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1. No sitting in ridiculous, unpredictable traffic<br>
2. Use less gas, so less $<br>
3. Use less gas, so better for the environment<br>
4. Get to do relaxing things *while* commuting, such as reading or knitting<br>
5. Get lots of exercise walking to and from the various stations<br>
6. Get to meet lots of new people. I met a potential job connection on a train once.<br>
7. Don't have to deal with all the &$^*%&^#% &#^&#bags who think that it's okay to go straight through a right-turn-only and then get mad at me when I cut them off by going straight through the *correct* lane and refuse to just let them slide over.
 

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Lots of beautiful women<br><br><img alt="banana.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/banana.gif">
 

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Meet new and interesting violent lunatics and experience new smells... like vomit and B.O mixed with fecal matter.
 

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I dunno what kind of transport you're on, but the NYC commuter trains smell like Burberry and blackberries <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif">
 

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I <heart> my public transportation!!! Sure it can be a smelly experience some days, hot as all hell others but damn is it convenient.
 

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TTC in Toronto used to a clean, efficient service.<br><br>
Now it's an attraction for lowlives that's always late, smells terrible and puts you at risk for petty crime, assault and murder.
 
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