They can't actually fuck the transport network up much worse than TfL do on a daily basis.
Note to Brixton Station manager; If you're going to close your station, TRY TELLING THE REST OF THE NETWORK!
Although that was *not* helped by the fact that the TfL website was reporting the Circle Line as reopened when parts of it were still underwater...
(TfL station assistant: "Yeah, that site's just bollocks")
Apparently my going out in the rain to clear the drain is being recounted as "heroics" in the office, with a disturbing lack of sarcasm. I find people's threshold on this term disturbingly low, as it gets applied whenever I help someone injured or distressed, or someone causing trouble (like that bloody fight at Oxford Circus).
These are generally things I'd hope anyone could or would do. I'm disturbed, and a touch saddened, that it's seen as abnormal behaviour.