A recent Comment of the Day found one reader maintaining that riding the bus in Denver is a great way to be asked on dates.
This anecdote spurred more. For instance, a former bus driver shared the story of a couple that met on his bus and are planning to get married.
Also weighing in was the following reader, who senses a certain superiority among Denverites when it comes to using RTD.
Here's her take.
Lydia Cabrera writes:
It's funny how people think Denver RTD is for people who are less than themselves. My sister in law is a dean at UCDenver and she rides the bus everyday. Hmmmm, she saves a lot of money this way. Americans, we are far to attached to our cars, which are a big waste of money.
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