r/mildlyinteresting Jan 22 '22 Silver 10 Helpful 11 Wholesome 9

Bus interior made to look like a forest

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

Sure as hell better then ads plastered everywhere

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u/DancingIceCream Jan 22 '22

100% agree in this, I’m tired of ads beeing spammed everywhere you look.

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u/tsgarner Jan 22 '22

To quote Futurama:

Didn't you have ad's in the 20th century?

Well sure, but not in our dreams. Only on TV and radio. And in magazines. And movies. And at ball games and on buses and milk cartons and t-shirts and written on the sky. But not in dreams. No siree!

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 25 '22

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u/formulated Jan 22 '22

I think being in the ad business and selling the need for ads to clients is the biggest racket. Supposed targeted advertising selling me a $100k BMW, the only people profiting from that budget decision is the advertisers and the ad hosts.

An ad company will happily sell a crappy product if the money is right. A streaming service or TV channel will run it. A magazine will print it. They're all scratching each others backs.

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u/H3rta Jan 22 '22

As a person who remembers theirs dreams - I would be beyond angry waking up every morning.

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u/rematar Jan 22 '22

Abuse of alcohol and/or THC can stop that. I assume my Dreamads were for liquor.

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u/GrapeAyp Jan 23 '22

The authors speculate that smart speakers MIGHT be used to project dream influence

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u/SharpenedStone Jan 22 '22

I fucking loathe being blasted with loud ads when I'm trying to pump gas

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u/smurficus103 Jan 22 '22

i was convinced large projectors would light up the sidewalks, fences, any open space really

good thing projectors suck

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u/Zagar099 Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

Something else no one ever fucking consented to and wastes large amounts of resources?

Light pollution, specifically the worst of which comes from car dealerships who, I guess, wouldn't be able to sell their vehicles if the parking lot was dark at night when they're closed.

E: "it's for security" is pretty funny to say when you could do it cheaper with a fence. We all know how much businesses like wasting money, right?

Obligatory reminder that capitalism is the root of the issue here, in case that's unclear lol. Power to the people. Doomerism won't change the world.

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u/Rdubya44 Jan 22 '22

It’s for security

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

Specifically a deterrent. Leaving stadium lights on all night is definitely more expensive than night vision cameras. But people are less likely to steal / vandalize when they know they can be seen.

What gets me it's that it's a business doing this. So someone, somewhere figured it was cheaper to light up a humongous parking lot than to deal with the theft / damages that happen to cars in the dark.

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

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u/Corporate_shill78 Jan 22 '22

And with modern LEDs it's significantly cheaper than just years ago when it was all metal halide. Hell you can run an entire parking lot off a single 20a breaker in most cases now especially when it's running 480v. It really doesn't cost that much to keep a parking lot lit at night anymore

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u/boyyouguysaredumb Jan 22 '22

Are you “someone, somewhere”?!?!

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

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u/Mountain_Situation89 Jan 22 '22

It clearly is cheaper to light up a parking lot than deal with the theft and vandalism or they wouldn’t do it.

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u/confusionmatrix Jan 22 '22

Motion sensors? Turn the lights on when somebody is browsing.

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u/Zagar099 Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

I recognize that. There are better (and more effective) ways.

This one just happens to make the cars look pretty at night :) nice that we have shade tents for cars in lots but not the homeless.

Capitalism kills.

E: Note the downvotes on an objectively true statement. Got 'em. The collapse has already begun, bourgeoisie swine. 🦀🦀🦀

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u/TheKakattack Jan 22 '22

Reddit moment

What are your "more effective" ways, wise redditor, master of business, and savior of the homeless?

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u/Zagar099 Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

Pig brain moment. Fences, for one. Barbed or razor wire if you're feeling really troubled.

Not my job to come up with this shit.

The people who have to deal with your solutions to a problem should have a say in how it's solved. Not really that different from why companies shouldn't (and aren't) allowed to just dump into public water ways.

Stop defending these POOR dealerships, they'll manage without you I promise lmao

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u/TheKakattack Jan 22 '22

I wish you the best.

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u/reddita51 Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 22 '22

There is help out there.

The homeless who want help get it.

The ones who don't want help generally have mental problems and can't be helped by any of us.

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u/twisted_memories Jan 22 '22

What’s funny about an idiotic comment like this is that it’s easily disproved when you start comparing homelessness rates across similar countries. I guess according to you American people who are homeless just want to be more than those in the Netherlands? Or Canada? Or most of Europe?

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u/reddita51 Jan 22 '22

Do those other countries have mental health programs?

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u/twisted_memories Jan 22 '22

That’s one thing that’s incredibly helpful, yes.

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u/Zagar099 Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 22 '22

Damn bro you should keep that brain polished so it stays nice n shiny

E: dude browses r/propertymanagement, clearly a cockroach of society.

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u/reddita51 Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 22 '22

Wow super awesome come back my dude!

Also your rent is late.

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u/Zagar099 Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

Nice try dunking on poors homie, but I'm pretty solid middle class- I'm just not a piece of shit who cares more about profit than people

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u/reddita51 Jan 22 '22

browses r/antiwork, r/socialism, and r/marijuana.

Evictions are on the 3rd Monday, better get your shit together.

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u/foxymophadlemama Jan 22 '22

thats not entirely fair to homeless people. homeless people are often homeless for more complex reasons than "i wanna be living in circumstances with no escape from oppressive anxiety, stigma, and struggle." nobody wants to deal with the root causes that lead to homelessness which can include mental health issues, economic factors, institutional inequity, lack of social safety nets, etc. but its easy and pretty brainless for shit talkers to waltz up and dismiss the whole problem by saying its a moral failing so thats what they do.

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u/Ghostglitch07 Jan 22 '22

Some of them do, but they don't get it because of sentiment like this.

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u/Moloshe Jan 22 '22

advertising is a massive industry which accounts for a carbon footprint that would be difficult to calculate, as if there were not massive material waste and ecological destruction from giant signage being constantly produced and replaced, the art supplies, computers, monitors, and other resources it takes for ad firms to make drafts of the content in the first place. the problem is unfortunately that spamming people with this content works. i'd say that light pollution is a serious issue especially for the sake of wildlife, but there are a lot of other factors.

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u/Zagar099 Jan 22 '22

If only we didn't need to constantly compel people to consume.

Can you fucking imagine how different shit could be?

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u/corporatehuman Jan 22 '22

If anyone out there is interested in a great book about light pollution and what it's doing to society please read The End of Night by Paul Bogard.

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u/ctmackus Jan 22 '22

Pop ups IRL

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u/DarkEvilHedgehog Jan 22 '22

And so most of them are just about the same services. Credit cards / loans or cellphones.

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u/YuuriMaid Jan 22 '22

Real world is ending up like Idiocracy every day

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u/kitsunewarlock Jan 22 '22

There were ads carved into ancient city streets and walls, plastered onto the armor of Roman gladiators, and on posters hung up on street-corners.

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u/TripleShines Jan 22 '22

You know what, I 100% disagree. I would much rather see ads than trees. Trees serve no purpose to me. Ads could help me discover something that I didn't know existed.

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u/DancingIceCream Jan 22 '22

That’s ok. I rather see art everywhere though. Tired of bad logotypes and edgy corporate takes.

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u/ColaEuphoria Jan 22 '22

Or when the entire bus is an ad so you have that dirty mesh coating on all the windows that makes it hard to see through.

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u/Polylemongon Jan 22 '22

Reminds me of that bus window that vibrates in a way which can conduct noise to your skull if you fall asleep while your head touches the window, so while you sleep you’d hear ads.

Dunno if it was fake or real, I remember this from such long ago.

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u/Buck_Thorn Jan 22 '22

Bone conduction: the new front in guerilla advertising

Imagine this scenario: after a long day of work, you settle in a train seat, rest your head against the window and close your eyes for a well-earned nap - only instead of the soothing clickety-clack vibrations of the carriage, you hear a deep, jaunty voice - seemingly in your head - urging you to download an app.

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u/capsaicinluv Jan 22 '22

This article was from 2013. I guess it didn't pan out?

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u/Zoloir Jan 22 '22

It's so oddly specific that it is almost certainly not worth the cost of install

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u/Long_Educational Jan 22 '22

That is evil. Unavoidable forced advertising.

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u/Zoloir Jan 22 '22

It IS avoidable though, by not touching the glass. Hence it's not worth it to install. Why not just put a single speaker on the bus and blast everyone with audio ads for much cheaper?

Ya got cheap posters for sight, cheap speaker for hearing, maybe they pump the bus full of new car smell when it passes a dealership huh

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u/EusebiaGoldstein Jan 22 '22

Takes dystopian science fiction to a whole new level

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u/Incy-wincy-spider Jan 22 '22

It's an advert sponsored by planet Earth.

"For the low low price of stopping fucking me, you can all of this and more"

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u/Yatakak Jan 22 '22

"Hmmm, doesn't sound very profitable to me, I reject your offer and raise you an oil spill."

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u/TheBroWhoLifts Jan 22 '22

When the interior of a bus is the closest you get to being in a forest during the day, you know we're already fucked.

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u/lankist Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 22 '22

Basically every public space can be improved by the addition of art that doesn't have a brand attached to it.

It's actually a bit unsettling to think that we're likely not going to be adding much to the artistic canon in the future, and the only ways we are will be by elevating the equivalents of McDonalds' Play Place murals to the same status as the Sistine Chapel. The rise of branded art is going to look very strange in the history books of the future, much the same way that we have an instinctual distrust of old wartime propaganda art.

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u/dixiebuttcup Jan 22 '22

Many of those ads are targeted to help addiction, homelessness, forced breeding, domestic violence and communicable disease though. They're in public transit because people on the bus are more at risk of these things and need to know the resources

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u/dejvidBejlej Jan 22 '22

forced breeding

I'm sorry the what

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u/dixiebuttcup Jan 22 '22

It is very common for a certain culture of men to force women to get pregnant. If they're poor or immigrants they don't realize it's abuse and that they have options to terminate. I have had an ex attempt this with me. It's terrifying to not want a baby and know you'll probably have one anyways. They'll pull off condoms, throw away pills, come up with reasons you can't use pills, and will buy ovulation trackers. Usually once the woman is past the abortion state, he moves on. Often these breeders will have 40 or 50 children.

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u/acceptable_sir_ Jan 22 '22

DM me if this is a controversial subject, but which culture?

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u/Scottishbiscuit Jan 22 '22

In New Zealand are busses don’t really have ads on them lol

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u/OhBarnacles123 Jan 22 '22

The ads make the bud cheaper, so I don't mind putting up with them. It either saved me tax money, fares, or both, and if all I have to do is tolerate its existence then there's no issue. If they started playing video ads or something though, that would really piss me off.

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u/Bigbillybob2013 Jan 22 '22

Cool! What country is this in?

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u/sunoukong Jan 22 '22

Judging from the directions in the panel, it looks like it could be Estonia.

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u/Tulivesi Jan 22 '22

You are right, the ticket validator and the screen display are the exact ones used in Tallinn.

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u/vd772 Jan 22 '22

Doesn't Estonia have free public transport? Why ticket validator?

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u/Ace612807 Jan 22 '22

AFAIK only for residents in Tallinn

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u/kaugeksj2i Jan 22 '22

This is half true. After Tallinn, some smaller towns have also made it free and also regional buses within most (but not all) counties are free of charge.

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u/Tulivesi Jan 22 '22

It's free for registered residents of Tallinn but you still need to validate your card. There's a criticism which points out that the gains from paid tickets probably do not outweigh the costs of maintaining the ticket system at this point so scrapping it altogether would be cheaper - I haven't researched if that is true or not. The city government's excuse is that they use the validator system to gather information on the utilization of routes (but you only validate on entry not exit, so it's only half the picture).

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u/evifeuros Jan 22 '22

Validating data could be used to know how many people travel on a certain line, making it possible to add or decrease travels to certain areas.

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u/giantfreakingidiot Jan 22 '22

It’s free for tallinn residents & pensioners from the whole country, but you still need a personalised bus card to validate during each ride. It’s easier to check than asking everyone to show proof of residence lmao

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u/thehotcuckcletus Jan 22 '22

Nothing is free, you pay everywhere else and you pay in Tallinn if you are not resident living there.

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u/Impossible-Cod-3946 Jan 22 '22

The account I'm replying to is a karma bot run by someone who will link scams once the account gets enough karma.

Report -> Spam -> Harmful Bot

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u/4_spotted_zebras Jan 22 '22

Oooohhh I always wondered what was the point of the karma farming accounts. Thanks for pointing it out.

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u/hardypart Jan 22 '22

Kadaka (Estonian for "Juniper") is a subdistrict (Estonian: asum) in the district of Mustamäe, Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.

Sounds about right.

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u/kaugeksj2i Jan 22 '22

There was a former village at the site with that name and such villages named after trees are quite common in Estonia.

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u/bunnymeninc Jan 22 '22

Found the GeoGuesser player

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u/SanshaKuvakei4 Jan 22 '22

From what I've seen and heard of the place, Estonia seems to be a very 'green' place. Is this so?

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u/kaugeksj2i Jan 22 '22

Our main energy source is polluting as fuck, but we really don't have a better alternative despite having a lot of green energy nowadays. But besides energy resources, we have very clean air and our culture is indeed very close to the nature.

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u/thehotcuckcletus Jan 22 '22

No, Estonia is very dependant on Russian oil, Finland nuclear energy, Lithuanias nuclear energy plants.

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u/bremkew Jan 22 '22

Googled the Akadeemia thingy on the bus sign, think it is Estonia.

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u/jyrisa Jan 22 '22

Correct! This is Tallinn, Estonia.

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u/Bigbillybob2013 Jan 22 '22

Ooh nice, Eesti is bestie

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u/Nullcast Jan 22 '22

Nice to see that bus seating has become just as crappy in other countries as well.

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u/kaugeksj2i Jan 22 '22

Fuck, I hate those opposing seats...

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u/CheeseCycle Jan 22 '22

Well, we can be fairly certain it's not in the U.S.

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

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u/josephthemediocre Jan 22 '22

Because cool public transportation

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u/vd772 Jan 22 '22

Free cool public transportation.

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u/ohwhatj Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 22 '22

Lucky. Because the buses here in NYC are made to smell like the urinal

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u/OkDawgRight Jan 22 '22

Because the buses here in NYC are made to smell like the urinals

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

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u/NoPenguins_InAlaska Jan 22 '22

All those damned politicians just going in and pissing on the floors of the buses.

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u/Wallet-bulge-404 Jan 22 '22

There’s a small study about how seeing green vegetation during a commute to work vs not seeing results in better mental health outcomes measured through a questionnaire or something for depression and overall happiness with life. I’ll have to find it. It’s been a while

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u/filthyrich93 Jan 22 '22

Forest bathing is prescribed as an antidepressant in spain, I think. And the Healthcare is free/universal so when you pick up your medicine the funds go to forest management. I'll have to find it. It's been a while.

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u/grape_tectonics Jan 22 '22

Ironically these particular buses travel mostly around Nõmme - the most forested area in Tallinn so they just put pictures of trees in a place that's already covered in trees.

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u/eljefino Jan 22 '22

You missed the green carpet that's part of the motif.

Actual outside looks like a slushy miserable experience.

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u/FinndBors Jan 22 '22

Carpet? In a public bus? That sounds disgusting.

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u/CapnCooties Jan 22 '22

If it’s like astroturf mats that could be pulled out and cleaned it could work. Lot of extra cleaning steps though.

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u/cornelli1 Jan 22 '22

As someone who does maintenance on city buses, I can tell you that those will be cleaned a total of once in their lifetime

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u/Ghostglitch07 Jan 22 '22

could be pulled out and cleaned.

They will not be

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u/Insanebrain247 Jan 22 '22

As long as it's in a country that's not USA, I'm pretty sure they're well maintained.

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u/skidmcboney Jan 22 '22

Would love to have seen vines or tree branches replace the metal poles and handles

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u/netihero Jan 22 '22

that's not carpet but you're right about the outside. source: i live in mustamäe (district in tallinn)

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u/schev28 Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 22 '22

Borderline r/ABoringDystopia Got rid of all the trees but here’s some pictures of trees for you look at while you ride through your concrete jungle

edit: yeah… sorry I was being a cynic

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u/TeaAndCrumpets4life Jan 22 '22

Redditors when someone tries to make a cool design for a bus

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u/UselessName3 Jan 22 '22

Have you tried looking through the window onto left side of the road?

Background of this bus is that it was used by tourism agency in sweden to promote hiking before it was bought to Estonia.

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u/NinjaLanternShark Jan 22 '22

I guess everyone has their own idea of dystopia. Plenty of suburbs have plenty of trees, but lots of people will praise well-managed cities and consider the suburbs dystopian.

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u/Ijohanss08 Jan 22 '22

Even seeing images of nature can relax people's minds and lower stress and anxiety levels. So you could see this as a positive step towards making a city a healthier place to live

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u/Mccobsta Jan 22 '22

Damn those seats look actually semi comfortable over the shite ones stagecoach uses

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u/SirMerky Jan 22 '22

nothing is worse than the seats on the overnight Glasgow to London change my mind

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u/wuapinmon Jan 22 '22

I see you've never flown Spirit Airlines.

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u/Delicious_Throat_377 Jan 22 '22

Um Aberdeen to London? 3 more hours in the same shit seats.

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u/ron_swansons_hammer Jan 22 '22

They’re plastic boards

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u/NotEdibleCactus Jan 22 '22

They're plastic and aren't very comfortable if you're taller than 160cm and your build isn't particularly thin.

Source: I ride these busses fairly often and am taller than 160cm and have a wide build

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u/KyleMoes Jan 22 '22

Where would this be?

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u/CandySkis22 Jan 22 '22

Tallinn, Estonia

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u/KyleMoes Jan 22 '22

Oh wow I am embarrassed to say that I do not know where that is. Thank you for responding :)

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u/GrampaSwood Jan 23 '22 Silver

It's under Finland (Separated by water), left of Russia (Near St Petersburg), above Latvia, right of Sweden (Separated by water).

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u/KyleMoes Jan 23 '22

That's so cool! Thank you for taking the time to explain that. :)

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u/GrampaSwood Jan 24 '22

No worries :D Thank you for the award

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u/AJ-MeiMei Jan 22 '22

Oh hey, that's tuttav

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u/sweptawayfromyou Jan 22 '22

I like the ceiling, it looked like a real glass roof to me at first, but the walls somehow make me feel uncomfortable! Lol

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

Pleasant, inexpensive upgrade. Certainly better than placards advertising poverty industry businesses like payday loans and “no credit” car lots.

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u/Weekday_Warrior Jan 22 '22

I read a National Geographic article a couple years back about the importance of nature and the color green visually in reducing stress and increasing overall well-being. They found that people who had sustained “exposure” to the color green in their setting had their cortisol levels drop, albeit in a less dramatic way, than those who went camping/hiking.

Further research found that the color green is “good for us” much in the way that blue light helps regulate mood (the lack of that stuff can be a factor in seasonal depression).

Also it’s the dead of fucking winter where these people are. So they are seriously lacking in green and blue light.

While of course an actual camping trip or trip into the woods will do some real good apparently the color green does some on its own as well especially when paired with nature imagery.

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u/Ijohanss08 Jan 22 '22

Yep seeing images and hearing sounds of nature helps reduce stress and anxiety, whereas the sights and sounds of a city like traffic and buildings increases those things

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u/asanefeed Jan 22 '22

it's gorgeous

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u/auuttyy Jan 22 '22

that’s super pretty. 🌲

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u/Backwards-Man-Kind Jan 22 '22

That’s relaxing

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u/cpaq15 Jan 22 '22

Will this bus take you to the Rock of Tondi?

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u/HeaAgaHalb Jan 22 '22

EDIT: ACTUALLY. It does! This bus stops just 200m from the famous rock of Tondi. I firstly misread the line number...

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u/cpaq15 Jan 22 '22

Yes! I hope to visit Estonia sometime soon and when I do I will be taking this bus to the famous rock of Tondi!

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u/HeaAgaHalb Jan 22 '22

Sadly no. Try taking a tram no. 4.

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u/J90lude Jan 22 '22

I' know for sure this ain't nowhere in America.😂

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u/excessmax Jan 22 '22

Where are the ads??

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u/sixhundredandsixtsix Jan 22 '22

Wow, buses here are covered in salt and mysterious brown stains.

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u/ShotHolla Jan 22 '22

I don't hate it.

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u/sesameseed88 Jan 22 '22

Beautiful, in my city you get a ton of real estate ads

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u/dandanthetaximan Jan 23 '22

In my city it’s largely outdated transit notices. I saw one last week announcing a new light rail station that would be opening soon in 2019.

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u/trixtopherduke Jan 22 '22

Excellent Snowpiercer vibes!

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u/thrivehi5 Jan 22 '22

Jurassic Park vibes

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u/SquidFriend Jan 22 '22

Cyberpunk vibes!

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u/CinCoutMagus Jan 22 '22

How do we know it's not a forest made to look like the interior of a bus?

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u/Sicko_Ribs Jan 22 '22

This would make an awesome album cover.

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u/Budget_Half5499 Jan 22 '22

This is so impressive.Where is it?

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u/jyrisa Jan 22 '22

Tallinn, Estonia!

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u/SpicyPickles420 Jan 22 '22

Some dude would be stoned and get on the train wondering how the fuck the forest was moving so fast

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u/uppsalafunboy Jan 22 '22

Ironic as buses must be locked up in the bus yard at night or they will drive themselves to the nearest forest to try and knock down trees.

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u/Cedar-and-Sunflowers Jan 22 '22

This gives me the same vibes as those VR headsets they're putting on dairy cows nowadays...

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u/Revolutionary-Ad4588 Jan 22 '22

Something dystopian about it

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u/KapetanDugePlovidbe Jan 22 '22

Urban copium for people who don't touch grass

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u/Astrapaios Jan 22 '22

Urbanity is immensely better for the environment than any other arrangement of human habitation

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u/braided--asshair Jan 22 '22

I can’t wait till in about 5-10 years the pictures become all crusty and make the thing look like a creepy children’s dentists office

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u/ElOsoPicoso Jan 22 '22

Is it me or does this feel dystopian af.

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u/ShallowMallow Jan 22 '22

I dead ass thought first they we're at the forest

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u/ron_swansons_hammer Jan 22 '22

It’s a cool concept but the giant metal poles and handrails didn’t tip you off?

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u/markhc Jan 22 '22

It’s not real, the ceiling. It’s just bewitched to look like the night sky. I read about it in Motorbus: A History.

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u/xxxlovelit Jan 22 '22

They did wraps like this on the CTA trains in Chicago as advertisements. A visit Montana one was the coolest I’ve ever seen, it was Yellowstone at night and just felt magical to be in!

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u/Friendly_Signature Jan 22 '22

2 minutes until some twat kids graffiti

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u/Batyodi Jan 22 '22

This is kind of depressing when you look put the actual windows

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u/upsidedowntarsier Jan 22 '22

But does it smell like a forest?

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u/FLOYDOB Jan 22 '22

Can we get this on the buses in L.A.? Maybe it will calm people the f**k down…

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u/ParentalMom Jan 22 '22

My hisbamd rode on a bus like that and he accidentally “pissed” because he loves urinating outside

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

Yeah like where is the waterfall

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u/DontFragMyBaby Jan 22 '22

I feel bad for someone that passes out and looks up in panic

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u/Lumina_Solaris Jan 23 '22

I was actually hoping to see, like, a bunch of foliage on the ceiling, and fake tree trunks lining the sides, with light from the windows peeking out through fake leaves or something. I don't know why I thought it would be that elaborate (I lied - I do know why, and it's because I am an artist), but I was actually kind of disappointed to see that the interior was far less immersive than I mentally pictured when reading the notification on my phone.

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u/looped10 Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 22 '22

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u/PeregrinationWay Jan 22 '22

Not an ad in sight, on a bus? That's the opposite of urban hell

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u/MyLittleRocketShip Jan 22 '22

dope but a bus still dirty af

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u/PM-YOUR-PMS Jan 22 '22

Kinda reminds me of Swiss Army Man

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u/Ecstatic_Variety_613 Jan 22 '22

Is that a bear? Yep they do... they shit in the woods. Someone let me off this forest bus!

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u/QuerkleIndica Jan 22 '22

I practice my putting at red lights