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I used to take the bus a lot...

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When I was a kid in the 1970, $10.00 would get me from one relative's house to another 50 miles away... so I would go visit the grandparents about once a month.

I did meet a few creepy people at the bus station... but no one ever bothered me on the bus itself.

Sad story. Condolences to the family of the kid who was attacked and killed.

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My ISP headlined it.

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Poor kid; an "unforeseen occurrence" befell him. Ec 9:11. Imagine the thoughts of his people at the other end. Sad

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I thought it couldn't get more gruesome

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he ate parts of the corpse?

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seems the victim was a native american. I hope they find where the perp lives and digs up his back yard. The guy's a real freak, a Jeffrey Dahmer type.

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to bad no body was allowed to carry a hand gun

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mayby some one could have stopped this from getting as bad as this.

are people in Canada allowed to carry and protect them selves?

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protect them selves

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I was wondering the same thing

Got guns in the states, didn't help this kid.

They like knives and machetes in Canada..it's much more personal

If he had a gun I guess instead of cutting the head of he could have blown it off. (what'a think?)

That other nutbar that killed 2 people in NB then went to the states (and they let him in) covered in blood, carrying a machete.

Mark this date on your calendar.
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(NT) You might want to report that script bug to Lee

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I wonder what they talked about

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Accused killer chatted with victim?s co-worker before decapitation

WINNIPEG -- The seeds for Tim McLean's brutal murder on board a Greyhound bus last week may have been planted when the man accused of his murder, Vince Li, spent nearly an hour chatting up the victim's co-worker during their ride through western Manitoba, the Winnipeg Free Press has reported.

Li, 40, took a seat at the front of the bus beside a woman named Stacy after getting on board in Brandon. The pair chatted and were even seen smoking together during a rest stop.

As the bus resumed its ill-fated journey towards Winnipeg, Li suddenly moved to the back of the bus and sat beside McLean, who was listening to his headphones and apparently asleep.

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