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A ride in New York Citys subway is one you will never forget or at least I wont As I walk down the terminal looking for my track number I see the homeless lounging These less fortunate individuals are trying to stay warm and catch some sleep before they are interrupted by a police officer who kicks them out to return to the cold I smell the scent of urine in the air from the guy who couldnt wait for the restroom The sound of talent is floating in the air by a group of young adults playing their violins so beautifully it feels like a concert hall Numerous passengers including myself stop and listen in amazement as we await our departure Almost everyone who passes by throws dollars into a violin case causing it to fill up quite fast As I wait for my train to arrive a clean-cut gentleman dressed in a suit passes me He is holding a beer bottle and slurring a song that is too difficult to comprehend due to his intoxication Trying to ignore this individual I look forward to boarding the train and arriving to Madison Square Garden to see the New York Rangers beat the New Jersey Devils Seconds later I hear a howl that sounds like a stampede of wild elephants let loose I look down the tunnel to see the bright headlights of the D train light up the track The train stops the doors open and the mad rush of passengers pour out like a broken dam I enter the train and find a seat I notice the drunk from the terminal stumbling around looking for a seat There is one unoccupied next to me Hoping he is too drunk to realize this I pray he continues to stumble around and sit somewhere else Unfortunately he notices it and plops into the seat almost sitting on me The aroma coming off him smells
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