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  • The Bridger is what’s known as a short-line railroad.

    Hell’s Gate

  • The Bridger is what’s known as a short-line railroad.

    Hell’s Gate

  • The Bridger is what’s known as a short-line railroad.

    Hell’s Gate

  • 'Desperate for Mobility' Although monorails have been around since the 19th century, they have mainly been short-line systems, limited to moving visitors around amusement parks or between airport terminals.

    Has the Monorail's Future Finally Arrived?

  • The businesses in attendance included a leading manufacturer of auto air fresheners that dangle from rear-view mirrors, and a short-line railroad that does 30% of its business in Australia.

    Small-Businesses Try Hand at Forex

  • This country should, and could have rail transportation to accomodate 30%-40% of our population to anywhere in the United States, Secondly, why not bring back short-line rails to inner cities.

    Jobless rate tops 12% in 5 states

  • A recent national study showed short-line railroads would lose 17% of shipping business to truckers if the federal limit was lifted to 97,000 pounds.

    Truckers Increase Call to Pull Heavier Loads on Highways

  • It gave away the EXACT co-terminus expiration date with SAG for some bullshit short-line substitute; it got us no more control of our words; it sneak-abandoned the animator and reality beanfield hands before anyone even forced it on them; it made nice so no one would think we were meanies; it let the Alliance play us like the village idiot.

    Harlan on the Writer's Strike

  • It gave away the EXACT co-terminus expiration date with SAG for some bullshit short-line substitute; it got us no more control of our words; it sneak-abandoned the animator and reality beanfield hands before anyone even forced it on them; it made nice so no one would think we were meanies; it let the Alliance play us like the village idiot.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Scott ups the ante by moving from “you” and “I”, driving a sound-based abstraction into an autobiographical elision – teasing out details in abbreviated gasps of breath, stilted sentences and short-line blerts of “cusp / munch / crunch / rump.”

    Archive 2008-08-01

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