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(Atlanta Journal Constitution)   Atlanta transit riders celebrate 'No Pants Day 2K9' (with safe for work pantless in public pics)   (ajc.com) divider line 82
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2009-01-10 11:34:50 PM
Molly Ward and Reggie Raysor haven't seen what happens on those benches late at night or after Georgia Tech football games.
 
2009-01-11 12:15:13 AM
Come for the naked train rides, leave with scabies/crabs/herpes/etc.

I won't even touch anything on MARTA with my hands if I can help it... sheesh.
 
2009-01-11 12:33:36 AM
I call it "No Pants Wonderday" but the police just call it Saturday.
 
2009-01-11 12:35:10 AM
FTFA: No one could go commando.

Aww, now where's the fun in that?
 
2009-01-11 12:39:18 AM
Jeff Paine: FTFA: No one could go commando.

Aww, now where's the fun in that?


Would you seriously let your junk rest on a public anything?
 
2009-01-11 12:39:38 AM
Thats like...every day for me
 
2009-01-11 12:39:40 AM
I just call it "Saturday".
 
2009-01-11 12:39:42 AM
Atlanta transit riders celebrate 'No Pants Day 2K9' (with safe for work pantless in public pics)

All 34 of them. WOW

/Molly looks kinda cute in that tiny picture
//I'm up here by Lake Lanier, come up here and take your pants off
 
2009-01-11 12:41:03 AM
FTA: "It's especially ironic to do this when Atlanta is debating letting people wear baggy pants," said Fredo Aponte

Fredo, Fredo, Fredo.

Don't ever take sides against Alanis.
 
2009-01-11 12:42:48 AM
Just in time for Panterday!
 
2009-01-11 12:50:14 AM
From what I remember of MARTA, Five Points to Lindbergh is a relatively short trip through a pretty good section of town. ATL Farkers, is that right?
 
2009-01-11 12:51:50 AM
thereadlines: From what I remember of MARTA, Five Points to Lindbergh is a relatively short trip through a pretty good section of town. ATL Farkers, is that right?

Have you ever been to 5 points? There is a reason why insurance rates for our company goes up if we park our work vans down there, its a shiat hole.
 
2009-01-11 12:54:17 AM
bulldg4life: Molly Ward and Reggie Raysor haven't seen what happens on those benches late at night or after Georgia Tech football games.

People piss, puke, blow their nose, spit tobacco, gum, crap their pants, drip blod, food, birdshiat........Go right ahead kids, put your bare arse on it because that's so edgy and cool.

/Stay off my lawn couch.
 
2009-01-11 12:57:51 AM
steamingpile: thereadlines: From what I remember of MARTA, Five Points to Lindbergh is a relatively short trip through a pretty good section of town. ATL Farkers, is that right?

Have you ever been to 5 points? There is a reason why insurance rates for our company goes up if we park our work vans down there, its a shiat hole.


I haven't been to Atlanta for many years. I looked it up, and I think I was confusing 5 points with an area closer to midtown. Having looked at it, I agree with your assessment. But it seems like a trip south towards College Park would have been a more daring "experiment."
 
2009-01-11 01:00:57 AM
And the bacon and woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo?
 
2009-01-11 01:01:27 AM
thereadlines: From what I remember of MARTA, Five Points to Lindbergh is a relatively short trip through a pretty good section of town. ATL Farkers, is that right?

Five Points is the baseline. Go North of it (like Lindbergh) and it gets better. Go South, it gets worse.

Five Points itself is a good litmus test for Atlantans. Ask someone in Atlanta if it's dangerous... If they're from the Northern lily-white suburbs, they say hell yeah. If they're from the south, they say it's a breath of fresh air.
 
2009-01-11 01:03:51 AM
thereadlines: I haven't been to Atlanta for many years. I looked it up, and I think I was confusing 5 points with an area closer to midtown. Having looked at it, I agree with your assessment. But it seems like a trip south towards College Park would have been a more daring "experiment."

Yeah youre probably right, maybe you were thinking of little 5 points, which is a hipster area with head shops and eclectic food.
 
2009-01-11 01:06:58 AM
Molly Ward + no pants = Hot
Molly Ward + no pants + reading Camus = ULTRA HOT!

/Philosophy/English nerd
 
2009-01-11 01:08:41 AM
Boston had something like this about a week ago. Way more than 34 people.

/stupid, the lot of them.
 
2009-01-11 01:11:07 AM
BenderZone: thereadlines: From what I remember of MARTA, Five Points to Lindbergh is a relatively short trip through a pretty good section of town. ATL Farkers, is that right?

Five Points is the baseline. Go North of it (like Lindbergh) and it gets better. Go South, it gets worse.

Five Points itself is a good litmus test for Atlantans. Ask someone in Atlanta if it's dangerous... If they're from the Northern lily-white suburbs, they say hell yeah. If they're from the south, they say it's a breath of fresh air.


And if they are from the east they say "Nah, just don't go much farther south.
 
2009-01-11 01:14:55 AM
2K9? When does this no pants video game come out?
 
2009-01-11 01:15:42 AM
as if the atlantan urban community doesn't already excersize this holiday right every frakin day
 
2009-01-11 01:16:49 AM
no pants
i43.tinypic.com
none!
 
2009-01-11 01:19:50 AM
I'm not sure who this Molly Ward chick is, but I like the cut of her pantless jib!
 
2009-01-11 01:21:34 AM
steamingpile: thereadlines: I haven't been to Atlanta for many years. I looked it up, and I think I was confusing 5 points with an area closer to midtown. Having looked at it, I agree with your assessment. But it seems like a trip south towards College Park would have been a more daring "experiment."

Yeah youre probably right, maybe you were thinking of little 5 points, which is a hipster area with head shops and eclectic food.


Thanks for the info. I think that's what I was thinking of. Hell, I can barely navigate that city. It seems like everything is "just off Peachtree St." i know why
 
2009-01-11 01:22:30 AM
djpeeps: Jeff Paine: FTFA: No one could go commando.

Aww, now where's the fun in that?

Would you seriously let your junk rest on a public anything?


Hey, it has to be cleaner than a pubic restroom.
 
2009-01-11 01:24:35 AM
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2009-01-11 01:25:15 AM
Jeff Paine: Hey, it has to be cleaner than a pubic restroom.

What you did there, I see it.
 
2009-01-11 01:27:36 AM
thereadlines:

I haven't been to Atlanta for many years. I looked it up, and I think I was confusing 5 points with an area closer to midtown. Having looked at it, I agree with your assessment. But it seems like a trip south towards College Park would have been a more daring "experiment."


College Park is getting a lot better. It's pretty much the new East Atlanta. So I hear anyway.
 
2009-01-11 01:39:41 AM
sand_in_my_vagoo: Jeff Paine: Hey, it has to be cleaner than a pubic restroom.

What you did there, I see it.


Actually that was completely unintentional. I don't know what a pubic restroom is but it certainly doesn't sound pleasant.
 
2009-01-11 01:39:47 AM
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Mollys a babe!


//Hotlinked hotter than molly!
 
2009-01-11 01:42:33 AM
What just happened here?
 
2009-01-11 01:44:46 AM
In the original French too. Génial!
 
2009-01-11 01:46:33 AM
Jeff Paine:
Actually that was completely unintentional. I don't know what a pubic restroom is but it certainly doesn't sound pleasant.


I blinked. Unless GWB or Carline Kennedy is wiping your arse, you can't possibly tell me you have no idea.

/hoping my sarcasm meter is broke.
 
2009-01-11 01:49:03 AM
I see a Clerks II reference here. Something about "not very hygenic".
 
2009-01-11 01:54:33 AM
Eww.. I don't even sit on the chairs in NYC subways while wearing pants... if these trains are anything like the ones here, that poor woman might end up with scabies
 
2009-01-11 01:56:20 AM
fanbladesaresharp: Jeff Paine:
Actually that was completely unintentional. I don't know what a pubic restroom is but it certainly doesn't sound pleasant.

I blinked. Unless GWB or Carline Kennedy is wiping your arse, you can't possibly tell me you have no idea.

/hoping my sarcasm meter is broke.


Look closely, we're referring to the typo I made in typing the word "public"
 
2009-01-11 01:59:54 AM
does Molly shave?...
 
2009-01-11 02:01:40 AM
how you doin', molly ward?
 
2009-01-11 02:03:50 AM
Sounds like a good way to get raped.

Idiots.
 
2009-01-11 02:04:22 AM
I'd just show up wearing a dress.

It would go well with my beard.
 
2009-01-11 02:05:41 AM
I really don't get scared here. The only time I get edgy while traveling with the family is actually heading west on marta, towards like Bankhead. Even then, its not bad unless it is midnight. A real eye opener for me was when I moved here, about ten years ago. We were driving, exploring the city, and were on that side of town. Being from up north, we were not used to seeing whisper* black people *whisper. You can drive on that side of town for a half hour and not see a single white face. A lot of very nice houses, very nice people, but they were all looking at us like WTF are you doing here? It's really funny looking back on it now. Atlanta is awesome. Everyone keeps to their own shiat.
 
2009-01-11 02:08:46 AM
Aw, man, it was time for the no pants ride already?
This is the 8th annual No Pants Transit Ride. It was started in New York City.
http://improveverywhere.com/

Improv Everywhere has done a ton of awesome missions.
http://improveverywhere.com/2007/07/24/redheads/ Got a bunch of redheads together to protest a local Wendy's, claiming their logo was racist.
http://improveverywhere.com/2008/01/31/frozen-grand-central/ Froze time in Grand Central Station.
http://improveverywhere.com/2006/04/23/best-buy/ - Got 80 people, all wearing Blue, to walk into a Best Buy (where the uniform is a blue shirt)

All great stuff
 
2009-01-11 02:09:50 AM
submitter: Atlanta transit riders celebrate 'No Pants Day 2K9' (with safe for work pantless in public pics)

I helped organize this, so I'm getting a kick out of these replies...
/also, I submitted this with a better headline.
//really
///well, for some value of better.
////slashies
 
2009-01-11 02:11:28 AM
thereadlines: From what I remember of MARTA, Five Points to Lindbergh is a relatively short trip through a pretty good section of town.

Relatively short, yes. Good section of town, not so much. We actually went round-trip.
 
2009-01-11 02:12:52 AM
Yeah, I was in the no pants ride nyc today. It was awesome despite the snow. The looks on people's faces plus the hot chicks in cute undies made it all worthwhile. Plus we had the numbers. Like 1200-1500 people was the estimate count.
 
2009-01-11 02:13:13 AM
Jeff Paine:
Look closely, we're referring to the typo I made in typing the word "public"


Mother farking one little letter.
 
2009-01-11 02:16:49 AM
agentshadow: Yeah, I was in the no pants ride nyc today. It was awesome despite the snow. The looks on people's faces plus the hot chicks in cute undies made it all worthwhile. Plus we had the numbers. Like 1200-1500 people was the estimate count.

Well you know, soft cotton can polish some rather blemished plastic seats and save the cleaning crews some time. And bleach. Might want to take a shower and do some laundry later.

/my bare ass isn't touching it.
//Mooning Amtrak trains is my limit.
 
2009-01-11 02:20:02 AM
fanbladesaresharp: agentshadow: Yeah, I was in the no pants ride nyc today. It was awesome despite the snow. The looks on people's faces plus the hot chicks in cute undies made it all worthwhile. Plus we had the numbers. Like 1200-1500 people was the estimate count.

Well you know, soft cotton can polish some rather blemished plastic seats and save the cleaning crews some time. And bleach. Might want to take a shower and do some laundry later.

/my bare ass isn't touching it.
//Mooning Amtrak trains is my limit.


Wait. You mean to say that MARTA actually cleans its trains?
I call bullshiat.
 
2009-01-11 02:22:49 AM
Young, dumb, and sitting in.....well, you see where this is going.
 
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