At the center of "The Big Bus," a 1970s cheese-ball spoof-flick, was a monstrous beast of a land yacht dubbed "The Cyclops." It was a "nuclear-powered," double-decker bendy-bus destined for a plot-line filled with treachery. But where's the bus now?
The Bluegrass State is a strange place, and Louisville, its largest city, is home to some weird and wonderful stuff. If you ever find yourself in the 'Ville and have to ride the bus, use a bike rack. Fool.
An Amnesty International anti-domestic abuse ad in a German bus stop is the first to use a camera to determine when someone is actually looking at it, allowing it to change the ad content as needed.
What do you do when you're driving through industrial East Oakland and nearly get sideswiped by a bus with one front wheel about to fall off and the open engine cover whacking parked cars?
We may be inching towards the future of autonomous vehicles, but we're not quite there yet and a bus driver in Seattle has yet to figure that out. This is just another instance of individuals putting too much faith into GPS navigation devices. Following the directions from a Garmin GPS navigation unit, the Seattle bus…
It's been to Pittsburgh, Parkersburg, Gravelburg,Colorado, Ellisburg, Rexburg, Vicksburg, Eldorado, Larimore, Adimore, Habastock, Chadanocka, Shasta, Nebraska, Alaska, Opalacka, Baraboo, Waterloo,Kalamazoo,Kansas City, Sioux City, Cedar City, Dodge City... It's Johnny Cash's 1979 MCI tour bus powered by a Detroit…