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2014-04-16 03:27:40 PM  

Zul the Magnificent: I'm going with "the engineer is a douche" here.  Why the fark didn't he just swerve a few feet to the right if he was so concerned about the kid?


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2014-04-16 03:28:52 PM  
One night, my girlfriend of the time and I were on the way to my local watering hole.  We were stop for a approaching train, about 5 cars from the gates.  A car pull out of line behind us and proceeds to drive around the gates.  My girlfriend said, "He's not going to make it!' and I said, "No, I think he across."  As usual, I was wrong.  The freight train, horn blaring and brakes screeching, comes flying through and seemed to clip the car, because the beam from the headlights went spinning through the trees.  I did a u-turn and took another route the bar.  When we got there,I told my friend what I had witnessed. One guys father was a train engineer, and he said his father told about one incident, where the same thing I saw happened. He said the train crew ran back to the busted up car and found the driver standing there unhurt, so they promptly began to beat the shiat out of him.
 
2014-04-16 03:30:18 PM  

SharkaPult: gunther_bumpass: uber humper:
[chart.apis.google.com image 500x200]
 http://www.rita.dot.gov/bts/sites/rita.dot.gov.bts/files/publicatio ns/ national_transportation_statistics/html/table_03_21.html


Argh. That chart.  Is that  3 cents or .03 cents?   $.03  or $.0003 ?

furthermore - what the hell is "$10 bucks"  Ten dollar bucks? What the fark is a dollar buck?  Writing means things!

I'm not that other guy who wrote that post or made the chart but that is literally .03 cents per ton, per mile. Ridiculously cheaper than truck/air but transit time is far greater. Rail usually clocks in between .025 and .04 cents per mile depending on fuel and container availability. I don't know offhand if those figures include bulk cars like liquid/grain cars/hoppers and not just rail containers. Those figures are quoted all of the time in logistics though, usually by a salesman trying to get your shipping department to move things rail.

/works driving a desk in logistics so I'm getting a kick etc.


OK. THAT makes even more cents. (get it?)

Thank you for the reclarification of the clarification. Words mean things!
 
2014-04-16 03:33:22 PM  

SharkaPult: gunther_bumpass: uber humper:
[chart.apis.google.com image 500x200]
 http://www.rita.dot.gov/bts/sites/rita.dot.gov.bts/files/publicatio ns/ national_transportation_statistics/html/table_03_21.html


Argh. That chart.  Is that  3 cents or .03 cents?   $.03  or $.0003 ?

furthermore - what the hell is "$10 bucks"  Ten dollar bucks? What the fark is a dollar buck?  Writing means things!

I'm not that other guy who wrote that post or made the chart but that is actually.03  dollars per ton, per mile. Ridiculously cheaper than truck/air but transit time is far greater. Rail usually clocks in between .025 and .04 dollars per mile depending on fuel and container availability. I don't know offhand if those figures include bulk cars like liquid/grain cars/hoppers and not just rail containers. Those figures are quoted all of the time in logistics though, usually by a salesman trying to get your shipping department to move things rail.

/works driving a desk in logistics so I'm getting a kick etc.



FTFM
regularly prices things as .46 cpm @ work and its really supposed to be .46 dollars but everyone just understands what I mean somehow.
 
2014-04-16 03:33:39 PM  
The shiatty part about this is that the kid probably will get a big payout, despite the train driver trying to save his life. Had the driver let him die, then there wouldn't be a lawsuit.

But in the end, it's the driver who has to live with himself.

Also, this thread needs more hyperbole. Back to the murder comments.
 
2014-04-16 03:34:38 PM  

SharkaPult: SharkaPult: gunther_bumpass: uber humper:
[chart.apis.google.com image 500x200]
 http://www.rita.dot.gov/bts/sites/rita.dot.gov.bts/files/publicatio ns/ national_transportation_statistics/html/table_03_21.html


Argh. That chart.  Is that  3 cents or .03 cents?   $.03  or $.0003 ?

furthermore - what the hell is "$10 bucks"  Ten dollar bucks? What the fark is a dollar buck?  Writing means things!

I'm not that other guy who wrote that post or made the chart but that is actually.03  dollars per ton, per mile. Ridiculously cheaper than truck/air but transit time is far greater. Rail usually clocks in between .025 and .04 dollars per mile depending on fuel and container availability. I don't know offhand if those figures include bulk cars like liquid/grain cars/hoppers and not just rail containers. Those figures are quoted all of the time in logistics though, usually by a salesman trying to get your shipping department to move things rail.

/works driving a desk in logistics so I'm getting a kick etc.


FTFM
regularly prices things as .46 cpm @ work and its really supposed to be .46 dollars but everyone just understands what I mean somehow.


GOD DAMN IT!!!
 
2014-04-16 03:35:36 PM  

Alonjar: uber humper: It's very competitive as a mode transporting freight. the most efficient on land.  About 3 cents per ton per mile.  Needs roads for the last mile, but trains are the way to go and will be here for a while

This.  As the cost of oil keeps going up, reaching prohibitively expensive levels, rail will come back into the forefront of moving things from place to place, instead of hugely inefficient trucks.

A smart man looking for a long term investment would put some money into rail companies.


Warren Buffett is a little over 4 years ahead of you.
 
2014-04-16 03:37:02 PM  

cryinoutloud: [img.fark.net image 448x269]

He's a little cross-eyed. Probably even more so now. This is good, it alerts others to his stupidity.


i406.photobucket.com

Falls down a well his eyes get crossed, gets kicked in the head by a train they go back....you tell me.
 
2014-04-16 03:38:49 PM  
Wow, that completely made my day!
 
2014-04-16 03:38:59 PM  

SpectroBoy: Your honor, the defendant was merely delivering a "freedom nudge". It would be prejudicial to call it a well-deserved swift kick to the head.


He got a level-shot boot to the head by someone on a moving train, and yet didn't even fall over or wince.  That was a soft-contact hit, not a "swift kick" by any means.  I get swift kicks to the face from bare-footed toddlers all the time and those hurt.  If that engineer was trying to "swift kick" him, he'd have been on his ass writhing in pain.

The kid won't sue because the evidence that he was placing himself in a trespassing situation and deliberately endangering himself at the liability of the railroad would sink any case possible.
 
2014-04-16 03:39:19 PM  

Zul the Magnificent: I'm going with "the engineer is a douche" here.  Why the fark didn't he just swerve a few feet to the right if he was so concerned about the kid?


Made me snort.
 
2014-04-16 03:39:56 PM  
Since no one else has, I'm going to call fake. (And gay, of course)

Fake because idiot kid shot video and gay because internet.
 
2014-04-16 03:40:08 PM  

FLMountainMan: AndreMA: That train conductor needs to be permanently banned from any work in the transportation sector, holding a driver's licence, or even operating a motorized scooter. He clearly doesn't understand the responsibilities that come from operating (or being associated with the operation of) motor vehicles.

If you get the opportunity, you should probably kill yourself.


That's harsh.
 
2014-04-16 03:40:40 PM  
I"m gonna decline to hero-ize the conductor, but if the conductor of a train is close enough to touch you as the train passes, you're TOO farkING CLOSE TO THE TRAIN, ASSHOLE.
 
2014-04-16 03:42:29 PM  

gunther_bumpass: SharkaPult: SharkaPult: gunther_bumpass: uber humper:
[chart.apis.google.com image 500x200]
 http://www.rita.dot.gov/bts/sites/rita.dot.gov.bts/files/publicatio ns/ national_transportation_statistics/html/table_03_21.html


Argh. That chart.  Is that  3 cents or .03 cents?   $.03  or $.0003 ?

furthermore - what the hell is "$10 bucks"  Ten dollar bucks? What the fark is a dollar buck?  Writing means things!

I'm not that other guy who wrote that post or made the chart but that is actually.03  dollars per ton, per mile. Ridiculously cheaper than truck/air but transit time is far greater. Rail usually clocks in between .025 and .04 dollars per mile depending on fuel and container availability. I don't know offhand if those figures include bulk cars like liquid/grain cars/hoppers and not just rail containers. Those figures are quoted all of the time in logistics though, usually by a salesman trying to get your shipping department to move things rail.

/works driving a desk in logistics so I'm getting a kick etc.


FTFM
regularly prices things as .46 cpm @ work and its really supposed to be .46 dollars but everyone just understands what I mean somehow.

GOD DAMN IT!!!


It just converts to 3 cents per mile like Uber said, its just written stupidly on the graph. It is unfortunately a common logistics industry practice is to write things in .XX cents per mile when really its just XX cents per mile and should be written .XX Dollars per mile. At least at the companies I worked for/vendors I've priced for.
 
2014-04-16 03:43:07 PM  

zimbomba63: One night, my girlfriend of the time and I were on the way to my local watering hole.  We were stop for a approaching train, about 5 cars from the gates.  A car pull out of line behind us and proceeds to drive around the gates.  My girlfriend said, "He's not going to make it!' and I said, "No, I think he across."  As usual, I was wrong.  The freight train, horn blaring and brakes screeching, comes flying through and seemed to clip the car, because the beam from the headlights went spinning through the trees.  I did a u-turn and took another route the bar.  When we got there,I told my friend what I had witnessed. One guys father was a train engineer, and he said his father told about one incident, where the same thing I saw happened. He said the train crew ran back to the busted up car and found the driver standing there unhurt, so they promptly began to beat the shiat out of him.


Now that's definitely assault.
 
2014-04-16 03:43:58 PM  

zimbomba63: One night, my girlfriend of the time and I were on the way to my local watering hole.  We were stop for a approaching train, about 5 cars from the gates.  A car pull out of line behind us and proceeds to drive around the gates.  My girlfriend said, "He's not going to make it!' and I said, "No, I think he across."  As usual, I was wrong.  The freight train, horn blaring and brakes screeching, comes flying through and seemed to clip the car, because the beam from the headlights went spinning through the trees.  I did a u-turn and took another route the bar.  When we got there,I told my friend what I had witnessed. One guys father was a train engineer, and he said his father told about one incident, where the same thing I saw happened. He said the train crew ran back to the busted up car and found the driver standing there unhurt, so they promptly began to beat the shiat out of him.


So...you witnessed a car getting hit by a train and you didn't stop to help, you just found a more convenient route to a bar.  CSB.
 
2014-04-16 03:44:41 PM  
If you don't want to get hit by a train, don't stand next to it.

/instant correction good for dogs and stupid humans
 
2014-04-16 03:45:20 PM  

rwhamann: if I was that kid's dad, I'd be shopping lawyers right now.


Of course you would, you worthless piece of opportunistic garbage.
 
2014-04-16 03:46:10 PM  
I think the conductor was trying to save the kid and get him clear. If he wanted to hurt him, I'm sure he had a length of pipe or a hammer handy.
 
2014-04-16 03:46:40 PM  
Bet the conductor was twenty-five.

/speed jive don't want to stay alive when you're twenty-five
 
2014-04-16 03:49:12 PM  

zimbomba63: One night, my girlfriend of the time and I were on the way to my local watering hole.  We were stop for a approaching train, about 5 cars from the gates.  A car pull out of line behind us and proceeds to drive around the gates.  My girlfriend said, "He's not going to make it!' and I said, "No, I think he across."  As usual, I was wrong.  The freight train, horn blaring and brakes screeching, comes flying through and seemed to clip the car, because the beam from the headlights went spinning through the trees.  I did a u-turn and took another route the bar.  When we got there,I told my friend what I had witnessed. One guys father was a train engineer, and he said his father told about one incident, where the same thing I saw happened. He said the train crew ran back to the busted up car and found the driver standing there unhurt, so they promptly began to beat the shiat out of him.


That is pretty awesome.
 
2014-04-16 03:50:45 PM  

Mikey1969: edmo: Close enough to get kicked is close enough to get sucked into the train.

Yep... We had 3 or 4 people a year get hit by a train in Flagstaff, most were people illegally crossing, or drunks on the tracks, but every once in awhile, someone got sucked in... 2/3 of downtown was on one side of the tracks, the rest on the other, and even waiting for a train  to go by, standing just outside the barrier, you could feel that shiat. It was actually pretty cool.


I'm in Flag, and I know someone here who was standing close to the train because the rushing wind felt cool... right up until something sticking out of the train smacked him, breaking off the top of his femur and shattering everloving fark out of his pelvis.  It's amazing he learned to walk again.

This story came to mind the other night when I watched a drunk dude try to get his head reeeeeel close to the train.  I said something to him and his friends, but in their opinion he didn't die so it's fine.  Also, wooooooooo-hoooooooo! and baaaarf!
 
2014-04-16 03:51:10 PM  

InterruptingQuirk: FLMountainMan: AndreMA: That train conductor needs to be permanently banned from any work in the transportation sector, holding a driver's licence, or even operating a motorized scooter. He clearly doesn't understand the responsibilities that come from operating (or being associated with the operation of) motor vehicles.

If you get the opportunity, you should probably kill yourself.


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I just finished that series, really good until the last 5 minutes of the last episode.


Let me guess - liberal?

/Funny how it breaks down that way
 
2014-04-16 03:51:32 PM  
A kick could have caused serious injury, but a slap would have been in order.

/GET OUT OF THE WAY MORON
 
2014-04-16 03:51:56 PM  

Literally Addicted: So...you witnessed a car getting hit by a train and you didn't stop to help, you just found a more convenient route to a bar.  CSB.


When trains hit things, they stop and must assess damage.   From the posters description, he was on the opposite side of the tracks... as in, the train would have been between him and the car that got hit.  Therefore, there was nothing he could have done, and its likely the train would have been sitting there blocking the road for quite awhile.

...and trains are really long, and take some distance to stop, so no, simply walking around it was probably not an option.

/Arm chairing things is fun.
 
2014-04-16 03:53:31 PM  
Another reason I don't think the conductor was malicious? He didn't yell "KEE YAH!"
 
2014-04-16 03:55:44 PM  
Am I the only person who watched the video?  The number of 'speeding train' comments and grim projections of getting sucked under or impaled on protruding metal when compared to the lazy amble present in the video is baffling.

Not that the conductor did wrong here that loop of steel or any other protrusion could have easily dazed the kid enough to make him fall and who knows which direction he would fall in?  He might have saved that kid's life, or limb(s).
 
2014-04-16 03:57:31 PM  

AndreMA: uber humper: It's very competitive as a mode transporting freight. the most efficient on land. About 3 cents per ton per mile. Needs roads for the last mile, but trains are the way to go and will be here for a while

Second most. Pipelines -- once the initial capital outlay is amortized -- are cheaper.


U right.  Now we just need to figure out how to transport people in the pipelines. We got information in tubes, why not people?
 
2014-04-16 03:58:52 PM  

AndreMA: uber humper: It's very competitive as a mode transporting freight. the most efficient on land. About 3 cents per ton per mile. Needs roads for the last mile, but trains are the way to go and will be here for a while

Second most. Pipelines -- once the initial capital outlay is amortized -- are cheaper.


I kinda doubt pipelines are much less expensive to lay than railroad track
 
2014-04-16 03:58:58 PM  

FLMountainMan: InterruptingQuirk: FLMountainMan: AndreMA: That train conductor needs to be permanently banned from any work in the transportation sector, holding a driver's licence, or even operating a motorized scooter. He clearly doesn't understand the responsibilities that come from operating (or being associated with the operation of) motor vehicles.

If you get the opportunity, you should probably kill yourself.


[i1.ytimg.com image 480x360]

I just finished that series, really good until the last 5 minutes of the last episode.

Let me guess - liberal?

/Funny how it breaks down that way


OK? What are you on about?
 
2014-04-16 04:00:08 PM  

Literally Addicted: zimbomba63: One night, my girlfriend of the time and I were on the way to my local watering hole.  We were stop for a approaching train, about 5 cars from the gates.  A car pull out of line behind us and proceeds to drive around the gates.  My girlfriend said, "He's not going to make it!' and I said, "No, I think he across."  As usual, I was wrong.  The freight train, horn blaring and brakes screeching, comes flying through and seemed to clip the car, because the beam from the headlights went spinning through the trees.  I did a u-turn and took another route the bar.  When we got there,I told my friend what I had witnessed. One guys father was a train engineer, and he said his father told about one incident, where the same thing I saw happened. He said the train crew ran back to the busted up car and found the driver standing there unhurt, so they promptly began to beat the shiat out of him.

So...you witnessed a car getting hit by a train and you didn't stop to help, you just found a more convenient route to a bar.  CSB.


Yeah but unfortunately the guy still survived.
 
2014-04-16 04:00:30 PM  

uber humper: AndreMA: uber humper: It's very competitive as a mode transporting freight. the most efficient on land. About 3 cents per ton per mile. Needs roads for the last mile, but trains are the way to go and will be here for a while

Second most. Pipelines -- once the initial capital outlay is amortized -- are cheaper.

U right.  Now we just need to figure out how to transport people in the pipelines. We got information in tubes, why not people?


How do you ship non liquid goods in a pipeline?
 
2014-04-16 04:01:37 PM  
I wonder how the engineer's foot did.

As a young'n I learned that you and a buddy driving by each other at 25mph so you can give a 50mph high five hurts like mother farker.
 
2014-04-16 04:04:43 PM  

R.A.Danny: uber humper: AndreMA: uber humper: It's very competitive as a mode transporting freight. the most efficient on land. About 3 cents per ton per mile. Needs roads for the last mile, but trains are the way to go and will be here for a while

Second most. Pipelines -- once the initial capital outlay is amortized -- are cheaper.

U right.  Now we just need to figure out how to transport people in the pipelines. We got information in tubes, why not people?

How do you ship non liquid goods in a pipeline?


Well, you see, we take these tubes
images.bwbx.io

and

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by the next day we will have

s1.ibtimes.com
 
2014-04-16 04:04:44 PM  
img412.imageshack.us
 The engineer, 20 seconds before the video was taken
 
2014-04-16 04:04:52 PM  

uber humper: We got information in tubes, why not people?


Would only work for men.

The women are in binders, which tend to clog the pipe.
 
2014-04-16 04:05:09 PM  

Literally Addicted: So...you witnessed a car getting hit by a train and you didn't stop to help, you just found a more convenient route to a bar.  CSB.


Well yeah, a man has his priorities. I'm taking points off though because he didn't get "video" of the incident.
 
2014-04-16 04:05:36 PM  

Alonjar: When trains hit things, they stop and must assess damage. From the posters description, he was on the opposite side of the tracks... as in, the train would have been between him and the car that got hit. Therefore, there was nothing he could have done, and its likely the train would have been sitting there blocking the road for quite awhile.


At what point does he say the car is on the opposite side of the tracks?  Assumptions sure are funny looking things from an armchair.

...and trains are really long, and take some distance to stop, so no, simply walking around it was probably not an option.

Also, my point - since the train operator would be quite some distance from the actual accident, immediate first aid might have been needed for the car driver.  If, in fact, the car was on the other side of the train (as you assume) and couldn't be safely reached, perhaps a 911 call wouldn't have been a bad idea?
 
2014-04-16 04:11:52 PM  

InterruptingQuirk: R.A.Danny: uber humper: AndreMA: uber humper: It's very competitive as a mode transporting freight. the most efficient on land. About 3 cents per ton per mile. Needs roads for the last mile, but trains are the way to go and will be here for a while

Second most. Pipelines -- once the initial capital outlay is amortized -- are cheaper.

U right.  Now we just need to figure out how to transport people in the pipelines. We got information in tubes, why not people?

How do you ship non liquid goods in a pipeline?

Well, you see, we take these tubes
[images.bwbx.io image 630x420]

and

[cdn0.vox-cdn.com image 640x401]

by the next day we will have

[s1.ibtimes.com image 770x578]


media.tumblr.com

Bond did it in a pig
 
2014-04-16 04:12:40 PM  

AndreMA: Egoy3k: that loop of steel or any other protrusion could have easily dazed the kid

Unlike a shod foot?


Which would you think is more likely to daze someone?

5 square centimeters of Rubber boot connected to a flexible leg.

.5 square centimeters of steel with no give.
 
2014-04-16 04:14:46 PM  

Egoy3k: Which would you think is more likely to daze someone?5 square centimeters of Rubber boot connected to a flexible leg..5 square centimeters of steel with no give.


Not sure it matters if the head is SOLID BONE.
 
2014-04-16 04:15:47 PM  

cannotsuggestaname: InterruptingQuirk: Close enough to get kicked means he was trespassing, at least here in the States.

trespassing still does not validate assault, or manslaughter. There were so many things that could have gone wrong there, as noted above he could have actually pulled the kid in to the wheels of the train, he could have broken his neck, he could have caused irreparable harm. The engineer is a just as big of a dumbass as the kid is.


jesus christ, that's some grade-a concern-troll smarm you got there. i've never seen a wet blanket with such laser precision. you've been at this thing a bit, haven't you?
 
2014-04-16 04:16:13 PM  

Zul the Magnificent: Egoy3k: Which would you think is more likely to daze someone?5 square centimeters of Rubber boot connected to a flexible leg..5 square centimeters of steel with no give.

Not sure it matters if the head is SOLID BONE.


Well it does. Sorry that your education sucked.
 
2014-04-16 04:16:21 PM  

rosekolodny: Mikey1969: edmo: Close enough to get kicked is close enough to get sucked into the train.

Yep... We had 3 or 4 people a year get hit by a train in Flagstaff, most were people illegally crossing, or drunks on the tracks, but every once in awhile, someone got sucked in... 2/3 of downtown was on one side of the tracks, the rest on the other, and even waiting for a train  to go by, standing just outside the barrier, you could feel that shiat. It was actually pretty cool.

I'm in Flag, and I know someone here who was standing close to the train because the rushing wind felt cool... right up until something sticking out of the train smacked him, breaking off the top of his femur and shattering everloving fark out of his pelvis.  It's amazing he learned to walk again.

This story came to mind the other night when I watched a drunk dude try to get his head reeeeeel close to the train.  I said something to him and his friends, but in their opinion he didn't die so it's fine.  Also, wooooooooo-hoooooooo! and baaaarf!


I was wondering if they still had freight trains blasting through town. I would have figured they''d slow 'em down at this point. I used to live directly uphill from the Mike And Rhonda's on the West side. We were like 75 feet from the tracks, and a train hit someone one night. I hadn't even noticed a train was going by because I got good at ignoring them.. My roommate worked for the paper, so we went out to see what was going on, and ended up being the people who found the body. It was in a yard at least 100 feet farther down the tracks from where the train itself hit her.

You don't fark around with trains when they fling you an extra 100 feet AFTER they stop.

That sucks the person you know got hit. That sounds brutal.
 
2014-04-16 04:16:31 PM  

AndreMA: uber humper: It's very competitive as a mode transporting freight. the most efficient on land. About 3 cents per ton per mile. Needs roads for the last mile, but trains are the way to go and will be here for a while

Second most. Pipelines -- once the initial capital outlay is amortized -- are cheaper.


So, it's cheaper after the expensive bits are paid for? Flying is super cheap, after you pay for the planes, airports, pilots and gas, after all...
 
2014-04-16 04:16:35 PM  

AndreMA: Not a very bright lot, are you? Hanging, drug overdose, jumping from high places, gunshot wound, drowning in caterpillars -- plenty of methods of suicide and you can't come out with even one? Tsk tsk.


The joke is, "getting hit by a train."

You must be new here.
 
2014-04-16 04:23:37 PM  
Next time let him die.
 
2014-04-16 04:23:48 PM  

Super_pope: AndreMA: Not a very bright lot, are you? Hanging, drug overdose, jumping from high places, gunshot wound, drowning in caterpillars -- plenty of methods of suicide and you can't come out with even one? Tsk tsk.

The joke is, "getting hit by a train."

You must be new here.


Thank you Super Pope.
 
2014-04-16 04:25:29 PM  
I've listened to preachers, I've listened to fools. I've watched all the dropouts who make their own rules. All of you brothers over in Africa, tell all the folks in Egypt, and Israel, too. L.A. proved too much for the man (too much for the man, he couldn't make it). So he's leaving a life he's come to know. He sees his children jumping off at stations one by one. His woman and his best friend in bed and having fun. And no one knows the Gypsy's name. No one hears his lonely sighs. There are no blankets where he lies. Well I was drunk the day my mom got out of prison, and I went to pick her up in the rain, but before I could get to the station in my pickup truck, well, we made a stop in Albuquerque; she must thought I was a real cool jerk. Yonder come Miss Rosie. How in the world did you know? By the way she wears her apron and the clothes she wore. But I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die.

/sole train?
 
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