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    • Donna the train rider
    • 28.12.10 | 16:33 (IST)

    I get stuck on the 6:25 from Netanya every morning and I wish I wasn't. These old machines need to go. I believe these were Spanish, but the newer ones in the fleet are Canadian (made in Germany) and German, with windows that can be punched out. The old ones have no car-to-car sliding doors and poor A/C, making most rides an uncomfortable one. PS "Tony Silver" get a life, you misery. Have you nothing better to do with your sad sad day than punch out anti-Israel comments about things that have nothing to do with politics? It's a desperate attempt to be noticed, I suppose.

    from the article: Israel train fire survivors: Why did we have to force our way out?
    First published 14:05 28.12.10 | Last updated 14:05 28.12.10
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