All rise for the Honorable Judge (insert your name here). You may sit.
Today's PATCO Ponderings will look into the court case of Ben v. The Lady Who Told Him to Turn His Music Down (henceforth known as "Lady").
So let's kick off this case, Ben you're up.
Lady: "I simply entered the train after work and sat down in an available seat. I heard Ben's music and asked that it be turned down. As a paying customer I feel entitled to a relatively quiet commute after a long day of work."
Ok closing argument time.
Ben: "Your Honor, I did not sit on the "quiet car." I did not ask Lady to sit next to me. The music was not that loud, certainly not louder than the noise of the train. Also, it was PHISH, come on."
Lady: "No further comment."
Ok, you're up. You play role of Judge, jury and executioner. Let us know, is Lady guilty of Jackassery for telling Ben to turn his music down, or is Ben the guilty party?