Amtrak's happy customers

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From NBC Chicago:

Arriving almost 24 hours behind schedule, Amtrak's California Zephyr arrived in Chicago with a trainload of passengers who described themselves as "tired, hungry and stinky." . . .

Possibly the government will now pass a regulation for trains (just like they did for planes) regarding about how long you can be stuck on the train. (This is a joke.)



Blogger Unknown said...

A regulation? Utter nonsense. If you're stuck in a snowdrift in the middle of nowhere, what will the regulation say to do? Force people off the train and into the snow covered cornfield? Or, perhaps levy huge fines on Amtrak, which is basically the government charging itself?

1/10/2010 9:40 AM  

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