HomeBreaking NewsTwo Buses Collide in Downtown Los Angeles Two Buses Collide in Downtown Los Angeles Lorie Byrd August 14, 2006 Breaking News 7 Comments Two buses (or is it busses?) just collided in downtown L.A., resulting in one crashing into a building. There is not yet an online report of this story. According to reports on the cable news channels, no cause is known for the collision. Modern Day Neville Chamberlains Techno Grumbles Related Posts Helen Thomas to Retire Alexander Haig, US Army General and former Secretary of State, dead at 85 Lady Bird Johnson dies at 94 About The Author Lorie Byrd 7 Comments JohnAnnArbor August 14, 2006 “buses” Hugh August 14, 2006 busses or buses are both correct JohnAnnArbor August 14, 2006 No, “busses” is the plural of “buss,” which means a kiss. Tom Anger August 14, 2006 JohnAnnArbor is right. Hugh August 14, 2006 No. I am right. Both plurals of bus are correct. busFrom AskOxford.com • noun (pl. buses; US also busses) 1 a large motor vehicle carrying customers along a fixed route. 2 Computing a distinct set of conductors within a computer system, to which pieces of equipment may be connected in parallel. • verb (buses or busses, bused or bussed, busing or bussing) 1 transport or travel in a bus. 2 N. Amer. clear (dirty crockery) in a restaurant or cafeteria. — ORIGIN shortening of OMNIBUS George August 14, 2006 If they are city busses, about 5000 people will be claiming they were on board and lining up to file a law suit. James Cloninger August 14, 2006 I blame Bush… …oh, and the joooooz.