Thursday, February 3, 2011

Don't even think about touching that cord.

I haven't gone on a pointless, over harsh and highly overreacting rant for a while, so with out any further ado...

You wanna know what really grinds my gears? People who pull the stop request cord on the Gables buses for section 4 of A-Lot. Non-Gables residents probably won't get what I'm talking about, but if you live in the Gables and have been in that situation, you know exactly what I mean. Every time I've seen someone request a stop for section 4 the entire bus, including the driver, gives them a massive death glare. And I want to stab them in the face. I mean section 2, which is a required stop, is like 100 yards away. You really can't walk 100 extra yards to your car you lazy, selfish human being? If you can even call yourself a human being for putting all the other riders through that excruciating wait. Okay, that might be a little harsh, but still you're inconveniencing a bus full of college students (for about 27 entire seconds I might add) who just want to get back to their apartment so they can drink themselves stupid on a Thursday night. College is only four years long and it goes by quick, I need to take advantage of every second I have here to have some fun. Get off the bus at section 2 and take advantage of the short walk to get some exercise. Because obesity really is a problem in America. That's all I'm trying to get at here...

Stay classy, not UMassy.


  1. I got a rant that tops that.

    How about both the hockey game being sold out in 30 minutes when you know that about half the fans don't regularly go to the games and to the other fucking douchebags trying to sell them.

    agree or disagree

  2. ^Agree.

    I had a few friends wait in line for us (i owe them big time). I can't go to the saturday game, so i'm gunna give the ticket to someone. Selling it would be a real dbag move

  3. People trying to sell tickets does really suck and it's super lame that kids are doing that...

    but you got to know that maine games always sell out quickly. last year was just weird that there were some tickets left so late... my freshman year i went around 7 or 8 am. this year my roommates went at 9 and they got some of the last one's available.

  4. agree with 1st comment, I was prob. 20-30 people away from the ticket office when they officially sold out on monday which is a bummer. some people are just scumbags

  5. i feel your pains, the box office got some more tickets today to gave out, the girl said they were all given away in 10 mins, now i get to watch the game on NESN while fairweather girl fans, yes I said girls, who show up to the game, take pictures, don't know what sieve means, and post the pictures nobody cares about on facebook

  6. As a bus driver, I COMPLETELY AGREE...fucking bastards