Started by Buzz Killington, March 09, 2012, 09:54:10 PM
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QuoteAs I saw it at the time: The bell was rung by kindergarten students who were used to bus drivers that only stopped at certain stops. This bus driver stopped at every stop. The first time he stopped and no one got off, the bus driver gave a warning. These kids being around 5-6 years old didn't get the message and pressed it again. At the next stop when no one got off, he proceeded to tell us to "get the f**k off my bus". His words, not mine. When I explained that the primary kids were used to bus drivers that stopped at certain stops, he proceeded to say "That's b*llsh*t". He refused to let us back on the bus until some other kids threatened to complain to ACTION about his behavior. Most of us high schoolers decided to walk home but the primary kids being young were unable to and got back on the bus. Also, the bus was 485 and not 458. This is what I, a first hand witness of the event saw. Make of that what you will.
Quote from: Buzz Killington on March 09, 2012, 11:28:24 PMThe same thing (pressing the bell, not getting off) used to happen on my school bus in high school every now and then (as I'm sure it does on many of them).