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Tales from the Transit Line

Report from the Evening Commute:

A young commuter on the Millenium Line tonight, better watch out. After taunting his younger companion until she started crying, he observed: “All you’re saying is ‘wah, wah, wah, wah, wah, wah.'”

Then, after pretending he was a dog for a minute, he noted all he wanted for Christmas was his “two front teeth,” which he is certain to be missing when Santa Claus comes to town, if he keeps shouting into his sister’s face.

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Tales from the Transit Line

Report from the Evening Commute:

A discussion about superpowers on the Millenium Line between a young couple turned into a debate about immortality tonight.

“I would rather be rich,” said the girlfriend, emphatically noting that it would be difficult to be left behind by non-immortal loved ones.

“I’d be immortal,” retorted the boyfriend, unequivocally.

“But what about losing someone you loved?” his lady responded with a hint of sadness.

“I would just find someone new to love,” the gentleman commuter declared.

“But you’d still have your memories … Like Wolverine!” the dame protested.

“Ya, I guess …” said the man.

Tales from the Transit Line

Fashion Files from the Morning Commute:

Just because the Millenium Line isn’t near any golf courses, doesn’t mean that while you’re getting teed off with the crowds at Commercial-Broadway Station, you can’t look like your on your way to tee-off.

This guy’s just missing a green blazer to make his golf-inspired attire complete.

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Tales from the Transit Line

Report from the Evening Commute

Animal control had to be dispatched to the Millenium Line this evening after a wolf was sighted on the SkyTrain.

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Fortunately, the animal was sleeping and no one was hurt.

Tales from the Transit Line

Report from the Morning Commute:

An enterprising young commuter on the Millennium Line, this morning, has proved that if one sits and twists a Rubik’s Cube in different directions for 18 minutes, without looking at it, absolutely nothing will happen.

In unrelated news, we would like to wish all of our loyal readers and critics, a very happy New Year!