Penn Station uptown train platform, commuter coming off C train.
The C and the E stop on my platform. The A train is on the center platform - it is an express train, making fewer stops. The closest it comes to my office is 59th Street, Columbus Circle. You can enter Central Park there.
At Penn Station they distribute free newspapers, barely thirty pages long they are more than half ads and the rest contains the shortest news articles imaginable, imagine seventy words on the current Egyptian crisis.
This commuter was getting one right next to where I had my BB. It is a darker area near a favorite tunnel to the A train token booth,
Like cattle on the old black and white TV show, "Rawhide." Clint Eastwood started his career there.
Yesterday the LIRR ran on a weekday on a weekend schedule - meaning one train an hour. They charged regular fares. When trains showed up in stations closer to the Manhattan they were already packed - you could not get in and had to wait an hour.
There had been an ice storm - I stayed home because our car was covered in a sheet of ice and it was raining so I could not use the hair drier to thaw one door.
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