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I love your blog! I just started reading through some posts; cracks me up. I have similar commuter angst everyday due to train drama. And, oh, there's usually drama. The trains actually have been very well-behaved since the DeCamp strike...I'm starting to think it's all just a conspiracy to acquire more train riders. ;-)
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