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Six Hundred People Got Stuck in GO Train Purgatory for Three Hours

Welcome to hell. There’s a scene from Seinfeld in which Elaine gets stuck on the crowded subway. Her inner monologue starts with mere annoyance—“Oh, this is great”—then quickly escalates to full-on shrieking: “It’s a nightmare! Help me! Move it!” She’s on her way to a wedding, bringing the ring, and the transit delay makes her miss the ceremony […] The post Six Hundred People Got Stuck in GO Train Purgatory for Three Hours appeared first on Torontoist.
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