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Wednesday, September 03, 2003

Drunk Alert

Went straight to a meeting from home this morning so left a little later than normal and took the Circle Line - it was about 10.30am when I spotted a rather inebriated gentleman clutching a can of Diamond White and with a seat suspciously empty next to him. Well it wasn't suspciously empty when you think about it. If you get on a pretty crowded train and there's an empty seat, there's likely to be a good reason for it, and the best reason is that you'll be sitting next to some undesireable.

Why your tube seat will be empty

Check out www.goingunderground.net for more on this seat "rule".

BBC6 discover Goingunderground.net

Nice little mention on BBC Radio 6 today check out their Website Wasteland section - thanks to DJ Gideon Coe.

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