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Would the robber have selected that Wells Fargo branch if the Red Line did not exist? That's usually the type of argument the old guard anti-transit groups use.

This is all so silly. Here, let me take a bus out to your McMansion, rob you of your 60" T.V., and then wait for my bus at the bus stop along side a busy road on the edge of your subdivision with the T.V.... said/thought no smart criminal ever.

Happy New Year to all!

by Transport. on Dec 28, 2012 5:19 pm • linkreport

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