If you're aboard one of the white Mark II SkyTrains, no matter how busy it is there's one seat in each car that will usually be one of the last to be taken; the back-end seat, with an inspiring view of the other car. I'll admit, I can understand why people would think sitting there by choice is a bit off - you've got nothing to look at but the person in the next car.
Unless, of course, nobody's sitting in the equivalent seat in the next car. Which means you get to look at the interior of the next car. Inspiring, no?
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Open the pod bay doors, Hal.ReplyDelete