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By shaft2112 - / Thursday 3 December 2015 20:19 / Germany - Emsdetten
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  Jazze_fml  |  10

i have no idea if this would have worked where this guy lives but when i was very young a similar thing happened to my mom though without the rain. her solution was to call a cab and hand the bill to the bus company.

By  Cads1  |  24

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Cads1  |  24

True, but he would have arrived at the bus stop 5 minutes earlier than he did and not missed the bus. Versus leaving home when he did and missed the bus?

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  derangedplanet  |  23

Right as you may be, if that was the case they could have a little at work then left and caught the next bus. the buses are 15 mins apart. not like an hour. I think the real problem here was being left out in the rain. which is probably why they didn't leave early.

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  Cads1  |  24

At the risk of being banned for a week again, I offer a different view. Why should the bus driver force everyone else on the bus to change their schedules for one person who can't sort out their own life?

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What are you talking about #31? OP didn't miss the bus, the bus driver was an ass, stared at him while he was approaching the bus, closed the door, and continued to stare at him as he drove away. Now it would be different if he was half a block away and saw the boss leaving and the driver stared while he drove by. And I feel the other people on the boss could afford to wait maybe two minutes for OP to get on.

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It'd be a different story if the guy was pretty far away and could see the bus pull away, but here, he was only a few meters from it-that'd be changing other peoples' schedules by about ten seconds. Not a big deal, in my opinion.

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  ThatOneChick856  |  35

#31- If waiting five extra seconds for a disabled to be able to board the bus fucks up your schedule, it is ALL on you for being a lazy dumbass who couldn't just get up a little earlier to catch an earlier bus to get to your destination on time. Hell, even if I was running late, I'd blame myself- not the poor soul struggling to get on public transport.

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  ChimeraThorne  |  19

I've had drivers leave early and leave me and 2 Young kids stranded in torrential downpours. (Bus was virtually empty so space wasn't a problem). He even watched me run up the road and pulled away as I got to the door. Sometimes drivers are assholes,

By  Mathalamus  |  22

Well, that's mean. Let them be dickified assholes. Complaining will do nothing, or nothing worth the energy.

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