Who is she kidding?!
Now everyone just take a deep breath, and remember this interview:
"I'd rather be at home making love to my wife while my children are asleep."
Flash forward to seven fuckin' fifty eight in the a-hem and I'm standing outside of the Smithsonian with about two and a half thousand angry black women who, just like me, were already an hour late to work. I didn't have to cuss, kick, yell and scream because them scary ass women did it for me. Common sense would have shuttle buses lined up around the block. Unfortunately, common sense ain't so common, especially to the numb-nutted fuckwits that are employed by the WMATA.
Washington, D.C.: After my experience this morning on Metro, I am concerned about how my experience will be if there is an attack on the city or some larger natural disturbance.
When I got off the Metro at Smithsonian for the shuttle bus that was supposed to take me to McPherson Square, I experienced absolute chaos. There were multiple buses and no one was there directing people. People were frustrated and extremely angry. Like many, I gave up on the "shuttle bus" and ended up walking to work. Is this Metro's usual response to these situations?
Dan Tangherlini: This wasn't a usual situation! But I appreciate your criticism, I have heard a number of ideas about how we can do this better and I will work with our team to incorporate them into our next response.