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Topic: Trains

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    1. When stopped at a rail-road crossing why is it that the less time you have until your appointment the longer the train? (Contributed by Jim Adams)
    2. Is there a reason people look to the left and then to the right down the same track when waiting at a train station? Do they expect to see two trains heading towards each other on the same track? (Contributed by Jerome)
    3. How come when we're approaching a railroad track and we can see clearly that there is no train coming and the guy in front of us has already stopped and looked both ways so we know there is no train but when we come to a stop we always look both ways as if a train has somehow like a speeding bullet zoomed down the track and is just waiting to get us? (Contributed by Shelby Hobbs)
    4. Wouldn't you like to see a railroad engineer waiting for a funeral procession of 120 slow moving cars to pass before HE can back out of HIS driveway? (Contributed by Jack Craig)
    5. Have you ever wondered that even if you are on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there? (Contributed by The Duke of Endor)
    6. If you could jump high enough for long enough on a moving train, would the train move without you? (Contributed by Jay)
    7. Why do we get ON a bus or train but get INTO a car or truck? (Contributed by T.M.)
    8. If they develop a supersonic train, will they give it a whistle? (Contributed by T.M.)
    9. Do they sell gum on a chew-chew train? (Contributed by Joe)
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