Glitch #372 was boring, so I got rid of it.
Add a comma after station. (The sentence is compound. Both the Chicago Manual of Style and the Associate Press Stylebook say compound sentences require commas. “I just don’t like commas, they slow me down and you can’t tell me what to do,” does not justify punctuating incorrectly. Neither does, “Fuck you grammar nazi!” *rolls eyes* And, for the record, the correct term is grammar ninja.)
Add a comma after leave. (As it is used in this sentence, however is an interrupter and needs to be separated from the rest of the sentence by commas.)
There’s a typo in the next sentence: come should be some.
The two-dot “ellipsis” at the end is wrong. If you want a dramatic trail-off on the last sentence (these are fairly common on book blurbs, for example), use three dots.
After a long shift at work, you are on the bus heading home. It arrives at the last station, and you get up from your seat. Before you can leave, however, you notice that some people are staying seated. Intrigued, you decide to sit back down and see where they go.