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  • Tom Meier
    Well, of course the song ends at and flagged the train. That s supposed to be the funny part, that the red shirts, when he coughed them up, flagged the train
    Message 1 of 12 , May 15, 2013
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      Well, of course the song ends at "and flagged the train."

      That's supposed to be the funny part, that the red shirts, when he coughed
      them up, flagged the train and saved his life.

      Don't people nowadays know that when the train is "flagged", it stops?



      -Tom Meier

      Fairfax, etc.



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    • Dick Johnson
      Tom Meier wrote: Don t people nowadays know that when the train is flagged , it stops? . . . . . . . . . .| Most people nowadays don t know much about
      Message 2 of 12 , May 15, 2013
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        Tom Meier wrote:

        "Don't people nowadays know that when the train is "flagged", it stops?"

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        Most people 'nowadays' don't know much about trains at all - especially ones
        that you could 'flag' down. < G > As a matter of fact, there is a museum in
        Ft Dodge, Iowa, that displays a non-powered scale model of an old steam
        locomotive with a sign that says "Early ELECTRIC train." They once displayed
        an odd shaped rock with what appeared to be two eye sockets, a 'nose', and
        a small chin. They tagged it as "A Petrified Baby's Skull."
        Some museum!

        Dick Johnson
        Great Falls, MT




        -----Original Message-----
        From: Tom Meier <harmonytom@...>
        To: bbshop <bbshop@yahoogroups.com>
        Sent: Wed, May 15, 2013 7:26 am
        Subject: [bbshop] Re: Bill Grogan's Goat






        Well, of course the song ends at "and flagged the train."

        That's supposed to be the funny part, that the red shirts, when he coughed
        them up, flagged the train and saved his life.

        Don't people nowadays know that when the train is "flagged", it stops?

        -Tom Meier

        Fairfax, etc.

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