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Thanksgiving Night on a Los Angeles Bus


This is What I Still Have to Live For… I guess.

© 2011, Joe Bodolai, All rights reserved

This is what I saw on a Thanksgiving night bus ride last year after volunteering serving dinner to the homeless. Sorry for the shaky video. It’s just another night in the underclass. By the way, the woman in the cutaway says “Driver! Control the electronic disease.”  Meaning my phone.

  1. December 3, 2011 at 9:57 pm

    Hey Joe!!! **** post and video! I did the same thing here in T.O. on the late nite Yonge St bus, AKA “The Vomit Comet” at 3:00 AM after last call. It was for a column in the old Gary Dunford report in The Sun. (circa late 80′s) They paid me, but it never saw the light of day……they never told me why, but I think it was TTC suits freaking out!!!

  2. Jonathan Kramer
    December 4, 2011 at 6:38 pm

    Hi Joe,
    Enjoying your blog. Sorry to hear about health issues and being in the hospital. Janet and I send love and best wishes.
    Jonathan Kramer

  3. December 5, 2011 at 9:30 am

    There was an incident long ago in which you fought off a certain attacker and we joked that you ought to have a tiny version of him hanging around your neck, as a protective amulet, because you triumphed over him.. like the Indians wear a bear claw after they kill the bear…

    hugs, janet

  4. December 29, 2011 at 12:49 pm

    Dear Joe! You were a comedy Genius in a field of amateurs. From Andy Warhol”s bits on SNL to the Wayne’s World creation with Mike Myers…. Founding of the Canadian comedy network and helping so many talented young artists achieve their dreams: is a Giant achievement. Your lifelong protest of war and cival liberties violations hunger and famine were very humane. To finish your life as a show biz rebel- is fitting for a man who fought for talent to win out at all cost over connection, pushed you out of the business that you loved, by “defining” you in executive circles as “difficult”… Rest in peace old friend-U R A “true, artist”, in a sea of fake. Jack Armstrong, artist

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