Imagine waiting at this rr crossing.
The train carrying iron from Zouerate to the coast at Nouadhibou, is probably the world’s longest train. Normally its length is as much as 3 kilometres. The whole journey takes around 12 hours, where almost 700 kilometres are covered.
Problems with the people downstairs:
One night, I came home to find the first in a series of notes slipped under my door. Small writing filled both sides of a sheet of loose leaf paper. I didnâ€™t know what to make of it. The note began, â€œDear Neighbor. When you arrive late every night, you are probably concentrating on your chores and donâ€™t realize that this building, this street, the traffic, the people are all very still, very quiet.â€ The care and craftsmanship that went into writing this note was beyond anything Iâ€™d ever heard of from an angry neighbor. I continued reading.
Christ on a Doggy Door is now my new slogan.
That’s what a Yucaipa family is wondering after an image they say resembles Jesus Christ appeared on the plastic flap of their pet door — days before they were to get rid of their two unruly canines.
“I’m probably not going to become a born-again evangelist, but I cannot deny that I think there was a spirit of redemption at work,” said Roger Bowman, 41. “I don’t know, maybe the dogs will save somebody in our swimming pool one day.”
The image combines dirt, claw marks and a manufacturer’s logo to form what — when backlit and viewed from the right angle — looks something like the long-haired, bearded Jesus the faithful see in the Shroud of Turin.
A confessional for mistakes people have made.
(via The Daily Drip)