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Man, kids get high at the back of the bus in totally different ways than we used to back in the day.
Sydney Airport Express Shuttle is just wonderful service, I speak from experience.I needed a ride I was in a hurry so requested the Airport Express Shuttle, as I needed to get a way from some people. Well they accommodated me alright, they sung a song and when I needed to hide behind the back seat at the end of the bus, they put a long blanket over me. The service I am talking about is Sydney Airport Express Shuttle, they are right folks for right job. Then when I ran away to a train station, the driver ran after shouting, Mr Wong, Mr Wong, I looked at him telling him to shut up and that my name is not a Wong, but Frank. He smiled and said that he wanted to get my attention as I dropped a notebook at the back of the bus. Well this book is worth 0million dollars as the only book that has the passwords from the safes where I keep the diaries and secreet tapes and photos. I would recommend to anyone to use these services as they are just wonderful, I nearly shot one of them but didn't and I am very glad. They got my book for me. Go here and request for their service:
*******www.sydneyshuttleservice****/airport-express-shuttle tell them Frank sent you..........
It is a true shame that there are such rigid GENRE definitions in popular music today! You've got POP, ROCK, COUNTRY, R&B, AAA and HIP HOP. This may be fine for most musicians, but there is a very unfair gap in music the way it is. ROCK music is split into two formats MODERN ROCK and ACTIVE ROCK, both of which do not accept SOUTHERN or COUNTRY-LEANING music at all. Then there's COUNTRY. COUNTRY is a market controlled by NASHVILLE'S inner-workings. Video outlets such as CMT and GAC have created 'back of the bus' programming like "Wide Open Country" and "Edge of Country" to relieve the pressure created by the growing movement of outsiders in the field, but it's not a fair representation of the broad scope of these underdogs.
Troopers hope a deadly crash caught on camera, will remind drivers to follow the 'Move Over' laws in Minnesota and Wisconsin. The video was captured by dash cam from a Wisconsin State Patrol car on June 1.
According to authorities, the officer had pulled over a motor coach bus on I-94 near Elk Mound. A passing car missed the squad car, and slammed into the back of the bus.
The driver of the car suffered minor injuries, and the driver's wife died at the scene.
The move over law requires drivers to change lanes when they see emergency or maintenance crews stopped along the side of the road with lights flashing
This is why you shouldn't ever be smart. See this bus passing through the railway track and then getting stuck causing the train to slam into the back of the bus.
We all take a bus for transportation and here it looks like the bus is taking him. Watch how hilariously he clings on the back of the bus on the license plate. A good way to save money!