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Devil's Advocate

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I hope it doesn't turn into the next "Never Ending TP" thread! :eek:
I must have missed that one, fill me in!
As disgusting as it sounds on the surface I do feel like I missed something with how much post-mortem attention that thread still receives. You think anybody will remember any of my own threads this long after they've been locked? For better or worse the TP thread really seems to have left its mark on some folks. :p
 

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I hope it doesn't turn into the next "Never Ending TP" thread! :eek:
I must have missed that one, fill me in!
As disgusting as it sounds on the surface I do feel like I missed something with how much post-mortem attention that thread still receives. You think anybody will remember any of my own threads this long after they've been locked? For better or worse the TP thread really seems to have left its mark on some folks. :p
Your "Name That Station" Thread is the Longest One Ever on AU IINM??? (But the TP thread is a Memorable One for Sure! :help: )
 

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Anyway so there is what appears to be a rule number 2106d, if it is my next question is does it actually say that in a rule book somewhere? Unlikely, I know, but hilarious if true.
 

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Anyway so there is what appears to be a rule number 2106d, if it is my next question is does it actually say that in a rule book somewhere? Unlikely, I know, but hilarious if true.
Yes, these are actual safety rules, printed weekly on these sheets to keep employees thinking "safety".

Years ago, managers used to jump on trains and the first thing out of their mouth was " what is today's safety rule?"
 

ALC Rail Writer

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Anyway so there is what appears to be a rule number 2106d, if it is my next question is does it actually say that in a rule book somewhere? Unlikely, I know, but hilarious if true.
Yes, these are actual safety rules, printed weekly on these sheets to keep employees thinking "safety".

Years ago, managers used to jump on trains and the first thing out of their mouth was " what is today's safety rule?"
Yes I know what they are, my question was is the one in question written as it is there or is that the typo of the manager/staffer who whipped this week's one together?
 
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