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I'm with you, a bit tongue-in-cheek. My junior high school bus was packed, we sat three to a seat, and there were all sorts of arguments, name calling, etc... The Fairfax Connector bus I ride is great. Mostly people just talk about work, complain about traffic, read a paper (the older pax do this with an acutal paper; the younger pax use an iPad/iPhone, etc...-- funny to see) or tap away at their e-mail.

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