Thursday, April 2, 2009

Dear MTA,


[photo courtesy katrobbb]

Dear MTA,

I know you do your best to try to keep people off the train if they're not feeling well. Those signs are really effective, I'm sure.

But seriously, when someone is sick on the train - in a station - is it actually necessary to halt all trains behind it for fifteen minutes? Here's a tip: GET THE SICK PERSON OFF THE TRAIN. THEN START MOVING. You're in the station! It's so simple!

That is, of course, unless "sick passenger" is code for "we ran someone over." In that case, carry on.

I punch you,
Anna

2 comments:

robokat said...

preach. it. sister!

Kinslerbot said...

agreed. Also, please don't hike all our fares up a ridiculous amount and then cut service. Especially in Queens - those people don't play.

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