The Grouchy Greyhound Bus Driver

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 4 years ago in

Zero tolerance on his bus! Respect his Authoritah!
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Male 145
You misspelled "awesome".
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Male 878
Oh, and people who use their phone to text and call in cinemas after the polite reminder at the beginning of the movie are real asshats. And anybody who wear a blinking bluetooth earpiece when not on the phone are douches.
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Male 878
As cell phones became more popular any manners associate with their use have been lost. It used to be bad manners to use them at the table. Now it appears that people in restaurants accept this. Even using them in a public toilet now seems to be accepted.
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Male 1,313
It`s not the context of the lecture, it`s the length of the lecture. drating say it and be done with it.
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Male 5,314
not unreasonable
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Male 449
All he`s doing is asking the people be respectful and show some manners.
I work in customer service, and every time someone comes to the counter talking on their cell, I just want to bash their ******* teeth out with it. They`re too ******* stupid to even comprehend that they`re being incredibly rude. Remember people, someday I might contract a terminal illness and it`ll play out a little like this.Enloy :)
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Male 5,811
robosnitz: [quote]Obviously,they`re the ones who need reminded about common courtesy.[/quote]
Says the guy who admitted to putting superglue in a neighbour`s door locks. Maybe you should grow up a bit.
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Male 2,737
Most of the peeps on this post from ages 18-29 are bitchin` about his lecture.Obviously,they`re the ones who need reminded about common courtesy.Grow up you spoiled bastards.
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Male 2,737
Sounds like a black dude.Complaining about black people.Going to DC.Lol.
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Male 5,811
Crochety would be better. Oh so I can`t talk on my phone on the bus? F*ck off.
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Male 1,104
wow, and he hasn`t even covered eating and drinking on the bus, and using the lavatory yet. that`s going to be a fun 4 1/2 h ride ...
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Male 1,104
he did say please.
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Male 700
And then they crashed and everyone died?
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Male 390
A little long, but more power to this chauffeur. These things should be understood by 8 year olds.

This is only necessary because people have no regard for others, no self control or manners in 2012. Everyone is the center of the universe.
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Male 2,344
Grouchy? Seemed pretty calm to me. Just a weathered driver delivering a passive aggressive message of the written rules. I think he took an appropriate approach.
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Male 162
You can see from the window shot that this is the NJ Turnpike. This schedule to DC from NYC stops in Newark, NJ. It would APPEAR to me that this driver has just left Newark and is now laying down the law because there were loud passengers from NYC to Newark. I drive Greyhound myself and give a quick announcement when I start the trip. will often have passengers complain to me about other passengers (loud cellphones, headphones, smoking, having sex, etc).. So I have to make a longer, formal announcement when leaving the first stop.. Then just have the offending passenger removed after that, and they can`t say they weren`t warned. Usually a detailed warning is enough. Having the State Police board the bus and remove a passenger is a major inconvenience to the other passengers that have to make connections down the road.
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Male 21
I`d rather listen to somebody`s cell phone conversation than being lectured to for 3 minutes. Give me a break about the rules buddy, just drive the bus and cut the presentation down to about 1 minute.
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Female 1,236
I ride the bus to & from work, rather than drive, & I have seen people doing the most remarkable bullcr*p on the bus. Apart from the sex stories (too many to relate here) I have seen a dude make a f*cking HAM SANDWICH on the bus. A woman talking on her cell phone about an abortion she had JUST had! I can go on, but I`m sure you get the picture. I wish this bus driver was my regular bus driver--it would be a much more peaceful--if boring--ride.
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Male 24
Sounds like Robin Williams
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Male 3,061

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Male 228
"...Greyhound passengers." I have worked in a position where passengers were catered to and I do understand where he`s coming from. I agree with what he says. Still, he should also remember that the very people he is talking to are also, "...Greyhound passengers". If these are all corporation rules, that`s all he has to say. If they`re personal peeves, then he needs to get support from his supervisor.
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Male 201
he`s being reasonable, and it`s ground rules that helps meany, and if you gotta have the phone one, there`s texting, just saying

he`s being reasonable to the majority, not being grouchy, just double saying
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Male 220
Tehhippie - I agree
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Male 3,310
If you don`t want to hear my typical conversational volume half of a phone conversation then quit eavesdropping. Plain and simple. You can`t complain about the conversation one seat over. And just because you can only hear one side of mine, even though you want to nose in on the whole thing and it just gets your panties in a wad that you can`t, get the F over it you creepy busy body. Worry about your own life. Go find some busy intersection down town and just walk around listening and panty wadding or whatever floats your goat but don`t start with me. Go listen to the subway smellies talk to themselves and try to figure out the conversation, because that`s all you have to do on this earth. Be retarded and get...wait...this was greyhound? Who cares what happens on that stinky stage coach?
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Male 30
We use to provide Greyhound service from the hotel where I work. I can see where this is totally necessary judging from the riders I met there. Talk about the ignorant unwashed masses. It`s sad that so many people live without any kind of dignity whatsoever.
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Male 674
That was a script to Saint Hood! We`ve all been there and it sucks when you pay out of pocket and Sandra and Kerry talk about Rob`s penis for 45 minutes, and giggle and scream and whatever...

Rob and Tony drink their under-cover gin-n-juice and talk out loud how they gonna bust paul`s drating scull open nex times they see em and..OH drat MAN! DUDE! I GOTTA A CALL FROM KELLY! BITCH IS ON A GREYHOUND TOO MOFU!...Now that`s my girl with golf balls and garden hoses and little white dusts around her noses.

That bus driver`s self proclaimed 30 something years of service must be real. I tip my hat and my beer in his direction!
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Male 2,593
As a person that rides the train every weekday, this guy is my new hero
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Male 166
People are retarded, they need to be reminded multiple times to STFU.
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Male 1,625
Back in my day... Blah blah blah. We get it. You don`t like cellphones. DRIVE THE BUS ALREADY!
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Female 6,381
Suicism:
Huh? You wouldn`t have been able to see the future well enough to restrain yourself?
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Male 3,631
At a certain point I feel myself compelled to lash-out with "Ok, dude, we get it!" Seriously, I don`t think I would have been prescient enough to restrain myself.
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Male 878
At first I thought he could be shorter too, but then I realized that dumb f**ks don`t hear anything unless you repeat it at least three times or more.
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Male 2,592
Bus driver needs to stfu and drive. Or get smacked across the lips. Phones ring. People take calls. Lemme call the whaambulance for you if this bothers you. Bus driver is a piece of shxt. I`ll never take a greyhound after watching this. I`ll never put up with this type of bullshxt from a bus driver. Do your fxcking job and don`t ever talk to your customers like that.
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Male 1,239
The policy is fine, telling folks is fine, but talking about caring about your customers while talking to them as though they are retarded 9 year olds is not needed. He could have said the rules and consequences in a tactful way and certainly without repeating them 5 times.
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Male 7,123
Grouchy? No, doing his job.
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Male 38,483

I agree but someone should tell him that
"Brevity" is the soul of wit.
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Male 2,579
I`ve thought this since the 1st grade.
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Male 5,874
Full marks to the man! How many times have you sat on the bus with a noisy dolt next to you? The one that you would love to give a good slap? Nail `em up! hangin`s too good for `em! etc etc...
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Male 376
I once had to take a greyhound from Seattle to Houston. 5 day trip. Barely slept a wink because of people on their cell phones.

The smells were interesting too.

Someone give them man a medal because he`s a modern day hero.
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Male 1,404
4 hours on a bus is something I never want to be that drunk, broke or desperate to have to do ever again.
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Male 1,754
This is amazing. My gf chooses not to drive and rides public transit like a grand master level 9000 goddess, and she will LOVE this lol. I already emailed her the link. This is hilarious. There are so many jerks on buses...
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Male 2,552
This dude is awesome!
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Male 1,341
Wonder if he has ever thought that he is disturbing the passengers by not shutting up?

Although I can understand why he has to cover so many things that would just seem like common courtesy.. I bet he sees a lot of bullpoo.
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Male 2,468
Could have been shorter but right on dude.
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Male 1,249
NO GUM POP-PIN
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Male 6,737
I would not be traveling Greyhound again.
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Male 189
This man deserves his pay and then some.
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Female 2,764
long winded
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Male 2,670
I agree with him. Most of the Great Unwashed need their freaking cell phones shoved up their nasty asses.
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Female 8,044
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