Is this a good idea?
Chip: "Do we really want our beloved university further linked to a system that mainly consists of homeless guys who occasionally pull their dicks out and show them to passengers."
Richard: "Well, let's not forget that KU's own Sherron C.llins is also forever linked to similar behavior, albeit on an elevator."
Chip: "But an elevator is a 'private' space!"
Richard: "If they really want to increase ridership, I think they should play up the KU partnership in more ways than just a font change. For instance, why not have basketball players occasionally on board to host tours of the city? I'd totally pay a fee to have that man-child known as the 'The Sherriff' tell me about the various things he's witnessed at Brothers. And why can't sorostitutes walk around serving refreshments?"
If you don't like Richard's ideas, local transit officials have scheduled seven (!) "open houses" over the next two weeks to discuss various proposals for how the service can better help the community. You should certainly attend. One of the ideas is for "smaller van-like vehicles dispatched to provide 'curb-to-curb' service" (LJ-World).
Chip: "Oh, I think I've heard of a service like that before. It's called a fucking taxi!"