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How I Get Out of the House in Just 20 Minutes Every Morning

I have two trains I can take to work, and they are 30 minutes apart. The walk to the train is 10 minutes; the ride itself, assuming nothing breaks down, which it usually does, is 45; and then the walk from the train, after you've pushed your way off the train and through the station, is 24. On an absolutely perfect day, when the sun is shining and every commuter exhibits stellar decorum, I can get door to door in one hour and 19 minutes.
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