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The first handed out forms (marked with a code for the stop of boarding) and asking the purpose of the commuter's journey.It also asked traveller's opinion of how they viewed their ethnic origin  (I didn't notice Sheepy on the form BTW!). - I put 'Central Saharan' as I believe my oldest -human- relatives were from somewhere around there! 
psephologists and polesters have created a special hell for people like you (and those who answer jedi knight on the census). Anyway I thought our eldest relative were from east africa rather than north - OK there is a dedicated hell for people like me too
Bus routes are created so that the buses from all the routes that go past your stop all arrive at the same time. The algorithm used to accomplish this is incredibly complex and only runs on very expensive supercomputers.
It had not one but two Transport-for-London(TfL) bods onboard.
Buses follow things called bus routes and I would like to know what is the science behind the determination of a bus route ?......do ewe know ?....cos I don't !I think it would be nice to know.
Life is stranger than fictionhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-wiltshire-14969321