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I traveled by train all the way to Florida from Rhode Island once.  24
hours straight it took man and I swore I would never do it again. 
40-50 people per car and basically one bathroom per car.  Come morning
time man, the lines for the bathrooms stretched out of the cars. 
Screw that, I could have flown and made it in 3 hours. Plus it's
easier for the gov't to stop trains and search them, I'd rather go
with the flight.




---Chip Mefford <[email protected]> wrote:
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> Where possible, 
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> fuk a bunch of airlines anyway.
> 
> Travel by train is a lot more enjoyable, relaxing, fun.
> Folks that travel by train could fly, but would
> preferr to enjoy the ride, cause it ain't no cheaper, 
> 
> except, !!
> 
> you can pay with cash and show no id and go
> where you would like in the lower 48.
> 
> anonymously.
> 
> On Tue, 27 Oct 1998, Anonymous wrote:
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> > At 02:43 PM 10/26/98 -0400, Robert A. Costner wrote:
> > >At 01:15 PM 10/26/98 -0500, Duncan Frissell wrote:
> > >>9.  "I do not posses any government-issued photo ID and thus
cannot travel
> > >>to the location stated in the subpoena. 
> > >
> > >ROTFLMAO...
> > >
> > >This last one is too funny to not use.  I don't have a subpoena,
but I can
> > >just see myself writing back explaining this and requesting
assistance with
> > >a plane flight to solve this problem.
> > 
> > Actually you don't need state id to fly, legally.  But the
airlines will
> > hassle you and not put your bags aboard til you are.  There
> > are references on the net to flying without state id.
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==
Ogre bounces like sonar. . .Peace.
                  Ogre

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