Third, don't take SEPTA anywhere if you have to. It's expensive, breaks down more often than not, and the people that run it are a bunch of tools. The only thing SEPTA is good for is being an example of why state-owned quasi-communist ventures are always less efficient and inferior in every way to the free enterprise system. I hate SEPTA. The TriangleSound familiar? It just seems to echo the sentiments of a significant number of passengers who ride the system every day...
Thursday, September 23, 2004
ANOTHER SEPTA CRITIC HEARD FROM
Apparently, elected officals aren't the only ones who are not big fans of SEPTA. Take Aaron Sakulich, a columnist with The Triangle, the student newspaper at Drexel University:
Posted by Creighton Rabs at 20:31