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Metro moving aeds to station manager offices
  • novasteve July 27, 2013 - 6:13 am #81580 Reply



    good luck should someone need one trying to get a station manager to get off theiwe end end

    Dezlboy July 27, 2013 - 9:06 am #81581 Reply

    Don’t worry. You will never need one.

    Hank July 27, 2013 - 11:46 am #81585 Reply

    What in God’s name did that sentence intend to convey?


    wimmer201 July 27, 2013 - 1:29 pm #81588 Reply

    Spellcheck and proofreading are really beautiful things.

    Dezlboy July 27, 2013 - 2:21 pm #81589 Reply

    @Hank, @wimmer201:  Come on guys, don’t you understand n*******e speak by now?

    Okay, then here’s the quiz for the day.

    QUESTION: When n*******e writes,”good luck should someone need one trying to get a station manager to get off theiwe end end”, he means:

    a) good luck getting the station manager off with a happy ending

    b) good luck finding an automated external defibrillator if you need one

    c) see, you aren’t so privileged, now are you?!

    d) as a smoker I have my own personal AED, so screw you

    e) all the the above

    Swag July 27, 2013 - 4:51 pm #81591 Reply

    good luck should someone need one trying to get a station manager to get off theiwe end end

    Go home, N-steve. You’re drunk.

    Hank July 27, 2013 - 9:38 pm #81592 Reply

    I really like option A!  Awesome.

    Tom July 27, 2013 - 10:02 pm #81593 Reply

    Hank, I’m with you--I choose Exhibit A.

    For all interested parties, however, the homeless guy outside Rosslyn metro with the perpetual five-o-clock shadow gives the best handjobs in town. Just sayin’.

    Dezlboy July 27, 2013 - 11:33 pm #81598 Reply

    @Tom, so you have meet n*******e?

    Dezlboy July 28, 2013 - 11:42 am #81601 Reply

    Interesting isn’t it.  n******e starts a most interesting thread worthy of an NSA cryptologic study, but fails to respond one iota.   So n*****e (and no, I don’t bother to count the *s) starts threads in which he has absolutely no interest apparently playing the role of  news reporter or narcisist. What a surprise.  :-)

    Tom July 28, 2013 - 12:19 pm #81602 Reply

    Hahah! I’m still trying to figure out what he meant to say in the initial post. My best guess is getting a “[station manager to] get off their rear end,” but the jury’s still out on this one.

    Except for that guy I caught sleeping in Ballston once, station managers have always been pretty kind to me. Even when they have to reset my SmarTrip because I sometimes jump the faregates. Mostly because the machines are broken but I’ve done it at Columbia Heights a few times just to see if they’re paying attention. They never say anything, even though I’m fairly positive evading paying fare (especially in a manner as active as jumping the damn turnstile) is a punishable offense.

    Bluemontsince1961 July 29, 2013 - 7:31 am #81616 Reply

    ??? Are privileged smoking station managers now managing to get off and finally have a happy ending?  Did the Viagra help?  Or did the privileged station managers stop smoking and utilize the automated external defibrillator t0 get off and have a happy ending?  Do most station managers require Viagra or external toys to get off and have a happy ending?

    @wimmer201, @Hank, @dezlboy, @Swag, and @Tom…help!  The meshugenah is confusing me!  I need a drink! ;)

    Dezlboy July 29, 2013 - 9:08 am #81628 Reply

    Bump to the top, so our illustrious ARLnow Commuter Safety Issues reporter can further elucidate on his first posting that was, “good luck should someone need one trying to get a station manager to get off theiwe end end

    novasteve August 4, 2013 - 3:36 pm #82426 Reply
    novasteve August 4, 2013 - 3:37 pm #82427 Reply

    Apparently it wasn’t even the public stealing the aeds but rather metro employees

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