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PDA on BART

I am not a fan of public displays of affection in most situations. I’m not talking about a quick embrace or a sweet peck on the lips. I am referring to the people who don’t seem to notice the 42 … Continue reading

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Botox on BART

Now that I am fast approaching 30, the tell-tale signs of aging are catching up with me. In recent months I have become a tiny bit obsessed with the idea of Botox. Don’t judge me. It’s not for everyone and I am … Continue reading

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Bitchy on Bart

When I leave the office and fight for my 7 inches of space on BART I tend to be too tired to do much more than stand there. While bracing myself from the jolts and bumps thrown my way, I sometimes … Continue reading

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Fashion Update

Extreme behavior was kept to a minimum today. No screaming, fighting or strange smells. Just lots individuals expressing their sense of style. Fashion Plate #1: The 80’s Secretary. She was equipped with neon pink lipstick, feathered hair sprayed witin an … Continue reading

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The Dirty, Sweet & Illegal

I am going to attempt to re-cap the last month of people watching while in transit… The Dirty  BART is a dirty ride. There is no doubt in my mind that frightful disease, microbicrobial creatures and maybe even the occasional feral cat … Continue reading

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Stinky Gus

I assumed that because I ride BART at the same time each morning that I would start to recognize a few ‘regulars.’ My compadres in public transit. Strangely enough, the only regular has been an old homeless guy that I … Continue reading

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Handicap on the Train

Today I am proud to be a BART passenger. The average BART car contains a bizarre sampling of people from all walks of life where high-level executives mingle with hipsters, school age children and the elderly. In the last couple … Continue reading

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