremely calming and since public transportation doesnt require much mental attention from the traveller (sitting/standing and looking out for pickpockets) it gives me ample time to deliberate about whatever is happening in my life at the moment or to simply enjoy music in a way that is quite unique. I find that the small amount of attention that I am forced to donate to the actual act of travelling is just the right amount to leave me to listen to music closely for prolonged amounts of time without getting bored. I therefore truly love travelling via public transport.

Naturally, I mainly have experience with fairly clean and modern public transport facilities, perhaps that troley you are referring to is just pure shit and doesnt allow for a proper appreciation of the momentary life of the road.
destroyah - 29.04.2008 at 17:37  
Written by jupitreas on 29.04.2008 at 17:12

Hahahah
Nothing like a good rant.

I actually disagree with you totally though. I always enjoy travelling and since I never bothered getting a driving license (or a car) I always use public transport. Being in transit is a state that I find extremely calming and since public transportation doesnt require much mental attention from the traveller (sitting/standing and looking out for pickpockets) it gives me ample time to deliberate about whatever is happening in my life at the moment or to simply enjoy music in a way that is quite unique. I find that the small amount of attention that I am forced to donate to the actual act of travelling is just the right amount to leave me to listen to music closely for prolonged amounts of time without getting bored. I therefore truly love travelling via public transport.

Naturally, I mainly have experience with fairly clean and modern public transport facilities, perhaps that troley you are referring to is just pure shit and doesnt allow for a proper appreciation of the momentary life of the road.



Well, most of our buses, trolleys etc are rather modern. HOWEVER, there are plenty of these old turds left as well. Plus on that particular route, the view is not very scenic either, I'm afraid...

inter-city/countryside routes are a whole different ball game.


P.S. Usually they're rather full as well, so that doesn't help.
Baz Anderson - 29.04.2008 at 18:31  
Hahahaha, what a great blog. But yeh, I also enjoy the odd public transport I use.. busses or trains..
I dread to think what they like over in Estonia.. hahaha
destroyah - 29.04.2008 at 19:06  
Written by Baz Anderson on 29.04.2008 at 18:31

Hahahaha, what a great blog. But yeh, I also enjoy the odd public transport I use.. busses or trains..
I dread to think what they like over in Estonia.. hahaha



Good example: http://www.tttk.ee/public/files/solaris_12.gif

Rolling Pooper: http://www.tttk.ee/index.php?page=93&

I think the old ones are getting more and more rare but i ALWAYS end up stumbling on the crappy ones.
Sunioj - 29.04.2008 at 19:38  
I can relate, I've been taking public transport my whole life and while it has its downsides, it sure as hell beats paying shitloads of money just to get a license, and then once you do have one, paying even more for insurance, gas etc.

The classic way of traveling here is by bus, I have to take the 'religious' bus to work where the women are separated from the men. What I do for kicks is let my hair down and sit facing opposite the direction of the bus so that from behind, no religious woman can tell if I'm a guy or not, so they sit down next to me, look at my facial hair, act surprised and sit somewhere else in panic.

But nothing beats the old high school days, where I would have to jump over boarder fences and catch the next ghetto-ass-midget mini van bus to get to work filled with people sneaking in to the israeli side to work/study.
Marcel Hubregtse - 29.04.2008 at 19:58  
I total;ly relate with this rant. Cause although I use fairly modern public transport on a daily basis I hate it. It is NOT relaxing.
GT - 29.04.2008 at 21:21  
Now this was a fun read. I actually LOL'ed a few times, making my girlfriend go: "What!? what are you laughing at?"
But on the subject: I'm with jupitreas here. Normally I like taking the bus for the exact same reasons he gave up above, but - there's always a but - some days it just doesn't work. That's the days where you are a little late and a little grumpy and the bus happens to be late, totally packed and driven by some fat cow with a fetish for hitting the brakes for no apparent reason. And if you're really lucky there's a shit load of noisy smelly kids there as well.
Luckily I don't have to take the bus very often since I have my bike and it's therefore not very often I'm that unlucky.

The only music that would suit the situation and comes to mind right now is Arch Enemy - We Will Rise
Collin - 30.04.2008 at 13:52  
Public transports make me want to go on a killing-everyone-around-me session. And since I don't have a car, it happens every day. They won't be surprised if one day I let go and start decapitating people around me with a little spoon. Transports are rather clean and new here, but they're always packed with smelly people - the smelliest of whom always end pressed up against me, this is a rule. Also, it's like all the crazy people of the city have secret plans to make my life miserable by talking to me about their psychological and physical issues (like pedophilia, the will to kill Jews, the envy to watch gay porn with me and a dozen rugby players or the need to fart loudly in order to not burst into flames - all these really happened to me). So, yes, I'm definitely with destroyah on this one.
Stalker - 30.04.2008 at 14:58  
Well, I must say that I understand what you are saying, totally.

Although I mostly use bus to go to the school and again home from school, for those 4 years of using it I could write a book about my experiences. For instance, when some idiot put a PIG (yes you read it right, a damn pig) in the luggage part, so you imagine taht smell, if you want, or for instance, very common thing in those old buses, if it rains outside, it rains inside too. Just imagine two guys sitting in a bus under an umbrella. Yeah, thats fun... And few years ago, it was common that bus is late 20-40 minutes, no one even bothered to comment that, if it doesnt come at all, than it was "oh... damn..."

Town public transport is very well described in your 1st post, so I wont bother on repeating that.
Trains are cheep as hell, but also slow, smelly, and dirty as you can imagine.
We also have really cheap taxis over here (the ones called 'wild taxi' or if you will, ones without licence) but the thing is with them, when they go from town to town, they will never drive you alone, they will put at least 4 more ugly bastards besides you, so, Ill better hope for a free seat in a bus.

And even if the bus is relatively free and new and all, one problem always remains, and that is - the music. And one particular kind of it, called "turbo folk" Well, if you didnt hear it, you cant imagine it, but it is a horror for every ears that have at least half of brain between them. Well, that how I started to listen Death Metal I needed something that will render impossible for that music to reach my ears...
Torelli - 30.04.2008 at 15:37  
Come on, public transport isn't that annoying. Sure, it isn't funny with an 30 + year old train that is freezing in the winter and boiling in the summer and is on top of that over-crowded with annoying characters. But for the most time, public transport offers serenity and time for reflection.And you can also meet the most odd characters(wich i consider is a plus) and it is a you say, alot of pretty girls usally is on the train/bus/subway etc.

To all of you that complain about public transport, it could have been worse:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axwMxUBL_ws
Lucas - 03.05.2008 at 16:16  
Written by Collin on 30.04.2008 at 13:52

like pedophilia, the will to kill Jews, the envy to watch gay porn with me and a dozen rugby players or the need to fart loudly in order to not burst into flames - all these really happened to me


You gotta be kidding me.

I'm going to give my Hellfest ticket away, no way I'm going on French public transport.
Collin - 03.05.2008 at 20:47  
Written by Lucas on 03.05.2008 at 16:16

Written by Collin on 30.04.2008 at 13:52

like pedophilia, the will to kill Jews, the envy to watch gay porn with me and a dozen rugby players or the need to fart loudly in order to not burst into flames - all these really happened to me


You gotta be kidding me.

I'm going to give my Hellfest ticket away, no way I'm going on French public transport.


As long as you're not with me, everything should be just fine

I have a long history of being a magnet to crazy people everywhere I go (ask Jeff, he knows all about my encounters with strange people)
destroyah - 03.05.2008 at 22:10  
Written by Collin on 03.05.2008 at 20:47

Written by Lucas on 03.05.2008 at 16:16

Written by Collin on 30.04.2008 at 13:52

like pedophilia, the will to kill Jews, the envy to watch gay porn with me and a dozen rugby players or the need to fart loudly in order to not burst into flames - all these really happened to me


You gotta be kidding me.

I'm going to give my Hellfest ticket away, no way I'm going on French public transport.


As long as you're not with me, everything should be just fine

I have a long history of being a magnet to crazy people everywhere I go (ask Jeff, he knows all about my encounters with strange people)



Same with me and AGAIN, especially while commuting. Once a guy started telling his life story - wife left him, he's fucked up, yadda-yadda. I don't mean to be insensitive (but then again I don't give a crap), but goddammit - no sharing while commuting!
Dangerboner - 04.05.2008 at 04:41  
Well, at least you can listen to music though. The public transportation here is too loud even to listen to headphones! But, I have a car so I should probably just stfu xD

Maybe you should try smelling worse than the other people?

BTW, nice song choices.
dismaleuphony - 05.05.2008 at 08:54  
Written by Collin on 03.05.2008 at 20:47

Written by Lucas on 03.05.2008 at 16:16

Written by Collin on 30.04.2008 at 13:52

like pedophilia, the will to kill Jews, the envy to watch gay porn with me and a dozen rugby players or the need to fart loudly in order to not burst into flames - all these really happened to me


You gotta be kidding me.

I'm going to give my Hellfest ticket away, no way I'm going on French public transport.


As long as you're not with me, everything should be just fine

I have a long history of being a magnet to crazy people everywhere I go (ask Jeff, he knows all about my encounters with strange people)

I can't wait until I get my first taste of the train in France next month now! Where I live in the US I am essentially forced to use a car to go anywhere (no bus, etc within nearly 10 miles), but from the looks of it, I don't think I am missing out.... ! Of course I do love weird people... just not smelly ones....
Fhuesc - 16.05.2008 at 05:14  
I think that the problem with public transportation, is the lack of interest of the government to support it. Imagine if the budget that's destined to stupid things, went to public transportation.
Anyway here in Mexico the public transport sucks to, but i'd never change the public transport for a car.
Southern Wind - 08.06.2008 at 08:50  
Public transport also sucks here, and also consider that this is a 6 million people city, so it can become really chaotic at the rush hours. Anyway, the 3 average hours I spend daily on buses and subway are the only time I really use for listening to music so it doeasn't really bothers me
Pétur - 10.06.2008 at 14:33  
Count me in as well. especially the Dutch trains suck a lot.
Ivan - 12.06.2008 at 11:23  
Awesome blog entry! Since I live in the same city, I know exactly what you mean - although nowdays I don't use public transport unless I really have to, prefering to go by bike or simply walk if it's too cold. Precisely because of the reasons described. But if I do go by bus, I always have my headphones on - this makes sure that no one tries to tell me their life story, and I don't have to listen to all the stupid conversations people make while commuting
K†ulu - 12.06.2008 at 12:55  
I think there are probably very few countries in Europe which worse public transport than in Ukraine. It does suck, but the traffic jams actually dissuaded me from a idea of having a car at all. and then the gas prices... But just like Southern Wind and Ivan I listen to music all the time when using the public transport. Otherwise, I can just die of boredom.
Fhuesc - 13.06.2008 at 02:35  
The benefits from the public transport, is that always something funny happens. Like a preacher from a crazy religion or a drunk homeless. It's always funny
Doc Godin - 19.06.2008 at 23:21  
Good god, I know that one. I hate public transit, frequently the bus will completely drive right past me while im waiting at the stop. Of course we dont have a fish market here, i just encounter homeless people who are drunk off mouth wash hassling me about why I should cut my hair and stop being a "Thrasher". Then They usually ask me if I like Guns N Roses, or AC/DC, or Metallica, homeless people love those bands.
Southern Wind - 21.06.2008 at 06:32  
Written by K†ulu on 12.06.2008 at 12:55

I think there are probably very few countries in Europe which worse public transport than in Ukraine. It does suck, but the traffic jams actually dissuaded me from a idea of having a car at all. and then the gas prices... But just like Southern Wind and Ivan I listen to music all the time when using the public transport. Otherwise, I can just die of boredom.


Nadia my Ukranian friend here, really misses her Kiev public transport.
Bad English - 21.06.2008 at 10:19  
Ok I was once in Tallinn ok by car and to port and to Helsinki, but I didnt saw busses from 50tie sins treets

Damn I hate we had trains from 50/60 whit wooden benches and wholes in window, doors and you know how fucking anoying are if in winter there +10*C isnide only,
and fucking gourement dont alove warm tarins inside because from taht lost fule driver pay from his own mone(and we're in EU)
Ok soem trains are good but 3 vagons when tahy need be 6 , ther elike in India where animals go too, a lot of people no place where sit and be

Busses ok mout of them are old and not good, but sorry if tahy go 20min leither, sometimes take short cut and dont stop in bussstations also that stupid converstaions there what people do and fucking mobile pfone music, how i wish soem skinheads go to those busses

also prises are huge and that there is no way out get home after 1900
Ernis - 12.07.2008 at 19:51  
Ok a nice joke about public transport.

A guy's riding the metro. An old lady with a bag enters the train and gives the guy a nudge. The guy removes his earplugs and the dialogue starts.
"Young man, do you know that I am a 5th level disabled person."
"5th? Of all the possible three levels?"
The lady says with a slight anger in her voice: "All right, I've got the third level then!"
"Third's the lowest level."
"ALL RIGHT! I am 1st level invalid!"
"Can't be. One's considered 1st level disabled if one has lost a body part or cannot use a part of a body or organs."
The lady starts to scream: "YOUNG MAN, I WANT TO SIT DOWN!"
"You want to take a seat? Why didn't you say it in the beginning?". The guy stands up.
The elderly lady stood for some moments, probably didn't get what was going on. Then she sat down and had the expression as if she were thinking about the meaning of life.
destroyah - 13.07.2008 at 08:39  
Written by Ernis on 12.07.2008 at 19:51

Ok a nice joke about public transport.

A guy's riding the metro. An old lady with a bag enters the train and gives the guy a nudge. The guy removes his earplugs and the dialogue starts.
"Young man, do you know that I am a 5th level disabled person."
"5th? Of all the possible three levels?"
The lady says with a slight anger in her voice: "All right, I've got the third level then!"
"Third's the lowest level."
"ALL RIGHT! I am 1st level invalid!"
"Can't be. One's considered 1st level disabled if one has lost a body part or cannot use a part of a body or organs."
The lady starts to scream: "YOUNG MAN, I WANT TO SIT DOWN!"
"You want to take a seat? Why didn't you say it in the beginning?". The guy stands up.
The elderly lady stood for some moments, probably didn't get what was going on. Then she sat down and had the expression as if she were thinking about the meaning of life.



That a true story? I wouldn't be surprised if it was. Some of the old geezers out there really feel like everybody's out to get them
Warman - 16.07.2008 at 02:23  
Public transports aren't that crowdy here, unless it's really late on a weekend or early during the work days.
Bad English - 17.07.2008 at 15:25  
Written by Warman on 16.07.2008 at 02:23

Public transports aren't that crowdy here, unless it's really late on a weekend or early during the work days.


I know and its good quality but you shood try Latvain public transport spevcely in Latgale or 50km away from Riga and ..... not much quality whit Pakistan
Ernis - 19.11.2008 at 18:35  
I dislike sardine treatment but unfortunately underground trains at rush hour and most buses are extremely prone to it in Beijing...it'll be especially awful when you're in a hurry and when the oceans of cars are blocking the roads and junctions and not only will you be waiting a lifetime for the small bus to arrive, you'll spend an even longer lifetime squashed inside the mass.....otherwise I ain't complaining....our underground system works fine, is relatively cheap and shiny clean....the only minus is crowds at some lines and transfer concourses plus the fact it closes after 10 PM.....
Warman - 20.11.2008 at 02:52  
I actually like taking the bus, subway or train. It's nice just sitting there, looking out the window, blasting Metal out of your headphones and have people looking horrified at you ("What's that satanic horrible music he's listening too? Poor guy, he was probably molested and sexually abused by his parents"). The best is when people actually change seats when I play my music really loud.
Fhuesc - 21.11.2008 at 05:27  
@warman: i really hate the people that puts his/her music too loud in the public transport or in their cars. I think it's a lack of respect to the other users, and that makes the ride more tedious than it should be.
Bad English - 21.11.2008 at 11:09  
Written by Fhuesc on 21.11.2008 at 05:27

@warman: i really hate the people that puts his/her music too loud in the public transport or in their cars. I think it's a lack of respect to the other users, and that makes the ride more tedious than it should be.


Come here here aall kid splay fucking hip hop in sel pfones, till skin head kick his face whit boote and broke it , realy it hepened, IMO we shood not fight against smoking in public places but against self pfone music in piblic places
Bad English - 21.11.2008 at 11:11  
Written by Warman on 20.11.2008 at 02:52

I actually like taking the bus, subway or train. It's nice just sitting there, looking out the window, blasting Metal out of your headphones and have people looking horrified at you ("What's that satanic horrible music he's listening too? Poor guy, he was probably molested and sexually abused by his parents"). The best is when people actually change seats when I play my music really loud.

Thats why I wanna go by train Stockholm-Lulea when there are midnight sun time
I liked public transport in Styockholm too, that fast train and airport bus are great, IMO in not home town(only westrer Europa) its amazing
Warman - 21.11.2008 at 14:23  
Written by Fhuesc on 21.11.2008 at 05:27

@warman: i really hate the people that puts his/her music too loud in the public transport or in their cars. I think it's a lack of respect to the other users, and that makes the ride more tedious than it should be.

Haha yeah, I hate it too! But I'm such a baby so I have to get my revenge on all the other people who does that. And I've also just found out that I hear really bad on my left ear. So what's loud to people next to me, isn't really that loud to me.
Stuart - 22.11.2008 at 17:30  
@warman, its really annoying and downright rude when people play music loud on public transport, learn some consideration to other people. plus music just sounds shit when its loud enough to be heard but not loud enough to be enjoyed.

If you catch public transport regularly and see the same fuckers everyday who are equally annoying (for doing things like playing music to loud), a great song is Nick cave's - O'Malleys Bar. Ok so its actualy about killing everybody in a bar and not about a bus, but you can imagine that its killing every fucker on that bus. I know its not metal, but what is more metal than an entire album about murder?!
nana.MD - 24.11.2008 at 09:17  
...lol there's alot of hot chicks around making viking men happy haha...well there's nothing like that in mexico, at least for girls like me :p

...music always makes things better, i sometimes get stuck into traffic for a long long time but if there's good music i don't get that desperate...
-DC-002- - 26.11.2008 at 03:26  
I always listen to music on the bus if I'm by myself. I sometimes wonder If people can hear it clearly because I can't really tell. I do turn it down just in case if there's a sleeping baby or something like that near me. You know, because I'm such a swell guy
Stuart - 29.11.2008 at 02:59  
All people need to do is buy a good pair of earphones and job done, you can listen to it as loud as you like and nobody will hear it
Marcel Hubregtse - 29.11.2008 at 18:33  
Written by Stuart on 29.11.2008 at 02:59

All people need to do is buy a good pair of earphones and job done, you can listen to it as loud as you like and nobody will hear it


Agreed.

But I don't mind it too much when I can hear music seep through people's headphones. What I find annoying is when morons play their music through their mobile phone so that everyone can hear their crappy taste in music. I notice that this is usually done by people that like RnB. They actually think the entire world likes that annoying music
When I tell them to turn it down or put on headphones the usual answer I get: "But this is good music everyone likes." NO IT IS NOT, you fucking moron. Don't bug me with your annoying RnB cause I don't bug you with my taste in music now do I?
Thryce - 29.11.2008 at 19:50  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 29.11.2008 at 18:33

What I find annoying is when morons play their music through their mobile phone so that everyone can hear their crappy taste in music. I notice that this is usually done by people that like RnB. They actually think the entire world likes that annoying music

Indeed, this is highly annoying. Not so long ago I took the bus with one of these guys sitting all alone on the back seat, acting really "tough" and "badass". He had ginger hair, his one ear was pierced with of on those sparkling little diamonds and he was wearing a white "michelin man" jacket with a fur collar - indeed, quite the fashion-conscious fellow. But also his taste in music was quite deplorable, playing RnB and similar crap really loud through his fancy mobile phone. But suddenly this song popped on... He tried not to lose his face by tapping his feet on the floor, only making it worse of course. After a minute or so (and a long grin from my side), he embarrassedly turned off his phone and quietly kept looking at the floor until his stop.


Headphones, people! Headphones. That is all.
Hamird - 29.11.2008 at 21:16  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 29.11.2008 at 18:33

What I find annoying is when morons play their music through their mobile phone so that everyone can hear their crappy taste in music. I notice that this is usually done by people that like RnB. They actually think the entire world likes that annoying music



Oh, it's seriously annoying. Specially when you are in the underground metro at 6a.m and hear the noise.. And as you mentioned they're mostly Rap and R n' B. I
think after the invention of headphones it's logical not to share your music with others..
I use my headphones to get rid of those music and listen to mine.
flickaa - 18.08.2009 at 05:44  
I never been to the east coast but amerikan public transportation has generally a bad reputation its horrible... I've ridden buses in Los Angeles.. its a piece of shit i might as well walk than sit with a bunch of homeless...
Ernis - 19.08.2009 at 12:57  
Written by Thryce on 29.11.2008 at 19:50

But suddenly this song popped on...

Headphones, people! Headphones. That is all.

What song was it?

Concerning headphones, the large ones make quite a lot of noise, the ones that are outside ears also tend to do that...the small headphones that go inside the ears also let all the sound out....the only ones that don't do that are the small rubber ones that go inside the ear...the rubber doesn't let them drop out (good for my hedgehog size ears) plus the rubber seems to make them soundproof....
Don Martin - 27.03.2010 at 21:50  
Dear god, I hate buses. I ain't in one frequently but bus drivers in Belgium seem to be blind, down-syndrome monkeys. Me and my friend were returning from school once and we come to this street and the whole street is packed with at least six buses. Now let me tell ya, the street was about 6 meters wide and between all the six buses there was a massive crowd of people and cyclists. I could slay infants at moments like that...
johnharrison - 12.07.2012 at 15:13  
Thats definitely a bad day for you.. right now im looking for aftermarket auto parts bargain to repair my car.. so that i wont experience what you did..

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