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2012-08-03 12:59:26 PM
This guy makes Huell Howser look like Steven Wright.
 
2012-08-03 03:18:46 PM
That dude seems to have tourrettes and parkinsons symptoms.

//yes i know i'm a terrible human being
 
2012-08-03 03:19:52 PM
i557.photobucket.com
It wasn't all I'd hoped for.
 
2012-08-03 03:24:56 PM
Double Loco! What does it mean?
 
2012-08-03 03:28:33 PM
Did he say "That doesn't stop a foamer"? I thought only women did that?
 
2012-08-03 03:33:21 PM
upload.wikimedia.org

Bro?
 
2012-08-03 04:07:41 PM
To be fair, those were some beautiful machines.
 
2012-08-03 04:10:17 PM
Sounds like Mr. Garrison from South Park.
 
2012-08-03 04:23:27 PM

Easy Reader: To be fair, those were some beautiful machines.


Very much so. Love me some trains.

Other people seem to love them more, though.
 
2012-08-03 04:33:13 PM

dualplains


Easy Reader: To be fair, those were some beautiful machines.
Very much so. Love me some trains.
Other people seem to love them more, though.


these
 
2012-08-03 04:38:37 PM
Double train go
 
2012-08-03 04:38:46 PM
This is the difference between a geek and a nerd. The nerd takes it too far; he's in public doing this shouting, mind you.
 
2012-08-03 04:53:48 PM
o.......k..... *takes a big step back away from Densha Otoko*
 
2012-08-03 04:57:02 PM
I'm not ashamed to say I would be right there with him!
Albeit a little more quietly.

Those are some beautiful locomotives.

He will probably have a stroke if he's here in new hampshire the day the "Flying Yankee" FINALLY makes it maiden run.

Link

All you railfans, please go to the link and give till it hurts!

/ railfan
// model railroader.
 
2012-08-03 05:06:08 PM
I wish the bugger had shut up. i couldn't hear those lovely old vintage diesels.

This time tomorrow, when he plays back the video, he's going to curse himself, just as we are doing now.
 
2012-08-03 05:22:17 PM
For those of you not getting the reference, it's a parody of this original video.
 
2012-08-03 05:27:02 PM
As a conductor, I'm getting a kick....

Granted, I'm pretty junior 'round these parts so I don't see very much road time and usually get stuck building transfers and spotting industries - but I simply do not understand any sort of fascination with trains. I can't even remember what the hell made me decide to work for this biatch in the first place.

Oh, right, the army was starting to suck moose-cock.

Anyway, you Foamers...kindly limit your interaction to trackside. You are my least favourite kind of nerd.
 
2012-08-03 05:39:54 PM

Tegro: For those of you not getting the reference, it's a parody of this original video.


Parody, or the same guy. You be the judge.
 
2012-08-03 06:16:44 PM

Basily Gourt: I'm not ashamed to say I would be right there with him!
Albeit a little more quietly.

Those are some beautiful locomotives.

He will probably have a stroke if he's here in new hampshire the day the "Flying Yankee" FINALLY makes it maiden run.

Link

All you railfans, please go to the link and give till it hurts!

/ railfan
// model railroader.



Railleans?


/all i got
 
2012-08-03 06:23:46 PM
Pretty cool machines, but the guy is still a geek lord. I knew a guy who would write down the numbers of train cars and then go home and track where they went from the time he saw them to..well..I'm guessing until he got done cranking one off. Disturbing.
 
2012-08-03 06:48:28 PM

Basily Gourt: I'm not ashamed to say I would be right there with him!
Albeit a little more quietly.

Those are some beautiful locomotives.

He will probably have a stroke if he's here in new hampshire the day the "Flying Yankee" FINALLY makes it maiden run.

Link

All you railfans, please go to the link and give till it hurts!

/ railfan
// model railroader.


Oh, that looks like the same type of train they had in a museum in Chicago that I went to. It was pretty awesome.
 
2012-08-03 07:16:17 PM
pixhost.me

sorta obscure, but it shouldn't be.
 
2012-08-03 09:09:55 PM
Everybody's gotta have a hobby.
 
2012-08-03 09:18:58 PM
Hubs and I went to the MTA Transit Museum in Brooklyn today. He is a subway electrician. A large part of the exhibit is all about electricity and how it powers the trains. I've never seen him happier, he palyed with all the exhibits and even knew how to fix and get working the ones that weren't 100% operational. I wasn't too keen when he explained to me about how to arc the third rail to light a cigarette ;-O But I told him that when he retires he should apply to be a docent.The lower floor of the museum is all old subway cars and motors and engines and switch relay rooms and all sorts of doodads that he knows how to make work because that's what he does. I think I could take him their every week and he would be content.

Years back I new a guy who loved to go train spotting and could rattle off description of engines and flatbeds and trailers and all sorts of the different cars, who owned them, what they were carrying and where they were going. He knew all these great logistic systems by heart. I thought it was as interesting as watching paint dry, but he thought about it ALL the time...some guys know sports stats, he knew freight trains like that. I remember going with Mom to the Empire State Museum in Albany where they have a subway car. She got in it, sat down and closed her eyes and said "it still smells the same". My MIL, who hasn't ridden a subway in at least four decades, can still tell you all the lines and stops and where you have to transfer to get somewhere she knew. Transit--trains, busses, ferries--are like arteries and veins going through a body, and the people in there are the blood and oxygen coursing through. So I get it, there is something about trains that just makes some people go gaga.
 
2012-08-03 09:34:40 PM
I would be happy to get a working BL-2 and what I think is an E-3 in full working order on video. But DUDE, take a valium !
 
2012-08-03 10:11:16 PM
All these comments, and not one mention of the proper name for this hobby.

Trainspotting.

WTF is a foamer?
 
2012-08-03 11:09:46 PM
Good for him. Glad he takes joy in something. It's just a hobby.
 
2012-08-03 11:52:42 PM

Ceiling Moran: All these comments, and not one mention of the proper name for this hobby.

Trainspotting.

WTF is a foamer?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Railfan
 
2012-08-04 12:42:21 AM
ghey...
 
2012-08-04 01:25:57 AM
I usually don't expect much from College Humor links, but this delivers.
 
2012-08-04 04:59:28 AM
Anyone else watch 'The Station Agent'? Loved it....

/tried to find a good pic to add for the thread, but no such luck for one such as I
 
2012-08-04 07:30:54 AM

Ceiling Moran: All these comments, and not one mention of the proper name for this hobby.

Trainspotting.

WTF is a foamer?


I've been a railfan all my life, and I've never heard it refered to as trainspotting. Must be a european term.

Personally, I'm halfway between railfan and foamer. And proud of it!
 
2012-08-04 08:50:40 AM
Awright, even with javaßcheise enabled, that won't play, so is it the same screaming nutter in North Creek, NY spazing over an E-unit and BL-2?
 
2012-08-04 10:54:28 AM
I wonder if this guy was at Spencer, NC back on July 4th for Tard-fest? People like this make me want to take up stamp collecting.
 
2012-08-04 01:26:12 PM
He could always get a job as a correspondent for ONN: Link
 
2012-08-04 04:25:05 PM
I thought. http://www.break.com/index/female-train-conductor-leaves-mic-on_1.html

NSFW audio.
 
2012-08-04 11:09:19 PM

Incetardis: As a conductor, I'm getting a kick....

Granted, I'm pretty junior 'round these parts so I don't see very much road time and usually get stuck building transfers and spotting industries - but I simply do not understand any sort of fascination with trains. I can't even remember what the hell made me decide to work for this biatch in the first place.

Oh, right, the army was starting to suck moose-cock.

Anyway, you Foamers...kindly limit your interaction to trackside. You are my least favourite kind of nerd.


Trust me, it's great when you get a job doing something you're passionate about. Sorry we can't count you among us.

Ceiling Moran: All these comments, and not one mention of the proper name for this hobby.

Trainspotting.

WTF is a foamer?


"Trainspotting" is a more British-oriented activity that involves noting locomotive numbers and trying to "spot" every example of a certain class of locomotive. Around here, "railfan" is the common term. "Foamer" originated as a more derogatory term (in the sense that a person would foam at the mouth upon seeing a train) but has since been more or less embraced.
 
2012-08-04 11:11:05 PM
I like trains.
 
2012-08-06 05:04:30 AM
Two things:

1. OH PLEASE SOMEONE AUTOTUNE THIS! OH PLEASE, OH PLEASE, OH PLEASE!!!

2. I think this has to be possibly the most boring hobby in the history of mankind, and I have Aspergers' for farks sake...
 
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