Siempre Contigo

I rode the #2 Marta bus this morning. Yes, I broke my own personal boycott of MARTA and took the bus. That is what I get for spending an extra 10 minutes at home to watch a Today Show segment about a grandma going to Iraq.

So I’m on the bus, look up, and see these new TV screens. They play commercials and advertise the “good” Marta is doing. My favorite commercial was the one for a health center who’s motto was “Siempre Contigo” – which means: always with you in Spanish. Interestingly enough, now my advertisements are always with me. I wonder if I can sue Marta for putting the screens so close to people? Kidding…

1 Comment so far

  1. curt (unregistered) on November 22nd, 2004 @ 7:09 pm

    Why did you boycott MARTA? I’m curious, becuase I’ve used it since moving to Atlanta six months ago and find it pretty decent. I’ve been able to get everywhere I need to go, even if I have to plan a little flex time in for a late bus.

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