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Old 11-02-2007, 07:57 PM   #1
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Its not very comfy, and It could definately have more room like my Bonne, but its GREAT on gas, and costs ALLOT less than drivin the Bonne into the City............













































Ugggh Public Transportation is fine and dandy when its in the middle of the day, but when its rush hour? This is how it is for most of the ride home. Sometimes I want to push people that stand too close to me, or reach long for the grab bar only to have their forearm level with my head as we move down the rail. Some people lean on my hand when im trying to hold onto the bar while riding . Then you have the backpackers that swing into you and dont even realize that it sticks out 12 inches from their back. Duh!!

Good thing is, I am saving over $200 per month using this method of transportation, and I even get a nice one mile walk home from the train station unless im fortunate enough to catch the bus that drops me right outside of my building.

It did take some getting used to, but in another week or so? Ill be a Pro at it!!
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Don't shower before ya leave for work in the morinings and don't use deodorant.

You'll have plenty of room and no one will be leaning on ya
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Hahaha - when ever I have to go downtown I usually take the bus. Parking lots go for about $5/hr and the bus is $1 each way.
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Scott, I swear some people do that on the train, but its still always packed. lol Im just glad that im not that close to the offending rider!!

Tim, thats about the going rate for parking in Bostons building lots.

I used to park at a $10 lot, but the owners have decided to develope the property and put office buildings up, so about 650 cars have to find a new place to park soon. Ive had mornings that I ran late and the lot was full..... lol talk about a bad start to a normally good day.
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