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post #1741 of 1749
Twice in as many days I have narrowly missed a train thanks to getting stuck behind slow-moving fatties (what other kind is there?) in tunnels. Why must they waddle down the middle of the tunnel, not stick to one side?
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post #1743 of 1749
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I had so many asshole offenders on my train this morning that I wanted to puke.
post #1744 of 1749

Going on five years in NYC, I've experienced a lot (although not as much as some of the longer tenured folks here), but the two things that absolutely get me are the loud ass music in the subway (non-headphones and non-Showtime edition) and the people getting on before everyone gets off. Shit drives me bonkers. 

post #1745 of 1749
At least you guys have a legit transit system. The LA blue line ends a mile away from LAX. Literally a mile away.
post #1746 of 1749

It's easier to get to Newark in NJ than JFK or LGA by public transportation. 

post #1747 of 1749
Our LA to SF 'bullet train' is currently scheduled to cost ~70 billion dollars.
post #1748 of 1749

How much water could you buy with that? Enough for Tom Selleck's garden?

post #1749 of 1749
Almost enough for his avocado grove
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