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  1. We don't know he/she gave that warning, even if it might be true I also don't think it's just that easy to get involved either I do sympathize about the current plight bus drivers are facing right now That being said, I'll elect to table this conversation between us here, mostly because I think we generally agree with each other on the basics (these teens could've prevented this from happening) and the other details we don't see eye to eye on will just derail any further conversation. I understand where you're coming from, especially on the treatment of bus drivers and for the
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  2. As soon as an operator stops and secures the bus and asks you to get off after giving a verbal warning to calm down and you decide to not abide by that request as a young teen you're asking for trouble, now the adult behind the camera recording could of easily stepped in and tried to intervene to rectify the situation they chose not to and let it get to the point where we currently are now. The crabs in a barrel mentality goes way back to a time where people would beg operators for free rides knowing that we couldn't dispute it and let them go, i've heard passengers countless times growing up
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  3. A few observations. 1. All the young men had to do was tone it down when the driver asked them to. Had they complied, the video never happens. 2. Had the young men got off the bus when requested, the video never happens. 3. Obviously they didn't come with either request. Although some would say the driver unnecessarily called the police. the driver could easily feel like he or his passengers could be at risk. Suppose the driver continues driving and he either gets attacked while driving or when the men exit the bus. Remember a driver was recently attacked at 94th and Ash
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  4. Thanks anyway. At least you knew what I was looking for.
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