Lane Jensen returns

Lane Jensen returns

Saturday, November 19, 2011

CHICKEN SHIT COPS IN DAVIS, CALIFORNIA

Government goon squads torture citizens

EDITORIAL


The truth is that she DID NOT kick her off the bus, she said she couldn't roll with a screaming baby.

The media has the story wrong, as usual.

Ross notices that Neil had his house painted since google maps posted it

CLICK HERE!

Claudine had been in the news before!

It's nearly moving day for mobile home parks

Portland legend/58 rider Michael Krupp (blue man) addresses the city council

So this is Jessica Bucciarelli

Those of us that read and research TRIMET material are familiar with this name.  This picture comes from an insert in the paychecks of employees.

WEEKLY READERSHIP REPORT

France makes #10!

MORE BUREAUCRACY AT TRIMET

This position reports to the Public Art Program Manager


Now they have a manager, a coordinator, what's next? 
An assistant administrator?
TRIMET- "#1 at wasting your tax dollars"
"Mission Critical!"

FIRST TRANSIT WORKERS OCCUPY MCFARLANES HOUSE!

Local union members protest LIFT agreement with TriMet subcontractor outside general manager's house
Pictures are below:

OCCUPY NEIL MACFARLANES HOUSE

Is going on right now! A live report sends us the following information;

-Neil is not home-

-One neighbor supports the occupation one neighbor does not!

-About 40 people are participating in the occupation-

Occupy Portland

Bus driver attacked

MARTA bus driver Andrea Andrews had picked up a passenger in Grant Park last week and just turned east on Memorial Drive when the man protested the direction the bus was headed. He wanted to go downtown.
He slugged the 41-year-old driver in the face after Andrews said she couldn’t return his fare, a fight ensued and the assailant fled, according to a police report.

Atlanta bus driver attacks on the rise  | ajc.com

DO NOT become a bus driver!

"You're always working in front of an audience. If one person is mad at you, chances are there are probably more people in the bus who are thinking the same thing. So you're in a never-win situation," he said.
He said he decided to speak out because he wore his uniform with "pride" for many years and while he's retired now, he doesn't like the battering bus drivers are getting from the public.
"To see hard-working men and women being treated like this is difficult because they go through hard times just like everybody else. When you get behind that wheel, you can't just say, 'I had a really rough night last night and I'd like to take it easy today.' It's not like having an office job (where) you can close the door and if your paperwork stacks up you can do it tomorrow."

VLOG-Friday-part 2

Friday VLOG-Claudine

A word from a TRIMET driver of the year

What to do when fare inspectors gets on your MAX

TRIMET DIARIES

Another 4-car MAX train, Type 1 version

MAX FAQS