Bus Drivers Famous Quotes & Sayings

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19 Bus Drivers Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Bus Drivers Sayings By Nouman Ali Khan: If doctors are paid the same salary as bus drivers, community would not be crazy If doctors are paid the same salary as bus drivers, community would not be crazy about making their children doctors — Nouman Ali Khan
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Bus Drivers Sayings By Barbara Ehrenreich: If we want developed societies with women doctors, political leaders, teachers, bus drivers, and computer If we want developed societies with women doctors, political leaders, teachers, bus drivers, and computer programmers, we will need qualified people to give loving care to their children. And there is no reason why every society should not enjoy such loving paid child care. — Barbara Ehrenreich
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Bus Drivers Sayings By Johnny Carson: Americans, too many of them, take themselves too seriously. You're going to get rapped - Americans, too many of them, take themselves too seriously. You're going to get rapped - by the viewers, by the sponsors and by the network brass - if you joke about doctors, lawyers, dentists, scientists, bus drivers, I don't care who. You can't make a joke about Catholics, Negroes, Jews, Italians, politicians, dogs or cats. In fact, politicians, dogs and cats are the most sacred institutions in America. — Johnny Carson
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Bus Drivers Sayings By Gerard Cappa: A couple of minutes later, and the tram started to climb up from Alfama, the A couple of minutes later, and the tram started to climb up from Alfama, the streets widened, heavy traffic and Lisboetas about their normal hum-drum business. We skipped off at a busy triangle where three roads converged. A handful of shoppers and workers waited in the small yellow bus shelters, or smoked against the trees that would fringe the diamond with shade when summer came again. Taxi drivers drank coffee from paper cups and ribbed an old guy shaving in his cab. Just another normal day rolling around; no problem, and life trips along no matter who dies in the night. — Gerard Cappa
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Bus Drivers Sayings By Bob Saget: No one gets a free ride. Except maybe bus drivers. No one gets a free ride. Except maybe bus drivers. — Bob Saget
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Bus Drivers Sayings By Regis Philbin: Is that your final answer? Here in New York garbage men, bus drivers, taxi cab Is that your final answer? Here in New York garbage men, bus drivers, taxi cab drivers, bus drivers, whoever, you know, people just yell it out to me. So that was a lot of fun. — Regis Philbin
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Bus Drivers Sayings By Deborah Moggach: Once you start cycling, the city opens up for you. No longer are you fighting Once you start cycling, the city opens up for you. No longer are you fighting it, hot and frustrated; no longer are you at the mercy of bus drivers, roadworks, decisions made by others and over which you have no control. Believe me, once you've tasted this freedom, you're hooked. — Deborah Moggach
Bus Drivers Sayings By Sal Albanese: I firmly believe that we can protect taxpayer dollars, bus drivers' jobs, and the safety I firmly believe that we can protect taxpayer dollars, bus drivers' jobs, and the safety of our students. We just need a mayor who actually cares about all three. — Sal Albanese
Bus Drivers Sayings By James Gandolfini: This is gonna sound stupid, but I saw at one point that our mothers are This is gonna sound stupid, but I saw at one point that our mothers are ... bus drivers. No, they are the bus. See, they're the vehicle that gets us here. They drop us off and go on their way. They continue on their journey. And the problem is that we keep tryin' to get back on the bus, instead of just lettin' it go. — James Gandolfini
Bus Drivers Sayings By Laurie Halse Anderson: We tilt our heads back and open wide. The snow drifts into our zombie mouths We tilt our heads back and open wide. The snow drifts into our zombie mouths crawling with grease and curses and tobacco flakes and cavities and boyfriend/girlfriend juice, the stain of lies. For one moment we are not failed tests and broken condoms and cheating on essays; we are crayons and lunch boxes and swinging so high our sneakers punch holes in the clouds. For one breath everything feels better.
Then it melts.
The bus drivers rev their engines and the ice cloud shatters. Everyone shuffles forward. They don't know what just happened. They can't remember. — Laurie Halse Anderson
Bus Drivers Sayings By Jay-Z: Rappers, as a class, are not engaged in anything criminal. They're musicians. Some rappers and Rappers, as a class, are not engaged in anything criminal. They're musicians. Some rappers and friends of rappers commit crimes. Some bus drivers commit crimes. Some accountants commit crimes. But there aren't task forces devoted to bus drivers or accountants. Bus drivers don't have to work under the preemptive suspicion of law enforcement. The difference is obvious, of course: Rappers are young black men telling stories that the police, among others, don't want to hear. Rappers tend to come from places where police are accustomed to treating everybody like a suspect. The general style of rappers is offensive to a lot of people. But being offensive is not acrime, at least not one that's on the books. The fact that law enforcement treats rap like organized crime tells you a lot about just how deeply rap offends some people
they'd love for rap itself to be a crime, but until they get that law passed, they come after us however they can. — Jay-Z
Bus Drivers Sayings By Said Sayrafiezadeh: The year the bus drivers went on strike in Pittsburgh, I was twenty-three and living The year the bus drivers went on strike in Pittsburgh, I was twenty-three and living on the edge of the city in a neighborhood that was on the verge of becoming a ghetto. I had just been fired from a good job as a cartographer in a design studio where I had worked for about four months. — Said Sayrafiezadeh
Bus Drivers Sayings By Dan Auerbach: You know who we hear about all the rappers from? The bus drivers. You know who we hear about all the rappers from? The bus drivers. — Dan Auerbach
Bus Drivers Sayings By Ridley Pearson: Wayne was one of the worst drivers Finn had ever met. The bus nearly sideswiped Wayne was one of the worst drivers Finn had ever met. The bus nearly sideswiped two cars, then veered left and scraped its wheels against the curb, before smashing back down the roadway. — Ridley Pearson
Bus Drivers Sayings By Pat Conroy: One noteworthy thing about South Carolina is the quality of school-bus drivers in the state. One noteworthy thing about South Carolina is the quality of school-bus drivers in the state. To qualify for a bus license one must have reached puberty and be able to recite the alphabet without stuttering. — Pat Conroy
Bus Drivers Sayings By Nick Offerman: When I first met with agents, they said, "Okay, you're going to play plumbers and When I first met with agents, they said, "Okay, you're going to play plumbers and mechanics and bus drivers and farmers. Go." — Nick Offerman
Bus Drivers Sayings By Julie Lythcott-Haims: A DIFFERENT KIND OF CHECKLIST If we want our kids to have a shot at A DIFFERENT KIND OF CHECKLIST If we want our kids to have a shot at making it in the world as eighteen-year-olds, without the umbilical cord of the cell phone being their go-to solution in all manner of things, they're going to need a set of basic life skills. Based upon my observations as dean, and the advice of parents and educators around the country, here are some examples of practical things they'll need to know how to do before they go to college - and here are the crutches that are currently hindering them from standing up on their own two feet: 1. An eighteen-year-old must be able to talk to strangers - faculty, deans, advisers, landlords, store clerks, human resource managers, coworkers, bank tellers, health care providers, bus drivers, mechanics - in the real world. — Julie Lythcott-Haims
Bus Drivers Sayings By J.K. Rowling: The journey to King's Cross was very uneventful compared with Harry's trip on the Knight The journey to King's Cross was very uneventful compared with Harry's trip on the Knight Bus. The Ministry of Magic cars seemed almost ordinary, though Harry noticed that they could slide through gaps that Uncle Vernon's new company car certainly couldn't have managed. They reached King's Cross with twenty minutes to spare; the Ministry drivers found them trolleys, unloaded their trunks, touched their hats in salute to Mr. Weasley, and drove away, somehow managing to jump to the head of an unmoving line at the traffic lights. Mr. — J.K. Rowling
Bus Drivers Sayings By Owen Jones: Get rid of all the cleaners, rubbish collectors, bus drivers, supermarket checkout staff and secretaries, Get rid of all the cleaners, rubbish collectors, bus drivers, supermarket checkout staff and secretaries, for example, and society will very quickly grind to a halt. On the other hand, if we woke up one morning to find that all the highly paid advertising executives, management consultants and private equity directors had disappeared, society would go on much as it did before: in a lot of cases, probably quite a bit better. So, — Owen Jones