Category Archives: Public Transit

Billy’s Bumps

He sadly wiped the remaining bits of chewed nuts and cranberry juice off his pants as he tried to will himself to go back into the main cabin.  It wasn’t the poor child’s fault that he vomited – his mother … Continue reading

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Marshall’s Mid-Day Interview

He surreptitiously ucapped the Old Spice deodorant and slipped it up into his armpit.  The receptionist looked fairly distracted by the cute animal YouTube video she was watching on her gigantic computer in full view of the entire reception area, … Continue reading

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Ginny the Life Coach

If I mess up and doublebook patients one more time this week, I’m going to take that braided rope I got to add to my ceiling-to-floor curtains as a decorative touch and just strangle myself.  This new computer system is … Continue reading

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Greta the Pharma Rep

Greta looked at the mileage on the rental car and made a physical (not mental, that got her into trouble in Houston last month) note of the number.  Luckily this was not a very long trip, she would just dip … Continue reading

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Grandma Doris’ Commute

I really hope no one can hear what I’m listening to.  My son promised that these headphones were sound canceling on both sides – I can’t hear the other people on the bus, and they can’t hear what I’m listening … Continue reading

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Bus in the Wind

It’s a cold one tonight!  Good thing someone thought to cut the paths out to the bus on the sides of the street, cause there was no way I was gettin over them myself.  Not with the way the 22 … Continue reading

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Patrick the Questioning Commuter

Patrick hadn’t read the Bible since his expulsion from Catholic elementary school, but he couldn’t imagine that Jesus would want his missionaries of the faith in Chicago wearing such terrible shoes.  They were Walmart-brand tennis shoes, generic as hell, and … Continue reading

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