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Cards to give those ignorant riders

Lately I've run across a couple sites that provide us riders frustrated by other passengers' rudeness an opportunity to let them know how we really feel.

First, check out the LiveJournal Chicago El community. Cool photos and tales similar to the ones I tell here, but shared by lotsa folks. One of those folks is Switchblade Susie, who posted these wonderful new "Don't Be Jack" cards.

They are a take-off on the CTA's own campaign for manners, only a little more explicit. Such as: "Don't Be Jack -- Please turn your personal stereo down. You have a bad taste in music, and the rest of us would like not to suffer. Thank you."

Also, I believe it was Gladys who mentioned these cards (in pdf format) here earlier. They are meant primarily to be given to obnoxious cellers. Nice work by Coudal Partners and Draplindustries Design.

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Remember, last week when those SHHH, the Society for HandHeld Hushing, http://www.coudal.com/Shhh.pdf">cards (PDF) to give rude cell phone users were all the rage? Or you may have seen these urban asshole notification cards.. Yesterday, CTA Tattler bro... [Read More]

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Remember, last week when those SHHH, the Society for HandHeld Hushing, http://www.coudal.com/Shhh.pdf">cards (PDF) to give rude cell phone users were all the rage? Or you may have seen these urban asshole notification cards.. Yesterday, CTA Tattler bro... [Read More]

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