Mass Transit Is Like Inviting 20 Strangers Into Your Car Outside a Prison

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    I worked transit police for the first couple years out of academy. All the scum frequent public transport.
     
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    Those kids were just trying to have some fun. God bless em'. :)
     
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    Somebody did something...
     
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    Thanks, Marion. :)
     
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    Mpls. CityCouncil has welcomed the homeless onto the new light rail system to keep warm.

    Now we have urine reeking, vomit covered addicts passed out on the trains for hours at a time.


    Way for the city to make already heavily subsidized failing mass transit even more unattractive to the working folks.
    Train to nowhere: Twin Cities light rail becomes home for the homeless
     

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