Thursday, September 23, 2004


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:

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 Triangle
Sound familiar? It just seems to echo the sentiments of a significant number of passengers who ride the system every day...

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