TomD9938: Probably lamented in his old age that his kids had no idea how good they've had it.
TomD9938: Fissile: lohphat: I'm tired living in a country that has stopped moving into the modern world.Moving into the modern world? It stopped doing that 30 years ago, we're going backward now.Say hello to Murica's future.[img.fark.net image 567x401]I'll bet that kid on the left really made something of himself.He looks like a "glass half full" kind of guy.
whistleridge: For most Americans, train travel is about finding an empty seat in a crowded car slower and more expensive than flying, and not wort the hassle.FTFY.Unless you live in the Northeast corridor, odds are pretty high you've never ridden on a train in your life that wasn't a subway.
lohphat: I'm tired living in a country that has stopped moving into the modern world.
CruJones: Sorry, not clicking. Did it ever say how much this is? I wouldn't be surprised if hitching your own car up is less than expected.Unfortunately any time I've looked into taking a train it's twice as slow and more expensive. However one good time is taking the train to New Orleans from Memphis and back. Sure it's slower, but you can party on the way there and sleep it off on the way back, in a private room (berth?).
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