E-mail your bus driver today


#1

We’ve heard about the schoolkid called Spock, the Wanko department store etc etc, but I’d thought I’d contribute my very own – an e-mail address for public feedback on Taipei’s bus system.

Capital Bus

I should add, by the way, that the e-mail address is posted inside the buses too … I have to wonder what smartarse thought of that …


#2

Now THAT’S cool – I emailed all my inbox spam for the last week to their address, so I’m sure we’ll soon be overrun with enormous-penised bus drivers selling viagra on the side and giving us mortgage and debt consolidation advice during waits at red lights.


#3

“What’s your name ?”

“Sod U”


#4

Hey, Sandman, I hope they can still find time to read MY complaint after wading through all that spam. Monkey, thanks for the email address. I’ve been so furious at times and now I know how to complain. Very cool.


#5

I can’t imagine anyone getting paid enough to go thru that in-box everyday.


#6
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Originally posted by Urbanjet: We've heard about the schoolkid called Spock, the Wanko department store etc etc, but I'd thought I'd contribute my very own -- an e-mail address for public feedback on Taipei's bus system. Capital Bus

You’re information is incorrect. That email is for one of the bus company in Taipei (not for the entire bus system as you implied). Of all the different bus companies in Taipei, Capital Bus was my favorite. They keep their fleet of orange-color buses clean and well-lite. Also, the drivers seem to follow the code of conduct posted inside the bus. The company encourages customer feedback (which is unusal for Taiwanese companies). It’ll be sad if you abuse their customer feedback with unwarranted complaints about other bus companies.

Of course some of you out there aren’t interested in details.


#7

But you’re not seriously telling me the drivers wouldn’t just love to have added length and girth with no pills or potions, just simple daily exercises. It’s recommended by doctors, for heaven’s sake!