trains

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My fellow passengers were sleeping or working on laptops or reading through stacks of papers

I calculated the time I had spent commuting so far today, and thought about how long it will take to get home tonight.

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It was here, on the U7 line, that I saw her: the Celine Dion busker

She only ever sings that one song, to the same backing track.

The Two Greens, Part 2

To achieve a transformation adequate to the scale of planetary catastrophe, we will need to stop having firms that are ruled by profit.

The Two Greens, Part I

The economy, the environment, John Maynard Keynes, and why we’re never gonna get a sweet train, sorry.

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We swam south through green fields and rolling hills

We made a list of all the things we didn’t know: when was the Bronze Age, and what’s steel made of, anyway?

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The Bar, The Phone, and The Train

This was exactly the soapbox I had wanted for almost as long as I'd been riding Amtrak, my chance to speak to the people about our national rail.

Those Who Love Me[rle] Can Take the Train

The author takes a ride through history with old friends, new friends, and a beloved pet.

The SMART Train

Who doesn’t want to drink wine and stare out a window?