I am privileged to be born into a first world country. I am not a very hungry fifty year old watching his child starve to death.
Hawthorn is playing at the Gee tomorrow, so naturally Sister will attend and we will have Little Jo to care for. I would like to do craft, said she. Three hours of craft is too long. We will take her to the sand park and have a chino and probably some chips too. It might be more fun to take her on a rollicking train ride.
I try to keep a sense of perspective about starving children in Africa, but I often fail. But I also fail to see how this train is a first world suburban train. It is nonsense that a passenger could be injured by the rollicking train. They are well insulated from what the undercarriage does, but it does not look good and nor does it look safe. What a ripper clip though. Of course noted is that it is a single track section. How primitive. Now when is the Hurstbridge Wattle Festival? I wanna ride on this train line.