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(CityLab)   Texas company to replicate Japanese transportation system with 200-mph bullet train line connecting Dallas and Houston in hassle-free 90-minute trip   ( divider line
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1897 clicks; posted to Geek » on 20 Jun 2014 at 7:50 AM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2014-06-20 08:39:01 AM  
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HawgWild: Why in the name of all holy would you want to go to Houston?!

Because you were in Dallas.
2014-06-20 08:05:49 AM  
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What's wrong with just driving from Dallas to Houston?

hahahaha  yeah, ok, I'm trolling.
2014-06-20 08:00:06 AM  
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Since it's Texas they will strip all of the safety devices out for cost and rely on prayer to keep the trains safe.
2014-06-20 07:45:06 AM  
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Connecting Dallas and Houston? Wait a minute, they're connecting two places where people actually live? An actual practical use for a high-speed rail line? Are they even allowed to do that?

I thought high-speed rail was only essential infrastructure if it cost $100 billion and connected Bakersfield and Bumfark.
2014-06-20 05:30:03 AM  
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Trance750: Ore you can just hop on Southwest Airlines and beat the train by 45 minutes

I can tell you don't fly much.

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