FIGJAM wrote:Not sure hoe to feel about a "special" lane for buses.
Token wrote:Your first point on willing hands is well made and taken, despite the purely speculative nature on intent and execution of the consumers of the service.
jkisha wrote:The only part of that I didn't understand is why would BMORG have asked them to stop selling tickets during the RFP period?
Eric wrote:jkisha wrote:The only part of that I didn't understand is why would BMORG have asked them to stop selling tickets during the RFP period?
Note: this isn't from the Org, this is my personal guess.
Maybe because they didn't know if they would be approved, and therefore were basically selling tickets on spec. Since they ended up not getting approved, they were definitely selling on spec.
NikkiG wrote:Hey, you left after me, and made it there before me! I think you were on the Express Bus, no stop at Savemart. BTW, I forgot to say that when we did arrive at Savemart, the restriction on water was lifted or at least ignored. A lot of people were putting their water in duffel bags so it could be counted as one item. I on the other hand bought two 6 gallon boxs of water( six 1 gallon bottles in a box). I think they became lax because they had a lot of room in the moving truck. None of our luggage was packed on the buses. They put everything in a moving truck.
BTW, five 1 gallon jugs are cheaper than a 5 gallon jug...just saying. But they have a machine for you to fill your own jug.
delle wrote:Hey! Welcome, Danwax!!
Where in Quebec are you from?
The regional decompression party (TaBURNak!) is on the horizon in Montreal. You really can't miss it!
PM me if you need info. (pas besoin que ce soit en anglais... laisse toi aller!!!)
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