Categories Melbourne The machines will win Post date Fri 27 June 2008 9 Comments on The machines will win PS. See also: The machines will win II 28/5/2011: Pictures tweaked. Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInReddit Tags advertising, fast food, The machines will win 9 Comments on The machines will win By Daniel Bowen Transport blogger / campaigner and spokesperson for the Public Transport Users Association / professional geek. Bunurong land, Melbourne, Australia. Opinions on this blog are all mine. View Archive → ← Up up and away → Daniel’s rules for phone conferences 9 replies on “The machines will win” Terminator 5 – Revenge of the Myki Metcard ticket system is shithouse (excuse my French) and a rip-off. Machines always misfunction. Bring back conductors at all stations and trams. They would be a great benifit and used as guides to Melbourne. Not ticket inspectors who beat up innocent commuters for no reason and take them to court. We do not want Myki, we want rail extensions. Tickets with conductors should be $1 per trip and it would be great and encourage cheap transport. There is a saying “sometimes you have to take a step backwards in order to move fowards” For Kosky, however Nick, the saying is “every time, you have to drive backwards in a 4WD really fast”. We all know about Kosky Reuben, she is plain dumb I’m not convinced. She might not be intelligent – but she is pusillanimous, weak and mean-spirited. Not to mention, incompetent. Great shot! Good context, too. Now if only the ticketing machines had as much uptime as the pokies… Nicely captured. The photo’s great, but I had to wait for the comments before I understood it wasn’t for a movie. Yeah I was sure they were thinking about robots taking over the world, but had to put it in a subtle way. Awesome way of capturing it with the connex as well. Comments are closed.