Daily Archives: May 16, 2010

Coffeehouse observation No. 130

There’s an attractive black woman at the next table in a study group with two nerdy guys. She’s fairly busty and apparently doesn’t mind showing her study buddies – and much of the coffeehouse – her deep cleavage. … Some days are more aesthetically pleasing than other days at the coffeehouse.

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Coffeehouse observation No. 129

A guy just asked one of the coffeehouse servers “is the Internet broken.” I’m struggling to decide if that annoys me or if I find it prophetic. … In reality, I believe he was having a problem pay-to-use computers at the coffeehouse.

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Riding the rail in Maine

If you’re going to visit Maine, but only the very southern tip, you might take note of the following information. It comes from today’s trivia question on DownEast.com.

Where in the world would you find a cable car from Dunedin, New Zealand?

Answer:

At the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport. Founded in 1939, the museum has more than 250 vehicles and is the largest museum of mass transit and electric street trolleys in the world.

This looks like fun, actually, and I wouldn’t mind making this a part of my next visit to Maine. Here is a link to the museum’s website: http://www.trolleymuseum.org/

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