Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Osama bin Laden Sneaks Through Waterfront Station Undetected

Photo courtesy of Corey

Security camera footage later revealed the world's most wanted man entered the Waterfront station and purchased a ticket. After getting to the platform, however, he was seen shaking his head in disgust after seeing it was 20 minutes until the next train. He was last seen leaving the station through the faregates where he angrily threw his arms in the air, apparently mad it cost $1.35 $1.45 just to see there were no trains coming.

"Our members go to work every day cognizant of their responsibility to perform a job on behalf of our customers – the riding public.” --Jackie Jeter, President ATU 689


Kara said...

Correction, $1.45 a peek. :)

Anonymous said...

Can I get my dime back from his salary?

Anonymous said...

Are metro employees really this stupid? They are in a very public position, a position the public does not like, and they still disregard rules and common decency.

Oh yeah, I forgot, even if they get fired, the Union will get their jobs back. Why bother working.

Anonymous said...

ATU Local 689 is the problem. As long as they accept this from their members, nothing will change.

Anonymous said...

We riders should organize a protest at ATU HQ demanding better service.

HRH King Friday XIII, Ret. said...

Hey hey, ho ho, 689 has to go.

Anonymous said...

Ho ho hey hey, make 689 just go away.

Anonymous said...

Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to sleep I go.

Anonymous said...

the union is definitely the problem. with the job security the union provides, there is no need to provide customer service or reliable work.

if the customers are unhappy, whatever, the union makes sure the employees are taken care of, regardless of complaints or performance.

the question is - who is monitoring the union? is it the board? the districts? nobody?

Anonymous said...

Gangs of New York.... New sequel coming soon to a Metro near you!
Gangs of Union 689.
Do not sleep.. do not eat.. do NOTHING
or you may be next to have a failing
farecard, downed escalator or worse!
Faregate attack!

A ten cents nonrefundable surcharge will be applied to all tickets for this event.

Anonymous said...

Brilliant, as always.

Anonymous said...

I hope Corey sent the phot along with the day and time to the Metro complaint folks. There's no excuse for this/

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