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Coasting : Issue 4 2009
This is the third instalment of 'Commuting truths', an informative series aimed at enhancing your train travel experience. 16 Bushland Garden & Aquarium Centre 445 The Entrance Road, Erina Heights 4367 7909 Where do great Edible things Grow? THE place to go to get everything for growing your own Healthy Vegies and Herbs. We have a great range of Herbs, Vegie plants, composts, fruit trees and Organic Fertilizers. Also The best advice on how to grow your own. Home grown tastes best! c8554827-6Aug INVERSELY PROPORTIONATE: Morris Iemma could sense that he was losing the attention of his younger audience as he regaled the carriage with tales of how trains would run on time when he was Premier. Picture by Kirk Gilmour. The lateness of the train is always in direct proportion to how urgent you are to get to your destination. The noise and obnoxiousness of young passengers rises in direct proportion to the size of their private school straw boater and school fees that their parents pay. The volume of a person's voice is in inverse proportion to the interest of surrounding commuters in the subject on which they are discoursing. Proportions. It's all about proportions. If you understand that, then travelling by train makes a lot more sense. By MICHAEL DUBOIS Commuting truths
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