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Re: You can't cure stupid

Posted by Broadway Lion on Sun Apr 14 12:54:58 2019, in response to Re: You can't cure stupid, posted by Dutchrailnut on Fri Apr 12 19:10:48 2019.

No, she squeezed under the gaate when she did not have to Traffic was well clear for several seconds before the train arrived, she could have scooted across with plenty of time to spare. She eased into the train at the last minute.

Nope this one was completely intentional.

Of course on the udder hand, she was in three lanes of traffic in her dierection, she could hardly time the traffic to arrive at that crossing with room and time to spare to squeeze under the gate. So the last imputus may have been random.

LION does not like the way that that white car ahead of her was on the tracks, HE SHOULD HAVE MOVED IS ass and his car out of there even if it meant (and it didn't) shoving another car out of the way.

LIONS like to stay well back from the grade crossings, but there is another factor that you city folk do not have. Mile Long Coal Trains. They have red and white reflectors at the bottom frame of each car. A mile of flashing red and white reflections. They are completely mesmerizing. You look at that and you have on clue as to how far you are from the train. People have driven into the side of moving trains without realizing how close they were to the train. It scares me when I approach such a crossing, especially if I am the first in line. I like to be fully stopped be fore the train enters the crossing, but sometimes you approach the crossing with the train already in it. I look at something other than the train to position mysellf on my side of the gate, and then I put the vehicle in park, and can watch the flashing reflections and enjoy the mesmerizing effect without worry.



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