How long…

Although other articles have been written on the subject almost every year since, in mid-2000 the CBC wrote an article titled “Free newspapers angering TTC

I decided to take some photographs on my way home (34 Eglinton Ave E bus) to see what the situation was like today on an average bus. These were taken at 7pm and well… do you agree that it is pretty normal to see this still in 2006?

(Happy Halloween Toronto!)


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…I always felt sorry for the guy on the front cover of the 24hrs for some reason…

1 Comment so far

  1. Stop_smell_the_Potomac (unregistered) on November 1st, 2006 @ 10:26 am

    There is a similar phenomena in DC. People are just plain lazy – how hard can it be to carry the paper out to the bin when it is strategically placed near the exit. Where’s the sense of community where everyone needs to look out for each other and the future? No one wants responsibility any more.



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