ADADI’ve seen numerous perplexing events in my 30 years of commuting and been party to more than I’d like to admit.
Now, you don’t get that kind of offer every day, but somehow it didn’t seem too unusual on Metro.
I’ve seen more panhandling, fights, medical emergencies and proud, loud singing than I can remember.
ADADOf course, adventurous commuting is not limited to public transportation.
I’ve seen other drivers (never me) do everything from reading the paper and shaving to applying a full day’s worth of makeup to front-seat companions making out.

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