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  • He told them "he had been drinking and was just taking a shortcut home," the complaint said.

    Shortcuts involve naps on the tracks?

    That is a pretty industrial area over there with little to no light.
    That guy is lucky to be alive.
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    ...The stars at night, I put 'em there. And I know the presidents, all of them. And I go where I damn well please. Even the chairman of the New York Central can't do it better. My road, kid, and I don't give lessons and I don't take partners.
  • He asked Sommers to get off the tracks; Sommers refused, the complaint said.

    SOMEONE woke up on the wrong side of the track this morning!

    Wocka wocka...
  • One of my West Virginia cousins was killed while napping on a train track. True story.

    /CSB
  • Way to represent, Minnesota Farker. What's your handle?
  • I remember some protester back in the 1980s lay in front of a train, apparently unaware of their lack of quick stopping ability. Got both his legs.
  • I can barely sleep on a futon, and these idiots can sleep on train tracks?
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    "I'm game. We'll see who rusts first!"
  • I knew a guy who lived in a cave in the cliff above the railroad tracks that parallel the Mississippi River across from the Saint Paul Airport, back in the '60s. I went with him to visit his old "home", and he told me that once he was drunk, and walked out and rolled all the way to the tracks. That's about 200' of rollin'. Unfortunately, he died last year.
  • He refused to move?

    Fine. Nobody needs him anyway.
  • Damn you, Anarchangel, you got to the reference first.

    "Sir, do you know how much damage this steamroller will take if it runs over you?"
    "No, how much? "
    "Absolutely none. I trust I make myself clear? "
  • Fruvous: "Sir, do you know how much damage this steamroller will take if it runs over you?"
    "No, how much? "
    "Absolutely none. I trust I make myself clear? "


    "Why should I take your word for it when you obviously can't tell the difference between a steamroller and a bulldozer?"
  • UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: I knew a guy who lived in a cave in the cliff above the railroad tracks that parallel the Mississippi River across from the Saint Paul Airport, back in the '60s. I went with him to visit his old "home", and he told me that once he was drunk, and walked out and rolled all the way to the tracks. That's about 200' of rollin'. Unfortunately, he died last year.


    He should have gotten off the tracks.
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