Busin it.

This is gonna make me sound like an asshole, but I am, so it's all good. It really irks me when people in wheelchairs get on regular buses. I mean this pisses me off to no end. They get on, and the bus driver has to spend 20 minutes flipping up the seats

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Published October 19, 2006.Busin it.

This is gonna make me sound like an asshole, but I am, so it's all good. It really irks me when people in wheelchairs get on regular buses. I mean this pisses me off to no end. They get on, and the bus driver has to spend 20 minutes flipping up the seats, and strapping them down. Meanwhile, everyone else on the bus has to sit, and wait. I've been late for a job interview before because of this. My whole gripe is that they have a whole goddamned fleet of those little access-a-busses dedicated to moving their crippled asses around town, yet for some reason, some of them choose instead to inconvenience an entire bus load of normal people. Yeah, maybe the access-a-bus stops are few and far between. But so what? It's not like they have to walk anyway. They're the minority, they should work around us and wheel themselves the extra couple of blocks to short bus stop. I mean come on, I can't get on their busses if the stop happens to closer, so why can they get on our bus?

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