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I've always wondered, is it true that vegetarians poop broccoli?
This is not LiveJournal. What you should have said was that Bikestation Seattle provides a valuable service to absentminded riders, blah blah blah. Leave your personal experience out of it. I don't care that you're absentminded personally--in fact, it makes me think less of you, which is kind of the opposite of a testimonial. And you wonder why people jump on personal details to attack you. It's because you give them the ammunition, you dolt.
Well ... maybe.
See this thread from a year ago about that:
But if I did I'd probably forget by bike was there too.
I'm truly baffled here.
What part of "Slog: Seattle's only BLOG" has confused your poor, little brain? If nothing else, the level of snarkage here (at least as much as, if not in fact surpassing that of say, Seattle Livejournal) should have clued you in. If it's detached, objective reportage you're looking for, you've clearly wandered into the wrong URL.
That doesn't really make any sense. I mean, it's not like their driving skills would suddenly improve south of Jackson St. or east of I-5.
(the link in ECB's post goes to the California Bikestation website)
I've left my bike on the bus twice - once very drunk, and once distracted by the cute passenger I was talking to (and drunk). It's easier than you think.
But here's a tip, Erica: Next time, just cross the street and wait - almost every bus runs in a loop, assuming it's not on its last run. It will come back. (Mine did, both times.)