On the Bus

I get on the bus and discover that the driver and the passengers are involved in a discussion of the Holocaust. Everybody is sharing stories of how they first learned about it and how it made them feel.

“We should not let it happen again!” one elderly lady exclaims.

After that, the discussion segues into a conversation of how crucial it is to ban guns. Every passenger agrees vehemently, including two young men.

Somebody proposes that BB guns be banned as well. The passengers agree loudly and passionately.

After a small pause, the discussion of the Holocaust resumes and passengers begin recommending movies and books.

By the way, I’m the only passenger who got off on campus. The rest of the people were going elsewhere.

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10 comments on “On the Bus

  1. After that, the discussion segues into a conversation of how crucial it is to ban guns. Every passenger agrees vehemently, including two young men.
    Somebody proposes that BB guns be banned as well. The passengers agree loudly and passionately.

    Query: are Second Amendment enthusiasts less likely to take public transportation? (This sounds like a question for science! Just not a very important or urgent question.)

  2. Romani people,homosexuals,trade unions,socialists and communists account for almost half of holocaust victims.But they are rarely remembered

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