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  • #31
    They're amazing! Response times are literally under 1 minute. Then again, their PD is just right there...

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    • #32
      Originally posted by BBM View Post
      You should suck it up and take the damn bus!

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      • #33
        Originally posted by DARE_SUPPORTER View Post
        From A to B flying would cost approx. 600 bucks, and riding the bus would cost 100 bucks.

        I will probably just drive my truck and spend $150 in gas.
        Have you considered the possibilty of rail service ?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by katseiye View Post
          Have you considered the possibilty of rail service ?
          I have thought but here in Tennesee not the most popluar, I dont think i would be able to get from A to B by rail because lack of.

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          • #35
            Worked many calls for assistance from Greyhound drivers over the years regarding the removal of suspicious, troublesome or downright metally unhinged passengers.

            Once, the whole bus smelled like gasoline. I boarded to find two jerkoffs in the back row huffing a jar of gasoline.

            I made them pedestrians to the cheers of the other riders.

            BTW, often drivers will let you ride free if you identify yourself. They LOVE the company of a badge onboard.

            But best not to take it at all.
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            • #36
              Originally posted by 1042 Trooper View Post
              Worked many calls for assistance from Greyhound drivers over the years regarding the removal of suspicious, troublesome or downright metally unhinged passengers.

              Once, the whole bus smelled like gasoline. I boarded to find two jerkoffs in the back row huffing a jar of gasoline.

              I made them pedestrians to the cheers of the other riders.

              BTW, often drivers will let you ride free if you identify yourself. They LOVE the company of a badge onboard.

              But best not to take it at all.

              Thanks for that info, I found a dirt cheap flight, I think i will flying now.

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              • #37
                I graduated boot camp days after Sept 11th and had to ride a bus from SC to ME. Lets just say that after that 38 hour adventure I will never ride a bus again.

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                • #38
                  Hey Dare SUpporter... call amtrak pd.... there is a 1800 number.. give them a heads up your planning on coming on the train and your a fed LEO... you will 99 percent chance of riding for free.....


                  I recently had to take a few trips due to wife having surgery... I will not travel anywhere without my firearm... She couldnt fly.... and Honestly I didnt want to drive... so we decided to take the train... we both loved it... was very nice.. and Amtrak PD reaaaallly hooked us up.
                  I may be short, fat and stupid...... But I can still taser you....

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by thatboatguy View Post
                    Hey Dare SUpporter... call amtrak pd.... there is a 1800 number.. give them a heads up your planning on coming on the train and your a fed LEO... you will 99 percent chance of riding for free.....


                    I recently had to take a few trips due to wife having surgery... I will not travel anywhere without my firearm... She couldnt fly.... and Honestly I didnt want to drive... so we decided to take the train... we both loved it... was very nice.. and Amtrak PD reaaaallly hooked us up.
                    Thank You appreciate the info.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by JohnDoeCop View Post
                      I graduated boot camp days after Sept 11th and had to ride a bus from SC to ME. Lets just say that after that 38 hour adventure I will never ride a bus again.
                      We will let active military and LEOs take as many bags to be checked as heavy as they want, by the way.

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