Categories transport Who is Vladimir? Post author By Daniel Post date Fri 7 December 2007 6 Comments on Who is Vladimir? Who is Vladimir, and why does Connex think he’s affected more than anybody else when the trains are out? Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInRedditLike Loading... ← The Prime Minister → When two worlds collide 6 replies on “Who is Vladimir?” Oh no! The Red Peril!!!! RUN FOR THE HILLS!!!! Loading... Looks like someone cut a bit too much before pasting. What would be the punishment for such sloppiness? Impalement? Loading... Not the first time Vladimir has shown up in this info though; I wonder if it’s a semi-automatic script somewhere which has a bug in it. Loading... It’s actually for Putin. They at Connex have seen what that guy does when he isn’t kept in the loop about EVERYTHING. Loading... Vladimir might be the *one* person who signed up for that “SMS me when my train’s late or cancelled” service Connex were pushing! (We more experienced travellers know to expect trains to be cancelled or running late. It is the default for Connex.) Loading... Fortunately, I caught an earlier train from Brighton Beach into the city, before the wires went down. I love Andrew’s suggestion of impalement. Unfortunately, all Connex’ staff would be too stupid to get the joke. Rog. Loading... Comments are closed.