Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Life on the Railway

Outside of every railway station is a small, little known, device called a brain removal unit.

It works on most members of the public as they pass through the main entrance onto the concourse or platform, causing them to approach the ticket windows or a member of staff and ask highly intelligent questions like this one that my friend and colleague Al had to write down, it was so good.

"We've just missed our train to Castle Cary. Can we get on one before the next one?"

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