Category Archives: SEPTA

Pet Peeve.

I find it funny when some women (yes women) get on the bus and THEN dig into their purse for fare money or their TransPass. When you left where you were you must have known you were going to take … Continue reading

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Like a bad penny.

If you were to take internet activity as a sign of life, than I have been off the grid since December 26 2016. Such is not the case. Continue reading

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I HATE wild goose chases.

I was going to go up to the Northeast to use Northeast Regional Library but it was closed to fix the air-conditioning.  Here is what my trip looked like: Rt43->El->Rt58, lunch, find out NER is closed, Rt58->El->Rt43, then home.  I … Continue reading

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Lets see what can go wrong now.

On my way to the library on Saturday the 19th of December, I stopped at the Liberty Place food court for something to eat.  I was expecting crowds and I was not disappointed, I was surprised to see that the … Continue reading

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Greetings from the future home of Pope-a-palooza!

Plans are being made to restrict parking during World Meeting of Families and the two day visit of Pope Francis. The traffic is already crazy.  Parts of the Ben Franklin Parkway are closed off for the construction of the stage … Continue reading

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SEPTA Problems.

‎3/‎11/‎2015 4:57 PM Route 43 Westbound 16th and Spring Garden St. Bus #5803 Block #9413 Driver name-tag said Howard. Older black male in his early 50’s. I was in the process of exiting the bus via the rear door. I … Continue reading

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Things you find out when you don’t care.

I was travelling on a RT32 bus recently.  As it passed Robinson Luggage, I noticed they were having a “Going Out of Business” sale.  This of course means that the prices will be hiked up 100%, and then there will … Continue reading

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