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chris/CO149 [userpic]
Bus report

Today's subject is gravity.

In the last few weeks, I've had one gentleman, while boarding via the rear door, fall straight backwards and attempt to put a dent in the sidewalk with his head (requiring paperwork); an intoxicated gentleman who, after taking two steps away from the bus, fell over and hit the side of the bus on the way down (requiring paperwork) and an elderly gentleman who tripped over a bit of sidewalk and fell on his ass trying to get a bus he was late for (no paper work this time).

My theory is that the City Gravity department is having "rolling dropouts" due to a large gravity consortium interfering with the supply.

Why am I telling you this? Because I want you to be careful, Dummy! Don't fall over, stay healthy and (most importantly) don't cause me to fill out reams of tedious paperwork because you're a klutz.

Thank you.

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(no subject) - (Anonymous)

yeah. it's called an "accident report" and goes on the same form i'd fill out if I'd killed a score of children in a blazing inferno.

I think the idea is that if i document these things as soon as possible, then when the foolinsh person comes to the realization that he can sue the county for something, it's already been documented that he "declined treatment" or whatever. In one of the above cases, the guy said "I guess I should have held on to the handrail instead of the grocery bags, right?" in front of me and two supervisors. Document that three times and the guy won't see a thin dime from the county. and I get to keep my job...