Category Archives: Feet on the Seat


Each day this week, to commemorate our fifth birthday, Trainjotting is publishing memorable posts from the past, grouped under a specific Seven Deadly Sin. Today‚Äôs sin is Greed. Previously ran April 2010. So widespread is the practice of New Yorkers … Continue reading

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More Feet, More Agony

Back on the rails today for the first time in over a week, thanks to a few work-from-homes sandwiched around my annual trip to Vegas. (Two thoughts about Vegas: the monorail remains a very underrated way to cruise the Strip … Continue reading

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Agony of the Feet

I’ve got mixed emotions about bare feet on the train. Actually, they’re not really mixed. I’m against the concept. Frankly, I can’t imagine that the relief of being freed from the shackles of my shoes would outweigh the self-consciousness I’d … Continue reading

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The Effing Agony of the Feet

MyEffingCommute figured he was all done blogging about his miserable Metro-North commute, when suddenly a pair of feet–in fact, a pair of a pair of feet–popped up on the seats across the aisle. These were not just any feet. Effing … Continue reading

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