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Frankenbuddha - Jul 12, 2005 4:05:51 am PDT #23 of 10001
"We are the Goon Squad and we're coming to town...Beep! Beep!" - David Bowie, "Fashion"

I saw you Frank, but thought that friendliness in the form of waving or smiling was considered verboten on the commuter rail. Also, your glasses reflected the light, and I couldn't tell if you were snoozing.

Waving is fine - just no conversation pre-caffeine.

I've discovered that no matter how tired I am, I can't sleep on the train in the morning. I can't say the same about the return trip. However, the first time you wake up in Gloucester with an hour and a half until the next train back tends to make one try to ensure that it's also the last time.

Sadly, this didn't prevent me from waking up at North Beverly on the very last train of the evening one time.


Nora Deirdre - Jul 12, 2005 4:07:56 am PDT #24 of 10001
I’m responsible for my own happiness? I can’t even be responsible for my own breakfast! (Bojack Horseman)

Waving is fine - just no conversation pre-caffeine

Heh, I was actually poking fun at the mood of the entire North Shore commuting population, in the morning. But, yeah, I hear you.


Topic!Cindy - Jul 12, 2005 4:09:00 am PDT #25 of 10001
What is even happening?

However, the first time you wake up in Gloucester with an hour and a half until the next train back tends to make one try to ensure that it's also the last time.

Sadly, this didn't prevent me from waking up at North Beverly on the very last train of the evening one time.

Oh, as usual, dear. I have gotten calls from Scott at the Reading Depot. It's okay if you fall asleep going into town, because North Station is the end of the line. But when you're outbound, and you don't live at the end of the line, it can be a problem. If he ever wakes up in Haverhill, he's on his own.


vw bug - Jul 12, 2005 4:10:43 am PDT #26 of 10001
Mostly lurking...

However, the first time you wake up in Gloucester with an hour and a half until the next train back tends to make one try to ensure that it's also the last time.

Bwah! In my many years of commuting, I never slept through my stop. But, I read through my stop MANY times. I'd just get so lost in my book that the next thing I knew I was at the end of the line. It got so bad for a while that the conductor learned to poke me the stop before mine and tell me to put the book away.


Laura - Jul 12, 2005 4:11:31 am PDT #27 of 10001
Our wings are not tired.

Ciao Bitches! A new thread as I find I need to run an errand....

later.....


Fred Pete - Jul 12, 2005 4:15:12 am PDT #28 of 10001
Ann, that's a ferret.

Top 30!

Not bad, for not being around much yesterday.


Frankenbuddha - Jul 12, 2005 4:16:50 am PDT #29 of 10001
"We are the Goon Squad and we're coming to town...Beep! Beep!" - David Bowie, "Fashion"

But when you're outbound, and you don't live at the end of the line, it can be a problem.

I remember the very first time it happened. I was only half dozing (or so I thought), and I heard the word "Ipswich" very loud and clear. Which, if your stop is Salem, is not a word you should be hearing once you've left North Station.


-t - Jul 12, 2005 4:22:43 am PDT #30 of 10001
I am a woman of various inclinations and only some of the time are they to burn everything down in frustration

Ah, new thread.

I've never commuted by train to work. I've always wanted to, if only for the extra time to read - when I took BART back and forth to summer classes, I read a ton of books.


Gris - Jul 12, 2005 4:26:36 am PDT #31 of 10001
Hey. New board.

Nothing quite like being in class but not yet quite sober at 9:25 a.m.

Remind me not to have so much fun next Monday. I'm finding it very difficult to pay attention.


Connie Neil - Jul 12, 2005 4:29:17 am PDT #32 of 10001
brillig

Unfortunately, it looks like I'll have to drive to work from the interim home instead of taking hte bus. The nearest bus stop is only four blocks away, but Hubby observed what he referred to as two "Latino social spots" between the house and the stop, and he doesn't like the idea of me walking past them. I'm not sure if he meant gang hang outs or what.

Hubby: "If they knew you and knew to leave you alone, I'd say go ahead, but educating hooligans is messy."