My pal Andy Binion sent me this link ages ago and I never got
around to sending it out. It’s KIRO’s Dave Ross.
Tweet This Post
This entry was posted
on Thursday, October 2nd, 2008 at 4:29 pm by ed friedrich and is filed under Uncategorized.
You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
Both comments and pings are currently closed.
I’m singing “Not Fair!” to the tune of the ‘ferry may stop loading two minutes before departure time’ …and buried the information in ‘Loading”.
If the ferry ‘May’ stop loading early it should be so marked on the front cover of the Sailing Schedules – in my opinion.
I used to commute from Bremerton to Seattle and remember running late and running for the ferry…and making it. Just.
When did they start the ‘may’ stop loading cars two minutes early and ‘may’ stop loading walk-on passengers five minutes early?
To me, the departure time means shut the gates, stop loading and leave.
If that is not the case, it should be announced on the front cover of the Sailing Schedule … not tucked where few will read it.
The Commute is proudly powered by
WordPress MU running on PugetSoundBlogs.com.
and Comments (RSS).
Twitter links powered by Tweet This v1.8.3, a WordPress plugin for Twitter.