For a school bus driver, the problems often aren’t so much the traffic in front of the bus as are the children in the back of the bus. “If all your troubles are behind you, you must be a school bus driver” is a classic school bus driver joke, cited in print since at least 1999.
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If all your troubles are behind you, you must be a school bus driver.
Devotions to tickle your fancy and strengthen your faith
By Patsy Clairmont; Women of Faith (Organization); et al
Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan
So don’t wait until your troubles are behind you. The only person whose troubles are behind him is the schoolbus driver!
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From: (Renee )
Date: 13 Aug 2001 11:17:33 GMT
Local: Mon, Aug 13 2001 6:17 am
Subject: º¿º Oneliners
If all your problems are behind you, you must be a school bus driver.
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posted 02-26-2004 11:20 AM
School Bus drivers can’t be out sourced! The good news about the job is that all of your troubles are behind you!
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Date: 24 Dec 2004 09:46:08 -0800
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Subject: What does it mean
What does it mean when you have all your problems behind you?
It means you’re a schoolbus driver! LOL
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Posted - 01/15/2005 : 7:15:23 PM
If all your troubles are behind you-You must be a school bus driver.
St. Louis (MO) Post-Dispatch
Bus drivers share perils, joys
Few have seen the kind of attack that took place in Belleville last week, but all know the challenges and rewards that come with transporting children to school.
BY TODD C. FRANKEL
Posted: Sunday, September 20, 2009 12:00 am
There is an old saying that for a school bus driver, all your troubles are behind you.
Dahlonega (GA) Nugget
Bus driver thwarts possible kidnapping
By Matt Aiken
Published: Wednesday, September 7, 2011 10:06 AM EDT
There’s an old joke among school bus drivers that became all too real for Dennis Williamson recently.
“They say all your troubles are behind you,” said the Dahlonega resident with a chuckle.
Normally, those troubles would consist of a few rowdy students in the back seats. But on one March afternoon, it became something much more serious.
New York City • Education/Schools • (1) Comments • Saturday, September 17, 2011 • Permalink
I really like that quote, my school bus driver was a great guy! He started a home based business coupled with anSEO Service in Grand Rapids and ultimately was able to quit driving the bus because his blacksmith shop really tookoff, it was quite the trip.