|2005-06-26 22:48:00||apathetic||Amused to Death-Roger Waters-Amused to Death|
Blogged simply as examples of life’s rich travesty, and the amusing thought that bus tribulations, just like buses themselves, don’t occur for ages, then several occur at once.
- The air-conditioning failed on the bus taking and I to Glenrothes this afternoon. and fellow passengers travelling further on this route were transferred to another vehicle and went on their merry way.
- After visiting a friend in Glenrothes, I got back to Glenrothes bus station and found that the toilets had closed at 7·. I was in dire need of a toilet and by the time I’d found one and returned to the bus station, my bus to St Andrews had departed.
- An hour later, the next bus to St Andrews appeared to arrive. However, this bus’ fan-belt had broken en route from Dunfermline and so this bus was going no further. The driver contacted his depot to arrange a replacement bus. It arrived a few minutes later, allowing resumption of the journey without further delay…
- …until a ticket inspector boarded at Cupar, causing a few minute’s more delay as passengers scrabbled for their screwed-up, tossed-away tickets
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