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Sunday, June 22, 2014

Blocked the aisle with the stroller, then blocked the quad, then blocked the seats by putting feet and crap everywhere. Rush hour. Friday. Barrie.

9 comments:

Bicky said...

*le sigh* really? She had to be on a rush hour train with all stuff? Training the young'uns early, I guess...

Anonymous said...

and three very loud boys standing on the seats, first in that quad, then in the adjacent ones as the train emptied.

Anonymous said...

why not tell the lady about the accessability coach ? if you are not comfortable with that , perhaps tell your CSA to make a friendly reminder announcement and they will be more than glad to do so !

C.J. Smith said...

Telling the CSA doesn't mean she'll move.

C.J. Smith said...

Annnnnd, telling her won't make a difference either. The point being most of the adults we encounter on our train travels are very much aware of their inconsiderate behavior. They just don't care about us. These people can't be fixed. I don't even think they feel ashamed. Their sense of entitlement, that their comfort is more important than ours, is a deep rooted psychological issue that continues to breed commuter rage among those of us who do give a shit about the courteous role we play in society.

Bicky said...

I am hoping to pick up tips on how to combat this type of thing in the book I'm currently reading, "Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck" by Amy Alkon.

Squiggles said...

Just imagine all the extra effort it took to lug that thing into a normal coach!

Anonymous said...

And then we have double-decker buses, which are a whole other story: http://bit.ly/1m5IUIj

Pat Centeno said...

Imagine getting off at Ajax already handicapped with 4 doors closed off. Trying to rush to the exits.