“On Friday, about 30 people were driven to Kolontar in buses from a sports arena in the nearby town of Ajka, where they had been staying.”
“Preaching in buses is equivalent to trying to force something down someone's throat, because they can't go anywhere.”
“DOWNTOWN -- Passing other buses is one thing that separates the Rapid Ride buses from the rest of the pack.”
“They ended up being what I call the buses from hell," said May.”
“While living carless in Seattle does require organization, patience and a certain fitness level (i.e. chasing buses is a regular routine for me), I have no intention of buying a car anytime soon for all the same reasons you mention.”
“The idea is shift buses from the milk runs carrying few riders to focus enough buses on the major routes to provide frequent service, and to speed upt the trips by having all day express bus routes.”
“Groups traveled across the country in buses organized by religious leaders and pledged to work to change the image of black men in America and to take the message of the march back home.”
“With the construction of the new terminal at the airport, I don't know what the situation for the direct buses is now, or where to catch one.”
“Which leads the second tier of behind the scenes money utilization, where groups like MoveOn (or union) drive protesters around in buses to the rally point, manufacture collective signs for people to pick up and carry, organize chants - and in some cases make undercover arrangements for preferred seating,”
“Of course, no one is about to stop driving cars - or traveling in buses, microbuses and taxis.”
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