Well, If I had been in Ottobrunn like before, I would have had zero chance of making it into university. It would really have been impossible. And woe to those who don't speak German. The posted warning signs and announcements were infrequent and only in German. As the Abendzeitung points out, not everyone got the message (I think they could have been a little less cheeky about it however).
My own feelings are ones of annoyance. The MVV has the efficiency of a city much smaller than Munich. Trains run every seven minutes during rush hour (leading to signs politely asking you to refrain from using trains at that time). Fares are impossible to calculate, and insanely expensive (For example, it costs more to ride the underground here than it does to ride the metro in Paris). And should you calculate incorrectly, prepare to pay forty euros, no excuses. Perhaps the next warning strike should be that of the people of Munich against the MVV.
Close to where my lecture would have been today...if I could have gotten there.
Photos Courtesy of the Abendzeitung, more can be found here.