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By  Eila1996  |  5

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  Jac_d_ipper  |  10

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  Eila1996  |  5

38- Thank you!! :) 35: I'm sorry if I offended you, I wasn't trying to hog the comments or turn the story into my own, I was simply trying to relate to the OP, and share a similar story!

By  hnz  |  13

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  cosmosis  |  12

Im surprised the transit officers just kick offenders off the train. Im curious to know if there was a fine too. Here in sydney, getting caught train jumping will get you a nasty fine and a lunch date with a magistrate.

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  foshizzle82  |  7

In Melbourne they call your home to verify you are who you say you are. I will never forget getting a phone call at 6am one morning asking if my sister lived at this address. I thought it was the police and that she had been in an accident. Took years off my life. Assholes.

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  louiseth  |  9

Melbourne has the worst ticket system I have ever experienced. I touched on, ran into a ticket inspector, their machine said I hadn't touched on and I got a massive fine. From that day onwards I vowed to be a proud fare evader! :)

By  Major_Whupass  |  3

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That's not how life works. There isn't some superior being throwing good and bad luck around. We aren't destined for a certain fate. Tomorrow isn't decided already. You make your own decisions, and those decisions go on to affect what happens next. Sometimes you get affected by other people's decisions and that does suck. OP didn't start the day destined for something bad to happen. It just did through a series of events, leading up to the "bad luck".

By  TurtleSmile  |  14

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By  fuzion50  |  6

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  fuzion50  |  6

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  WritingWrongs  |  8

-39, calling him an asshole? That's taking things a little too far. And having morals is not being self-righteous; granted, some people can be a little uppity about it, but having good morals at all is rare in today's society.

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  mduffy08  |  8

They didn't pay for a service; that's their fault. If everyone forgot to pay for the service then there would not be enough money to run the train. Simple.

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  thepokemonkid  |  9

-39 Calling him a righteous asshole for showing that there is still hope in humanity is just as bad as someone not telling you that you are a giant dickwad for stereotyping all nice people into the kind who shove it down your throat.

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  MrBond007_fml  |  6

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  MrBond007_fml  |  6

Right, but there is no way a teacher could check your homework on a non school day, therefore increasing the chances of your teacher checking your homework on the one day you didn't do your homework from 1/365 to 1/180.

By  hunterluv1  |  20

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  sirsquab  |  12

Big train, lots of doors, one driver. The rest is often passengers. It's mostly an honor system, with random checks every now and then to keep people honest.

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  hunterluv1  |  20

17: Thank you for explaining, haha. I wasn't trying to be smart or anything, just I figured like the movies or an airport, you had to buy a ticket before you could get through. guess I was wrong. :)

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  annie_nk  |  22

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  wolfhausen  |  7

30 said she might "seem" like a grammar nazi, not that she is. Plus she politely admitted its a personal peeve and even suggested she understood where they were coming from. No need for insults! :)

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  annie_nk  |  22

66 - Thank you :) I certainly wasn't trying to come off as rude and I'm not a grammar nazi. I mess up too so I can't claim to be one. I don't even want to be one.

By  cookie_3008  |  4

Listen, I can be very clueless myself, but how do you FORGET to pay for a TRAIN TICKET. Its like going to the movies and being totally unaware that you havent paid for the entry. Anyway... I hope you were able to travel eventually.

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  emilyjgraham  |  34

actually no it's not... to get into the cinema you have to show your ticket in the first place. with trains it's a case of buy it at the station or sometimes, like in the UK, you can buy them on the train. if you're in a hurry or not 100% focussed on doing something it's quite easy to forget something.

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  cookie_3008  |  4

I get your point. ^_^ OP lives in Ontario, and so do I.. So Im guessing OP was riding VIA or GO trains, and the times Ive ridden the train Ive had to show my ticket even before getting to the platform... But then again I live in Toronto, maybe OP lives were there is a smaller station and it is possible to "forget" and just jump in. ... And the clocking in thing at work, has happened to me too. =)

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  jelly713  |  19

If you're lets say, are desperate to catch your train, it's easy to go check if it's on it's way & then panic when it's there. Then you'll end up trying to hurry up & jump on forgetting to pay for a ticket.

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