Toronto resident Michael Takasaki has taken his frustrations of the city's public transportation system to the internet. According to the Toronto Star, Takasaki recently started a Tumblr blog that criticizes who he thinks are inconsiderate people on daily Toronto Transit Commission commutes. Referring to his blog as a "a passive-aggressive reminder that people are the worst," Takasaki posts pictures of individuals who leave their lunch bags, purses and backpacks in extra spots.
"All I'm doing is saying what you're saying in your head, out loud," he said.
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According to a Statistics Canada report from 2010, only about 12 percent of Toronto residents pick public transportation over other modes of getting around. Eighty-two percent of the city's residents choose to drive and 6 percent prefer to walk or bike.
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