Rescinding our advice about Transperth website

Dear people who may have spoken to S and I during the week we have been in Perth.  Let it be known that we have amended some comments previously made by my wife.

The previous comments were to the effect that

“The Transperth website is really easy to use and much better than the Sydney equivalent. We wanted to get a bus the airport and the site was extremely helpful”

The site in question is

http://www.transperth.wa.gov.au/

Today we relied on the advice from the site and would like to jointly amend the comments to

“WA has excellent bus services and we wish our state spent some money improving infrastructure. The Transperth website provides information for tourists and others on how to use that bus service.

The information is well suited to the needs of gibbons and baboons who have been eating bad dates and are consequently stoned off their primate heads and have no idea where they are, nor where they are going. These users are therefore not overly concerned with the destination, route or timetable for travel.

The information may also useful to other users but appears to be clearly optimised for the bad-date eating stoned gibbon user group”.

We may have misread the information on the website, but the information S got from the site sent us to the wrong bus terminal, and when we located the right terminal, had the wrong stand number.

We certainly do not wish to put down your wonderful state in any way. So we will reserve judgement and simply amend our previous statemet to show that we are happy to endorse the site for use by BDES Gibbons and others unconcerned with the outcome of their day’s travel. Certainly there were buses as indicated and they did indeed take us places.

We will at a later date assess the usefulness of the site for other primates with more rigid requirements around timetables and destinations.

Thankyou,

J and S
Non-bad-date eaters
People-with-destinations-in-mind
Occasional-bus-users
New-web-site-skeptics

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About James King

I coach organisations in how to better make use of the untapped talent they have in their people and to explore new ways of understanding and solving new and old problems I live in Sydney with my wife and daughter and have no real hobbies beyond the usual boring ones of reading, writing and watching tv.
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