Several strangers have found themselves together in a train station,
Homeless Girl: We’re all dead.
Lawyer: That can’t be true. I think I’d remember if I just died.
Businessman: After you die, you go to a subway station That’s ridiculous.
Lawyer: Your family needed money to get by, and you took care of that, I assume. What you did was honorable.
Businesswoman: You don’t get it, do you? You must not have kids.
Peter Tarsi. Tracks, Dramatic Publishing, 2006, pp. 16-19.
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