The Japanese Jim Norton getting shoved in around :08 is classic. I thing you can hear him sigh out all the air in his lungs to fit.
The Worst Commute
if you are one of the masses that live in cities all around the United States, then odds are, you hate your commute to work. Delays. Overcrowding. Rate hikes. It’s all bad. But our commutes look great compared to a trip through the Tokyo public transit system. German photographer Michael Wolf took photos of the squishy commute that is the Tokyo underground.
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It's amazing how other countries shit on the US, but they treat their own people like that. I had a friend just return from India and he explained the crowd control used at some of their religious holy sites, it was appalling and prison-like.
What kind of a fucking animal would let themselves get treated like that? Just because they aren't yelling and jumping up and down doesn't mean they aren't all SAVAGES.
This is an absolute nightmare! I wouldn't get on that train if the next stop was the land of milk and honey. I saw a video of turkeys getting treated better last week.
"Hey, I've got an itch, can you get it for me?" Or, "Sir that had bettter be your wallet I'm feeling pressed up against my ass!??" Hehe
Hey Tokyo ( not a reference to the gayest song ever) Think about adding more trains or flextime...of course it doesn't matter since your citizens have no soul (if this was South Korea....Id have to giver deference to Kokomo Joe)
guess that yen i have to visit came be put off, still beats the shit outta riding on the roofof a bus or train in mumbai !?
I remember visiting Hawaii and these mindless people would try to jam all into one elevator, with no concept there was another one in the bank of 6 right behind it. being 12" taller and twice the weight of the average Jap, I Just ended up pushing 4-5 out and looked at them pointed at the other elevators and said "NEXT ONE!"
I wonder how many Yen a person pushing crew makes. It must be terrible when you start to lose your shove. First it's a couple of people left on the platform, then it's a dozen. Soon, there is comfort on the trains. Then you get shitcanned and end up with ribbons of shame.