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The T gives no quarter: A train dies at Porter

The MBTA reports southbound delays of up to 15 minutes on the Red Line due to a train suffering a coronary at Porter Square.

Video of a train being taken out of service at Park Street, no long after, with special guest appearance by a leaking ceiling in the station.

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somewhere on the red line, possibly Harvard?

But the T never provided any public update about that. Anyone know?

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… give…. the T a quarter to ride to Porter.
And you got there faster too.
Such a deal!

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People ‘retiring’ at 41 with full pension. What could go wrong?!

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… to be free.
Not that you ever ride it but man! The prestige it would bring you, oh my!

You win a few, you lose a few.
Retire the envy and live longer, bubeleh.
Would honestly hate to see you sink into John Boy Costello Syndrome.

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I’ve hit the recommended 1000 mile break in so I can let that V10 sing all the way up to 8700 RPM. It’s no mountain bike, but man it makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up.

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What are the odds on which line comes to a complete stop in the next 48 hours?

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Very good MBTA. D minus for effort by placing the cone. Real safe. Nice and slippery just like the way you handled all the money.

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This is exactly why I'm actually going to bust the car out and drive my son's partner to work tomorrow morning, and pick them up from the station this evening.

The T cannot be trusted to function in any normal extreme, let alone the arctic barfing on us.

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