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7/5/2013 c1 64MethodlessMadness
Very good. Your descriptions of such simple things were perfect.
2/14/2006 c1 Jedi Christ

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8/21/2005 c1 1Triden
OOH! absolutely fabulous! the subject is so simple and it would be boring, but you change into something meaningful! *two thumbs up*
6/12/2005 c1 7Guinivere Sage
Interesting way of putting it. We've all been there-the yelling, taunting, sneezing, whining. The bus can be so annoying, and yet... you got these thoughts from it. Ponder this: could the bus be a blessing because its atmosphere makes you acutely aware of the things around you?
12/5/2004 c1 3Moira Brennan
Wow. Just... wow.

This is one of the best descriptive pieces I've read in a long time. It was so exquisitly crafted that I felt myself flinching from my own uncomfortable memories of bus riding. I was a window-watcher too and so could easily picture myself doing the same things.

Very well done.
7/5/2004 c1 21Phoenix-Pen
You hit the nail right on the head! For the last seven years I've spent about 2 and 1/2 hrs a day Mon-fri on buses and trams to get to and from school, and yes, they can be hell, but they can also be inspiring. I'm kind of planning a few short stories about the people I've seen . . .but I don't know, you've pretty much summed it up.
See, I can write nice reviews (although i'm still horribly verbose-I'll go read "The Phoenix" and see if I can write a short review!) Keep writing, and thanks for reviewing "The Prison"! :):):)
4/11/2004 c1 22The Missing Spoon
I love the way you painted this story. I've so often felt the same...when I ride the bus, I do everything it takes to get the window.
I kind of want to read more.
4/9/2004 c1 1Formerly
Epiphanies on bus rides are cool. Only... there's no epiphany here. What?

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