Perspectives on where our world is heading from a vantage point in Denver, Colorado.
I noticed the same thing, too -- I'm glad bloggers are highlighting it (since I gave up my blog in 2005-2006).That's a mighty libertarian comment you made.
Oh, and for a topical comment -- there's no way WMATA can tolerate losing 25% of its rolling stock. That would put it back in the days of 2001-2002 when I was riding it frequently and it had four-car trains instead of today's eight-car trains. It was more crowded than Tokyo's subway, which I've also ridden. The way I used to get on the train was I held my briefcase in front of my pelvis and just walked in to the train jammed with people, one foot in front of the other.
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