Here’s Your Daily Dose of Boston’s A.M. Commuting Terrors

General insanity is becoming a tragic norm.

It’s Wednesday, and we’re still standing in this commuting environment of hell henceforth dubbed as reality.

Let’s take a moment to look back on this disaster that is quite literally snowballing. Signs of initial insanity began back in January when Red Line riders kicked out windows on the train after the first blizzard, then buses were getting stuck, people were evacuating disabled trains, and meanwhile, the MBTA was all, “We’re doing our best!

Likely fed up with taking all the public heat, MBTA general manager Beverly Scott threw in the towel last week, the MBTA closed down, and suddenly things were so bad around here that even Mayor Marty Walsh waved his white flag telling folks, “I don’t know what to say to anybody anymore.”

So here we are, the MBTA catastrophe continuing into its fourth week, and it’s becoming more and more apparent that the commuters’ everyday woes will present until the end of time. And so we turn our attention to the those who survived this morning’s hellish commute, and live to tweet the tale:

Keep in mind that the MBTA closed the majority of its lines that extend beyond the Downtown area, claiming they’ll use this time to shovel out the tracks by hand. But this is what the progress looks like:

To add to the noise, it doesn’t look like drivers on the Pike or on I-93 are doing much better. This video below, for instance, shows that absurdities are becoming common occurrences thanks to all the snow. Looks like the videographer is taking the same LOL high-road as the Globe:

So here we are in the midst of real-life Winterfell, and the MBTA needs 30 days to get back to “normal” (whatever that is). So Boston commuters, take a look around you at your T-riding, traffic-enduring colleagues. This is our sad reality that isn’t going away.