< ^ txtMon Apr 25 07:38:50 EDT 2016 Slept from around ten to seven. Mostly sunny. High of seventy-two. Chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. Goals: Work: - Review invoices Done. - EC2 instance No. - Cancel Tyner phone lines Done. - Review Wheezy LTS notes Done. Fifteen minute walk at lunch. Also went to Meijer to buy hummus, pitas, and apples; I've been getting hungry at lunch. Home: - B/X encounter analysis Yeah, did some work on the Ruby script. Internet was out when I got home. A couple of contractors were rebuilding the demarc. Service restored by eight. http://www.wtol.com/story/31800557/coroner-ohio-woman-killed-by-train-while-investigating-louisville-myth?clienttype=generic&sf24966017=1 "LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - An Ohio woman walking on an old but still active railroad trestle in east Louisville was apparently investigating a local urban legend with her boyfriend when she was hit and killed by a train, a deputy coroner said Sunday." "Arnold said Bain and her boyfriend were visiting Louisville to take a "haunted" tour of the Waverly Hills Sanitorium. Before their tour started, they heard about the "Pope Lick Monster" myth. Curious, the two made their way up to the train tracks when the train surprised them, the man told the coroner. The man said that the two realized they couldn't make it to the end of the trestle so they decided to hang off the sides, but Bain couldn't move fast enough." "Many thrill-seekers mistakenly think the trestle is no longer in use, author and historian David Domine told WAVE 3 News for a story in 2014. They are drawn by stories of a creature - half-goat and half-man - that tricks people into climbing onto the trestle." ...a creature --- half-goat and half-man --- THAT TRICKS PEOPLE INTO CLIMBING ONTO THE TRESTLE!
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