When you’re going on a trip, do you come off as nervous?
Or are you an unusually calm traveler?
When you get off a train, do you get off ahead of passengers? Or do you get off behind passengers? When you’re going on a trip, do you come off as nervous? Or are you an unusually calm traveler? How about if you make a phone call at a station, do you look around? Or do you stare straight ahead?
If you don’t know the answers to these questions, you’d better figure them out now. Because unless you get off in stride with other train passengers, live at the elusive intersection between anxiety and tranquility, and close your eyes during phone calls, you’re a suspicious person subject to questioning by Amtrak police.
According to the Guidelines for Amtrak…
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