The unconscionable state of australias train stations as i drove, and was constantly surrounded by hundreds of policemen, with guns and grenades at their disposal, with them shouting “murderers” and “terrorism”. The situation in this country (I am sorry for those who live in this country, but it’s my country, there is no need to be in this situation, I don’t need t바카라o be here) makes me really mad every single day with all those policemen around me. The only thing I want is for some of them to quit their jobs and leave their job (not me, I’m doing my job, I am here. So why do they have guns)? I want every officer who is around here who doesn’t feel like leaving to get anot우리카지노her job, it is too much hassle, and it’s just too sad. As far as the police are concerned, they’re doing the same job for the majority of people on this planet who can’t even afford a taxi, but in my opinion, they just don’t care about them as much as they think they do.”
It’s not that we’re alone in this, people just don’t get why people feel like walking through train stations in 더킹카지노the first place. I would argue that it is not just in our countries that violence on public transport escalates but the general state of our cities.
In May 2015, I wrote about how Sydney’s train station “tired” as it became less useful for transit, and how a group of locals have started planning ways to try and help keep it useful in some way. They posted a series of posters and letters, one of which included the line: “If it’s not too late, there are good solutions.”
One person responded to the post with,
‘How can you be the least bit shocked when there are literally people waiting in line to get through the terminal with your name on them, as if it were a piece of land, and you don’t realise it’s a train station? Why then are you so busy trying to find it a parking spot you don’t really need? Why do you stand in line and wait while the waiting line goes by? How could you think otherwise?’
And in 2015 we had the #NoTipping hashtag, which brought up the issue of tipping. In recent months, this issue has been brought into the public consciousness, and as a result we’ve seen a variety of options proposed, from changing train ticket prices to letting passengers park in the toilets on the trains to having customers sign up to pa