A Thank You For Your Service

a man driving a bus: During World War II, women took on bus operator jobs in cities nationwide, including this driver in Beaumont, Texas, in May 1943. (Corbis via Getty)

https://www.citylab.com/transportation/2018/06/why-wont-anyone-drive-the-bus/563555/

If the above is any indication as to the work these people do,

What can I say,

I have taken more buses over the past 55 years than most,

And I have logged many hours as a commercial driver,

I have ridden my bike for years,

But that pales in comparison to the work these public bus drivers do in all our city, town, and villages.

I don’t say thank you when I get off the bus that often,

And when I do, I admit it is just a social nicety.

In some situations, these people really do a good job.

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