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Coasting : Issue 2 2009
10 Fall in9with red more vibrant than ever. Discover reds like never before: bolder, brighter, Join us for the Rubilane revolution... Shop 4 54 York Street, East Gosford, NSW 2250 Tel: 4325 0023 c8557313-4Jun NEW OSCAR: Train designs and timetables may change, but for Central Coast commuters there are some unchanging laws. Picture by Phillip Hearne By MICHAEL DUBOIS Commuting truths Commuting by train need not be a pain. The key to happy commuting is to know the unwritten rules of the game. This is the fi rst instalment of an informative series aimed at enhancing your train travel experience. l Bring your ideas and get our specialists to design quality custom made furniture exclusive range of furniture Furniture available: • Tassie Oak • Blackwood • Jarrah exclusive range of furnitur • Recycled Oregon • Rosewood & Pine Come and see our Come and see our FREE • Black Butt Australian Owned and Made MEASURE & QUOTE ■ In a triple seat on a Tangara, the window and the aisle seat will get fi lled fi rst, forcing the third commuter to squeeze over the top to get to the middle. On no account must the aisle sitter move across to make it easier for the third commuter to sit down. ■ Porky businessmen will always sit in a train with their legs as wide apart as possible, leaving as little room as they can for their neighbour. It’s called marking their territory. Dogs do it by peeing on trees. MADE TO ORDER MADE IN AUSTRALIA MADE TO ORDER MADE IN AUSTRALIA 166 The Entrance Road, Erina Custom Made Furniture Specialist Phone 4365 6298 c8558361-4Jun
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