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In New York -- whose subway trains in particular have been tattooed with an energy to put our own rude practitioners to shame -- not an inch of free space is spared except that of advertisements . Even the most chronically dispossessed appear prepared to endorse the legitimacy of the haves.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
English literature is a kind of training in social ethics. English trains you to handle a body of information in a way that is conducive to action.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
If men were equally at risk from this condition -- if they knew their bellies might swell as if they were suffering from end-stage cirrhosis, that they would have to go nearly a year without a stiff drink, a cigarette, or even an aspirin, that they would be subject to fainting spells and unable to fight their way onto commuter trains -- then I am sure that pregnancy would be classified as a sexually transmitted disease and abortions would be no more controversial than emergency appendectomies.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Towns are full of people, houses full of tenants, hotels full of guests, trains full of travelers, cafs full of customers, parks full of promenaders, consulting-rooms of famous doctors full of patients, theatres full of spectators, and beaches full of bathers. What previously was, in general, no problem, now begins to be an everyday one, namely, to find room.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
She who makes her husband and her children happy, who reclaims the one from vice, and trains up the other to virtue, is a much greater character than the ladies described in romance, whose whole occupation is to murder mankind with shafts from their quiver or their eyes.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Education at school continues what has been done at home: it crystallizes the optical illusion, consolidates it with book learning, theoretically legitimizes the traditional trash and trains the children to know without understanding and to accept denominations for definitions. Astray in his conceptions, entangled in words, man loses the flair for truth, the taste for nature. What a powerful intellect must you possess, to be suspicious of this moral carbon dioxide and with your head swimming already, to hurl yourself out of it into the fresh air, with which, into the bargain, everyone round is trying to scare you!More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The habit of saving is itself an education. It fosters every virtue, teaches self-denial, cultivates the sense of order, trains to forethought, and so broadens the mind.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The complaint about modern steel furniture, modern glass houses, modern red bars and modern streamlined trains and cars is that all these objets modernize, while adequate and amusing in themselves, tend to make the people who use them look dated. It is an honest criticism. The human race has done nothing much about changing its own appearance to conform to the form and texture of its appurtenances.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Nothing gives me as much pleasure as travelling. I love getting on trains and boats and planes.More [04/06/2006 12:04:00]
Oh, the Irish were building the railroads down through Mexico, through Chihuahua. They finished the railroads when they finished out in the West Coast, and they went down and put the trains into Mexico.More [06/07/2006 12:06:00]
[Steel is threatening to kill Miguel for his accidentally releasing a zombie. Sarah trains her machine gun on Steel]
Sarah: Let him go, goddamn it! Or I'll cut you in half!More [08/20/2007 12:08:00]
John Keating: We don't read and write poetry because it's cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for. To quote from Whitman, "O me! O life!... of the questions of these recurring; of the endless trains of the faithless... of cities filled with the foolish; what good amid these, O me, O life?" Answer. That you are here - that life exists, and identity; that the powerful play goes on and you may contribute a verse. That the powerful play *goes on* and you may contribute a verse. What will your verse be?More [08/22/2007 12:08:00]
Shoeless Joe Jackson: Man, I did love this game. I'd have played for food money. It was the game... The sounds, the smells. Did you ever hold a ball or a glove to your face?
Ray Kinsella: Yeah.
Shoeless Joe Jackson: I used to love travelling on the trains from town to town. The hotels... brass spittoons in the lobbies, brass beds in the rooms. It was the crowd, rising to their feet when the ball was hit deep. Shoot, I'd play for nothing!More [11/05/2007 12:11:00]
Col. Porter E. Alexander: We've been firing for a good while now, sir. It's apparent now that the Federals nor we will gain a clear advantage in this business. If we continue to expel our ammunition at this rate, we might endanger our ability to support the advance.
Lt. Gen. James Longstreet: Did you not have enough ordinance when this was begun?
Col. Porter E. Alexander: Federal fire compelled us to move the artillery train farther to the rear, sir. It's taken us longer to refill the capsules. Sir, we must slow down our fire now, or we will have to cut back on the guns sent in to support the infantry.
Lt. Gen. James Longstreet: Damn! I'm going to have to order general Picket to hault his attack until these guns can be replaced!
Col. Porter Alexander: Sir, the trains have little ammunition, it would take an hour to replace it. In the meantime, the enemy would improve on the time. The longer we delay, the more time the Federals have to strengthen their own line. And even if we recovered more supplies from the ordinance train, how much more damage could we inflict on them than they on us? They're bringing in fresh batteries as quickly as they drive them off!
Lt. Gen. James Longstreet: Just get some more ammunition and keep it hot! I cannot send in Picket's division or the others, until we clear some of those guns off that ridge!More [12/12/2007 12:12:00]
Max Landsberger: Since the 1984 oil discovery in New Guinea, we have sold the Bu!kais hill tribesmen 20 of our S-24 fighters. At $21 million per unit, that's $252 million. This has started a local arms race between the Bu!kais, and their local neighbors the Kla!klalas. Now the Kla!klalas also happen to be sitting an a large amount of oil. And now the Kla!klalas want to buy 20 of our new Slash X-Ray Ultra Pursuit fighters for a total of $480 million.
Pete Helmes: What are the chances of war between them?
Bob Nixon: Very good sir. Our spare parts replacement contracts could be very lucrative.
Pete Helmes: Who trains their flight personnel?
Max Landsberger: Well, as near as we can assess it... well, they don't actually fly the planes. They sort of roll them down hills, crashing them into each other.
Scott Dantley: Personally, I think that it's a shameful waste of incredible kill power.
Pete Helmes: Make the deal.
Bob Nixon, Scott Dantley: Absolutely.More [02/17/2008 12:02:00]
You can involve yourself in electronics, computers, puzzles... there's a lot of creativity and brain working. There's a lot to model trains that people don't realize.More [07/28/2008 12:07:00]
Jerry Day:
Do you wish we were settled down and this was our kid?



Toni Carstairs Day:
Do you?



Jerry Day:
No.



Toni Carstairs Day:
I don't think I do, either, but I wish we wanted to.



Jerry Day:
You're tired of chasing trains and all that?

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Jerry Day:
You aren't talking about Penny. You're talking about yourself.



Toni Carstairs Day:
That isn't so.



Jerry Day:
Stop lying, Toni. It doesn't become you, either. I took you out of a good home and into a life like this.



Toni Carstairs Day:
You didn't take me. I wanted to go.



Jerry Day:
And instead of a decent husband, I gave you a guy who chases trains and deals in phony goldmines.

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Toni Carstairs Day:
If I want you, I'll have to take you as you are. I don't like it, Jerry, but I've been without you for a long time and I like that less. I know what I want and I don't get it, so I'm gonna do the next best thing. I'm gonna sell goldmines and chase trains with you for as long as you want me. If the trains wind up in rather ugly places, that's all right, too. We'll both be there togehter.



Jerry Day:
Well, that wins. I guess I'm gonna get a job now. I guess I'll be anything you want, Toni, if you love me that much.

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Jerry Day:
Toni, don't get one thing wrong. I still love you.



Toni Carstairs Day:
You don't need to say anything because there isn't anything left to say. If you'd even told me - but lying. You've lost your size, Jerry, and I could never chase trains with a little man.



Jerry Day:
Toni, I do love you.



Toni Carstairs Day:
That's very sweet, but I'm afraid we've missed the train.

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Second Train Conductor:
Tickets, please.



Bridget 'Brig' Hilton:
Conductor, can't we do anything to get this train going?



Second Train Conductor:
I wish we could, but those supply trains have the right-of-way.



Bridget 'Brig' Hilton:
But we're going to meet my Pop! He's in the Army, and if this train is late, we may not see him before he leaves!



Second Train Conductor:
Don't you think those tanks had better get through if you want him to come back?

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Aunt Matilda Reed:
Have you any idea how many toy trains are wrecked by fathers on Christmas Day, and how difficult it is to work a railroad system if one is over 10 years old?

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[first lines]


[opening narration]



Bill Stockton:
My brother Larry had written from Los Angeles - which was just a dusty pueblo in those days. He said that California was a land of vivid contrasts; great snow-capped mountains and broad fertile valleys, where Mexican and newly arrived American settlers lived in peace and friendship. This seemed mighty good to me - I wanted to see it all from those mountains clear down to the broad blue waters of the Pacific. Then Larry's next letter arrived. It wasn't a very pleasant letter. It told of outlaws who were sweeping Southern California; burning, looting, murdering without rhyme or reason. A holocaust created by some madmen bent on obliterating that paradise. Gold was discovered. Men sought it and sweated and toiled for long weeks and months, only to have their ore trains ambushed and ruthlessly attacked. A towering cliff in Tahoma was blasted, engulfing the smelter below with a tragic loss of life. The dam that supplied the water for the placer mines in Los Flores Canyon was blown up, diverting the waters into Soledad Canyon rendering the sluice boxes useless. At first I thought that maybe Larry had exaggerated things a mite. But I learned different later when I discovered something I hadn't figured on. Something that stabbed deep inside like the thrust of a Navajo lance.

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Mike Bennett:
Gee, trains are wonderful, especially at night. They're like big, long snakes with lighted skins. And they whistle and smoke and rattle. Boy, they're somethin'.

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Daffy Duck:
Life is bitter for I am a sitter and put little kiddies to bed. While I tuck the sheet around their feet, they're busy slappin' my head. They throw their trains and rattle my brains; my head is full of dents. No wonder I'm sour; goes on by the hour! And each hour I earn fifty cents.

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Narrator:
Ah, it is morning, and all the trains are fast asleep. All except Casey's. His train is slow asleep.

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Resistance leader:
Right after dawn, all switching tracks and trains in the area will be bombed. The art train is not to be destroyed. Orders are to mark it so that the planes will pass it up.



Labiche:
Mark it!



Resistance leader:
White paint, on the top of the first three cars. London has decided the paintings must not be damaged.



Labiche:
Paint it? For von Waldheim-- make him a present? To hell with London! We started this whole thing for one reason: to stop the train, because the Allies were going to be here! Well, where are they? Every day they've been due, and every day a man has been killed for thinking they were just over the next hill. I say to hell with them. Now they want us to paint the train? Let 'em blow it up!



Didont:
Paul, it'd be too bad, if it got blown up... that is, if it could be saved. Papa Boule, Pesquet, the others... they wanted it saved.



Labiche:
And they're dead. And they'll never know!



Didont:
But we will.

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[opening narration]



narrator (opening sequence only):
Into the West came many men. Some were good men and some were bad men. Some were good men with some bad in them and some were bad men with some good in them. This is the story of two pretty good bad men. Hannibal Heyes and Kid Curry. Together these gentlemen substantially altered the course of America's frontier. They did a lot to change railroad schedules, too. And in all the trains and banks they robbed, they never shot anyone. This made our two latter-day Robin Hoods very popular... with everyone but the railroads and the banks. Because unlike Robin Hood, Hannibal Heyes and Kid Curry robbed from the rich and kept the money for themselves. It was a good life. But times were changing. Safes were getting better. Posses were getting bigger. Sheriffs were getting smarter. And modern communications made it only a matter of time 'til they would be captured, and maybe even killed.

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[first lines for first season's episodes]


[narrator speaks over scenes of Heyes and Curry committing various robberies]



Narrator:
Hannibal Heyes and Kid Curry - the two most successful outlaws in the history of the West. And in all the trains and banks they robbed, they never shot anyone. This made our two latter-day Robin Hoods very popular - with everyone but the railroads and the banks.


[cut to scene of posse in hot pursuit of Heyes and Curry]



Jed 'Kid' Curry:
There's one we thing we gotta get, Heyes.



Hannibal Heyes:
What's that?



Jed 'Kid' Curry:
Out of this business!


[cut to meeting between Heyes, Curry and Sheriff Trevors]



Sheriff Lom Trevors:
The governor can't come flat out and give you amnesty now. First you have to prove you deserve it.



Hannibal Heyes:
Ah. So all we have to do is just stay out of trouble till the governor figures we deserve amnesty.



Jed 'Kid' Curry:
In the mean time, we'll still be wanted.



Sheriff Lom Trevors:
Well, that's true. Till then only you, me and the Governor will know about it. It'll be our little secret.


[cut to scene where another posse is in hot pursuit of Heyes and Curry]



Hannibal Heyes:
I sure wish the governor'd let a few more people in on our secret!

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Lt. Garber:
Inspector Daniels? She's moving, sir.



Inspector Daniels:
Who's moving?



Lt. Garber:
What's the matter with everybody? How many hijacked trains have we got around here, anyway?

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Dr. James Kelloway:
Okay, here it is. I have to start by saying that if there was any other way, if there was even a slight chance of another alternative, I would give anything not to be here with you now. Anything. Bru, how long have we known each other? Sixteen years. That's how long. Sixteen years. You should have seen yourself then. You looked like you just walked out of a Wheaties box. And me, all sweaty palm and deadly serious. I told everybody about this dream I had of conquering the new frontier, and they all looked at me like I was nuts. You looked at me and said, "yes." I remember when you told me Kay was pregnant. We went out and got crocked. I remember when Charles was born. We went out and got crocked again. The two of us. Captain Terrific and the Mad Doctor, talking about reaching the stars, and the bartender telling us maybe we'd had enough. Sixteen years. And then Armstrong stepped out on the Moon, and we cried. We were so proud. Willis, you and Walker, you came in about then. Both bright and talented wise-asses, looked at me in my wash-and-wear shirt carrying on this hot love affair with my slide-rule, and even you were caught up in what we'd done. I remember when Glenn made his first orbit in Mercury, they put up television sets in Grand Central Station, and tens of thousands of people missed their trains to watch. You know, when Apollo 17 landed on the Moon, people were calling up the networks and bitching because reruns of I Love Lucy were cancelled. Reruns, for Christ's sake! I could understand if it was the new Lucy show. After all, what's a walk on the Moon? But reruns! Oh, geez! And then suddenly everybody started talking about how much everything cost. Was it really worth twenty billion to go to another planet? What about cancer? What about the slums? How much does it cost? How much does any dream cost, for Christ's sake? Since when is there an accountant for ideas? You know who was at the launch today? Not the President. The Vice-President, that's who. The Vice-President and his plump wife. The President was busy. He's not busy. He's just a little bit scared. He sat there two months ago and put his feet up on Woodrow Wilson's desk, and he said, "Jim. Make it good. Congress is on my back. They're looking for a reason to cancel the program. We can't afford another screw-up. Make it good. You have my every good wish." His every good wish! I got his sanctimonious Vice President! That's what I got! So, there we are. After all those hopes and ll that dreaming, he sits there, with those flags behind his chair, and tells me we can't afford a screw-up. And guess what! We had a screw-up! A first-class, bona-fide, made-in-America screw-up! The good people from Con-Amalgamate delivered a life-support system cheap enough so they could make a profit on the deal. Works out fine for everybody. Con-Amalgamate makes money. We have our life-support system. Everything's peachy. Except they made a little bit too much profit. We found out two months ago it won't work. You guys would all be dead in three weeks. It's as simple as that. So, all I have to do is report that and scrub the mission. Congress has its excuse, the President still has his desk, and we have no more program. What's sixteen years? Your actual drop in the bucket! All right. That's the end of the speech. Now, we're getting to what they call the moment of truth. Come with me. I want to show you something.

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Governer Jerry Haskins:
A lonely breed... hard men, proud men... not too proud to cry or shed a tear. The living embodiment of the American cowboy tradition. Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here today to honor this great native American son who gave his life for a cause so vital to us all, like so many great Americans before him had. As you can see, these truckers are going to start passing, paying their respects to their lost comrade, the Rubber Duck, in their Macks, their Jimmies, K-Whoppers, Fruitliners, garbage trucks, dump trucks and even limousines... Truckers all! From the covered wagons and trains to the 18-wheelers that keep this country alive... This controlled individualism made this cause so vital that I promise to take it to Washington and present it to the Senate myself.

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Crow T. Robot:
Sorry, I was with... Mmm. Alright uh, okay. "A Christmas Editorial" by Crow T. Robot. Uh, I know I already said that. Um, okay. What's the big deal with Santa's elves, anyway? What happens to all those dumb, wooden trains and horses and cars? No... ever kid gets 'em. These are the kind of toys Grandma drags out at Christmas to decorate the house, which smells like her feet no matter how much Essence of Yuletide Lightbulb Rain Wash she uses. Uh, but I digress. Um, uh... No, these are the real misfit toys. They end up in Marshall Fields window displays and F.A.O. Schwarz catalogs or in overpriced little gift shops in Vermont or Door County, Wisconsin. Ahem. My, my message is for the elves. Gentlemen, what is the problem? Why don't we ever see you in front of a circuit board loading microchips into a Segavision with your little wooden hammers? Elf labor short? The good people of Macow are eager to take your prototypes and turn them into 100,000 knock-offs. Elves and Santa, take an example from the Keeblers. Now there's some fairies who know how to market! In closing uh, step out of the legend days, fellas, and join the century of the Pacific. Oh, and uh, Merry Christmas.

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Mark Rumsfield:
That really burns my ass.



Bonnie Rumsfield:
What?



Mark Rumsfield:
That old fart. He's got the best lawn on the block. And you know why? Because he trains his dog to crap in my yard.

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DI Frank Burkin:
How'd the interview go?



DCI Jane Tennison:
E D Williams is a 35 year old with history of a mental disorder who has a passion for watching trains at *Euston* station. Now either Sergeant Otley need his friggin' head seen to or he's sending me on a wild goose chase around London!

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Woman:
I started riding these trains in the forties. Those days a man would give up their seat for a woman. Now we're liberated and we have to stand.



Elaine:
It's ironic.



Woman:
What's ironic?



Elaine:
This, that we've come all this way, we have made all this progress, but you know, we've lost the little things, the niceties.



Woman:
No, I mean what does "ironic" mean?

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Gomez:
[playing with his trains and furiously contemplating things] "How do you take it off"? That's absurd! That finger trap was a party favor at his tenth birthday!

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Gomez:
[playing with his trains and praying to God] Spirits above me, give me a sign. Shall I be joyous... or shall I be damned?

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[first lines]



Natalie:
You're late.



Richard:
Sorry, it was unavoidable, trains on Sunday, you know what they're like.



Natalie:
Unavoidable? I don't believe it. I've eaten all the food.



Richard:
You've eaten all the food? Now that's serious.

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Lena Svensson:
[after Gustav has said that Linas boyfriend is violent] For God sake Gustav. He trains judo and that is a sport.



Gustav Svensson:
Sport? That's not a sport. In a sport you use a ball!

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The Sphinx:
He who questions training only trains himself at asking questions.

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[a train passes and Gin appears on the opposite platform]



Mac:
How did you do it?



Gin:
I jumped trains mid-station. When the train slowed down I just... It was perfect.



Mac:
Was it now?



Gin:
[starts walking along the platform] You know what, Mac? I don't want to hold the record alone.



Mac:
No?



Gin:
I need your help on another job.



Mac:
Wow. The crown jewels or something?



Gin:
[smiling] No! Come on! Too easy.

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Lucky:
I know you're smart, Spot, but how do you handle pressure? Solve this simple word problem in say, thirty seconds.



Spot:
Ah-ha, no problem! Two trains are heading toward each other, one at twenty-five miles an hour and the other at forty. They're fifty miles apart and getting closer on the same track, but with no time to throw the switch, they collide, head on. All aboard perish and it's all my fault!



Lucky:
Next.

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Tigger:
Where's the propeller?



Rabbit:
Tigger, trains don't have propellers. Although it does seem to be missing its rudder.

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Martine Love:
I know you, Terry. And I know your mates. You've always been looking for the big score. The one that makes sense of everything. I have it for you.



Terry Leather:
What?



Martine Love:
A bank.



Terry Leather:
A bank, as in rob? How would you know about a bank?



Martine Love:
I've been seeing this guy, runs his own business - security systems. Next month they're installing new alarms in a bank in Marylebone. Seems like the trains have been setting off the tremble alarms in the vault, and so they've had to turn them off. So for a week or so, they won't have any.



Terry Leather:
Now why would he tell you all this?



Martine Love:
We were having a laugh about it. Imagine if half the villains in London knew about this, he said. And I thought, I know half the villains in London. I grew up with some of them.

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Jack Bauer:
[while holding a gun at Sherek, locked in the interrogation room, Jack turns a table over] You are gonna tell me.


[shouts]



Jack Bauer:
What is happening at eight o'clock?



Erin Driscoll:
[over audio] Holster your weapon! Jack! I said holster your weapon!



Erin Driscoll:
[Jack shoots Sherek in the kneecap as Sherek screams out in pain. Erin watches, gasping, turns to Sarah] Call Medical.



Jack Bauer:
[Jack starts to move around Sherek, as he still trains his gun on him] What is your primary objective?



Erin Driscoll:
I'll order Security to shoot you if I have to!



Ronnie Lobell:
[to security agents] Get that door open!



Jack Bauer:
[Jack's gun is now pointed at Sherek's other knee cap] *What* is your primary objective?



Thomas Sherek:
[Sherek is still trying to resist, but can't] Secretary of Defense!



Erin Driscoll:
[softly] Heller.



Jack Bauer:
Secretary Heller?



Thomas Sherek:
[in pain] Yes.



Jack Bauer:
Secretary Heller's the target, call Secret Service now!

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Gideon:
Don't have much luck with trains do you?



Caleb:
You just made your second mistake.



Gideon:
Oh really? What was my first mistake?



Caleb:
Letting me live!

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Gideon:
Don't have much luck with trains do you?



Caleb:
You just made your second mistake. You stuck around!



Gideon:
Oh really? What was my first mistake?



Caleb:
Letting me live!

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Schemer:
J.B. King Esquire. Exalted head of the Indian Valley Railroad. My favorite. Can I talk to you a second? I understand that you are on the committee that's going to pick Santa's helper for the holiday pageant. Then I feel it is my duty to inform you about some flaw's in my opponent's character.



J.B. King:
Flaws in Miss Jones' character?



Schemer:
Did you know that she trains rats?



J.B. King:
She trains rats? Why?



Schemer:
Why? Um... To steal cheese! To steal cheese! Because she is so fond of cheese sandwiches, see? Now that is something to consider when you're voting on who should be Santa's helper. After all, do you want a rat training, cheese theif? Or somebody who's honest and wholesome and good and cute? Someone like, me for instance?

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Amber Cole:
Thank God for the model trains, you know? If they didn't have the model trains they wouldn't have gotten the idea for the big trains.

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Religion is the masterpiece of the art of animal training, for it trains people as to how they shall think.More [07/07/2011 03:07:22]
In complex trains of thought signs are indispensable.More [08/01/2011 11:08:45]
As the true object of education is not to render the pupil the mere copy of his preceptor, it is rather to be rejoiced in, than lamented, that various reading should lead him into new trains of thinking. More [08/19/2011 09:08:14]
I hitchhiked, took trucks 'n' trains - anything that would pick me up. I stopped in Memphis for about six months and they found me and come got me. Stayed about a month an' split again.More [08/29/2011 05:08:33]
Everyone else trains just as hard as well and that there really is no such a thing as overnight success.More [10/13/2011 11:10:57]
The Leadership Training Institute of America trains and equips young men and women to be leaders with high standards of personal morality and integrity.More [10/25/2011 01:10:18]
I don't travel by airplane. I mean that because when my wife, my kids and I travel on trains or boats, we meet a lot of people and we talk to them.More [02/21/2012 02:02:02]
We go back like PA's and wearing PJ's. Now we reach the peakage, running trains for three days.More [06/05/2012 12:06:43]
Fast trains exist where there is slow trains are.More [08/04/2016 10:08:34]
The first trip I remember taking was on the train from Virginia up to New York City, watching the summertime countryside rolling past the window. They used white linen tablecloths in the dining car in those days, and real silver. I love trains to this day. Maybe that was the beginning of my fixation with leisurely modes of travel.More [03/12/2018 02:03:32]

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