It seems to me that Caolan's idea about correclating the timetables with
camera shots wouldn't actually work. I mean, sure, some buses would SEEM to
turn up on time, but what you'd be seeing is an illusion. For example, if
you looked at the timetable and saw that there was supposed to be a bus at
3:06p.m., then at the snapshots and, lo and behold, a bus arrived at
3:05p.m., you would not be seeing the 3:06 bus. Oh no, you would be seeing
the 2:25 bus, 40 mins late.
Also, has anyone ever actually seen a No. 11C? It is supposed to go through
Ranelagh, but personally I think it's a myth. I wonder how many fictional
buses there ae on the Dublin Bus lists? Be interesting to know...
Enda. (In paranoia mode today - luser induced)
You know it's a hangover when you wake up and find that your usual
existential dread is entirely justified.
---Enda Hanrahan 1998 (all of it)
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