You Couldn't Pay Me $15 to Ride This Bus
Let's face it, $15 may sound like a pretty fucking good deal for a bus ride to Boston. But is your self-esteem so low that you believe your life is only worth the $20 you'll save over Greyhound? $15 is cheaper than the gas it would take to drive up there yourself. What, exactly, do they use for fuel? Super-low-octane-gasoline? Cooking oil? Small children? Is $15 worth the risk of spontaneous combustion? Is it worth sacrificing the apparently special amenities that other commerical bus lines provide? You know... "heat," "air conditioning," and "restrooms."
Lately, I've seriously considered taking Limoliner to Boston. It's a bus with personal TV, satellite radio, newspapers, wireless Internet, food service, and movies in English! Sure, a one-way trip costs three times as much as a round trip on Fung-Wah (still cheaper than Amtrak), and Fung-Wah may erratically pass you (and/or sideswipe you) on the way, but you'll be watching the terrified faces of Chinatown Bus passengers while comfortably reclined in your leather seat!