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LonePony LonePony 36-40, F 11 Answers Aug 19 in Community

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Yes,its why having a car is so important to me.

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OH yeah!

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that how come them people use cars... lol

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Yes I do and I helped someone for 6 months get around to doctor's visits, grocery shop and run errands and she complained that I "slammed" the brakes on in lurch. Hate to tell her but buses are much worse and now she's riding one.

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How lovely of you to help. I'm sorry to hear your assistance wasn't fully appreciated!

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She said she appreciated but her actions and some of the things she said proved to me that she didn't. After I was through helping her she said she could get a free bus pass and I thought "why didn't you do it before now?" She is on disability and not working so she has time to burn waiting for the bus (which is right next to her apartment) and for the transfers.

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so many people who own cars freak out when the car dies. They have NO clue how to take a bus or a train. Be proud!!!

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I do everytime I pass a bus stop...I have given rides to people particularly in the winter.

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That's really nice.

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Of course I do charge them for the courtesy...haha...kidding:)

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:P

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I guess some of them do .. and some don't. But if you have to rely on public transportation, you have to expect it won't always be convenient or easy. That's why people get their own cars.

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True. Some people can't afford to own or run a car so they have to rely on inconvenient or unreliable public transport.

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there may be medical reasons why a person can't drive.

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Indeed! I hadn't thought of that. :)

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Where I live in Central IL .. we just don't have reliable public transportation. People really need a car to get around.

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Nope.

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Yes, which is why they have cars rather than take public transport.

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Haha.

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