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Re: PC: T Shirts - Never Mind -Reply

I used "ConRail" rather than "Conrail", because that was the spelling

immediately after Penn Central ceased operations as a railroad, 

though, as you pointed out, "Conrail" is used today.  Secondly and 

seriously, please correct me on "what makes up a freight train".

>Date: Tue, 06 Oct 1998 09:59:50 -0500
>From: Jim Homoki <JHOMOKI -AT- mbakercorp.com>
>To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
>Subject: PC: T Shirts - Never Mind -Reply
>Reply-To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
>I found your post on T Shirts to be different, interesting, and
>potentially enlightening - that is why I responded right away.
>The only things  I found more surprising than me being the only
>one with a PC T Shirt was how fast list members can get off
>topic, and how one person can sidetrack a good thread.  By the
>way, James Koo, Conrail hasn't been spelled "ConRail" for 22 years.
>Your opinions on what makes up a freight train never were in
>date, and are way out of touch.  I've had enough of this T Shirt
>thread too.  (Bad Pun Intended)
>>>>  10/06/98 09:20am >>>
>Please disregard my previous message on T Shirt suggestions. I know
>someone that makes rail T Shirts, and I was going to point out that he
>hasn't produced anything PC. I didn't know it was going to cause 
>people to get their undies in a twist, so I'll just drop the project.
>Please drop the thread.
>Bryan Turner

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